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Each member of our family picked a favorite game to play at Halloween. What's in your top 5? The post 265 – Top 5 Family Games for Halloween – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.
 
We had a great time on this interview and couldn't stop laughing! Listen for yourself and find out why Chris Leder is the "Director of Fun" for Calliope Games. The post 263 – Chris Leder – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.
 
This week, we're talking about board games on screens, whether that's app-assisted, pass-and-play adaptations, online games, or virtual board games that couldn't exist without the advantages of technology. The post 262 – Games on Screens – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
It's boardgame convention season. We're not actually attending GenCon or Origins this year, but we've still got some interviews with some of the creators of hot new games. The post 261 – Convention Interviews! – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.
 
We explore Thunderworks Games history and future with Tim Virnig. In this episode: Roll Player Adventures, Cartographers Heroes, Cape May, and a little preview of what's coming in 2022. The post 259 – Tim Virnig, Thunderworks Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.
 
Let's talk about games kids can bring to school and play at recess! Small, quick, and easily replaceable (cheap). The post 258 – Board Games at Recess! – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week we welcome Vince Vergonjeanne, one of our "favorite human beings in board games", and the founder/CEO of Lucky Duck Games. The post 257 – Lucky Duck Games w/ Vince Vergonjeanne – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
What is action selection? We talk about this wide family of board games and pick a few that should help you and your family learn and grow. The post 256 – Room to Grow: Action Selection Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
A lot has changed since we last talked to Dustin from Board Gaming with Education... The post 255 – Board Gaming with Education, revisited – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week, we're discussing games that have been sized down, either for portability or for a faster & simpler experience. Are these smaller games worth it? The post 254 – Honey, I Shrunk the Game – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week on the show, we have a dear friend of ours who has been making a name for himself on TikTok in a crazy way - pipe organ videos! The post 253 – Outside Board Games with Wesley Hall – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
Introduce your kids (or non-gamer grownups) to drafting with a series of games that grow in complexity. What is drafting? A drafting game is one in which players pick something... The post 252 – Room to Grow: Drafting Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week on the podcast we have the Tabletop Bellhop himself, Moe Tousignant. What is The Tabletop Bellhop? How it can help you? The post 251 – The Tabletop Bellhop – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week, we talk about the games we've played the most this year (January-June). What is it we like about them & why are they played more? The post 250 – The Quarter-K Show – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
We continue our gameschooling series by interviewing the student himself, our son Asher. 249 Fact – “Lot No. 249” is a Gothic horror short story by Arthur Conan Doyle. Read it here: https://www.arthur-conan-doyle.com/index.php/Lot_No._249 Sponsor message: If you want to talk to First Move about other habits you can build to take that next step towa…
 
Have you heard of gameschooling? We revisit what worked for us this year, incorporating games into our homeschooling. The post 248 – Gameschooling (part 1) – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
We're joined by Katia Howatson, who creates awesome mosaics out of board game pieces. The post 247 – Board Game Mosaics with Katia Howatson – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
There has been huge growth in board games that also use mobile apps over the last couple of years. We're seeing more and more of it. We have 5 tips for playing app-assisted family board games. The post 246 – Five Tips for App-Integrated Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
Jonathan designed several of our family's favorite games, including Filler, Stroop, and The Kringle Caper. He tells us a bit more about those, and about his newest micro-escape room, The Independence Incident. The post 245 – Jonathan Chaffer – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
In Play This, Not That, we examine two "classic" games that you might be tired of - you want to encourage your kids, or parents, or friends away from these games, keeping the parts you enjoy from these games and ditching the parts you don't. The post 244 – Play This, Not That! Scrabble & Monopoly – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Fa…
 
