In this tawdry tornado of numerology the site's aged founders discuss Spyfall 2, Tyrants of the 1derdark and the Final Fantasy Trading Card Game (which has numbers in it) before dropping their respective top 5 board games of 2016. We'll warn you now, make sure you're sitting down when you hear Quinns' number one.
If anyone can't bear the wait until podcast #51, here are the winners of the Pearple's Choice Awards.
Quinns: DO NOT READ THAT OUT.
Paul: "Where did the boobs and swinging dicks go"?
Quinns: Ok, I can explain.
Paul: There's no need! It's a question all men must eventually ask themselves.
Quinns: I don't doubt that, but that note actually refers to the Kickstarter for Kingdom Death: Monster, version 1.5. Not only has Kickstarter's most ambitious board game made a comeback, it seems to have been de-sexed.
Why this strange change of interest? What's with Paul's new, more active lifestyle? And what is the meaning of Quinns' unusual delivery? That's a lot of questions for a Friday. Let's all go and have a lie down.
Junk Art contains over ten game different ways of playing and more than sixty large, colorful wooden components. It challenges players to create large, stable and cannily-built works of "art" from these pieces, according to the rules of whatever game mode they're playing. Some are collaborative, some are competitive and some are plain old chaos.
Spyfall 2! Surely the biggest, biggest news we’ll have this month, and maybe some of the biggest news we’ll have all year, is that Spyfall 2 is coming. Spyfall 2. SPYFALL 2. A sequel to one of our favourite games and to one of last year’s biggest and most deserved hits. Spyfall 2.