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The end of the year is nigh, and it's time to buy gifts for all of your favorite gamers. No problem, we have your back! Check out the annual BGA Holiday Gift Guide, with 20 games to match every gamer on your list. If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersanonymous), Twitter (http://twitter.com/bgapodca…
 
It's that time again - let's look at the hottest games on BGG and try to figure out why they're hot! This month, we're skipping around the top 50 to share what's hot, why, and whether you should care. First up, though, is our question of the week! What are underrated games, hidden gems, and special experiences that would make gifts this year? Acqui…
 
Anthony's out of town this week, so Chris has some questions! More specifically, the listeners have questions and Chris has answers. Enjoy a rundown of a series of board game industry questions answered by Chris. If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersanonymous), Twitter (http://twitter.com/bgapodcas…
 
350! Another big round number on the board, and that means it's time for one of our very special episodes - this time our top 20 listeners' games of all time. Thank you to everyone who submitted as part of our contest. Winners will be announced on the next episode. First up, though, is our question of the week:…
 
This week we're looking at one of the most famous books of the 20th century and its impact on board games dating back almost 50 years: Dune. First up, though, is our new contest - share your top 10 games of all time for a chance to win one in our Listeners' Top 20 Games contest: https://forms.gle/DudbkyCLfe8qPz1w5 Acquisition Disorders: Senjutsu: B…
 
There's a little show you may have heard of: Squid Game. This week we're looking at games you might like try if you're a fan of the show, or if you want to have a good fight with your friends, without the mortal fear part. First up, though, is our question of the week: Who is your board game rival/archnemesis? Acquisition Disorders: Grove, spielbox…
 
It's time to talk Essen Spiel! The big one with all the new games is here, so what games are hot on BGG's preview list, which games are we eager to see and hear more about, and how do we get them! This week we take a look. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's your go-to travel board game (for flying, trains, hotel rooms, etc.)? At …
 
Have you noticed Kickstarter is a little crazy of late? It's true! These things are absolutely ridiculous. We talk about it. First up, though, is our question of the week: Are kickstarters too expensive? Acquisition Disorders: Shinkansen: Zero Kei, Don't Go in There At the Tablet: Concordia Digital Edition If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect wit…
 
You notice how Kickstarter is kind of out of control lately? So do we. This week, Anthony does his best to talk Chris out of backing the Masters of the Universe kickstarter campaign. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game that you came out of nowhere and you played way more than you expected? Acquisition Disorders: Eastern Emp…
 
Gen Con has come and gone, but what games were the hottest? We talk about the convention (that we didn't make it to), and the games worth playing out of it. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game you've never played without the expansion(s)? Are there any that you'd never go back on? Acquisition Disorders: Origins First Builde…
 
Gen Con is this week and while we're not attending for the first time in 7 years, we're keeping a close eye on goings on, including our reactions to the Fantasy Flight In-Flight Report. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's the best game by your favorite designer and why? Acquisition Disorders: Azul Queen's Garden, 7 Wonders Archite…
 
Our trip through the board gaming metaverse continues as we discuss...board gaming! Our thoughts on the hobby, our background in it, and our goals for the future. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's the best game you can set up and teach in less than 15 minutes? Acquisition Disorders: Solar Sphere, Mint Mini Game At the Table Revi…
 
This week's episode of BGA is a special one in which we get a little bit meta, a little bit reflective, and a whole lot transparent about the show, how it came about, and what we think of our current format and the goal of each segment of the show. Join us for the conversation as we consider what comes next for BGA - We want your feedback! So be su…
 
This week we’re looking at the current BGG hotness as we wrap up August and move into September. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's your biggest disappointment (in terms of game releases) of 2021 thus far? We also look at the Zenobia Award Finalists, recently announced as part of a year-long competition to find the next great his…
 
Eight years! How did time pass so quickly? It's once again time for our annual anniversary special in which we look at the last year, including our favorite segments of the last ~50+ shows. First up, though, is our question of the week: As we get into the latter part of the summer, what is your favorite game release of 2021 thus far? Favorite Acqui…
 
This week we’re taking questions and feedback from the community. Thank you to everyone who provided insights, feedback, questions, and more for our annual episode discussing all the things you all want to talk about. First up, though, is our question of the week: Yay or nay on playmats? If yay, which ones add the most to their game? Acquisition Di…
 
