Episode 242 – If You Like Civilization Games, Try…

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To kick things off this week, we look at answers to our question of the week: What game would you like to see get a 2.0 update or reimagining with a new theme?

For Acquisition Disorders, Anthony looks at Irish Gauge, and Chris looks at the newest expansion for Wingspan coming soon.

At the table this week, Anthony reviews Bosk, a new game about nature sure to turn your table into a warzone.

Finally, in our feature this week, Anthony and Chris discuss eight games you might like if you’re a fan of civilization games (broken down by length):

  • Question of the Week: 6:16
  • Acquisition Disorders: 12:06
  • Bosk Review: 21:02
  • If You Like Civilization Games, Try… 30:12

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    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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