Check Out The Games & Guests For Tabletop Season Three

November 11, 2014 by brennon

Tabletop from Geek & Sundry got its funding for Season Three and that of course means more games and more guests. Wil Wheaton posted up the full list of both on his blog so you can now keep an eye out for both your favourite games and favourite people too...

Dead of Winter

  • Tokaido – Jason Wishnov, J. August Richards, Chris Kluwe
  • Concept – Joseph Scrimshaw, Rett and Link
  • Roll For It and Sushi Go! – Jason Ritter, Jennifer Hale, John Ross Bowie
  • Forbidden Desert – Felicia Day, Alan Tudyk, Jon Heder
  • Love Letter and Coup – The Fine Brothers and Felicia Day
  • Hare & Tortoise and Council of Verona – Jessica Merizan, David Kwong, Alison Haislip
  • Sheriff of Nottingham – Meredith Salenger, Ashley Clements, Derek Mio
  • Stone Age – Nika Harper, Jesse Cox, Jordan Maron
  • Geek Out – Anne Wheaton, Bonnie Burton, Clare Kramer
  • Five Tribes: Jenna Busch, Richard Garriot, Satine Phoenix
  • Epic Spell Wars: Jonah Ray, Emily Gordon, Veronica Belmont
  • Mice & Mystics, Chapter One – Anne Wheaton, Ryan Wheaton, Nolan Kopp
  • Dread – Molly Lewis, Ivan Van Norman, Laura Bailey
  • Catan Junior – Emily Anderson, Brett, Baligrad, Adam Chernick
  • Libertalia – Karen Gillan, Seth Green, Clare Grant
  • Kingdom Builder – Yuri Lowenthal, Tara Platt, Paul Scheer
  • Dead of Winter – Dodger Leigh, Grant Imahara, Ashley Johnson
  • Legendary – Allie Brosh, Mark Fischbach, Brea Grant
  • Tabletop After Dark: Cards Against Humanity – Aisha Tyler, Ali Spagnola, Laina Morris

Love Letter

Mice & Mystics

Quite the list and quite the selection of games. Of the lot I'm really looking forward to Mice & Mystics which is a fantastic dungeon delver with mice (who would have guessed), Love Letter & Coup which are great bluffing games, and Dead of Winter from Plaid Hat Games which is one of the best games of the year full of survival horror style decision making.

Sheriff of Nottingham

Sheriff of Nottingham is also going to be a lot of fun, another great bluffing game, and of course Cards Against Humanity rounding things off.

What are you looking forward to most?

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