Aaron reviews and explains how to play Tracy Alan’s Katana: Samurai Action Card Game.
Aaron does a preview of SC Games’ rock, paper, scissors inspired family friendly card game Knights of NorthRnd.
Aaron plays Surrealist Dinner Party with Rachel and Max from Resonym.
Aaron gives his impressions about Galactic Raptor’s new roll and write within the Animal Kingdom series, from solo-mode guru Carla Kopp, Roar and Write!
Aaron reviews Uno Dice Game Roll & Write from Mattel Games and…he can’t think of a better way to finish this sentence.
Aaron reviews Medium from Storm Chaser Games. He knew you would read this sentence.
Aaron gets a demo of Token Terrors Battlegrounds from Terrible Games courtesy of John de Campos.
Aaron reviews the quick, family – take that card game Party Bandimals from Glass Shoe Games.
Aaron gives his impressions about Pencil First Games’ The Whatnot Cabinet while he puts random things in an enclosure intended for display and decorative purposes. It is currently on Kickstarter, the link can be found below.
Aaron speaks with Tyler Holman from Ejected Planet and gets a demo for the dice placement strategy game Dice Command.
Aaron reviews the tile placement, area influence game Zoned Out from Grey Fox Games.
Aaron speaks with Ariel Lui from The Pen and Dragon and gets a demo for the hand management, card drafting, 1v1 strategic combat game Salt & Bones.
Aaron reviews the tile placement, set collecting, abstract strategy game The One-Hundred Torii from Pencil First Games.
Aaron reviews the fantasy-themed hand management focused card games Crazier Eights One Thousand & One Nights and Shahrzad from Recoculous.
Aaron gets a demo for Bullet, a shoot ’em up board game, via Tabletop Simulator from Joshua from Level99 Games.
Aaron learns how to play Charterstone: Digital Edition with help, and plenty of patience, from Suzanne from The Dice Tower and Salt&Sass.
Aaron does a Kickstarter preview/review of Masters of Charms from Brickhouse Games.
Aaron previews Cows in My Pants from Paodle Games.
Aaron plays Sagrada on PC via Steam and no one calls him Mr. Glass.
Aaron reviews ToeShamBo from Zafty and still wonders why paper beats rock.
Aaron reviews Yes Broccoli! from Gangway Games and he may or may not always bet on green.
Aaron spells words and attempts to create a masterpiece in his review of Coo Games’ Composition.
Aaron reviews Truck Off Roll and Write and and does his best to sell, sell, sell.
Mystic Vale is now on the Switch and Aaron is quite pleased.
Aaron plays the set-collecting card game Ogre Cheerleaders from Paw-Warrior Games and gives-it-a letter…sort of.