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Back in 2017 we launched the One Board Podcast where we shared what we were playing and reviews that were hitting the website. As the show evolved, we started a second show called “Will It Game?”. Ric and Ryan would take the terrible board game ideas in their heads and pitch them to gamers, content creators and designers from around the world.

Will It Game? has become its own force and it’s a show that we love to do. You can still find old episodes of the One Board Podcast in our feed. Beginning in Summer of 2022, we’re moving forward with Will It Game? as our only show. Subscribe and share with your friends, we have lots of terrible ideas rattling around in our heads.

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S1E08 – Board Game First Dates, Green Couch Games, Tiny Epic Quest Review

Ric and Ryan chat about games that make for a great first play with new people. Plus we spotlight Green Couch Games and review "Tiny Epic Quest". ...
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S1E07 – An Interview with Designer Tim Fowers, Paperback Unabridged Review

On this episode of the show, Ric takes some time to pick the brain of designer Tim Fowers. Tim talks about the design process, what goes into making new games and his latest creations that are shipping in 2018. You can find the great games mentioned in this episode at ...
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S1E06 – Dice Games We Love and Hate, Roll ‘n Write Mechanic, Kokoro Review

Dice games can be so random. So why do we love them so much? In this episode our friend Bob Crowell joins us to chat about dice games that we love and hate. In Mechanics Corner we chat about “roll ‘n write” games such as Viva Java, Castles of Burgundy the Dice Game, Balloon Pop, ...
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S1E05 – Kids Games That Don’t Suck, Worker Placement Mechanic, Fresco Review

We chat about kids games that don't suck. On mechanics corner we talk about "worker placement" games, plus Ric reviews the game "Fresco" from Queen Games. ...
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S1E04 – Gaming on a Budget, Keymaster Games, Campy Creatures Review

This week we’re talking about gaming on a budget. Can you really have fun with little to no money? In our designer/publisher spotlight we take a look at the Athens based publisher, Keymaster Games. This two man studio is behind the games Control, Campy Creatures and Claims of Gold (currently on Kickstarter). In our review ...