Broken Meeple Videos - Micropolis Review

Gather your ants in Micropolis, and send them through the anthill to do your bidding. What do you want? Fruit? Warriors? A queen? Even more ants?! From the tag team that brought you Abyss, comes a very straightforward gateway tile drafting game. There's stiff competition in this genre so can it stand out or will it be forgotten quickly?

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Broken Meeple Top Ten - Disappointing Games

Not the same as my Turkey Top 10 - these are games that I was genuinely looking forward to playing. Whether it be hype (a dangerous mistress) or a theme that appeals to me or a designer/publisher that I respect, these were games that I wanted to play! However sometimes a game doesn't live up to your high expectations and here I'm going to talk about my Top 10 Disappointments. As usual, understand that this is tongue in cheek and pure opinion, please do not go ape nuts if your favourite game is mentioned in this list! :-)




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Broken Meeple Videos - Lowlands Review

The low land is a rough area where hard-working folk make a living by the sweat of their brow. Under constant threat of storm and flood, communities here rally together to build dikes that keep the rising water at bay. But every citizen constructing a dike is one fewer citizen tending flocks and maintaining the family farm. The residents here are constantly torn between selflessness and self-interest, and only those who can strike this delicate balance can thrive in this harsh landscape. A EURO with interaction? And sheep meeples! I have to check this unexpected arrival!

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Season 2 Episode 29 - AWARDS. . . AGAIN!

It's been sweltering in the UK lately so I'm recording this podcast while melting into a small little puddle. But the Dice Tower Awards have been announced and just like a few episodes ago, I'm going to give my thoughts on the results including details of the games I personally voted on. Did I match well? Do I hate one of the games getting all the love over others........well yeah obviously! Listen in!



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The Mother Of All Hype Trains - Gloomhaven Review

Which gamer hasn't heard of Gloomhaven? Now if you're new to gaming or more casual then perhaps the name doesn't ring a bell, but right now you cannot walk past an award ceremony or Top 10 list or Facebook forum without seeing a mention of Gloomhaven. Whether you want it to or not, it will never leave your mind, it's a bit like the Ducktales theme song in that respect. The designer is now more popular than Jesus and despite only receiving a small number of ratings, it's shot up to #1 on BGG quicker than even the likes of Pandemic Legacy. I could go into detail into how broken the ranking system on BGG is, but I digress, that's a whole essay in itself.

I had to get in on this - you know me, I leap on to every hype train where possible and see what's what. Sometimes I'm transported to a world of wonder and amazement, other times the train derails and I'm mangled in a pile of scrap metal at the bottom of a cliff. Hype is one of the biggest enemies in gaming after all. Now of course Gloomhaven has been out long enough for hype to become "buzz" but they're both as high as each other. I gave the game a full can of beans plus a long demo a while ago, but never did a review for it as I was swarmed under and didn't have my lair defense systems in place yet - because any rating other than 10/10 for this game is regarded as heresy I've noticed so some preparation was required. . .



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Broken Meeple Videos - Rajas of the Ganges Review

Through tactics and karma to wealth and fame... In 16th century India, the powerful empire of the Great Moguls rises between the Indus and the Ganges rivers. Taking on the role of rajas and ranis – the country's influential nobles – players in Rajas of the Ganges race against each other in support of the empire by developing their estates into wealthy and magnificent provinces. Players must use their dice wisely and carefully plot where to place their workers, while never underestimating the benefits of good karma. Success will bring them great riches and fame in their quest to become legendary rulers. A Euro game where you don't have to amass the most victory points to win? And the dice aren't to be placed on the board? What trickery is this? Check out the review for Raja's of the Ganges!



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Broken Meeple Videos - Mystic Vale: Conclave Review

Mystic Vale: Conclave provides the ideal storage solution designed to hold all of the previous releases, with room to spare for future expansions! The new Equinox mechanic allows players to greatly speed up gameplay and can even scale up to 6–player games with the two additional starter decks provided. The new conclaves grant players the option to customize the starting decks of advancements and vales, creating a new play experience each game. Unique totem cards imbue players with awesome abilities they can use each turn, to truly feel the power of Gaia’s blessing. Spirit counters provide a way for players to track their spirit symbols during their turn. Does it warrant your money and shelf space?



