Episode 224 – If You Like Suburbia, Try…

We’re back with another “if you like” feature this week, this time looking at Suburbia and six games you might be interested in if you’re a big fan of the city building modern classic.

To kick things off, we have some announcements on the Patreon contest front. Be sure to head over to Patreon.com/bga to learn more about the changes.

For our question of the week, this week, we asked the listeners “How do you decide which games to queue up for the next game night? Hotness? Time since last play? Something else?”

For our acquisition disorders, Anthony looks at Terra Mystica: Merchants of the Sea, and Chris looks at Neom. 

At the table, Anthony reviews a trio of small games, with Krass Kariert, Just One and Werewords, and Chris reviews Escape Plan, the newest game from Vital Lacerda and Eagle Gryphon Games.

Finally, in our feature, we dig into the six games you might like if you’re a fan of Suburbia.

  • Question of the Week: 8:02
  • Acquisition Disorders: 11:48
  • Krass Kariert Review: 17:04
  • Just One Review: 20:14
  • Werewords Review: 21:57
  • Escape Plan Review: 23:46
  • If You Like Suburbia, Try…: 30:16
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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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