At Gen Con, we were very fortunate to spend some time with game publishers and designers.
In another of those Gen Con conversations, we spoke with R&R Games' President and CEO, Frank DiLorenzo. R&R Games is known for great gateway games, popular party games (like the Times Up series), and heavier strategy games like Coal Baron and New Haven. They are also the publisher of 2013 Spiel des Jahres (German Game of the Year) winner, Hanabi. We spent some time talking about a wide swath of games offered by R&R Games and had a great time.
The R&R Games titles that we mentioned or discussed in this episode include:
Get a Life
Guess the Mess (Board Game Geek Link)
Strike a Pose
Hearts of Attraction
Hide and Seek Safari
Igor: The Monster Making Game
Igor: The Life of the Party
R&R Games' version of Deluxe Hanabi - Coming in October
1st & Goal
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