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UK Games Expo 2018 - Chronicles of Crime Live Footage

As promised, I'm going to upload the best of the live footage I was able to obtain during the UK Games Expo 2018 - bear in mind it's my first rodeo using the Gimbal device, but I think it came out pretty well considering - next time I'll have had more practice and will be using additional microphone attachments to improve the audio quality. Enjoy a snippet of Chronicles of Crime by Lucky Duck Games!



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Broken Meeple Videos - Santa Maria Review

Santa Maria is a streamlined, medium complexity Eurogame in which each player establishes and develops a colony. The game features elements of dice drafting and strategic engine building. The game is low on luck and has no direct destructive player conflict; all components are language independent.

In the game, you expand your colony by placing polyominoes with buildings on your colony board. Dice (representing migrant workers) are used to activate buildings; each die activates a complete row or column of buildings in your colony. The buildings are activated in order (left to right / top to bottom), then the die is placed on the last activated building to block this space. It is therefore crucial where you put new buildings in your colony, and in which order you use the dice.

What are my thoughts on this new Euro? Check out the review!



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UK Games Expo 2018 - Agricola: All Creatures Big And Small: Big Box Live Footage

As promised, I'm going to upload the best of the live footage I was able to obtain during the UK Games Expo 2018 - bear in mind it's my first rodeo using the Gimbal device, but I think it came out pretty well considering - next time I'll have had more practice and will be using additional microphone attachments to improve the audio quality. Enjoy a snippet of Agricola: All Creatures Big And Small!



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UK Games Expo 2018 - Ticket to Ride: New York Live Footage

As promised, I'm going to upload the best of the live footage I was able to obtain during the UK Games Expo 2018 - bear in mind it's my first rodeo using the Gimbal device, but I think it came out pretty well considering - next time I'll have had more practice and will be using additional microphone attachments to improve the audio quality. Enjoy a full game of Ticket to Ride: New York!



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UK Games Expo 2018 - Century: Eastern Wonders Live Footage

As promised, I'm going to upload the best of the live footage I was able to obtain during the UK Games Expo 2018 - bear in mind it's my first rodeo using the Gimbal device, but I think it came out pretty well considering - next time I'll have had more practice and will be using additional microphone attachments to improve the audio quality. Enjoy a snippet of Century: Eastern Wonders!



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UK Games Expo 2018 - Harvest Dice Live Footage

As promise, I'm going to upload the best of the live footage I was able to obtain during the UK Games Expo 2018 - bear in mind it's my first rodeo using the Gimbal device, but I think it came out pretty well considering - next time I'll have had more practice and will be using additional microphone attachments to improve the audio quality. Enjoy a snippet of Harvest Dice!



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Broken Meeple Top 10 - Turkeys


It's been a while what with the UK Games Expo and the Top 100 Co-Operative Games saga - go watch those videos if you haven't already. But it's time to talk turkeys.
No not for dinner, but rather the games which I used to like or love, but have slowly faded over the years and not stood the test of time. Which games are finding their way out of my collection on to pastures new and why?


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I Don't Do Middle Of The Road.........The Mind Review

Edit: - Firstly let's get the obvious out of the way - this review won't please many people. Particularly those who love the game - spoiler alert! If you're unwilling to take in an opposite viewpoint, then I suggest you stop reading now because as always I make no apologies for writing a negative review. I tell the truth from my perspective and don't sugar coat to please designers or publishers. So if you're ok with all that, please continue and thanks for reading. If you're ignored all this, then at least keep your comments civil (some have failed at this, but that's the internet for you) whistle Edit over. . . .

There are times when you worry about the board game industry as a whole. I've said that innovation is dying these days with the same types of games being released as well as ideas being recycled from the Dark Ages of gaming. We do get some gems that shine through on innovation, like Fog of Love, the upcoming Billy Kerr game, you know, games which genuinely are trying something different. Then we get The Mind............





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Broken Meeple Videos - Decrypto Review

Players compete in two teams in Decrypto, with each trying to correctly interpret the coded messages presented to them by their teammates while cracking the codes they intercept from the opposing team.

Can this outshine the likes of Codenames and Cross Talk?



