I'm a big fan of variety when it comes to board games, and whilst we don't have the largest collection out there we certainly have enough that we could play different games each week. I'm very grateful we are able to do this, it keeps the hobby fresh for me and I get to try out lots of new games... but the flip side of this is I never feel like I truly master a game.
This week we talk about taking the time to try and master a game and what that would entail, including the importance of repeat plays and the ethics of looking up strategy tips.
Also do you need to play the same game over and over, or can just generally master board gaming and become a master of gaming?
We also have our usual discussion about games we played in the week including Magic Maze, Untold Adventures Await and Codenames Pictures.
Check out our social media to catch up with us the rest of the week and check out the Inside Voices Network for more great podcasts.