Episode 184 – 5 Years and Counting!

Wait, what? Five years already? Dang, time flies.

That’s what this episode is all about as we take a look back at the last year of the podcast with our favorites from 2017-18, but also at the last five years and what we’ve been able to accomplish in that time. Join us for four new reviews, a bevy of good games we’re excited to play soon, and some of our favorite stuff from recent episodes.

To kick things off, we asked the listeners our question of the week, “What already published Kickstarted game would you like to see have a NEW Kickstarter campaign with reprints, expansions, and new content?”

Next up, for our acquisition disorders, we looked at a pair of upcoming Essen releases, starting with Anthony’s interest in Cuzco, a new spin on the Mask Trilogy classic – Java. Chris then looks at Caverna: The Forgotten Folk, the new races and player powers coming to Caverna this fall. 

For our At The Table reviews this week, we have four games, including Swordcrafters and Rise of Tribes from Anthony and Mastery of the Galaxy and Trickerion from Chris. 

Finally, we look at our favorite stuff from the last year, including our top acquisition disorders, at the table reviews, and features from the last 50 episodes. 

  • Question of the Week: 12:00
  • Acquisition Disorders: 15:56
  • Swordcrafters Review: 21:25
  • Rise of Tribes Review: 28:24
  • Master of the Galaxy Review: 34:44
  • Trickerion Review: 42:42
  • Top Acquisition Disorders from Year 5: 50:42
  • Top At The Table Reviews from Year 5: 58:40
  • Top Features from Year 5: 1:04:14
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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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