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Wooden Cubes & Iron Soldiers: “Expand Your World ” Episode 5

9 April 2012 2 Comments

“Expand Your World”

 

Welcome back for our fifth episode of Wooden Cubes & Iron Soldiers!

In this episode we discuss board game expansions, what they mean for your health, pocketbook, and society as a whole. We also discuss how expansions are handled across of a variety of game types: War Games, Euro Games, “Ameritrash” Games, Card Games, etc…

As before here is the list of games we cover:

Kaispeicher, BSG Express, Battlestar Galactica, Coney Island, Saint Petersburg, Outpost, Shanghaeian, Core Worlds, Thunderstone Advance, Lords of Waterdeep, Village, 1st and Goal, Can’t Stop, Rallyman, Formula D, Abaddon, Tournay, Game of Thrones, Caucassus Campaign, Liberty Roads, Sink the Carrier, Tide of Iron, Orcs of the High Mountains, The Gates to the Underworld, Cthulu Gloom, Conflict of Heroes: Storms of Steel, Great Battles of History, Simple GBOH Battle Manual, Pillars of the Earth, We Must Tell the Emperor, Core Worlds, Fortune and Glory, Settlers of Catan, Arkham Horror, Talisman, Carcasonne, Dominion, Munchkin, Ogre, Hawaii, Napolean’s War, Commands & Colors Napoleonics, Lost Battles, Magic: The Gathering, Zombie Dice, Dominant Species, Through the Ages, Rolling Freight, Antiquity, Battle for Stalingrad, Joan of Arc’s Victory, Nuklear Winter ’68, Virgin Queen, Here I Stand, 1989: Dawn of Freedom, Ascari, Masséna at Loano, Washington’s Crossing, Nightfighter, Power Grid: First Sparks, Destined Hero, Lost Cause, Barbarossa Campaign, Forlorn Hope, Revolt and Revolution, Soviet Dawn, Friedrich

~ Joel Eddy

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2 Comments »

  • sawtooth said:

    This is quickly becoming my favorite gaming podcast. Sometimes the “too cool” gamer comes out in the discussion (“Ohhh… how can you play that drivel?”.)
    I suppose this is really par for the course with gamers- we’re an opinionated lot with a tendency to go negative.
    Not all games are good- but sometimes we like what we like, and there is nothing wrong with someone for liking a “flawed game”
    But overall, great perspectives, great enthusiasm and a respect for other kinds of gamers.

    By the way, Mage Knight RULES!!!
    Except when Descent 1st ed RULES!!!

    -Sawtooth

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  • eekamouse (author) said:

    Thanks sawtooth! Glad you are enjoying it.

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