This week we’re closing out our two-week Olympic Games specials, focusing on the best games that are based on a real-world sport. Join us for a discussion of the games that draw directly on their namesake sports as we name the gold, silver, and bronze winners. If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersa…
 
This week we're opening up our two-week Olympic Games specials, starting with the best games named specifically for a country. Join us for a discussion of the games that draw directly on their namesake countries as we name the gold, silver, and bronze winners. If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/boardgamersa…
 
This week we’re looking at the current BGG hotness as we wrap up July and move into August. First up, though, is our question of the week: What games have the biggest gap between the promise of the cover and the mechanics in the box (e.g. any game with plants being as cutthroat as possible)? Acquisition Disorders: Dice Miner, On Mars: Alien Invasio…
 
This week we’re discussing all the winners of the 2020 Dice Tower Awards, plus a couple of big reviews of recent releases. First up, though, is our question of the week: What board game sequel would you like to see announced next? Acquisition Disorders: 1947: the decline of an Empire, the birth of a Nation, Spire's End: Hildegard At the Table Revie…
 
This week we’re discussing the BGG Hotness for July - the top 15 games currently on Board Game Geek, why they are there, and why you should care. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's your prized "board gaming" possession? Something rare and out of print, the first game you bought, something you've painted or blinged out, or somethi…
 
This week we’re discussing the 10 best games to play outside as the summer months warm-up and the parks and backyards become viable gaming spaces. Due to some technical issues, our episode is a bit shorter than normal as well, so we've included a special bonus from one of our retired Bonus episodes: Games from around the world. We hope you enjoy! F…
 
This week, Anthony is out of town, so we're bringing you a very special episode, featuring the first episodes of both Chris's and Anthony's walkthrough of their collections, previously released as Patreon bonus exclusives for backers. Enjoy our rundown of the first 20 or so games in our collections each. If you haven’t yet, be sure to connect with …
 
This week we’re the best games you can play to teach specific mechanics that are common in board games. Some are gateway games, some are not, but all are mechanically sound ways to teach someone how a certain type of game works. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a video game mechanic or concept you'd like to say migrate to board…
 
This week we’re discussing a recent Polygon article discussing how Kickstarter is killing the traditional board game expansion. Read the full article here: https://www.polygon.com/22458363/crowdfunding-is-killing-board-game-expansions-opinion First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game for which you legitimately want a giant, $300 …
 
This week we’re discussing the fifteen hottest games on Board Game Geek, what got them there and whether you should pay attention to them in the weeks to come. First up, though, is our question of the week: With news that Chip Theory Games is making an Elder Scrolls game, what's a publisher/designer + IP combination you'd like to see? Acquisition D…
 
This week we’re discussing the recently announced nominees for the 2021 Spiel des Jahres awards - all three categories and the recommendations. How good is this year's list? First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game that, regardless of preferences or mechanics, every board gamer should play at least once in their life? Acquisitio…
 
This week we’re discussing the big new Kickstarter that just hit, Mosaic: A Story of Civilization, and why we shouldn't back it. If you're interested in learning more about the game (and why Anthony is super out), check it out. First up, though, is our question of the week: What criteria do you use to cull your collection and how often do you do it…
 
This week we’re discussing the winners of the 15th Golden Geek Awards. Which games won, didn't win, and probably should have one (in our completely scientific, not at all biased opinions)? First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game that everyone else dragged or ignored that you absolutely adore, and of course, the most important q…
 
This week we’re discussing the biggest and hottest games out there with the BGG Hotness's top 15 games going into May. First up, though, is our question of the week: What game in your collection would you be happy to see a reprint or second edition for and why? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: The Initiative, CANVAS: Reflecti…
 
This week we’re discussing how to control that uncontrollable itch to back the next big thing on Kickstarter. Can we do it? Find out in this week's episode! First up, though, is our question of the week: What classic family game deserves the big Kickstarter treatment? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: It's a Wonderful Kingdom,…
 
This week we’re discussing the top board games about animals, featuring animals. What games show our animal friends in a positive, fun light? First up, though, is our question of the week: What's the best designed, most aesthetically pleasing game board in the hobby? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Hippocrates, AuZtralia Big…
 
