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Review – King of the Creepies by IDW Games

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Spencer and Lara Williams take a look at King of the Creepies, from IDW Games and designed by Jon Cohn. Description from the publisher: In King of the Creepies, up to six players try to build their ultimate teams by collecting creepie cards and outfitting them with gear and special… Read more »

5 Awesome Things About Podcasting

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Today, September 7th, 2017, marks the first anniversary of The Married with Board Games Podcast. Check out this post when we announced the show! The year really has flown by, and as I began to think about everything that happened in the last year, I figured it made for a… Read more »

Episode #25 – Changing Tastes in Gaming

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Episode 25 includes reviews of Seikatsu from IDW Games, Zoo Ball from Osprey Games, and Flash Point: Fire Rescue from Indie Boards and Cards. Our latest Board Game Trailer segment explores a heart wrenching betrayal at a creepy house on a hill. And then we have a discussion about how… Read more »

Episode #22 – Top Five Games Played at Dice Tower Con 2017

A summary of what's in episode 22, Top 5 Games Played at Dice Tower Con.

In episode 22, we’re back from Dice Tower Con! We kick things off with reviews of Purrrlock Holmes: Furriarty’s Trail from IDW Games, Kerala from Thames and Kosmos, and The Lost Expedition from Osprey Games. Spencer brings a quirky new Rule Book Mad Libs Segment featuring Potion Explosion. And then we… Read more »

Review – Near and Far Basic Game

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Spencer and Lara review the latest from Red Raven Games, Near and Far! The game is designed and illustrated by Ryan Laukat. Description from the publisher: Four wanderers search for the Last Ruin, a city that legends say contains an artifact that will grant the greatest desires of the heart…. Read more »

Review – VENOM Assault

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Spencer and Lara review VENOM Assault from Spyglass Games. The game was designed by Jeff Arbough, Michael Knight and Dave Ploense with artwork by Phil Cho, Roberto Garcia and Roger Bonet Martinez. Description from the publisher: In the year 2050 the United Nations made a startling discovery that changed the course of… Read more »