New TCbH Stuff!

Holy cow, what a crazy productive week. We have so many things to share with you, and it feels like we are just barely getting started. First off, I wanted to mention that we are (finally) making a big push toward video... Well, as big of a push as one dude in Alaska with about 10,000 other things going on can do. But I Digress! We'll have some content going up with some regularity, and hopefully we'll be able to get a really tight format down over time. To start us out, we have a first impressions video for Hellas & Elysium:

(I adore the new theme music)

Next up, I got a pair of reviews that I have yet to talk about. Luke Muench of Budget Board Gamer wrote us a nice review of one of our favorite games, Cyclades. He really hits the nail on the head as to what makes the game so special among a sea of minis on maps. As for me, I had a completely different type of area control game to discuss, the mighty Ethnos, featuring pretty much the raddest pairing of oldschool artwork and skittle-rainbow components of all time. Both reviews are up now for your viewing pleasure! Oh, speaking of reviews, are you listening to our TCbH review podcast channel? It's a great way to plug our reviews straight into your brain holes.


And FINALLY, saving the best for last, we have a new interview posted with Morten Monrad Pedersen of the Automa Factory, the guys who are contracted to help Stonemaier Games with their awesome solo variants. Morten is the brain child behind the mighty Scythe solo mode, which is what I lost my solo virginity to (that sounds salacious... and weird). Anyway, you can totally listen to that on iTunes, stitcher, or our podcast feed on the site.

PHEW! What a week...