The judges select the winner of this year's Tabletop Deathmatch!
The judges play the final game, Aguirre! Max likes the illustrations but finds problems with the design,[…]
Today on Tabletop Deathmatch, the judges meet Skiptrace. They discuss the realism of being paid to tickle[…]
Today, a bunch of people from the game industry play a game that makes fun of the game industry. Paul[…]
Rodney wonders if the storytelling and mechanics will conflict. Luke wants the game to have more tension.
This week, the judges play Brewin' USA! Luke is concerned with the lack of depth. Shari loves the theme and[…]
Today, the judges find out who is the best Bad Detective! Max has some design issues with the game, Shari[…]
The judges play Charm City Blues! Annalisa is intrigued by the noire genre, but Mike thinks the turns[…]
And now for the judging! For the first time, our panel of expert judges playtest Knight Shift, the card[…]
Meet Bryce Journey and his Euro-style board game, Aguirre. Possibly the most intense subject of all of the[…]
Skiptrace is a roleplaying game about agents vying for the same position in a dire economy. We'll talk to[…]
Today we'll meet the next finalist, game designer Thomas Gallecier, at his home in Topeka, Kansas. Shut Up[…]
The Siblings Trouble is a light, card-driven adventure RPG about finding the mysterious places in your own[…]
Adam Rehberg drank somewhere 50 - 70 beers while preparing today's game, Brewin' USA.
Bad Detectives is a storytelling game about murder and gross ineptitude. We?ll meet designer Zach Barton in[…]
Charm City Blues is a crime-noire game from Baltimore with a story and background that grabbed the judges'[…]
Meet Jasmine Davis and Pete Butler, the creators of Knight Shift. Knight Shift a lighthearted card game[…]