Why do we need to "spring clean" our board games? How can you make the decisions on what to purge? We tackle the tough question of "how" in this podcast. The post 243 – Purging Board Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
Our goal with Room to Grow is to help you bring your kids through a series of games that grow in complexity. Logical deduction is a skill that usually needs to be intentionally taught; these three games will help you teach it! The post 242 – Room to Grow: Deduction Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
Once a quarter, we welcome a guest to the show who has NOTHING to do with board games, but is still awesome. This week, for our first episode of Outside Board Games, we welcome author Rajani LaRocca. The post 241 – Outside Board Games – Reading with Rajani LaRocca! appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
We pick roll and write games that avoid arithmetic and sequencing, in four levels of difficulty. Which roll and writes give players room to grow? The post 240 – Room to Grow: Roll & Write Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week, we welcome James Hudson, friend of the Family Gamers and part of Skybound Games publishing. Also, it's become tradition - James on the '39s! The post 239 – James Hudson, Skybound Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
Reading is great! But this week we want to talk about board games that don't require reading (or only numbers). You might be surprised at just how many options there are. The post 238 – No Reading? No Problem! – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
Rory O'Connor shares with us his recent experiments in storytelling, using the Untold system to flesh out the world of Prisma Arena and as a framework to run a solo D&D campaign. The post 237 – Dungeons & Dragons & Untold! With Rory O’Connor – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
When did you start playing games with your kids? And how do you get started if you haven't played with them before - no matter what age they're at? The post 236 – Babies and Boardgames – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
We're not known for doing anything in only a minute, but Sarah Shah is. She created "Board Games in a Minute" videos! The post 235 – Board Games in a Minute with Sarah Shah – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week, we're talking about games inspired by children's books - games that actually exist, and games we'd like to see! The post 234 – Children’s Books as Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
On this episode, we talk with Alex Radcliffe, founder of BoardGameCo and ambassador for boardgames all over the internet. His mission is spreading the love of board games and we just love it. The post 233 – with Alex Radcliffe – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
It's been a brutally long year since last February. And February is also the coldest, most miserable month. I'm so done with winter! But we will make it through. The pandemic is not done yet, but maybe we can suggest a few things we're looking forward to for this year. The post 232 – Most Anticipated 2021 – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first …
 
Dan Hughes tells us about CoraQuest. What started as a pandemic homeschool project with 8-year-old Cora has now become a full-fledged family dungeon crawl you can support on Kickstarter! The post 231 – CoraQuest with Dan Hughes – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
Your hosts Andrew and Anitra went away for 48 hours. We filled those hours with a giant stack of games, and we'll tell you about them. The post 230 – Intensive Gaming Getaway – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
We attended the virtual Boston FIG Fest this weekend, and have interviews with Manaworks Games, Runaway Parade Games, Hot Banana Games, and Tidbit Games. The post 229 – Boston FIG Virtual – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
It's almost Anitra's birthday! That means it's time for her to talk about a few of her favorite games. Find out her favorite "regular" game, one to play with kids, solo game, and 2-player game. The post 228 – Anitra’s Favorite Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week's guest is Jeremy Howard, an educator and a strong voice in the board game industry. What does he have to say about playing games with kids? The post 227 – Chatting with Jeremy Howard – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
Christmas time is here... and now past. We talk about the board game gifts we gave and received, as well as traditions we have and tactics we employ to keep Christmas morning from feeling too crazy. The post 226 – Christmas with The Family Gamers – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
It may be too late to shop for board games, but you can still get video games (downloaded) in time for Christmas! We have Stephen Duetzmann from Engaged Family Gaming on to talk about the games he would recommend for families this year. The post 225 – Video Game Gifts with Stephen Duetzmann – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family G…
 
This week, we are drowning in a deluge of dice games. It has been a really long time since we talked specifically about dice games (all the way back in episode 66!) and we thought that instead of doing a top 5, we'd talk about all the different ways dice get used in games. The post 224 – A Deluge of Versatile Dice – The Family Gamers Podcast appear…
 
It's been quite a year, hasn't it? We're joined by Isaac Villa and Ryan Gutowski to share our top five games of the year - and one that was a big disappointment. The post 223 – Top Five Games of 2020 – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
On this week's podcast, we walk you through our holiday gift guide. Not sure what games fit the people on your list? We can help! The post 222 – 2020 Holiday Game Gift Guide – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
This week, we have David Diaz, creator of Fossilis and head of Mesa Game Lab. The post 221 – Games, Art, and Design with David Diaz – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
One hundred episodes ago, we created our most popular podcast ever - our top 5 games for five players. We've got five more games that we'd highly recommend for this player count. These are games we really like with a fifth player, not just games that are "okay" at five. The post 220 – 5 More Games for 5 Players – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared …
 
Our guest this week is Grant Lyon, comedian and board game designer! His game Curmudgeon is coming out soon. The post 219 – Funny Board Game Moments with Grant Lyon – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
A continuation of our Room to Grow series. If you're interested in tile laying games but you're not really sure how to bring kids in and then grow them into more complex games, we've got suggestions for you. The post 218 – Room to Grow: Tile Laying Games – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.…
 
We sit down with Helaina and Josh from Kids Table Board Gaming and Burnt Island Games. What makes their games special? The post 217 – Kids Table Board Gaming! – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.The Family Gamers
 
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