It's a bit late, but we're back in the saddle with Episode 1 of the Great Big Table podcast!
In this episode, we learn that we have listeners and, not only that, but they have offered feedback and contributed our first audio segment.
Yeah, we're as shocked as you.
We also discuss what traits make up good, and bad, games for couples. Then we dive into our list of games that have worked for us, as a couple, and may work for you.
Some of the games mentioned in this episode include:
1960 Making of the President
Balloon Cup (out of print, so here's the Board Game Geek page for the game)
Carcassonne: The Castle
Haba Bear Dominos
Haba Bock-Springen (Jump-A-Sheep) (out of print, so here's the Board Game Geek page for the game)
Haba Catch Me Game
Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age
Ticket to Ride
Adrienne also found that the Mazes and Monsters DVD is available from Amazon. Enjoy the horror, folks. Enjoy the horror.
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