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Episode 60 — The Obfuscation of Feigned Complexity

Episode 60 — The Obfuscation of Feigned Complexity

Aquasphere_0001You asked for it, and you got it. We take a deep look at Deus in this episode, a game that has¬†divided our opinions like no other before it and quite possibly none that will come after. And then we go deeper, exploring the depths of Stefan Feld’s oceanic research labs in Aquasphere, because we all live in some sort of colorful submarine. With robots. And Crystals. And a laser barrier between us and our point salad.

TIMES:

06:45 Deus (review)
42:25 Aquasphere (review / impressions)

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Episode 51 — The Amplification of Luck and Chaos

Episode 51 — The Amplification of Luck and Chaos

Chinatown_0001We’re a little low-key early on in this one, but there’s nothing like Feld mechanics to raise the temperature of a discussion. Come along to a quiet little city on the Zwin. Or even better, join us for some Dim Sum in 1960s New York City.

TIMESCAPES

03:05 — When Things Go Bad #2
06:50 — Jim plays Uwe, WHA????
21:38 — Temporum, a brief note
24:45 — Setup? This is about setup???
28:45 — The Feld Throwdown begins
30:30 — Featuring the Bruges Expansion (review)
53:05 — Expansions?
60:45 — Chinatown (review)
76:10 — Age of Steam
83:00 — Lethargy Incorporated

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Episode 3 – Trains vs. Bruges: Oh It’s On!

Episode 3 – Trains vs. Bruges: Oh It’s On!

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Do you like deck builders or point salad games?

We take a look at two of this year’s filler games that have a little more fullness than a filler. ¬†As the argument develops as to which of these games is deserving of your time and money, we also try to determine whether or not each of these games should be classified as filler.

We might even come up with a new term while we’re at it.

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