One of Dicebreaker’s most anticipated board games of 2020 has come to Tabletop Simulator, so we decided to have a game and show you how it works.

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29 Comments

Mark Norris

July 15, 2020

24:45 Send 'em home in an ambulance and break into their what now?

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BrawnyFanta

July 15, 2020

Amazing game. Worth another couple of vids on in the future 😁

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Michael Warman

July 15, 2020

About half way through, it's hit me that when your gullet is empty, you could put new tiles you swallow into position 4, then 3, 2, and 1, to get rid of the need to juggle them all each time you add to it, with it still being clear what's at the top and how much empty space there is, no?

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Michael Warman

July 15, 2020

4:46 Does Johnny's frog not have a cosmic cloacha, then…?

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DreadWulfie

July 15, 2020

I love the art and just want all the frog cards with only the art on it so I can frame them.

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Farz

July 15, 2020

Got to love how all of Wheel's Yu-Gi-Oh! references go over Johnny's and Alex's heads. I appreciate them Wheels. Promise.

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alameachan

July 15, 2020

So, a sandwich, a landwich, and an oceanwich meet in a vault…

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Flight of the Ant Eater

July 15, 2020

honestly, even if i'd never watched a dicebreaker video before i would've clicked just for the name Cosmic Frog

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Adam Preston

July 15, 2020

Seems a pretty cool game, though some of those rules start to get quite complicated. Not looking forward to explaining them to other people…

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Nick deJager

July 15, 2020

Why would you force someone else to eat with the Mindborer:
1) to make them take a tile they don't want (i.e. Lolies is focusing on blue, you make her eat green). Especially if their gullet is already full and you can force them to get rid of a tile they do want.
2) to make them take a tile someone else wants.
3) there is no better way to force them to waste their Ω (not sure of a situation for this, but their might be one).

Also, should the gullet go bottom to top? That way the uncovered highest number is your move value, right?

Thank for the video, DB crew. Looks like an interesting game.

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Nym Alous

July 15, 2020

I know some people who would love this game… I don't know that they would love to play it together though…

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CthulhuFhtagn

July 15, 2020

This is exactly the sort of game I love – a crazy concept, but a fairly down-to-earth implementation. The art style is delicious, the idea of being a gargantuan frog and eating bits of Catan-esque terrain is awesome, and the game is just all-around cool. I kind of want to play this now.

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Angel Beat

July 15, 2020

An Aoife Flux?

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bernard832

July 15, 2020

Johnny's scoring should be 5 (two mountains in a line) + 1 (1 desert) + 4*2 (1 mountain, 1 mesa, 1 lake, 1 forest) + 3*1 (1 desert, 1 swamp, 1 meadow) + 9 (4 domains) = 26

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Fallen Abyss

July 15, 2020

really enjoying to randomising of the turn order, wht other games out there do that?

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Der Kneier

July 15, 2020

With tabletop simulator its actually the first time i could easily follow the gameplay (or even read the cards)

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Martin Müller

July 15, 2020

Wheels hate on Macs there, on point.

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Lindsay Langdon

July 15, 2020

Salut, Je suis Crunsh.

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bernard832

July 15, 2020

Johnny should have gotten two actions when he returned from the Outer Dimensions.
"If you have an action card set aside, it remains with you if you get knocked into the Outer Dimensions."
"You must use all the set aside action cards you have
by taking one action per card at the end of the turn
in which you return to Dimension Zero"

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Mattress757

July 15, 2020

It was cocked Wheels. It was the definition of cocked. If you were to take a picture of that die, and put it next to the definition of cocked in the dictionary, it wouldn't be out of place.

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Sean Shivers

July 15, 2020

Wouldn't it be a cosmic cloaca since it's a reptile?

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CthulhuFhtagn

July 15, 2020

Me: Why is Johnny's name in Cyrillic?
Also me: Ohhhh…it's upside down.

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BlackSarlacc

July 15, 2020

Spoiler:

In the end Johnny is basically missing over 4 of the action points because he forgets to regain at the start of his turn and keeps spending 2 in the end where he can spend just 1 if I read the card right…

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DerpyBerb

July 15, 2020

I love table top sim. This game seems pretty fun a little complicated though.

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Rasmus n.e.M

July 15, 2020

ribbit

(I assume the aether is devoid of air too)

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little-earth-star6

July 15, 2020

This looks like such a weird game. I love it.

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MortalKoala

July 15, 2020

This feels like the perfect game to play with all the friends we've missed because we got old and boring and quit doing drugs.

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K Collier

July 15, 2020

Kind of reminds me of an old Sega Genesis game called Master of Monsters, where you were given an army of monsters to evolve and use to conquer a land while battling either another player or the AI. Looks like plenty of fun was had by all…

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Daniel Hallinan

July 15, 2020

Hell yeah! Got a game of this in the day it came out on TTS! Enjoyed it, eager to play it more!
(Oath's playtest update just hit as well, so I'm jamming that too!)

Edit: I'm going to be That Commenter and point out some rules stuff that slipped by! This is more for other viewers, since I assume the crew at Dicebreaker would spy these on further playthroughts 😀

1) On your very first turn, you arrive / Descend as a free action! You then get your normal action. HOWEVER, you have to arrive on an empty, barren tile, so your action will likely to be to then Leap onto a terrain tile (meaning it functionally was identical to what you did in the game).

2) Splinter Strike and Aether Flux card go into the discard pile for the first round, gives you some breathing room before they become a risk, and allows the game to last a bit longer!

3) When raiding, *before you roll*, you must declare how many points you want to raid. This is the "Raid Target", and it's this value that can't be higher than the dimension the owning (and likely dispairing) frog is currently in. If you roll over that amount, you can take up to that amount. If you roll below that amount, you steal nothing.

4) When you return from the OUTER DIMENSIONS (which can only be written with full caps, an unheard booming voice, and unseen wiggly eyebrows), you can choose to return to the Aether, or to descend back onto the Shard.

THAT SAID, for all my alleged rules knowledge we got Syphons wrong in our game: I didn't see that they needed to all belong to the same domain. Makes it trickier! I also missed that Aether Flux has all players regain Oomph! Finally, I missed that you remove terrain when you score them, meaning you can't double count them! Interesting!

Was great fun to watch!

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