Episode 176 – If you like Century: Spice Road, Try…

With the recent release of Century: Eastern Wonders, new attention is being paid to the gateway series of games from Plan B Games and Emerson Matsuuchi. To celebrate, this week we’re looking at six games you might like if you already like Spice Road, the first entry in the series.

Before we dive into that, we talk about gaming guilty pleasures in our question of the week – some of the games we play and love regardless of BGG rating.

We then dive into Acquisition Disorders with Anthony discussing Starship Samurai and Chris delving into Tang Garden from ThunderGryph Games and Folded Space, a new game insert Kickstarter campaign.

At the table this week, Anthony looks at Coimbra, a new one from Eggertspiel we had a chance to pick up at Origins, and Chris reviews Round House from Emperor S4 and Deep Water Games.

Finally, we dive into the six games you might want to try if you’re a fan of Spice Road.

  • Question of the Week: 9:35
  • Acquisition Disorders: 14:35
  • Coimbra Review: 27:30
  • Round House Review: 38:52
  • If You Like Century: Spice Road, Try…: 45:35

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  • Anthony lives and plays games in Philadelphia, PA. A lover of complex strategy, two-player war games, and area control, Anthony is always eager to try a new game, even if he's on rule-reading duty.

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