Board Game Breakfast – BGG



Tom Vasel reviews the Cam Liink. Tom also discusses the importance of Board Game Geek. Plus, many great segments from a plethora of board game experts! Episode # 341.

This episode sponsored by Pandasaurus Games:

Chapters:
0:00 Introduction
1:18 30 Years Old
3:49 Called to Cultivate
5:21 Until May
7:18 Tom Reviews…Other Stuff
9:26 Ambie’s Untitled Segment
11:09 Josh Yaks
13:07 Dice Tower Productions
14:19 One Pip Wonder
17:21 Purge Reviews
19:22 Clara Barker
21:23 Tom Thinks
24:52 Smashin’ Buttons & Slammin’ Cards
26:43 Retro Board Game Corner
28:36 Outro

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All Comments

  • Any Breakfast featuring the retrogamer's parents is a good breakfast!
    Fantastic quality new contributors too!

    Dan Hughes July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Ambie is hysterical!

    Eric Steinbacher July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Retro Board Game Corner: I LOVED your mother hahaha 😀

    Lukas Vitroler July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Ambie 🤣
    So keen – I have a toddler and can’t wait to start her on games! I’m really hoping that she likes Boardgames 🤩

    Lani Ehrlich July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Josh! Don't drink it! Noooooo! lol

    KabukiKid July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Could you include a link to buy the shirts?

    Chris Fong July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Looking forward to more 10,000 & Below. Don’t skip Vicious Fishes! 😉

    Chicago Twilight July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • @RetroBoardgame: As always, parents, adorable. I had COMPLETELY forgotten about Avalanche but when your mom pulled out that board…huge smile. I loved that game.

    Armstrong Hawkins July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Clara Barker: That mic looks like a thermal detonator. Welcome and…looking ahead…u mentioned DnD. We need more DnD posts on this channel! #JustAThought

    Armstrong Hawkins July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Called to Cultivate… what great timing. Do you have any suggestions for board games (preferably not a 'educational game' that isn't fun) that will help a 4th grader learn fractions?
    Glad to see your segment, looking forward to it.

    Hair Brained Games July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • heads up, there's a typo in the show notes (extra blank space in the time stamp for tom thinks segment) 🙂

    Rahdo July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • @Clara – as a gender fluid board game content creator (Out of the Dust podcast), it was so cool seeing your segment in Board Game Breakfast. I think you're going to be a great addition to the team and I look forward to seeing your presence in future episodes!

    Bryce Journey July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • retro board game corner segment is hilarious

    lek siew wee July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Ambie: "I actually win all the time." ROFL

    Jay Hajj July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Best way to get kids to love games early on is just give them a bunch of games different kinds but don't worry about the pieces don't hound them about not playing by the rules give them the games fully and let them do whatever they want with them. Then slowly introduce a few rules here and there once three or four or so. In the beginning is just to encourage imagination and then as the kid gets older you can start introducing rulesets and see how they handling rulers or losing and adjust from there. Candyland is a great option to introduce rule sets around 3 or 4. Draw a card go to that color. While insanely boring for adults. Ice cool and most dexterity games like jenga work well for early rule introduction. A great thing to do is let your kid make a game from pieces and teach you how to play. My son tells me and teaches me every time how to play Kaboom now which is a little different every time

    Patrick White July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Loved the retro board game segment!

    James D July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Calledtocultivate. I didnt hear mention of the term you are describing. Gameschool is great and just about any game can hold some level of educational value. Perhaps referring to the term will help families find more content and each other.

    Kathryn Dowell July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Deanna @calledtocultivate , Immediate subcribe! We have homeschooled our two girls for the past 13 years. One is doing very well in college and the other is in 8th grade and going strong! Board games are a great way to sneak in some extra learning, aren't they? Great to see you here and looking forward to more segments!

    Wayne Lunsford July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • How hilarious was Retro Board Gamer's dad peeking over the plinko board?

    Autumn P July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • So cool to see Clara Barker having a segment!

    ralelunar July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply
  • Clara, love your globe-like microphone and also how your round logo and round microphone sort of mirror one another. Not sure why this stood out to me, but I like the aesthetic. 🙂

    Autumn P July 14, 2020 11:42 pm Reply

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