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Episode 92: Top 3 Games for 6 or More

In Episode 92 of the WiscoDice podcast, we meet the creator of the game Tin Spin, by Surprisingly Fun Games. The hosts also share their top games that play 6 or more. They also discuss games they’ve been playing and update on hobby projects.

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Episode Show Notes

  • Games We’ve Been Playing ….. 00:54
  • Hobby Corner ….. 21:52
  • Surprisingly Fun Games Interview….. 26:23
  • Top Games for 6 or More ….. 45:48

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Games Featured in this Episode

  • Tin Spin
  • Publisher: Surprisingly Fun Games
  • Players: 2-6
  • Live on Kickstarter until May 25, 2022
  • Scythe with Invaders from Afar Expansion
  • Publisher: Stonemaier Games
  • Players: 1-6
  • Play Time: 120 min
  • Mysterium
  • Publisher: Libellud
  • Players: 2-7
  • Play Time: 45 min

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Hobby Corner

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Board Game Brunch: Exploring Alien Frontiers

My favorite board game theme is Space. Because of this we have a plethora of space themed games. One of these games that we enjoy is Alien Frontiers by Starling Games. We enjoyed playing it this week and paring it was a simple space themed breakfast.

The Game…Alien Frontiers

Alien Frontiers, by Starling Games, is a resource management game where you are working to develop an alien planet. Dice are used as ships and the randomness of your roles each turn as some unpredictability to the game.

Our 2-player game was a nice back and forth on the scoring track until Conesy pulled out ahead and placed his last colony, while I just couldn’t get my last couple out. There are was to mitigate poor dice rolls, but I just did not get the synergy going as well as he did. Even when you lose, it’s still a good game that we can’t help but enjoy

The Food…Breakfast Crescent Moons and Spaceship Fruit Kabobs

Brunch consisted off a loose interpretation of the Bacon, Egg, and Cheese breakfast sandwiches and fruit rockets made out of strawberries and cantaloupe with fruit dip vapor trails.

And Beyond…

Looking for other Board Game Brunch Games and Food Parings? Check them out here: http://wiscodice.com/category/games/board-games/board-game-brunch/. Have a game or food you would like to see paired for an upcoming Board Game Brunch? Let us know via social media.

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Board Game Brunch: Twisting and Turning Alone

With Consey out of town at a BMG Tournament, I am flying solo for board game brunch. I decided this was the perfect time to break out one of my games designed for solo play and have a no fuss breakfast with the dog.

I pulled got my self a dirty chai and breakfast at my favorite local coffee shop, Twisted Grounds that I enjoyed while playing Proving Grounds.

Episode 85: Mansions of Madness and GenCon Recap

Image is of Consey and Suzanne in front of Genevieve at GenCon2021
Consey and Suzanne Starting off on their GenCon 2021 Adventure

Join the WiscoDice crew as they review the hit game Mansions of Madness. Plus get their thoughts on attending GenCon 2021 in Indianapolis.

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Board Game Brunch: Continuing Saturday Game Night

It’s Sunday Brunch time, but that doesn’t mean we are ready to forget about last night’s fun. Saturday night was Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) night for many of the WiscoDice crew. What better way to keep the fun going than to play a D&D inspired board game and eat some homemade deep dish pizza.

Image of Roll Player Box and Deep Dish Pizza
Board Game Brunch: Roll Player Box and Deep Dish Pizza

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