We’ve brought Andy back on the show to talk about two new games he has coming out now from FunWiz (a division of FoxMind), Brew Dice and Sports Dice: Baseball.
Sports Dice: Baseball is a 2-player game that pits a batter vs. a pitcher using dice to determine what happens in each at-bat.
Brew Dice is a 2-4 player game of speed rolling. Roll your 3 dice to be the first to match the shapes (coaster, snack, beer container) on the current card. Snatch the card before someone else can match it, too!
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Where would you play these two dice games?
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On this week’s episode, we’re looking forward to the holidays and talking travel!
But first, what we did this week:
- More Batman: Arkham City
- Machi Koro with the family
- Chip Chain (iOS & Android)
- eagerly looking forward to Fallout 4
- You should join Best Buy “Gamers Club Unlocked” if you buy new video games.
And now, on to the games!