A Grand episode the 21st! Thanks for downloading and listening.
David Pazmino (funguy on the BGG forums) has joined me again for a discussion of Knizia's latest set of games on the Keltis /Lost Citiies line. Hope you find it interesting. We'll tell you what to get...and what to FORget. Please note: our vast knowledge stops short of Das Orakel, so we'll catch up with that one at a later date.
Games discussed in this episode:
Roll Through the Ages
Memoir '44 Breakthrough ("Huge Tracts of Land") Expansion
Mr. Jack Pocket Edition
Lost Cities The Boardgame
Keltis Das Kartenspiel
Keltis: Der Weg der Steine
There may be some others that crept in there, but I can't be listing everything, can I?
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