Goals: Have fun playing tabletop games!
Timezones: North American (EST, CST, MST, PST)
We utilize Tabletop Simulator, Teamspeak and stream on Twitch!
Tabletop Simulator: Saturday afternoons @ 4 PM EST; Bi-weekly Thursdays at 7:30 PM EST
Dungeons and Dragons: Friday evenings at 9 PM EST; Saturday evenings at 9 PM EST
Check the event calendar to the right to see what we're playing next!
We had planned to play Werewolf today but we fell short a couple of players so we decided to take a different direction and try out Kemomimi Panic. It's a social deception game much like Werewolf or Mafia but with a few key differences that create solid distinctions between the games. Once we got passed the anime girl art on the cards, we actually had a really great time with this one. Watch as our group tries to outwit each other to uncover or protect the thief, depending on which team you're on. We took great full advantage of Tabletop Simulator's "blindfold" feature in this one and it made for a very fun time!
We had a great, long game of Betrayal at House on the Hill. We tried out the new Widow's Walk expansion and triggered a late haunt from the new rules. Everyone turns against a single player in this one and it plays out in a very interesting way. The traitors fight to kill the lone survivor. Will the survivor escape or be trapped in the house forever? Watch on the see how it all unfolds in this creaky mansion of demise...
What fun! The crew hooks up with two new players to bring you this game of Carcassone. Grey and SamZ work on building an empire while AIMonster and Wintertide (dragon) build their own enemy base in the Southlands. Megabyte shows us how being a pauper might be a lucrative endeavor and there's even a road to nowhere. Check out the game as it unfolds in our video!
We're gonna give Mysterium the ol' college try today! Some great things have been said about this game and it was time to see what all the talk was about. Mysterium is an asymmetrical co-op game where one player, a ghost, attempts to communicate the method of their death to everyone else, the investigators, using abstract vision cards. Can we figure out who murdered Grey? Do all the clues suck? What did we think about the game personally? Watch on to find out.
This afternoon the gaming crew takes a trip back in time to the bronze, silver, and golden ages of civilization. Our task--to build a better, more glorious civilization than than our neighbors, and crush them in battle while we do it! 7 Wonders is a fantastic game for those wanting to get into board gaming for the first time. A few of our players were new to this one but everyone found it satisfying nonetheless. Watch on to see who will rule the day on this episode of IGC Tabletop!