Kyle joins Nick to discuss games they’ve been playing recently: Lost Legacy – 4:08 Winner’s Circle – 10:47Cascadia – 18:33Spyrium – 27;14My City – 34:37Parade – 42:39 Subscribe to the Bitewing Games newsletter to follow our latest content and upcoming publications. Tags: my city, parade Read more articles Previous PostReiner Knizia Interview—Podcast ExclusiveNext Post2021 Holiday Board Game Gift Guide You Might Also Like How to Win Backers and Crowdfund Projects – A Case Study August 3, 2020 SaltCon 2020 March 16, 2020 Finding Games and Gamers to Game With – Podcast Exclusive April 11, 2021 This Post Has 4 Comments Philip 24 Sep 2021 Reply I am interested in getting a Knizia betting game some time. What do you think of Winner’s Circle vs Equinox/Colossal Arena? Nick Murray 24 Sep 2021 Reply Hey Philip! I would recommend Equinox first for a variety of reasons: -It’s cheaper and more readily available -It works better at a wider player count (I wouldn’t play Winner’s Circle below 4 players, but I would play Equinox) -It’s faster -I enjoy Equinox a bit more overall (it’s more thinky, cutthroat, and strategic) Philip 24 Sep 2021 Reply Thank you for the quick response. Slight shift in topic. Do you own either of the expansions for The Quest for El Dorado? If so, what do you think of them? How highly do you recommend them? Nick Murray 24 Sep 2021 Reply We have The Golden Temples! I’ve heard mixed reactions about Heroes & Hexes, which is why I haven’t bothered to try it. I do like Golden Temples, and I think it works well as a standalone game and as a combined epic experience (with the base game). Now that you bring it up, I’m actually quite keen to try it again soon. There were some weird, minor concerns that cropped up in our initial play of the standalone game, but Knizia Games usually deserve the benefit of the doubt when it comes to these kinds of concerns, and I suspect the game will become more competitive for us with more plays: https://bitewinggames.com/new-release-1st-impressions-scape-goat-the-king-is-dead-2e-pipeline-curious-cargo-tammany-hall-2020e-the-quest-for-el-dorado-the-golden-temples-new-york-zoo-my-city/ Leave a Reply Cancel replyCommentEnter your name or username Enter your email Enter your website URL (optional) Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.