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Broken Meeple Videos - UK Games Expo 2018 Review

Both airing on the podcast and on YouTube - here is my roundup of every thought I have on the UK Games Expo 2018 - the people, the convention, the volunteers, the games, the guests, everything! Enjoy and I hope my trial run with my video recording mobile platform is a good starting point!

00:00 - Introduction, general info, pros/cons
12:28 - The People and a special Thank You
22:50 - The Press Event
26:17 - Games Galore!
1:02:00 - Conclusion 


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Broken Meeple Videos - Mansions of Madness 2.0: Sanctum of Twilight Review


Within the lavish rooms of the Silver Twilight Lodge, the most influential citizens of Arkham gather to forge business alliances, plan parades, and lobby politicians. In secret, they also meet to enact forbidden rituals with dark consequences. The poor souls who discover this truth often vanish, never to be seen again.
Sanctum of Twilight is an expansion for Mansions of Madness Second Edition that unites two new investigators against the Order of the Silver Twilight in two thrilling scenarios. With new spells, items, mechanics, and a new monster, this expansion immerses players in the Arkham Files universe as they confront the dangers threatening Arkham from within.
Is the new expansion worth getting - perhaps over others? Find out more in this review!



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Broken Meeple Videos - Arkham Horror LCG: The Forgotten Age Review


The Forgotten Age is the third deluxe expansion for Arkham Horror: The Card Game. Here, your team of investigators embark on a scientific expedition to the rainforests of Southern Mexico in two new scenarios, each of which can be played as a standalone adventure or can act as the beginning of a new campaign for your team. This expansion introduces five new investigators to Arkham Horror: The Card Game along with sixty-four player cards and eighty-seven encounter cards, including an all new exploration deck that presents new challenges for you to overcome as you find yourself falling into The Forgotten Age.
How does this compare to previous deluxe expansions?


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Top 100 Co-Op Games - with Jason Perez (60-81 PART II)

Here's a big project that has been in the making for the last couple of months! Jason Perez from Every Night Is Game Night (check out his podcast!) invited me to collaborate with him on a grand challenge!

Tom Vasel told him that a Top 100 Co-Operative Games list would be impossible because of the lack of 100 good Co-Op games. Well we took up that challenge by trying to create a list between us. Now some definitions are stretched we admit, but I think we've come up with a good list of 100 quality games (in at least one person's opinion) that has a degree of co-operation within them.

The project will be split into 10 videos. Each section of 20 games will be split into 2 separate videos because when two people talk, we talk for a LONG time! Each pair will focus on 20 games and have an introduction by me to explain what's going on!

We hope you enjoy this ambitious project!! Let us know in the comments what you think and happy watching!








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Top 100 Co-Op Games - with Jason Perez (80-61 PART I)

Here's a big project that has been in the making for the last couple of months! Jason Perez from Every Night Is Game Night (check out his podcast!) invited me to collaborate with him on a grand challenge!

Tom Vasel told him that a Top 100 Co-Operative Games list would be impossible because of the lack of 100 good Co-Op games. Well we took up that challenge by trying to create a list between us. Now some definitions are stretched we admit, but I think we've come up with a good list of 100 quality games (in at least one person's opinion) that has a degree of co-operation within them.

The project will be split into 10 videos. Each section of 20 games will be split into 2 separate videos because when two people talk, we talk for a LONG time! Each pair will focus on 20 games and have an introduction by me to explain what's going on!

We hope you enjoy this ambitious project!! Let us know in the comments what you think and happy watching!






















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Top 100 Co-Op Games - with Jason Perez (100-81 PART II)

Here's a big project that has been in the making for the last couple of months! Jason Perez from Every Night Is Game Night (check out his podcast!) invited me to collaborate with him on a grand challenge!

Tom Vasel told him that a Top 100 Co-Operative Games list would be impossible because of the lack of 100 good Co-Op games. Well we took up that challenge by trying to create a list between us. Now some definitions are stretched we admit, but I think we've come up with a good list of 100 quality games (in at least one person's opinion) that has a degree of co-operation within them.

The project will be split into 10 videos. Each section of 20 games will be split into 2 separate videos because when two people talk, we talk for a LONG time! Each pair will focus on 20 games and have an introduction by me to explain what's going on!

We hope you enjoy this ambitious project!! Let us know in the comments what you think and happy watching!


















