Episode 288 – Board Game Collecting Interventions

This week we’re going down the rabbit hole, looking at 12 games that we’ve collected incessantly, why we’ve done it and whether those extras, expansions, and promos will ever actually get played.

But first, we discuss our question of the week: What’s the most replayable game you can recommend for less than $40?

In acquisition disorders this week Anthony looks at CloudAge – the newest game from Alexander Pfister coming later this year – and Chris looks at Hamburg and Amsterdam, the first two games in the Stefan Feld Collection, on Kickstarter now.

At the table this week, Anthony gives his initial impressions of Tekhenu, the newest release from Daniele Tascini and David Turczi, and Anthony and Chris both look at Fort – the newest from Leder Games.

Finally, in the feature, Anthony and Chris dig into 12 games and game systems for which they’ve collected almost everything and what those mega-collections look like.

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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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