Episode 103 of the Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast, recorded August 19th, 2020. Join us as we stream live every week on Wednesdays at 9:00 PM Eastern on Twitch. If you like some video with your audio, you can also watch/listen to individual segments from this show on YouTube.
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This week we have a question from a long time fan of our show, Prayerborne, who wrote to say:
“I’ve actually thought before that an interesting discussion topic would be “Surprisingly advanced games” older games with mechanics we think of as recent inventions, or even newer games that are ‘gamier’ than we’d expect (mass-marketed Hunger Games: District 12 is a EURO!?!)”
Funko Pop Funkoverse Games
Minecraft Builders and Biomes
Harry Potter Hogwarts Battle
Risk Star Wars Edition,
Ticket to Ride New York
Homeland The Game
Sons of Anarchy
Hey That’s My Fish
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—The Game Room: Gloomhaven Jaws of the Lion—
A discussion on what’s new in Gloomhavne Jaws of the Lion when compared to the original.
—The Game Room: Mermaid Adventures Revised—
A review of the softcover printing of Mermaid Adventures Revised, an underwater setting sourcebook for the Pip System Corebook.
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