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Top 100 Co-Op Games - with Jason Perez (100-81 PART I)

Here's a big project that has been in the making for the last couple of months! Jason Perez from Every Night Is Game Night (check out his podcast!) invited me to collaborate with him on a grand challenge!

Tom Vasel told him that a Top 100 Co-Operative Games list would be impossible because of the lack of 100 good Co-Op games. Well we took up that challenge by trying to create a list between us. Now some definitions are stretched we admit, but I think we've come up with a good list of 100 quality games (in at least one person's opinion) that has a degree of co-operation within them.

The project will be split into 10 videos. Each section of 20 games will be split into 2 separate videos because when two people talk, we talk for a LONG time! Each pair will focus on 20 games and have an introduction by me to explain what's going on!

We hope you enjoy this ambitious project!! Let us know in the comments what you think and happy watching!



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Broken Meeple Videos - UK GAMES EXPO 2018 Preview

Both airing on the podcast and on YouTube - what am I looking forward to at the UK Games Expo 2018? Here are some general thoughts, some useful tips for beginners and a selection of games to look out for. 00:00 - Introduction, general info and honorable mentions. 12:10 - Useful tips for new attendees 18:30 - Games to look out for. 32:20 - Conclusion



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Broken Meeple Videos - Pioneer Days Review


Saddle up and guide your wagon train along the perilous Oregon Trail! Build a team of hardy folk and gather resources and equipment with a unique dice drafting system. But dangers await in the dice you don't choose! You can hire townsfolk, buy wagons, pan for gold, and take on cattle — all the while preparing for inevitable raids, storms and famine. Who will best face the perils of the wild frontier and lead their wagon train to victory?
Pioneer Days is a dice-drafting game reminiscent of The Oregon Trail. While you pursue your strategy, you must be prepared for impending disasters such as storms, disease, raids, and famine.
Can this fill in a current void in my collection for a light dice drafting game with hidden depth? Let's just hope I don't die of dyssentry before the end of this review!


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Imaginarium Review - Broken Meeple Videos


Created by Bruno Cathala and Florian Sirieix, Imaginarium is a strategy, combination and development game with a race to objectives, for 2-5 players. Felideus Bubastis, brings fantastic animal figures together with the factory’s steampunk atmosphere in surprising and daring illustrations.
How does this extremely weird creation from the combination that brought me the amazing Abyss handle on the table?


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Broken Meeple Top Ten - Games I Hate To Teach

I love to teach games both to new players and veteran players. However some games despite me liking them can be more irritating or less desirable to teach. This can be due to the huge advantage I gain as an experienced player, the complexity of the rules, the lack of any theme, all sorts of reasons.

So today I'm giving you my Top 10 Games That I Hate To Teach (even though I enjoy the games so don't interpret a rant as me slagging the game off! :P) 

Please check out the other videos on this channel as well as my official blog page and my podcast. 


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Rising 5 Review - Broken Meeple Videos

Rising 5: Runes of Asteros is a co-operative deduction and adventure game with a mobile phone application or a game master. Players must find the answer Code with the four Runes in the right arrangement before the evil power devours the planet. Players can explore the planet to collect energy or clues and to fight against evil monsters. When players try to unlock the code, the App or the game master will give signs that lead to right code.
If players successfully find the code, they win; if the Darkness Level reaches the Red Moon because of the evil monsters or if the Character card deck is exhausted, the players lose the game. Mastermind was fine for a 2 player puzzle game in the 80's - can translating it to a modern game work?




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Season 2 Episode 26 - LIBRARIES

A good mix of content today and within a good space of time - mainly because in the UK it's well hot and I'm melting......melting...................

Firstly I give a brief description of UNCON, a board game convention in Ramsgate, UK geared towards families and younger players. Then while describing the volunteer work I did at Portsmouth Comic Con teaching board games, I give my thoughts on what you should do and not do when presenting a board game library for such an event. And then to wrap things up, I resurrect the "One More Game?" segment with Among the Stars.



