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Episode #212: Top ten story-telling games
June 07, 2011 8:05 AM

In this episode, Moritz enters the Mansions from Madness, and Ryan finds another game show he hates. We answer a pile of questions, and give our top ten story-telling games - whatever that means.

This week's show is available in two formats:
Regular (mp3): Episode 212 (mp3 - audio only)
Enhanced (m4a): Episode 212 (m4a - audio with pictures)

Episode #212: Top ten story-telling games, audio/mpeg, 21.4 MB, length 59:18
Tom J Vasel


Large-Group Games
Joe Flanik
June 10, 2011 3:33 PM

I like Citadels for my (rare) large game nights. If you use the Queen card and don't have any face-down cards, you could play it with nine people. A bonus is that it's quick to teach and isn't so dense as to deter non-hardcore gamers. With some extra bits to represent extra sets of meeples, I don't see why Carcassonne couldn't be played in a bigger group, especially with a few expansions thrown in to increase the amount of tiles.