The annual BooBQ event at Marty’s happened and we got not only our feedbags on, but we also got some gaming on. We were able to play the new edition of Arkham Horror. If you have never have played Arkham, recommend that you do, but find someone that knows how to play to teach you and doesn’t add house rules. The rules are tough to get through the first time, but worth the reward. The game can be really intense at times, especially when things might hinge on the balance of a dice roll here and there. Overall, a great gaming experience and a must have in the coop collection.
We also got to play Shadows: Amsterdam, which was excited to play after seeing it at Gen Con. I really enjoy Mysterium and Codenames and, in my opinion, this is a smash-up of both games. If you enjoy the real-time mechanic in a board game, then you need to try this game when it comes out. Extraordinary Adventures: Pirates is a light racing game that is currently on Kickstarter and has funded. This will be one game where you can introduce people to the deck building mechanic without it being so in their face and the main focus. Do want to correct something that was said in the podcast because I smashed up the names of their previous games. Forbidden Games has produced Railroad Rivals and Raccoon Tycoon and I completely ran the two together. Sorry about that.
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|Push Up Challenge||10:43|
|Arkham Horror: 3rd Edition||34:13|
|The Broken Token||1:00:05|