Episode 153: Gaslands, Masmorra, and Hidden Movement and Hidden Roles

Hey Now Cabalists! In today's episode Steve and I review the post apocalyptic vehicular combat game, Gaslands! Then we look back at Masmorra one year later. Then after Tony T gives you one of the greatest news rundowns in the history of news rundowns, the gang will do a round table discussion about hidden role and hidden movement games.

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Feature Review: Gaslands

Gaslands is a tabletop wargame of car-on-car destruction in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Players form a racing team, and compete for money and fame, scrapping in between races for the resources they need for the next race.

Designed by Michael Huchinson

Published by Osprey Wargames

Gaslands Website

Lookback Review: Masmorra

Masmorra: Dungeons of Arcadia is a fast-paced, dice-driven dungeon crawl board game set in the Arcadia Quest universe where players control Heroes that explore three levels of a dungeon filled with monsters, traps and treasure! Bosses, special rooms and countless surprises await the Heroes, but only one can be the first to reach the final level and become the undisputed champion of the Realm! In Masmorra, players get to roll and re-roll a pool of Dice that guides their actions for their turn, and a unique dungeon is created as players lay down tiles while exploring it and fighting off monsters that are presented by special dice! But Heroes must also be aware of opponent Heroes, as they'll be able to use cards to disrupt their carefully laid-out plans!

Designed by Daniel Alves, Patrick Matheus and Eurico Cunha Neto

Published by CMON

BoardGameGeek.com Entry

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