This is the 42nd episode of Tabletop Bellhop Live, an edited version of our live show recorded on May 15th, 2019. Join us as we stream live every week on Wednesdays at 9:30 Eastern on Twitch. If you like some video with your audio, you can also watch/listen to an unedited version of the show over on YouTube.
Ep 42 – Life, The Universe, And More Than Catan. A look at games with similar mechanics as Settlers of Catan. Also a look at Tiny Towns, Brass Birmingham, The Duke and Colonies for Terraforming Mars.
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This episode includes:
—Ask The Bellhop—
This question comes from the website: David RY writes:
I have some friends who ONLY want to play Catan (I got invited to what I thought was a board game night but was actually just their regular Catan tournament style night), and I’m wondering what would be some good follow up games? They’ve been interested in Ticket to Ride and Takenoko but neither have the same feel of the trading/player interaction and the dice-rolling/chance part of the resource collecting (plus they all love the ability of the robber to screw someone over). Any help?
Catan Cities & Knights Review
Catan Dice Game
Rivals For Catan
A Game of Thrones Catan
Catan Histories: Settlers of America
Star Trek Catan
Sheriff Of Nottingham
Valeria Card Kingdoms
Roll Through The Ages
Related Blog Post: Looking for Games With a Similar Feel to Catan
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—Weekly Gloomhaven Update—
It was a 2 player Random Dungeon featuring our two Orchids.
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—Tabletop Gaming Weekly—
A look at what games hit our tabletops over the last week.
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