It’s back to the gaming table as the Foxes talk about modern board and card games! Join us this week for co-op, semi-co-op, cute, creepy, and whatever else comes to mind (whether or not we remember all the rules). Then stick around in the later segment for a check-in on our current Book Club pick, “The Secret History of the Pink Carnation.”
Greetings Dearest Listeners!
A brief word about this week’s Show Notes. Interspersed through out the various inks and images below are episodes of Wil Wheaton’s Geek and Sundry series “TableTop.” Not only is it a Fox Favorite, but if you’re like me and need to see a demonstration of a game before you really understand how it’s played, then it’ll be very helpful in the long run.
Enjoy! – Karen
Betrayal at House on the Hill (boardgamegeek.com)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer (boardgamegeek)
Buffy the Vampire Slayer table top Expansion Scenarios (wayside.tv)
Mafia (Party Game) (wikipedia)
King of Tokyo (boardgamegeek)
Apples to Apples (boardgamegeek)
Sushi Go! (boardgamegeek)
For more information about PAXEast, check out their site at http://east.paxsite.com/.
(And for those not East enough, there’re links to other PAX events in the header at the link)
For further information regarding “Dickwolves” click HERE.
(CW: mentions of rape, grown-ass man-children acting like tittybabies, feminism) – Karen
Did someone mention Pudding?
Lunch Money (boardgamegeek)
Rorschach Test that most certainly does NOT look like a fox. At all. I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Where’s Rey? (sweatpantsandcoffee.com)
Mad Scientist University (boardgamegeek)
Battlestar Galactica (boardgamegeek)
Thurns and Taxis (boardgamegeek)
“Secret History of the Pink Carnation” – Lauren Willig (goodreads)
Purchase the book (author’s website)