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BGB Podcast #296 – Top 50 Games of All-Time 2023: 40-31

It’s the second leg of the grand tour that is the top fifty. This week, we’re doing our 40th to 31st favourite games … of all time! It’s almost like Christmas just keeps going! Grab a glass of sherry and join us by the fire, we’re not about to stop any time soon.

BGB Podcast #258: Top 50 Games of All-Time 2022: 30-21

It’s a new year, but the list must go on. The list, that is, of our top fifty greatest games of all time! It’s part three, which everyone knows is the dark middle chapter of every pentalogy, so expect some swoops, some turns, some revelations. Brace yourself for another thirty incredible games that we can’t wait to tell you all about.

BGB Podcast #220: Fantasy Draft: BoardGameGeek 501-600

It’s been a little while, but we’re back with the next hundred games on BoadGameGeek, and we’re drafting a five game collection from them. Who ended up with the best picks? Vote and you could win a $50 gift voucher! Before things get drafty, we talk about Imperium: The Contention, Wonderland’s War, and Gentes.

BGB Podcast #214: Bob’s Alright (For Fighting)

Return of the Bob! If you don’t know what a BGBBOB, boy you’ve missed out. Twelve games enter, and, well, they all exit, but only once they’ve been arranged in the appropriate order via a series of one on one fights. And fights are doubly appropriate this week, because we’re battling it out in search of the best combat systems. Before we wish for peace, we talk about 7 Wonders: Architects, Kokopelli, and Canopy.

BGB Podcast #205 – Top 50 Games of All-Time 2021: 40-31 (ft. Monique & Naveen)

We’re back for the second part of the year’s greatest celebration, it’s the top fifty! We’ve got thirty more incredible games to talk about this week, as we get into our games ranked 40th to 31st. This week in the peanut gallery, critiquing our picks, we’re thrilled to have Monique (the Lavender tank herself) and Naveen of Before You Play!

BGB Podcast #199 – Amerigames and Eurotrash

The split between Eurogame and Ameritrash gamers is as old as it it is silly, but in the last ten years it’s also become a lot more nebulous. It’s less clear than ever which side of the fence games fall on, so why still use these archaic labels at all? Maybe it’s time for a change. Before we heal the divide, we talk about Hostage Negotiator, Juicy Fruits, Sleeping Gods, and Witchstone.

BGB Podcast #190 – Why Are You the Way That You Are?

One of the things we love to do, especially if we’re playing a game for the first time, is analyse it while we’re playing. We’re sure this totally isn’t annoying for those around us. In particular, we love picking apart little mechanical choices, imagining what the designer’s thought process was, and wondering “why is that like that?” Before we get to speculating, we talk about Divinity Derby, Mexica, and Strasbourg.

BGB Podcast #182 – Fantasy Draft: BoardGameGeek 101-200

If you thought the Euro 2020 final was tense, wait until you listen to this episode. The next match in the world’s most anticipated series is now here, as we continue down the BoardGameGeek top games list, drafting a collection of five games. Whose do you think is best? Vote to stand a chance to win a $50 gift card! Before we make like snakes, we talk about Chinatown, Curious Cargo, and Mercado de Lisboa.

BGB Podcast #176 – Sweet Summer Lovin’

We love listener questions, and this week we’ve got a couple that we thought made for some fun talking points. Specifically, we’re trying to find the salt licorice of board games, and start planning some easy breezy summer games. Before our quick twosome, we talk about Trekking the World, Inkling, My City, and Ruination.

BGB Podcast #157 – Top 50 Games of All-Time 2020: 20-11

We’re moving into the terrible teens of the Board Game Barrage Top 50 Games of All Time. I learned all I know about American teenagers from TV, so I assume this is where all the sex and drugs come in. Let’s get to it then, forty (roughly) more games that we simply adore. As the list goes on, they only get better and better. That is, after all, the premise.