This month had us recruiting rogues and wizards (or as I affectionately call them, “wizzies”) in an effort to be the most dominant Lord of Waterdeep. This back stabby worker placement has been getting a ton of play in our game group and deservedly so.
If wizzies aren’t your thing then you might enjoy our free flowing discussion of games like Terraforming Mars, Race for the Galaxy, Round Up, Scythe and Saltlands. Or, if you’re out there listening (and I know that you are), and you’re someone who gets tickled pink at the idea of building and managing a deck of cards full of spells, swords and skeletons in an effort to destroy THUNDERSTONE bearers, then you’ve come to the right place. Thunderstone Advance holds a near and dear place in my heart, right next to the spaces reserved for my family, books and breakfast. I credit Thunderstone for being the game that showed me that board games could be as immersive and thematic as my favourite type of video games – fantasy RPGs. Well, Thunderstone Advance is about to be retired into my own personal Hall of Fame as the new iteration of the franchise, Thunderstone Quest, enters my life. This isn’t goodbye Thunderstone Advance, it’s just, so long. You shan’t be forgotten. Aw, man. I’m getting tears all over my typewriter. I gotta go.
Thunderstone Advance holds a near and dear place in my heart, right next to the spaces reserved for my family, books and breakfast.
The In Between is the show between the show. For Everyday Meeple’s “regular” episodes, we decided to hone in and choose ONE particular game that we’ve been digging, have a big chat about it and pair it with some relevant media, like, similarly themed books, music, video games, etc. This show allows us to talk about all of the other games we’ve been playing “in between.”
*The Secret Order of the Rolling Duck is not responsible for your time and/or energy spent attempting to “figure it all out” by listening to three friends blather on about board games for an hour.