Episode 133 – BGA’s 4th Birthday. This Year’s Favorites!

BGA Episode 133

Four years! We’ve been doing this for a while, so we took a few minutes this week to think back on what’s happened over those four years, and specifically what we have enjoyed most about the last year.

We kick things off with some news, including the winners of our recent contest, discussion of FFG’s Force Friday release, and the upcoming Pax Unplugged.

For our question of the week, we asked the listeners what Kickstarter they are most pleased with to date that they have backed. And then we dive into our favorite acquisition disorders, at the tables and features for the last year.

Question of the Week: 10:17
Favorite Acquisition Disorders: 15:00, 16:48
Favorite At the Tables: 18:46, 23:36
Favorite Features: 27:20

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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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