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Thanks for doing this Stephan. I was wondering if you plan to make any expansions for Medieval Academy?

Hi

I am not aware of any plan for #Medieval Academy expansions. FYI, we are no longer distributing Blue Cocker in the USA.

It's too bad because I think Medieval Academy is a cool game.

#Trick Shot

#Jaws

#Calico

#Carreau

#Era: Medieval Age

Unfortunately, haven't played Jaws yet and Era I just grabbed from the GameNerdz DOTD yesterday so it's on hold for now. Trick Shot is definitely my favorite so far.

Last week was a great week of gaming! Got in some new hotness and old classics, too. 

#Red Rising - I've now played at 3p & 4p counts, and I think this game is going to shine with higher player counts. Hoping to get a 5p soon.  Red Rising definitely rewards multiple plays, as getting to know the cards and the flow of the game is key. 

#Star Wars: Dark Side Rising -  this is a euro only version of the popular "Rising" series ( #Thanos Rising: Avengers Infinity War etc.)  A looming Darth Vader tries to stop you from stopping the emperor from building the Death Star. Wow, this was a lot tougher than I thought. Vader dispatched us pretty easily.  AMA if you have questions!

#Bristol 1350 - my first play of this charming (?) little competitive game about avoiding The Bubonic Plague. I loved the production (Facade Games knocks their deluxe editions out the park -- the entire Book series is great at that) and loved the push your luck / social deduction twists. I'd definitely play it again. 

Got in two games of #Beyond the Sun on BGA.  Didn't win either but came very very close. Hit me up on BGA if you want to get in a game, I love this game! 

I have recently gotten in to a historical game/wargame kick so there is no moritorium on buying games here.  (Although I do try to pace myself.)  

I recently played #Cuba Libre which someone in my gaming group owns and loved it so I grabbed #Andean Abyss which should be coming soon.  Looking forward to that!

I finished a 5 turn playthrough of #Pericles: The Peloponnesian Wars yesterday and I am really looking forward to playing it again.  What a great game!

I got in to the P500 for #China's War: 1937-41 which is another COIN game that has made their cut.  I am not sure how long P500's take so I will look forward to it later this year I am guessing? 

I also P500'ed for #Vijayanagara: The Deccan Empires of Medieval India, 1290-1398 which is a new style of game described as "Irregular Conflict".  It's a new style that sort of has COIN elements but allows for more breaking of the mold.  Also looking forward to this one!  It hasn't made the cut yet so who knows when it will come.

For the rest of the year I am looking forward to buying/trading/enjoying more games in this area of gaming.

What is your favorite theme for a game? Pirates, space, medieval, etc.

Nice giveaway

1- I love Roman epoch and I've seen some french review of the game, but I won't pay 250$ for a boardgame.

2- Probably Auztralia, nice solo and 2 maps, but it was hard when you receive a ks game every month to choose.

3- Red Outpost with the mechanic of the mood making point and using some workers on a bad place to cut chance of too many points with their influence.

4- ERA: medieval age, Rise of Tribes, Coraline: beware the other mother, Auztralia and Red Outpost  are my 5 favorites this years for their solo. :) 

1. I believe it was BBG. But possibly a google search.

2. Probably my entire life. I have always been playing games. More in my tweens and Teens and now at 47 I Love the hobby. Co-owner of BSGame.ca and our first designed game came out in January. May games in development but about 3-4 getting much closer to finished...

3. At the moment is the best part because it always changes. Mathemagician's Duel but we will not count it because I am biased. So... Raptor, Imhotep, Medieval Academy. But it is always so hard to pick. Space Hulk and Blood Bowl if we are talking miniature games.

 

1. A dry gray, dytopian mess.  Pick something to do, get some things or move some things, use, those things to do a few more things, win the game if you did the most efficient things.  Lots of wood and plastic pieces that do those things you do.  

2. Take turns placing differently colored wooden people onto a board to take an action.  Lots of different actions to take that do differnent things from gaining money and other stuff to moving our some other wooden pieced.  Medieval themed with cartoony art.

3. Collect bird cards and eggs using food and try to have the best birds by the end of the game.

4. Braveheart themed game that you try to buy land and buildings or livestock to make items to sell or trade to get different items your buildings don't create.  Score points for doing these things better than other players.

5. Put some cardboard pieces together and read a bit of story.  Pick a character to play with and move around on the cardboard pieces trying to defeat enemies.  If you complete that bit of story you get to put together different cardboard pieces and try to kill different enemies.  The better you do at this the more experience you get and different bits of story can be read.