This week we’re discussing what we plan to do when we go back and out to play games again with our local gaming groups. What will that look like and what precautions will we be taking? First up, though, is our question of the week: Tell me what your favorite game is, without telling me what your favorite game is? On the show this week, we cover: Ac…
 
This week we’re looking at the hotness from BGG through the end of March 2021. Which games are buzzing right now and more importantly, why? First up, though, is our question of the week: If you could have any miniature game painted by a professional for free which would it be? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Factory Funner, …
 
It’s that time again. We’re back with our biggest and best episodes of the year – March Gamer Madness! This year, we’re looking at solo games, so we’ve picked 64 of the best games out there, with help from the 1-Player Guild’s People Choice Top 200 list on Board Game Geek. Joining us this week is Liz Davidson from Beyond Solitaire and a contributor…
 
It's that time again. We're back with our biggest and best episodes of the year - March Gamer Madness! This year, we're looking at solo games, so we've picked 64 of the best games out there, with help from the 1-Player Guild's People Choice Top 200 list on Board Game Geek. Joining us this week is Jason Perez from Shelf Stories, and one time host of…
 
This week we’re looking at the biggest, unweildiest board game boxes out there and why they're only getting bigger. Do these games get played? (hint: not so much). First up, though, is our question of the week: What game is elevated the most by adding an expansion in? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Everdell: Newleaf, Mistwo…
 
This week we’re looking at the hottest (and hardest to find) commodity in board gaming - Stardew Valley: The Board Game - and a few games you might also like if you can't get your hand on this one. First up, though, is our question of the week: Are there any recently released board games (2019-21) that killed off older games in your collection? On …
 
This week we’re looking at Amazon's list of top selling board games to see what's moving and shaking outside of the hobby space. First up, though, is our question of the week: What older euro would most benefit from a big, expansive Kickstarter relaunch? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Red Rising, After the Empire At the Tab…
 
This week we’re looking at some of the best games of all time from Uwe Rosenberg and creating our Ultimate Uwe Tier List. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's the best game with polyominos? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Roote: The Marauder Expansion, Clinic Deluxe: The 2nd and 3rd Extensions At the Table: …
 
This week we're looking at some of the game systems that failed in recent years that we wish had found a way to succeed. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's a game or game system that was cut short or canceled by its publisher that you wish would come back? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Tinner's Trail, Ju…
 
This week we're joined by good friend of the show, Andrew Parks, designer of the upcoming Core Worlds: Empires, hitting Kickstarter next week. We talk about his games, some recent plays and go into the BGG hotness for January. First up, though, is our question of the week: What's your limit for number of hours playing a single game? On the show thi…
 
This week we’re looking at the Top 10 “The Card Game”s from board gaming – games that take the core ideas and mechanics from larger board games…and make a card game out of it! First up, though, is our question of the week: Is there a game you play with ALL of the expansions? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Terraforming Mars:…
 
This week we’re looking at the top 10 "The Dice Game"s from board gaming - games that take the core ideas and mechanics form larger board games...and add dice! First up, though, is our question of the week: Are you participating in any board game challenges this year? If so, what's on tap? On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Nus…
 
It's a new year! And that means a whole bunch of new games on the horizon to look forward to. This week, we're diving into more than 50 upcoming releases that we're excited to see in 2021. Join us for a rundown of everything we already know is coming out this year (and there will be more!) First up, though, is our question of the week: What game re…
 
Whelp, it's over! In many ways, that's the nicest thing we can say about 2020. But let's not be too hasty. While board gamers have weathered a year without conventions, game groups, and many delays in new releases, there were quite a few really solid releases. We ran through the 32 best of those in last week's awards episode, and this week, we look…
 
2020 has been a year unlike any other! For most things, that's not a ringing endorsement, but for board games, it's been a pretty solid year! Listen as we rundown our Games of the Year in eight categories, with nominees including: Best Online Implementation: Santorini, Teotihuacan, 7 Wonders Duel, Potion Explosion Best App: Root, Spirit Island, Win…
 
This week we're looking at eight games you might like if you also like Among Us, the pop culture phenomenon video game experience that swept Twitch in 2020. On the show this week, we cover: Acquisition Disorders: Ugly Gryphon Inn, The Last Brave At the Table: Merv: The Heart of the Silk Road, Tungaru Feature: If You Like Among Us, Try... Don’t miss…
 
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