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What does everyone do with their expansions and expansion boxes?

Dice Tower Episode 303
What to do with those expansion boxes?
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Unfortunately, our review of Castles of Burgundy is delayed for another week. But, after several weeks of conflicting schedules, we were finally able to get the whole group together for game night and squeeze in a few games, including the family/party game Dixit. Watch our YouTube channel in the coming weeks for our full review.
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Guide to Gaming: Ameritrash vs. Eurostyle--What's the Difference?
by Jonathan Wolf

When you enter the world of hobby board gaming, even for a quick visit, you will hear about a few different styles of board games. And of course they are referred to by names that don't mean anything unless you already know what they mean.

The styles and names I'm referring to are these: Ameritrash, Eurostyle/Eurogame, with the third option being Mass Market. The styles often collide and intermix, but knowing which type of game you like and what to expect from each type of game can help narrow down the choices when you're looking to try or buy a new game. The following descriptions are generalizations to help you get a feel for what each term means; by no means are any of these hard-and-fast rules, and there are many games that either break out of the normal mold or combine elements of both Euro and American styles of gameplay.

Everyone has fond memories of gaming as a kid. Did you ever stop to think what it was that you really liked about those games? Here's a list of traditional favorites and some ways they are connected to newer social strategy games. Take a look some great games.