Special Edition – Awards Show


On this final episode of the year, we bring you a special cast highlighting games that we have played over the last year or so that we really think deserve recognition in one way or another. We hope you enjoy it and look forward to bringing you more excellent news shows and specials over 2019. Thank you to everyone who has listened to us, got in touch and shared the cast. We are humbled by the response the podcast has gotten.

Iain, Jamie and Sam

Best short game – plays in under 30 mins

Iain – Carta Impera Victoria, Ludonaute

Jamie – Tank Chess, Forsage Games

Sam – Layers, Happy Boabab

Best Rulebook

Iain – Arkham Horror 3rd edition, FFG

Jamie – Blades in the Dark, John Harper & Evil Hat

Sam – Fog of Love, Hush Hush Projects

Best original Screenplay – An award for story in game

Iain – Arkham Horror LCG, FFG

Sam – Arkham Horror LCG, FFG

Jamie – Fog of Love, Hush Hush Projects

Best Adapted Screenplay – best game established from an intellectual property

Iain – Gladiatores, Badcat Games

Jamie – Battle for Rokugan, FFG

Sam – X-wing 2.0, FFG

Best Production/ most over produced game (suggested by Richard Simpson from the We’re Not Wizards podcast)

Iain – Cthluhu: Death may Die, CMON

Jamie – Dinosaur Island, Pandasauras games

Sam – My Little Scythe, Stonemaier Games

Best Visual Effects – An award for Art in games

Iain – Champion of the Wild, Big Imagination Games

Jamie – Troubled life of billy kerr, Hub Games

Sam – Keyforge, FFG

Most Innovative Product

Iain – Ruthless, Roland’s Revenge

Jamie – Fog of Love, Hush Hush Projects

Sam – Arkham Horror LCG, Labyrinths of Lunacy, FFG

Best Director – An award for best publisher

Iain – One Free Elephant

Jamie – Facade Games

Sam – FFG

Best Game we played this year, that wasn’t released this year – This is our game of the year award

Iain – Gloomhaven

Jamie – Photosynthesis

Sam – Azul

Best game that doesn’t exist

Iain – Eldritch Horror 2nd Edition

Jamie – Flicky Souls

Sam – Sushi-go Legacy, the unique deck game

Winner – Can you cook what the Rock is smelling

Iain McAllister

Tabletop games reviewer and podcaster based in Dalkeith, Scotland.

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