Aaron previews Floriferous from Pencil First Games. Floriferous was designed by Eduardo Baraf, Steve Finn and Keith Matejka with art from Clémentine Campardou and Kim Robinson.
Aaron previews the end of the world card game Doomlings from Mccoy & Meyer.
Aaron previews the cooperative deck-building, push your luck card game Rescuing Robin Hood from Castillo Games. It’s currently on Kickstarter.
Aaron reviews the potential enemy-making hand-management, take that game Knock Knock from Trinity Craft Games.
Aaron reviews the fairy capturing hand-management, trick-taking Fairy Season from Good Games Publishing.
Aaron reviews Dealt! designed by Katja Stremmel from AMIGO Games.
Aaron previews the 1-4 player tile placement, die manipulation game Space Dinos from Paodle Games.
Aaron previews the 1-4 player set collection, push your luck, spell-making game Studies in Sorcery from Weird Giraffe Games.
Aaron previews the 2-4 player PvP card game Mini Steel from Gremore Games.
Aaron reviews the coop trick taking game The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine from KOSMOS.
Aaron previews the solo (coop friendly) legacy card game Deck Of Wonders from Dennis Furia.
Aaron reviews the number, color and shape deduction card game Concluzio from Puzzling Pixel Games.
#ThalaraTheLastArtifacts #wredespiele #cardgames Aaron previews the hand management, area majority/influence
Aaron plays Surrealist Dinner Party with Rachel and Max from Resonym.
Aaron reviews the quick, family – take that card game Party Bandimals from Glass Shoe Games.
Aaron reviews the tile placement, set collecting, abstract strategy game The One-Hundred Torii from Pencil First Games.
Aaron previews Cows in My Pants from Paodle Games.
Aaron reviews ToeShamBo from Zafty and still wonders why paper beats rock.
Aaron spells words and attempts to create a masterpiece in his review of Coo Games’ Composition.
Aaron plays the set-collecting card game Ogre Cheerleaders from Paw-Warrior Games and gives-it-a letter…sort of.
Aaron talks about building, destroying, peace and Lookout Spiele’s Mandala.
Aaron unboxes the latest edition to the Exceed Fighting System from Level99 Games featuring Shovel Knight, Shield Knight and their amazing f(r)iends.
Aaron builds a factory, in Fantastic Factories, and does his best to explain how he did it but more importantly – how he feels about it.
Aaron goes into some detail about Exceed: Street Fighter in a new video series, EnthusPlays/T, about analog games.
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