VIDEO Tonight on GameNight!, Nikki, Dave, Mike, and Lincoln play Junk Art, designed by Jay Cormier & Sen-Foong Lim and published by Pretzel Games. Thanks for watching and please subscribe to us on YouTube - with more subscribers we get more freedom in how we run the channel. http://youtube.com/boardgamegeektv
Thanks for covering this game. I was just about to suggest it.
For such a popular game, there are really few quality gameplay videos.
Watching this, I was trying not to bump my desk for fear of knocking down the junk art. Great episode.
I think that this situation absolutely requires
a really futile and stupid gesture be done on somebody's part!
If I remember correctly, Monaco is similar to Indianapolis, but instead of shouting "done" you are racing to get through all ten cards, one after the other. So, after placing your first piece, you flip card 2 and place that, then card 3 and so on, all the way to 10. If any pieces fall, you must put them back on to your structure before flipping the next card. First to place all 10 wins.
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Posted Wed Nov 8, 2017 4:07 pm
As the year comes to a close I just wanted to say thanks for your episodes during the year. They are so much fun to watch! Would you consider doing an episode where each regular player does a Top 3 of all the games they played during the year on Gamenight episodes? This say, end of year, episode may also be interesting and fun to watch as your comments on games are a highlight of each episode. Cheers
mmm, Circus Peanuts
Thanks for the extra camera.
That was fun!
Its on my buy list now. I hope you are happy.
going to slam this baby on my lunch breaks
(this is not a hint)
(this is still the old picture and I am too lazy to update it)
The crazy structures were pretty impressive and it seemed like they were going to fall at any instant
This looks like a lot of fun. My kids were watching and I was telling them not to shake the table so that Lincoln's tower won't fall.
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Posted Thu Nov 9, 2017 3:39 pm
Thanks for the episode! After watching, my daughter, wife, and I all said we need to get this game, lol.
The cactus cards use the cactus meeples from Flick 'Em Up, so if you have both games, you can integrate those pieces for Nashville.
I had seen this game online at some point and it didn't interest me. Watching you guys play has changed that - per the norm. Ha! Thanks for this fun presentation of the game.