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Broken Meeple Videos - Abyss: Leviathan Review


News from the outpost is worrying. The Leviathans, these terrifying sea monsters, are converging towards the border and threatening the Kingdom. Will the Allies and the conscripts, mandated by each of the Guilds, contain them? Exploring is now dangerous: fighting is not easy, and fleeing can be even more dangerous — but the opportunity is unique to prove your worth and use this influence to gain access to the throne.
In Abyss: Leviathan, the threat track is replaced by the border board on which Leviathan cards will be placed. When you explore the depths, if the revealed card is a monster, you can fight a Leviathan on the border. Some new lords and some allies will help you fight, using their power. The player who has killed the greatest number of sea monsters takes the statue and wins 5 extra points at the end of the game — and if you do not fight, you may get injured...
A new expansion for a criminally underrated game! Can it make it even better?! Abyss Leviathan Review!


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Broken Meeple Top 10 - Old Games (> 20 Years)

So many people are Cult of the New or Unreleased these days. But I feel that even though we've come a long way in games over the last 10+ years, there are some legitimately good classics from before 2000! By request of a Patreon subscriber here are my Top 10 Old Games sticking to a timeline of greater than 20 years old.


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Broken Meeple Videos - 2 Minutes To Midnight Review

20 years after the end of The Manhattan Project, the superpowers of the world are embroiled in another vicious arms race. Manufacturing nukes is no longer an obstacle; all nations are now capable of churning them out at a rapid pace. The challenge of this era lies in the development of various delivery systems called the "Nuclear Triad:" strategic bombers, ballistic subs, and land-based ballistic missiles.
The original was a great Euro game with a worker placement mechanic that really doesn't get repeated in many (if any) other Euro games. Energy Empire was a great spin off - so how does this standalone sequel 2 Minutes to Midnight hold up?



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Broken Meeple APProved - Terra Mystica (STEAM)

The popular heavy Euro from Z-Man Games "Terra Mystica" is now available on STEAM - how does it play on the app compared to the physical game? And are the Easy AI not so easy??


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Smash Up: That 70's Expansion Review - Look At My Trucker Hat!

When will it end?............when?! Probably never as there's still plenty of room in my Smash Up Geeky Box! This is one of the longest running game systems ever giving even the likes of Fantasy Flight Games a run for their money when it comes to expansions. I will obviously never use every combination ever, in fact some factions may barely see any play from me after their reviews, there's just simply too many. Smash Up WIKI states that I should have 60 factions (subject to promos) and 120 bases making 1,770 possible combinations. . . . oh boy!
It saddens me therefore that I have to work at it to get people to play it with me - the fact it's best with only 2-3 players doesn't help. Hopefully one day the girlfriend will progress to this game so we can play it, but I don't know if this will be her theme really.......we shall see. Anyway, we got another expansion full of 70's themed factions - how do they fare? I'll just don my white suit. . .



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Broken Meeple Top 10 - Games with Multi-Use Cards

Multi-Use cards are one of my favourite mechanics. Whether it's 2, 3 or even 5 choices for a single card, it's the thought process that you go through consistently throughout the game when making tough choices I love. When it's done well, it's a superb mechanic. Which 10 games do I rank highest in this field?



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Season 2 Episode 25 - Weights

Sorry guys, I thought I uploaded this last week but apparently I hadn't! Shows how much is on my mind these days! :P But here you go, a new new podcast episode with some tweaks to the musical format as I wanted to give it a little bit of an update since the whole software calamity. I'll try to get the next out a lot quicker guys, maybe after I come back from UNCON 3.0 later in April.
Today I discuss my experiences at StabCon South over Easter including some new games I got to try and then I give my views on the hot internet topic of whether we as gamer's have got the "weights" of games all skewed?


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Broken Meeple Videos - Empires of the Void II Review

As you explore and interact with planets, you will discover unfolding stories of the fringe. Each inhabited planet is home to a unique alien species, with their own goals, values, and problems. Will you give aid by fighting off pirates, transporting goods, and curing strange diseases? Or will you invade and rule with a cruel hand?

I used to love the original Empires of the Void - how does the 2nd Edition improve on the original? Is it better or worse, has it solved the original issues, can you have both? Find out this and more in this lengthy review!

Who remembers the 1st Edition - did you ever try it with the Print & Play expansion? Thoughts on comparing the two?



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Broken Meeple Videos - Petrichor Review

Welcome to the lush world of Petrichor; you are a cloud. Your entire purpose in life is to expand, sire other clouds and water crops. Unfortunately, your mates (who are also clouds) have a similar plan. It’s up to you to manipulate the weather and assimilate these rogue clouds to contribute to the growth of as many crops as possible - all in order to claim the title of Most Valuable Cloud.



