This is a special episode. It’s special because, for the first time ever, we have a guest for the second time. This has happened in the RPG podcast, but not in the boardgame one.
But first things first. Mark, Lorien and myself give you some quick reviews of some games, Start Trek, Cave Evil and others get a mention after we’ve been playing them, and if you needed to know if you want these games or not, you might be interested in what we have to say.
We are also joined by the creator of Sentinels of the Multiverse, Christopher Badell and Richard Launius, the creator of so many games that I run out of hands to count too quickly to remember them all. Suffice to say they tend to be pretty amazing games.
Christopher and Richard have worked together to bring the new expansion of the game, Infernal Relics, which has received more than $100.000. And with the pedigree the comes with both the original game, and the design skills of Mr. Launius, this new expansion is extremely promising. So get pre-ordering the game in your local game store to make sure you don’t miss out on it!
Of course, let’s not forget that the UK Games Expo is coming up very soon and a ton of really cool events will be taking place. From celebrities signing autographs and doing Q&A sessions, to demos of new games, old games, game design panels and much, much more.
Kenny Baker (R2D2) will be there, Ian Livingstone and Steve Jackson, Ben Counter, and more. Artists, authors galore for you to meet and talk to face to face. This is indeed one not to miss!
Mark also gives us more information about Ace of Spies and when we’ll be able to see it in Kickstarter again. Which is sooner than you think!
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