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[6 Jan 2013 | One Comment | ]
Wooden Cubes & Iron Soldiers: “Viking and Mouse Attack…” Episode 13

“Viking and Mouse Attack…”

Welcome back to Wooden Cubes & Iron Soldiers. Our first episode of 2013!
It’s been a while!
Lance and Joel spend the episode talking about a myriad of topics and we cover a lot of different games and gaming topics:
CO2, Tzolkin, Space Cadets, Darkest Night, DVG Leader Series, The Hunters, Love Letter, Coup, DC Comics Deckbuilding Game, Power Grid: First Sparks, Lords of Waterdeep, Agricola, Terra Mystica, Torchlight II, Diablo III, XCom, Level 7 Escape, Tabletop, BoardGameGeek, Quarriors, GenCon, BGG.CON, X-Wing Miniatures, Robinson Crusoe, Náufragos, Friday, Clash of Cultures, …

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[26 Dec 2012 | 6 Comments | ]
Drive Thru’s Best of 2012… and a Contest!

Joel’s favorite games from 2012. See inside for details on how to win Joel’s favorite game of the year!

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[17 Dec 2012 | No Comment | ]
CO₂ (Video Review)

A truly innovative game on several levels.

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[9 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]
Stronghold Games Accepting Preorders For……Merchant of Venus (wow!)

Stronghold Games is pleased to announce that Preorders for these highly-anticipated games are now OPEN:

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[1 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]
The Long View: CO2

The Long View

On this episode of The Long View, Lloyd Keller and I take a look at the new strategy game CO2. We discuss the theme, the strategies that reveal themselves after repeated play and what may make this the next great gamers game. Thanks to www.2d6.org for hosting the podcast, and thanks to www.gamesurplus.com for their continued sponsorship of The Long View. Thanks to YOU for listening!
~ Geof Gambill
The Long View: CO2

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[15 Jul 2012 | No Comment | ]
Pre-Release Predictions: CO2

Last year I released a series of articles leading up to Essen where I read and analyzed the rulebooks of games that I thought fell under the title “Gamer’s Games.” They were reasonably popular, and I enjoyed doing them, and I think that I will do them again this year unless there is a general disinterest in the enterprise. In addition to talking about the sort of game the rules present, and my particular reaction to the rules, I will also be talking about my perception of the eventual popularity …