On this segment we returned to Books & Brews to play Forbidden Island and Forbidden Desert, our first double feature! As always, we had another great experience at Books & Brews. Both of these games are cooperative and Forbidden Island is the more lenient of the two. The idea behind Forbidden Island is that you and your colleagues are trying to get off of an evil Island that is gradually sinking and plotting to drown all of you.
Sunday, June 21, 2015
Today we visited Mama Bear's Bakery in Geist/Fishers for cinnamon rolls and coffee. The cafe has a very welcoming feel to it. Between the wood carvings, the long wooden beams across the ceiling, and forest art, this cafe has a ski-lodge feel to it, which I really like. There's also a variety of breakfast food and lunch sandwiches. The employees seem nice and I could see us returning here again. The game of choice for today was Welcome to the Dungeon. The game has a push your luck element,
Sunday, June 14, 2015
On Today's segment Claire and I hit the New Day Meadery in fountain square. We've been to New Day several times and have always enjoyed their mead and atmosphere. For the most part their staff seem pretty respectful, and they have a monthly rotating art gallery which is really nice. New Day has their own selection of board games for their customers, but as usual we brought in one of our own games to review.
Sunday, June 7, 2015
Today for Boards and Brews it has been one month since our first at home segment, which means it’s time for our next at home segment. Tonight we played a more advanced deck builder, Thunderstone. Claire and I really love this game and understandably so. The best way to describe Thunderstone is D&D meets Dominion. For our previous at home segment we did it on Dominion and it’s crazy how much this game is like Dominion. We don’t own as many expansions of Thunderstone because it seems Dominion has always been the bigger hit within most gaming groups. This segment will just be us playing the original base game of Thunderstone.