Playing Favourites: Dealing with board game nepotism, Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast Episode 238

In this episode, we tackle an interesting question about dealing with people playing favourites at the board game table.

We talk about what we’ve been playing, including Stool Pigeon, Distilled with the Cask Strength Expansion, The Artemis Project with the Satellites and Commanders Expansion, and tons more.

Then we wrap up with three reviews; Marvel Dice Throne, Xylotar, and Kiss the Goblin.

Episode 238 of the Tabletop Bellhop Gaming Podcast was recorded on April 3rd 2024.

Join us as we record live weekly on Twitch at 8pm Eastern.

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—The Bellhop’s Tabletop—

What we’ve been playing:

–Marvel Dice Throne Four Hero Set Review—

A dice and card driven superhero battle featuring popular Marvel Characters that’s so much more than just Yahtzee with superheroes.

—Xylotar Review—

A modern trick-taker with a ridiculous back story and really innovative play, including the fact you don’t get to look at your own hand of cards.

—Kiss the Goblin Review—

An alignment based party game where you answer questions and everyone has to guess your Dungeons & Dragons-like alignment.

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