Apr 23, 2018
You know how the film end and all the plot twist along the way. Does it ruin your experience if you watch it again? Now board games are doing the same, with linear story telling and plot twist that you will discover. But will you play it again?
We are delve into our dungeon and torture our special guest about their favourite games, as well as get their side of “Spoiling Storytelling”
***Welocome to Babblot***
Welcome Jamie Kegie
***What's been happening in Babblot*** 12:58
Batman after party
Game Topper Nation on Facebook
Rustic Wood Creations
A Weather update
***Things That Make Us Go Hmmmm!*** 24:58
More Kickstarters than money
Game Topper giveaway at Dice Tower Con
Battlestar Galatica miniatures game
***What Game Is Behind The Door***
A quiz show section, where we quiz our guest, in our dungeon, about games. Can you guess what the answers before us?
***The Babble*** 1:08:24
Board game that have a narrative. A story. A line of play. Should they be considered a real game or just a one off experience, if you can only play them once…?
Does a “only play once” game justify space on your shelf?
Does knowing the outcome spoil the second play?
Are there ways around the linier narration?
How do you feel about spoilers?
Other games we talk about:
Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective, The 7th Continent, The Grizzled, This War Of Mine, Gloomhaven, Charterstone, Seafall, Unlock, The Pursuit Of Happiness, Welcome To Centerville, Gaia Project, Mansions Of Madness, Time Stories, Dungeons & Dragons, Twilight Imperium 3, Chronicles of Crime, Near & Far, Above & Below, Sheriff Of Nottingham