Aaron previews The Bank Job from Keith Wilcoxon and published by Brains & Brawn Games. The Bank Job is a social deception game that takes place during a bank robbery.
Aaron plays and reviews the solo labyrinth escaping push-your-luck card game The Abandons designed by Michael “Dmitri” Blascoe, with art from Michael T. Schroeder and published by Puzzling Pixel Games.
Aaron reviews the 2-5* player take that card game The Deadlies designed by Paul Saxberg with art from Leah Fuhrman and published by Smirk & Dagger Games. *advertised at 3-5
Aaron reviews the 2-4 player garden-building, point accruing card game Ohanami designed by Steffen Benndorf, published by Pandasaurus Games with art by Christian Opperer.
Aaron reviews the kid-friendly beginner deck-building memory game Baby Dragon Bedtime from Tin Star Games.
Aaron previews the mountain scaling game , for friends or foes, Annapurna from Rebecca Horovitz.
Aaron plays some Faeria for the Nintendo Switch.
Aaron previews the family friendly card game FUMPK( Fairy Unicorn Mermaid Princess Kitten) designed by Ben Hoban from Summit Drive Games.
Aaron previews the family friendly Christmas themed card game Get Stuffed! designed by Steve Clemens from Clemanor Games.
Aaron previews the card drafting, spell casting and engine building game Arcana Rising designed by Tim Armstrong published by Grey Fox Games.
Aaron previews Top Tale Get To Know Your Fellow Humans from Peter A Seiler | Yub Nub Games.
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 reviews Medium from Storm Chaser Games. He knew you would read this sentence.
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 does a Kickstarter preview/review of Masters of Charms from Brickhouse Games.
#ShuffleGrandPrix #GamesByBicycle #Cardgame Aaron gives his impressions of the distance
It’s a poker game with “people” you may know.