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Broken Meeple Top Ten - Games of 2013 (Retrospective)

I'm doing 4 videos on this, covering 2016 all the way to 2013 when I first started blogging. How have my tastes changed in that time? Let's finish the saga with 2013!!


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Broken Meeple APProved - Patchwork (STEAM)

In Patchwork, two players compete to build the most aesthetic (and high-scoring) patchwork quilt on a personal 9x9 game board. It's one of the most popular two player games out there and one of the first to kick-start the whole "polyomino" style games we now see a few off lately. 

So how does it fare with its STEAM release? And why do I suck so badly at this game? 


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Broken Meeple Videos - Fields of Arle: Tea & Trade Review

Return to East Frisia and bring more variety to your labors in the far North with the Tea & Trade expansion for Fields of Arle! This expansion adds tea — the national beverage of East Frisia — to energize your workers, as well as new ships for trading and fishing. Choose from a bevy of new features to add to your farm, including ditches that dehydrate your land and new buildings that grant you more options for maximizing your yields. With components to add a third player to the game, more players can enjoy the game than ever before. With new buildings, actions, and abilities, Tea & Trade includes everything you need to become a true 19th century farming magnate!



Is the third player addition exactly what I've been waiting for with Fields of Arle, or will it turn the game into a never-ending slog?



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Broken Meeple Videos - Topiary Review

I'm back!!! Yes Most of the things plaguing my life and software and free time are now resolved or on the mend so it's time to get back to some reviews, Top 10's and even more new content besides! Starting with Topiary - a nice, cute little filler game from Renegade that's done and dusted within 30 minutes max - is there enough to make it interesting though?




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Eldritch Horror: Masks of Nyarlathotep Review - Fantasy Fatigue Games

Is it possible to have Eldritch Horror fatigue? Certainly feels like it with the rate that expansions are coming out for it - it's getting ridiculous. Remember when Fantasy Flight once claimed that this would be a more streamlined version of Arkham Horror with considerably less bloat. Ha ha ha, good one Fantasy Flight, we almost believed you for a second. Well give them credit, they did streamline Arkham Horror, though perhaps not to the point of being an accessible game for all, but man did they jump on the expansion band wagon and bloat this thing up!

I've lost track now of how many there are and I've got every single one - so many that all my Arkham Horror / Eldritch Horror collection is contained within an Arkham Vault wooden box. It's arranged for quick assembly, but man it's like looking at the Ark of the Covenant - so much in there and it weighs a metric ton. So I guess I'm adding another expansion to the vault and it's a big box at that yet there's no board with this one. . . so why the big box?




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Broken Meeple APProved - Carcassonne (STEAM)

Sorry videos have been lacking lately, firstly it's been horribly stressful at work with extended hours in this peak period, secondly it's been convention season, thirdly I had the video assets issue to contend with following a PC upgrade and fourthly just to top it off, I caught the flu this week! Joy!!
However here it is folks! The first episode(s) of my new Broken Meeple APProved series! This will not replace reviews or Top 10's but I wanted to add more variety to the channel and I figured that as board game apps are such a big part of gaming now, that I'd go check a load of them out and show you how they work by giving them a playthrough, hopefully for your enjoyment.
Each game will feature up to two videos - one for a tutorial mode if the game has one and another for the actual playthrough. Now this is a work in progress and I'm always up for improving the quality so consider this a "pilot" episode if you will. I'm open to constructive criticism for improving audio, picture, style, whatever so feel free to leave your ideas in the comments (please be nice! :P)
Otherwise, I hope you enjoy my playthrough of Carcassonne on STEAM!




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Season 2 Episode 24 - AWARDS

Sorry its been a while guys - work is causing me no end of sleepless nights and my recent PC calamity didn't help! That's why this episode is a little more "slapdash" than usual. But bear with me, next episode should see a return to form!

In this episode I take on two main topics - firstly I reflect on my recent experiences at AIRECON, the growing convention in Harrogate run by Mark Cooke and his team. This time I brought my girlfriend along who's not a gamer by nature - so how did it turn out?

After that with the announcement of the Golden Geek Awards 2017 on BoardGameGeek - I have a few words.........and rants........to say about them.



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