The Thirsty Gamers Podcast – Episode 34 Gama Trade Show 2017 News, Stockpile, Euphoria

Let the convention season begin! The Gama Trade show was this past week and lots of news came out of there. This event is for publishers to show off their new product to retailers. We have big news from CMON announcing “A Song of  Ice and Fire” & Eric Lang becoming their head of game design. Plaid Hat announced “Dead of Winter: Warring Colonies”. Portal Games, also announcced “Detective”. There was much more that we rapid fired off as well. Sugi plays Stockpile and Zack plays Euphoria, a game that has been sitting in Hex’s collection that he’s never played. Support us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thethirstygamers Give us feedback on Twitter: @thirstygamers_ and you can chat with us on Discord by going to www.thethirstygamers.com where you can fine all of our news, podcast, and reviews.

Show Notes: 

Games Talked about on the show:

Buy Euphoria: Click Here

Buy Stockpile: Click Here

News:

CMON Announcement for Eric Lang: Click Here

 

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The Thirsty Gamers Podcast – Episode 33 Atari Board Games, The Networks, Unfair

In this episode Zack and Hex take a look at IDW’s new announcment of bringing Atari games to the board game world starting with Centipede. Eric Lang and Bruno Faidutti team up to announce a new secret role game called Secrets. Speaking of Eric Lang, we go into the one pledge level of Rising Sun and talk a little bit about early bird pledges. Zack plays a couple game as well. We go into a game that just released a print run called The Networks. He also played the popular Kickstarter Unfair and gives his thoughts about this theme park style game. Follow us on Twitter @thirstygamers_ and talk to us on our discord. You can find all of our social media and news at www.thethirstygamers.com And as always stay thirsty for games my friends!

SHOW NOTES:

IDK & Atari Announcement: Click Here

Buy games talked about on the show:

The Networks: Click Here

 

The Thirsty Gamers Podcast – Episode 32 Batman: The Board Game, New York Slice, & Colosseum

We’re back from Prototype Con and we get right into the swing of things. Zack starts off by talking about his midnight story to try to obtain a Nintendo Switch right after board game night. Hex also gives us insight on Horizon: Zero Dawn. Then we jump into a very exciting announcment from Monolith with them demoing off Batman: The Board Game. Weta Workshop has a Giant Killer Robot game on Kickstarter. Also, in the crowd funding game is a Jurrasic Park inspired board game called Dinosaur Island by Pandasaurus Games. And to finish off this Kickstarter heavy episode, Rising Sun is going to be live at 3p.m. today and we can’t wait! We make everyone hungry for pizza with New York Slice and we have mixed feelings on the reprint of Colosseum. You can leave us feed back on our twitter: @thirstygamers_ or chat with us on Discord. You can find the link at the top of our website www.thrthirstygamers.com. Also, if you like what we do here and what to support us every dollar counts to making us better. We have a Patreon at www.patreon.com/thethirstygamers And as always stay thirsty for games my friends!

Show Notes: 

Buy New York Slice: Here

Buy Colosseum: Here

Giant Killer Robot: Kickstarter

Dinosaur Island: Kickstarter

Batman: The Board Game Announced By Monolith

After coming off their huge successful Kickstarter with Conan, Monolith gets their biggest license property yet with Batman: The Board Game. The team behind the game was demoeing their newest project at Game Festival in Canne. Board Game Geek Snagged a picture on their twitter account of the demoed product.

Monolith also showed off their booth via their Facebook page. It shows off very stylized artwork and no shock that it says coming to Kickstarter. The people that back their games though better hope they have a more understanding for writing rulebooks. Conan was an amazing game and I would not be surprised if this funding goal goes past 4 million. Below are some pictures of the gorgeous miniatures as well.