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Cardboard Cave is a board game podcast focusing on one game per episode. Listen as Trevor and Anna cover everything from the hottest hits and modern classics to forgotten games you just never hear about anymore. Welcome to the Cave!

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Latest Episodes

Cardboard Cave is a board game podcast focusing on one game per episode. Listen as Trevor and Anna cover everything from the hottest hits and modern classics to forgotten games you just never hear about anymore. Welcome to the Cave! On this episode, ... more

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Cardboard Cave is a board game podcast focusing on one game per episode. Listen as Trevor and Anna cover everything from the hottest hits and modern classics to forgotten games you just never hear about anymore. Welcome to the Cave! On this episode, ... more

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5 months ago

Cardboard Cave is a board game podcast focusing on one game per episode. Listen as Trevor and Anna cover everything from the hottest hits and modern classics to forgotten games you just never hear about anymore. Welcome to the Cave! On this episode, ... more

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6 months ago

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars from 8 ratings
  • If you love North Carolina accents this shows for you!

    Trevor is a great fellow at least he seems to be. He may have bodies in the basement no one knows about but until that discovery is made I’ll stick with he is a great fellow. Check out his show and make your own decision. Especially check out the one with Gaby on.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    chileangumbino
    United States5 months ago
  • Interesting and informative

    I’ve been listening to Trevor for a long time. I always enjoy his take on games. I usually agree with his opinions, and I’m not sure if that’s a good thing to say, but I’m ok with that. I am not a huge board game fan, but I am a huge Trevor fan. This podcast is no different. Very informative, interesting and fun. Keep up the good work.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Escapedsoul01
    United Statesa year ago
  • Non-commercialized board game talk

    A very indie board game podcast, with no reason to cater to any publisher or any expectations. Trevor has been around hobby gaming for about 20 years, so you’ll sometimes hear about games that are definitely not the hotness. They’re slowly but surely finding their footing, and one day will have the podcast they really want.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    AnnieMarie555
    United Statesa year ago
  • I guess it’s good I guess

    If you love board games this is a must listen. Anna is a breath of fresh air. She’s honest, sincere, and comes off very well on this show. Trevor is ok. And you know I’m completely unbiased in this opinion. But for real this is a must listen if you love board games and also don’t mind a small child interrupting at times with his input that’s more valid than Trevor’s.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Johnnyism
    United States2 years ago
  • Down to earth game discussions

    In my completely unbiased opinion (cough cough), Anna and Trevor are sincere and honest if nothing else. There's very little hype here: just board game talk. Sometimes, that's enough.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Trevor 1223
    United States2 years ago

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