In episode 61, we find ourselves coincidentally breaking into the same museum on the same night as all the other thieves in town! Who gets what treasure? Time to play Collectors and Capers to find out.
Now listen here, buck-o. There ain’t enough gold in this here town for the two of us…No, really! In Claim: The Search for the Gold Nugget, players attempt to be the one with the Gold Nugget card in either their hand or Secret Stash, thus winning the game.
In episode 48, we time warp back to ancient Egypt to win the affections of Pharaoh in a new game from Eagle Gryphon Games called Heir to the Pharaoh. A very nice two player game that lasts about 45 minutes to an hour. Interested in adding Heir to the Pharaoh to your collection?
In episode 43, we get a little shady in a 2-4 player game called Dodgy Dealers. Players will attempt to be the first to collect four genuine paintings made by their contracted artist. However, players are shopping around in the black market, and not every painting is as real as it seems. Avoid the forged paintings, and trust no one!
In episode 37, we check out a 2-4 player bluffing card game called Outlawed! Players compete to be the best deputy applicant by rounding up the most valued outlaws, and the one to do so will be awarded the title of new deputy of Bandit Bluff!
In episode 34, I check out the really fun social deduction game Get Adler! It’s the 1930’s London and secret Intelligence documents have gone missing, and so has Agent Adler. Figure out who Agent Adler is and stop him from escaping with the documents in this fun 4-6 player game.
In episode 21 I got the chance to get my hands on a prototype game hitting Kickstarters February 15, House of Borgia by Talon Strikes Studio and Gamelyn Games. The game plays 2-6 players and involves bluffing, dice rolling, and sometimes guessing.
This week’s game I am going to check is Welcome to the Dungeon by Iello (originally Dungeon of Mandom by Oink), a 2-4 player press-your-luck, bluffing microgame.