The State of Games, Ep. 116: The One About Exceptions that Make the Rule

stateofgameslogonewIf we’ve learned one thing over the years, it’s that not all games are for all people. We all have individual tastes in types of games that we like, and often times will steer clear of other games of those same types down the road. This podcast is all about those little gems that have surprised us over the years, made us rethink why we never liked these types of games in the first place, and that we’re eager to share now with all of you dear listeners.


 

oracleImportant things mentioned on the podcast

Unpub Network

Spires

Yspahan

The Oracle of Delphi

Great Western Trail

Flamme Rouge

The Last Friday

Adrenaline

Pit

Reverse Charades

Eldritch Horror

Scythe

DC Deckbuilding

Salmon Run

Survive

Can’t Stop

Fauna

Compounded

Timeline

Power Grid

Metropolys

Medici

Werewolf

Dixit

Kreo

Spartacus

Coup

Run, Fight, or Die

Karuba

Cthulhu Rising

Zombie Dice

Rialto

Dungeon Busters

Warehouse 51

The Duke

Le Havre

 

Kickstarters:

Spires

Cobras

Lazer Ryderz

Dracula’s Feast

Problem Picnic

 

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One Response to “The State of Games, Ep. 116: The One About Exceptions that Make the Rule”
  1. Lee says:

    Good topic idea, TC. Wish I’d thought of that. ;)
    Darrell, I hope things go well for you and your family over the next few months. Your voice will be missed.
    I, too, dislike traditional roll-and-move games with one exception – Frontier-6. That’s a good old one worth seeking out to play. Darrell, I’d recommend playing Hoity Toity for blind bidding if you haven’t already. I was surprised how much I liked that game. Chris and Jessica, I found it funny you hate Rialto because it’s a top 5 Feld for me (Notre Dame is probably my favorite.)

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