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Season 2 Episode 2

Love board games but don’t have time to try out the new ones? Well shut up, sit down, and watch us review Archipelago. We’ll help you explore.

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30 Comments

Wickerless

July 24, 2020

The fact that colonists are white meeples and natives are black is accurate if anything.

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Christopher Mason

July 24, 2020

Is that a- Oh. I see.

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IvorStiffan

July 24, 2020

What was that utter nonsense about colonialism….

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Dimitris Xanthis

July 24, 2020

archipelago or merchants&marauders?

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Radovan Ivanovic

July 24, 2020

And here I was, thinking Dead of Winter was original

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MaxxamusTime

July 24, 2020

Reference pineapple is hilarious 🤣

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J.

July 24, 2020

Entertaining :D. Anyway, I love how fun this game sounds :). My gaming group would love it!

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johnyramble

July 24, 2020

I love Archipelago, but the Pyramid card drives me crazy. Why would anyone build pyramids during the 15th century colonization of America?

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H Karimi

July 24, 2020

Coopetition = competition + cooperation.

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Seikowski V

July 24, 2020

I was turning a blind eye to the colonization thing until they got onto turning the natives into workers and, well, that shit is no fun. Why not make a game where you get to play Nazis designing death camps, while we are at it?

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Saibrock

July 24, 2020

This looks exactly like FFG's upcoming New Angeles.

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Endgegner3000

July 24, 2020

still gaming this sometimes?

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trickykid3000

July 24, 2020

Is it wierd to be nickel and diming your teamates all the time??? I feel like that would get kind of tedious after a while….looks like an amazing game though.

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Gnarrkhaz

July 24, 2020

Wait, so the sympathiser wins when the natives revolt? So far so sensible. But that also means that it's in the interest of the sympathiser to spread discontent among the natives. Collecting taxes and slave trading are the sympathiser's best friends. I'm trying hard to find a reason why this is even remotely thematic because i really want to like this game but stuff like this really bugs me.

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UnimatrixOne

July 24, 2020

Brillant acting! Great, funny, cool!

Love this review!

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ashez2ashes

July 24, 2020

This sounds like an awesome game.

There's no way I'd ever get any of my friends to play it. :/

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G M

July 24, 2020

Fantastic review for a great game!

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Matthew Simpson

July 24, 2020

i like the Aristocats mug, cute 🙂

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alexnobody1

July 24, 2020

3:55 Watch the pineapple. XD

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weesh

July 24, 2020

I've forgotten how to pronounce "Archipelago"

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cyber6sapien

July 24, 2020

"Strange new wood!" LOL!

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Fredrik Eklöf

July 24, 2020

Lost it at the "reference-pineapple"! XD

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weesh

July 24, 2020

Was quinn not supposed to admit that the games weren't real? Is that it?

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weesh

July 24, 2020

"almost like being an adult" HAHAHAHA!

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Nixod

July 24, 2020

sooooo, why do all the natives look like Maoris when this is clearly not New Zealand?

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Fire Bomb

July 24, 2020

12:45, so its Russia?

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Magaly Marie

July 24, 2020

@qqyymvn true that dude DUDE! ive been wasting my time with this game all day have a look its tight > bit.ly/15h6Z93?=hejxo

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DarkenedYeastExtract

July 24, 2020

I feel like that the designers tried as hard as they could to not have the game disassociated from its real world history. I feel it was more of a commercial issue that required them to gloss over facts that "hiring" workers are more likely enslaving them. It feels like a lot of this stuff is purposely in the subtext to convey the probably better light the real-life colonists leaders felt about themselves. (I'm not enslaving them! I'm perfectly providing for them for the honest work they give)

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Ciretho

July 24, 2020

Best ending

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BlackfootFerret

July 24, 2020

Nice horror ending 🙂 I have no idea what's going on, but the game looks interesting

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