Tonight I review Murder of Crows; it’s another publication of Atlas Games (that also made Cults Across America),and it’s a great “carry game”. Card deck sized, easy to pocket, 2 player version is fun, quick, and scales easily up to 5 players. What’s not to like?

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Murder of Crows
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A diary day, but a fun one! We took Gracie to Discovery Place Science in downtown…er, Uptown Charlotte (gotta get the nomenclature correct!), and a good time was had by all!

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Happy Monday! Today is a diary entry, and a quick one to boot. It’s late, I’m tired, and we’re taking Gracie to Discovery Place tomorrow! I probably should get some sleep.

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Tonight I review Onitama; it’s another quick game (15-20m), based off of chess, but constrained in ways that make it both interesting and fun to play. Definitely something we enjoy!

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Onitama (BGG)
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Tonight I review Twilight Squabble; a quick (10-15m) card-based bluff game inspired by one of the greatest wargames of all time, Twilight Struggle. It’s fast, fun, and great for 2 players, though it’s best if you have the background from the more complex game.

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Twilight Squabble (BGG)
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Tonight I talk about Unspeakable Words, a Cthulhu Mythos flavored word game (ie, Scrabble…ish). Make words, roll for Sanity loss, and hope that you don’t go insane!! It’s pretty fun, and works for all party sizes from 2 to 6.

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Unspeakable Words (Boardgame Geek)
Unspeakable Words (Amazon)

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Well, I had not planned on doing this, but I wax nostalgic on Episode 200 as I clicked my way through links on my website. So here’s a walk through the past of this podcast…yay for 200! And thanks to all my DDOP friends, both fellow podcasters and everyone just listening, for making it such a big part of my life!

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KAZ Episode 1: kenzoid.com page (Internet Archive audio link)
KAZ Episode 33 (start of DDOP): kenzoid.com page (includes link to audio)
Episode 1 of Walking to *$ (it was actually uploaded to IA in March of 2005, but I think it was recorded in 2004…oh yes, it’s terrible!)

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Tonight I review Cults Across America, a Cthulhu Mythos-based “beer and pretzels wargame” that I *thoroughly* enjoy! 2-6 players, and pretty much the more the merrier!

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Cults Across America at Amazon (at least today)
Cults Across America at Atlas Games

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