You have a cousin in Egypt, and they’re in trouble…sound like Love Letter to you? Of course, it does. Lovecraft Letter reinvents Seiji Kanai’s card deduction classic, and with a new spin, changes the dynamics of this short-game favourite forever. Matt gives us a love letter inspired quiz, and there’s Jaime’s Top Ten. Plus, discount passwords, and the winner of Unearth.
It’s all above ground like a post-hibernation rodent, but this is no groundhog day. Unearth is here, brand new and sparkling, straight from Brotherwise, to 7LH, to your ears. We have a new segment: Jaime’s Top Ten (with an incredible theme tune from Danul), Matt’s quiz, a winner for our Tokaido give-away, and Matt thinks out loud…several times.
‘Mr Jack’ with Mr Cathala. Bruno Cathala is back to tell us about London in 1888 and the terror walking the streets known as, ‘Jack the Ripper.’
To this day the murderer is unknown, and here’s a game that puts you in the role of either the investigator or the fleeing Jack.
Then a ‘Matt’s Quiz’ theme tune happens, Neets and Twooze with the announcement of last month’s game winner, plus a whole bunch of geeky opinions.
It’s time for a tale from the vale, Mystic Vale. Sleeve up, and bring the rest of your jumper, for a druidic clash of card construction. There’s a Matt’s Quiz hosted by Jaime, your Neets and Twooze, a winner of a copy of Isle of Skye and all your password needs for July.
I love sky, and just as well, it’s everywhere. Isle of Skye, however, is best found in your local Good Games store. We ask if the Mull of Kintyre should be classed as highlands whilst we unwrap the Scottish secrets of journeying from Chieftain to King. We also have your Neets and Twooze, Matt’s Quiz’s theme tune, and somebody WINS Unfair…totally fairly.
There’s a clown in the drain, but if you think that’s unfair, you haven’t played Joel Finch’s carnival classic, ‘Unfair.’ Joel pops in to the pod to explain why a Funfair is better without one of its ‘F’s’ (Spoiler Alert: It’s the first one). We listen to Matt’s quiz’s theme tune, talk week in geek, Neets and Twooze, somebody wins Arkham Horror the card game and, of course, we talk you through Good Games Publishing, and CMON’s ‘Unfair.’
In a recent survey of Arkham residents, ‘Cultist’ was listed as the most common occupation; second only to retail.
Thankfully H.P.Lovecraft wrote very little about cashiers. What he did write, inspired Fantasy Flight to make a living card game. In this episode, the guys discuss their findings after a month of playing, ‘Arkham Horror The Card Game.’ There are Neets and Twooze, a winner of our Burgle Bros. giveaway, and a password for Arkham Horror The Card Game. Thanks to Danul of ‘Both World’s School of Music’ for the fabulous pod-blob for Matt’s Quiz.
Have you ever considered keeping a chihuahua in a safe? No, neither have we, but Tim Fowers has. And he drops into the pod to talk everything there is to know about Burgle Bros. It’s his self-published heist masterpiece that will have you ravin’ for The Raven, and dodging laser security like Catherine Zeta-Jones in lycra.
Despite our best efforts, Matt does a quiz before we dive into your Neets and Twooze and announce last month’s winner of Blood Rage.
John Zinser, CEO of AEG drops by to have a chat with Jaime about the forthcoming KickStarter campaign for Thunderstone Quest. It’s a great chance to listen to where AEG are taking their dungeon crawling deck-builder classic.
Strap into your longship, and set sail for all the glory you can pillage; it’s Blood Rage. When the red mist descends, or your Rok has been Ragna’d. If you’re a fjord man, or you’re happy with a Japanese import…you should always be ready for a bit of Blood Rage. Thankfully, 7LH is here with an episode all about Eric M.Lang’s Viking masterpiece.
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