ENGN Episode 58: Manhattan Project: Energy Empire, Anachrony, and Lisboa w/ Antlab Games

Two special guests join us this week to discuss three big heavy games! Anthony is very excited because he gets to talk about the heaviest games he’s had at the table for the last few weeks with Anthony and Frances from Antlab Games, who also love the heavier side of the gaming hobby.

Jason steps back (but not out!) as they heavy gamers discuss Manhattan Project: Energy Empire, Anachrony, and Lisboa – both from the general gameplay perspective and how they approach solo play (both successfully and in some cases, less so).

Make sure to check out Antlab games on their YouTube Channel, as well as their website where you can download new episodes of their recently relaunched podcast.

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  • Anthony

    Anthony lives and plays games in Pittsburgh, PA. A lover of complex strategy, two player war games, and area control, Anthony is always eager to try a new game, even if he's on rule-reading duty.

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