Tuesday. The work week's second step. We're all hopefully back up to speed and ready to keep on truckin'. At least, I am. My Monday was busy, but productive (we've all had busy days where it seems like we got nowhere. Yesterday wasn't one of them). Plus, I had a second Loco Moco for lunch. Those are really good and I've got enough to make 2 more if I want. But, this isn't a cooking show. It's a "get you some podcasts" post. Let's get to it.
Today on the dial we have: Game Classy Episode 213: Point costs; Tabletop Talk Episode 83: Gaming Round Table: Parenting, Kids and Gaming; The Offline Gamer Episode 53: June/July Meeple Mail; The Secret Cabal Episode 211: Newton, Pipeline and Games That Fired Other Games; and Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 203: Scooby Doo Betrayal at Mystery Mansion, Succulent, HABA Games, Top 5 Portal Games.
The world’s best worst gaming podcast. Covering the tabletop spectrum, the classy hosts have a ton of cool interesting information that they usually never get to.
Join Craig and his guests, Keith Suderman and Sarah-Anne Lahaie, as they discuss being parents that game, introducing and raising kids who game, and how to introduce gaming to kids.
It's time for another episode of Meeple Mail, where we take a dive into our inbox to see what we've been sent over the past few weeks.
Hey Now Cabalists! Today we get right down to business talking about some great games including In Too Deep, Marvel Champions, Castles of Burgundy: The Dice Game, Jungle Cruise, Dead Reckoning, Stockpile, The Dwarves, and Project Winter. Then we dive in deep with an overview and review of Newton from Cranio Creations and give a Look Back of Pipeline from Capstone Games. Then finally we discuss games that fired other games.
The virus has once again hurt our opportunity to get together and vacation. It is hard to find a location to sit down and play a game during the week. Most places close early and you hate to take up a seat at a place to eat when they need the business. Some places are even limiting the time so they can turn customers over.
Therefore, Vanessa is back and she is sitting down with Marty to talk about the games you see in the image. Amazing what people will do when locked away in a cabin in the mountains of NC and want to get out. That is right, Marty was on vacation and had the family playing games. What a bunch of troopers.
We also rank our favorite Portal games, curious what yours might be. So head over to our BGG guild and let us know. Also, if you want to check out our stupidity, go watch our attempt to host during Portal Con on youTube.