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Sep 15, 2019

Warning: This podcast contains strong language and adult content

Welcome along to another analysis paralysis inducing chat with the boys from Polyhedron Collider, who are cruder than normal in celebration of episode 69 (dude). We analyse the latest tabletop gaming news, talking about the latest events in board games and pen and paper RPGS and then get into some deep and meaningful game chat.


In this week’s episode we talk about Matchify, get in a very quick game of Ragusa and have a rather deep analysis of heavy euros Pipeline and Barrage. We then pop over to Ireland to save the world in Mournequest.

 

Gaming News

00:03:24 Terra Mystica expansion
00:05:58 Dungeons & Dragons Funko Pops
00:09:14 Azul Summer Pavilions
00:13:23 Dice Camera Action could be coming back
00:18:27 Oathsworn coming to Kickstarter in October
00:20:15 No more City of Games Convention

Games Mentioned

00:27:20 Matchify
00:29:56 Ragusa
00:37:14 Pipeline
00:51:30 Barrage
01:15:58 Mournequest

This episode is available on iTunes or your favourite podcast player via our feed http://polyhedroncollider.libsyn.com/rss

Intro and Outro Music: "Ouroboros" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Jon's News Ferret: "NewsSting" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

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