Sunday, July 26, 2015

Abstract Impressionism - Episode 14

Episode 14...wow, time flies. This week's episode is called Abstract Impressionism because we are looking at the often overlooked world of abstract games.

We start with an overlooked gem from Twilight Creations, Easter Island. That is followed up with a look at the first published abstract micro-game, Blue Orange Games' Attila. Then we look at our first Reiner Knizia game: Indigo, published by Ravensburger.

For our Game of the Week, we start with an interview of the games designer and founder of Yodeo Games, Ian Reed. We follow that up with our review of his game, Convert.

Sit back and enjoy an abstract view of some great games.

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