BGB Podcast #142 – Play Me a Memory
Don’t you forget about me.
Blessed are the forgetful, because they don’t have to play memory games? After all, games with a strong memory component often get a bad rap in the hobby. We look at some of the reasons why very few games want to test your memory, and just to be otherwise, we discuss some of our favourite games that do. Before we walk our mind palaces, we talk about Fort, Under Falling Skies, and Tellstones: King’s Gambit.
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01:47 – Fort
10:15 – Under Falling Skies
17:56 – Tellstones: King’s Gambit
29:37 – Ghost Turkey 2020
32:52 – Memory as a Game Mechanic
38:43 – Carnival of Monsters
39:38 – Inis
42:01 – El Grande
45:51 – Modern Art
47:50 – Tigris & Euphrates
48:43 – Time’s Up!
51:09 – Cthulhu Wars
53:08 – Heroes of Land, Air & Sea
56:03 – Aeon’s End
57:24 – Dune
Thank you to Heart Society for generously letting us use What’s On Your Mind, Kid? from their album Wake the Queens.