This week’s episode of the Dicebreaker Podcast may have been pre-recorded – the video team were out doing important work for a very important project – but that doesn’t mean that it isn’t essential viewing/listening material.
Episode 105 sees Matt, Maddie and Meehan chatting about the tabletop games they’ve been playing lately, which turned out to be quite a lot! All three hosts discuss their opinions on the third entry in the unofficial ‘Mythic Trilogy’ - which also includes Blood Rage and Rising Sun – Ankh: Gods of Egypt. Having played it together, including for last week’s stream on the Dicebreaker YouTube channel, the trio discuss their feelings on the epic Ancient Egyptian-themed title.
Also up for discussion is Crescent Moon, an asymmetric board game that has players becoming characters in an intense war between rivals of a fictional Islamic kingdom. With Crescent Moon having the potential to become the next Root, what did the podcast hosts think of this intriguing and beautiful-looking wargame?
Other board games discussed on this episode include Wayfarers of the South Tigris – the first game in the third trilogy from Raiders of the North Sea publisher Garphill Games – superhero tabletop roleplaying game City of Mist and a very impressive-looking fan-made board game based on the Last of Us video game series.
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Games (and other stuff) discussed
- Crescent Moon
- Ankh: Gods of Egypt
- Wayfarers of the South Tigris
- City of Mist
- Last of Us Game