The State of Games, Episode 22 – The One About Two Pairs

Sometimes when you’re gaming, it’s better to be sitting back with an easy pair than dealing with cleaning up after a full house – if you know what we’re saying; and if you listen to this podcast you’ll certainly get the reference. So grab your significant other, pour a glass of your house finest and let The State of Games bring you closer together. You’re welcome.

Links to games mentioned on the podcast:

Time’s Up: Title Recall


7 Wonders



King of Tokyo

Mr. Jack

Twilight Struggle

Confusion: Espionage and Deception in the Cold War




Hey, That’s My Fish!


Defenders of the Realm

Forbidden Island





Caveman Curling



VivaJava: The Coffee Game (Soon to be on Kickstarter!)

Carnival (It’s here, and ready for you to enjoy!)


And, finally:

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3 Responses to “The State of Games, Episode 22 – The One About Two Pairs”
  1. Shawn Purtell says:

    For the record, Chronicle is 3-6,so I wasn’t completely off!

  2. geraldkw says:

    Just for the record. Under the normal rules of Time’s Up Title Recall, you can’t hum or sing music. Of course groups can do whatever they want and have fun with it, but I think leaving out music makes the game focus more on the words and gestures.

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