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Play Games, Lose Friends

Play Games, Lose Friends

What happens when two competitive board gamers share their hobby with the world? Join Ken and Ryan to find out, as they play, discuss, and review a wide range of different games and the hobby in general.


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4 out of 5 stars from 7 ratings
  • Super personable hosts, and diverse games!

    Stumbled upon these guys recently thanks to Instagram. Since then I’ve listened through each episode and enjoy them very much! Nice that on one episode you can hear excitement for a deep lore, hardcore tabletop game like Oathsworn. And then the next hear the same excitement for something like Rummikub. Awesome that there’s such a variety of games being talked about, and have found some new stuff already that I’m interested in checking out. Thanks guys, keep it up!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago

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