Small World featured as first boardgame on series premiere of TableTop – Google TV’s Geek & Sundry show.

First episode, starring Wil Wheaton as host, debuts today!

TableTop is a brand spanking new show that launched today on Google TV’s Geek & Sundry channel and it’s all about boardgames and being oh so nerdy. Naturally, they chose to feature Small World for their inaugural show. So, set phasers to geek.

Actor, writer, and self-professed tabletop gaming lover Wil Wheaton hosts this lively show where “Celebrity Poker” meets “Dinner for Five” with tabletop board games! Filled with witty banter and cheeky camaraderie, this series brings together notable geek celebrities from film, TV, and YouTube to showcase the best in tabletop gaming. A new game is featured every episode and our favorite geek stars play and get played.

The show airs on Geek & Sundry and on YouTube. Watch the first episode here:

Small World is inhabited by a zany cast of characters such as dwarves, wizards, amazons, giants, orcs and even humans; who use their troops to occupy territory and conquer adjacent lands in order to push the other races off the face of the earth. Check it out for yourself on iPad or in its Tabletop Version.


7 Responses to “Small World featured as first boardgame on series premiere of TableTop – Google TV’s Geek & Sundry show.”

  1. AJ says:

    Aww, boo to them not following the rules of the Giants. Awesome that Days of Wonder is featured for the pilot though!

  2. J. Neil Edge says:

    Great show guys thanks for the Pandemic dudes explanation…I caught that and was wondering. Looking forward to the next episode.

  3. J. Neil Edge says:

    …oh and yeah very cool that DoW got the nod for 1st episode. Great looking game to drop on their very cool gaming table as well.

  4. Jason Hurd says:

    I think Wil has one of those custom-built Geek Chic tables… Nice! All the better to showcase Small World’s cool bits and pieces. 🙂

  5. CzarTim says:

    Any chance we will see Small World updated with online multiplayer and perhaps more than two players?

  6. Sandra says:

    Wil Wheaton should know you can never win when playing dwarves.

  7. GAV says:

    This was so awsome to see my fave game up here

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