A monthly podcast dedicated to the history, evolution, present state, and future potential of our favorite board games.
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If this is the expansion to our first expansions episode, does that make it an Expansionception? more
Hi folks! Are you enjoying our podcast? Do you want even MORE of our podcast? Good, because here's the first part of our Expansion episode, wherein we talk about the first, worst, and best game expansions in our experience. Discussions include: more
Happy New Year! Last month, we took a look back at our favorite gaming things from 2022; this month, we're talking about some of the games we're looking forward to in 2023. Contents include, but are not limited to: more
This quickly became my favorite board game pod. Gamers taking games that have enough experience their perspectives matter. Sprinkled with history and crunch and we have a winner. Great content!!
I’m a big of fan of the board game content that the Ascent of Boardgames panel produces on a regular basis. more
AoB is my go-to to get a really deep understanding of what makes games work (or not!) The content is very approachable and covers a wide variety of types of games. It helps me understand the underpinnings of the games I love, and has suggestions for more I'd like to try.
These guys are avid gamers who each have an independent and interesting POV. Each episode covers a narrow slice of the hobby and cover both the styles of games and a detailed history of releases ( having come of age in the 70s, I am often left with a touch of nostalgia) up to the current year and they have play experience with most of them. more
If you prefer boardgame podcasts to include discussions about craft beers, whiskey, super hero movies, pop music, or early childhood gaming, this podcast might not be for you. Ascent of Board Games is a thoughtful and thorough discussion about games and game history from a group of adults who know their stuff. I really hope they're able to sustain the quality output.
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The Ascent of Board Games launched 5 years ago and published 61 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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