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Dog Park Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #934

Dog Park (Birdwood Games)Game Title: Dog Park

Publisher: Birdwood Games

Designers: Lottie Hazell and Jack Hazell

Artists: Kate Avery, Holly Exley, and Dann May

Genre: Family friendly dog walking game

Year: 2022

Players: One to four players

Ages: 10+

Play time: 40 to 80 minutes

MSRP: $59.99

On this episode, I tackle my review of Dog Park from Birdwood Games. The family friendly board game puts players in the roles of dog walkers aiming to be the best in their field. Plus the latest tabletop gaming news from Free League Publishing, Z-Man Games, Hit Point Press, WizKids, Onyx Path Publishing, and more.

7:36 Tabletop gaming news of the day
31:26 Random musings and a brief intermission
41:40 Discussing Dog Park and how to play
1:20:43 Final thoughts and review score
1:26:00 Wrapping up

 

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    Dog Park Reviewed on The Gaming Gang Dispatch #934

    How you feel about dogs will no doubt play into how much you like Dog Park. While certainly not breaking any ground with anything not seen before, it's still a fine game aimed at those who enjoy lighter fare. I have issues with the randomness and lack of really providing an avenue for more than mostly seat of the pants game play. The production quality is top notch while the actual game is simply okay.
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