Geek & Sundry’s Tabletop is back with Lanterns as the first game played on the show’s newest season.
Tabletop continue the adventure in the second part of their Mice & Mystics playthrough by Plaid Hat Games. The enemies are getting tougher and the heroes have to work together in order to survive. This is still one of the best dungeon delving adventure board games out there…
Another pair of cool games to potentially add to your collection thanks to Tabletop this week. In this episode they broke out a dice rolling game called Roll For It! and a deck building game by the name of Sushi Go…
Wil Wheaton and friends have been playing another game this week. Tabletop plays host to superheroes of Legendary: A Marvel Deck Builder in another episode of Tabletop.
If you’re looking for a simple yet strategic Euro-style game for your board game collection then you should certainly check out Kingdom Builder which was on the most recent episode of Tabletop with Wil Wheaton and co…
Wil Wheaton and friends played Love Letter and Coup which are two games all about deduction and bluffing. Both of these games might sound a bit weird but they are well worth playing as a nice stop gap game.
You can catch up with the second episode of the Dread playthrough on Wil Wheaton’s Tabletop where things get decidedly more horrific and things go sour for our three trapped travelers. It’s well worth tuning in for this one to see how the story ends.
Wil Wheaton’s TableTop this week played host to a fantastic RPG that I’ve had the pleasure to play on occasion called Dread which uses a fantastic mechanic familiar to most people, a Jenga Tower!
See what you think of the world of Five Tribes which is filled with Djinn and Sultans plus a lot (and I mean a lot) of assassins looking to stick a knife in your back.
See what you think of the funny voices that come with Epic Spell Wars which is the latest game to appear on Tabletop from Geek & Sundry this week.
See what Tabletop makes of Sheriff of Nottingham from Arcane Wonder. This is a neat game of bluffing and haggling where you’re trying to tempt the Sheriff not to open your bag of contraband!
Tabletop is back again with a rather heavier game than normal. This time they’re heading back in time to do some worker placement with Stone Age.