Punchboard Party
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Fr. Greg and Daniel sit down with Scott to enjoy his selection of top 10 board games ever! Wat do you think of Scott’s list? Let us know down below!

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  1. Greetings from Kitchener -Waterloo, my best friend Josh is from Stratford 😉 enjoyed your opinions on your board games, Millennium Blades is super underrated, glad to hear you guys talk about it !

  2. I haven’t played any of those games, but I recently got Dale of Merchants and I’m very excited to try it out!

  3. Thanks for great video and congratulations and God's blessings! Enjoy the special weekend. Been going to Gen Con 15 years and watching YouTube boardgame videos all that time and never heard of City of Horrors! I must investigate! I actually love Dead of Winter! Take care.

  4. Daniel at the beginning of the videos is like Lucy and the football in Charlie Brown! 😀

  5. I hate with a capital HATE real time games as well, but your number 8 is pure fire…I love it!

  6. Ok…I just have to say this. And I'm GOING to say it! :D: You all three need to play Race for the Galaxy and try it at two players. I've played Roll a few times and it's fine. I get the same feeling though halfway through the game when people show their dice and I'm like "That seems almost like a perfect roll!". None of that is in Race. It is very much the same basic concepts, but much tighter in a good way. With two players, you get to pick TWO actions to do on your turn, so that level of "what is my opponent going to do" increase GREATLY. The base game is ALL you need as the expansions mostly make new ways to play that might be ok, but they make it different and this one is a masterpiece and top 20 game for me. It is also on BGA and does help because it explains the iconography which is the one stumbling block to the game. But I can't stress enough: just get this one. Scott, you will love it…Daniel: you will grok it…and Fr. Greg: you'll have it! 😀 😀

  7. I've only played two on Scott's list: The Castles of Mad King Ludwig and Roll for the Galaxy. Loved them both! I'd be happy to try the others. Though I generally avoid legacy games. I think that's because I'm a cheapskate and I like the idea that a game can be replayed many times. Though a good legacy game probably gets more plays than the average game for a BGG user! I did play Charterstone, which is legacy but you can still play it when you're done.

    I think I'd most like to try Twilight Imperium. but I just play at home solo and with my wife and son, who are also hobby gamers. My wife hates sci-fi and attacking games and the length of Twilight Imperium also put her off. Though I reckon we took nearly as long for our first play of 1830: Railways & Robber Barons!

    I'd probably be most likely to buy Millennium Blades. I had a close look at that one and nearly got it. I think I got Argent: The Consortium instead, also from Level 99 Games.

    Scott seems to enjoy a bit of theme. I wonder if he'd enjoy Doomtown: Reloaded. A bit of mind games, some cool card interactions.

  8. Okay, Scott, be honest, did you put Twilight Imperium 4 right after Klask for the sheer tonal and game length whiplash of going from one to the other?

  9. I've always been intrigued by Twilight imperium, but I'm afraid it might be too big of a game for the other players around gère.

    Also interested in Roll for the galaxy.

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