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Episode: Custom Shapes Are Here at The Game Crafter - Episode 81 ( 8.36 MB / 18:14)
       Hot on the heels of episode 80, where a listener asked about custom shapes for various things!   JT and Jeff are here with Episode 81 to talk about custom punchouts for chipboard! This is a great new feature available to game designers on The Game Crafter!    So take a listen to what JT and Jeff have to say about the new feature and then go let your own creativity run wild! Custom Punchouts Help Section: http://help.thegamecrafter.com/article/201-custom-punchouts       Website: http://www.thegamecrafter.com TGC Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegamecrafter TGC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegamecrafter   Jeff can be found at: Website: http://www.allusgeeks.com AUG Twitter: https://twitter.com/allusgeeks AUG Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AllUsGeeks Voice Over work: http://reliablevoiceover.com/   If you like the content we provide, please consider leaving us a rating and review!  iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/game-crafter-official-podcast/id955056351 Stitcher: http://stitcher.com/s?fid=58599&refid=stpr Board Game Geek: https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgamepodcast/26560/game-crafter-official-podcast   This podcast is a part of the United Geeks Network over at: www.unitedgeeksnetwork.com. You can broadcast your geekiness at United Geeks Network!   The intro and outro music: "Mechanolith" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Podcast: I, Geek Podcast
Episode: Ep 040 – The 2016 Spiel des Jahres Winners! ( 64.06 MB / 69:15)
Truth be told we were hoping to do a short episode in light of the fact that we've talked at length about each of the 2016 Spiel des Jahres nominees.  Now that we have the winners announced we figured it would be a shorter conversation.  Boy were we wrong.  We couldn't shut up about the games and the decisions made. Whether you agree with the Spiel des Jahres jurors or not, its hard to say they picked a bad list of candidates this year.  The Spiel des Jahres nominees for 2016 were and are a solid list candidates. If you've been a fan of the podcast, having listened to previous episodes, then none of our rather off beat opinions will surprise you.  If you are new to the podcast and only found us due to the title and your love of board games then we both welcome you and hope you enjoy what you hear. This podcast also marks a year of us recording.  We started this last year on a whim and we've enjoyed every second of it.  The number of listeners has steadily grown well beyond our imagination and it still blows our collective minds when we upload an episode and see immediate downloads.  We have no plans of stopping and hopefully will deliver on some of our on-air promises.  We can get a little stagnant during the down months of gaming, but we shall soldier on, hoping that we can squeeze a little extra late night talking time out of our rather busy life and family schedules. Thanks again for listening!  We truly appreciate the kindness. And as always... HAPPY GAMING! The post Ep 040 – The 2016 Spiel des Jahres Winners! appeared first on I, Geek Podcast.
Podcast: CanHammer
Episode: CanHammer Ep 83 -AOS, We Can Play Competitively Again! ( 128.08 MB / 139:39)
In this episode of CanHammer, Chris is joined by Logan and Jon, we go through the new Generals Handbook for AOS.  After that we talk a bit of CCBB AOS pack and pimp a Duardin list.   Listen and as usual: Enjoy, Email: canhammer.podcast@gmail.com Twitter: @CanHammerChris  Itunes: CanHammer
Episode: NetrunnerQuest - Ep 05 - Metabusters! with Spags ( 78.13 MB / 68:16)
If there's something stale, in your metagame Who you gonna call? Metabusters! In Episode 5 we are joined by Spags, frontman of the ANR Player's Circuit and acclaimed deckbuilder. http://www.anrplayerscircuit.com/ He teaches about how to assess the meta for events and when to go rogue. Enjoy!
Podcast: Bretterwisser
Episode: BW071 – Spielen in der Schule ( 93.93 MB / 117:12)
Mit unseren Gästen Herr Wagner und Herr Noe, beides Lehrer aber auch Podcaster reden wir heute über den Einsatz von Spielen in der Schule.
Podcast: Game Wisdom
Episode: The Past, Present and Future of Horror in Video Games ( 81.41 MB / 88:55)

The Past, Present and Future of Horror in Video Games Josh Bycer josh@game-wisdom.com

We returned to horror this week on the cast, James and I sat down with the designer of the upcoming game When Wounds Bloom: George, for a discussion on everything horror-related. After introductions, we started talking about the evolution of the horror genre. From the old days of adventure-styled, to action-horror that became known in […]

The post The Past, Present and Future of Horror in Video Games appeared first on Game Wisdom.

Episode: Hoax Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 5.76 MB / 3:06)
My review of this bluffing game about claiming different characters and abilities. Call your opponents out on a “hoax” if you don’t believe them. But be careful if everyone votes with you, and they’re telling the truth, they win immediately.
My Allegro (2-min) Review -https://youtu.be/_8iA0LekpmY
The Game Boy Geek Produces Hi-Quality, Hi-Energy Board Games review with new content at least every other day.  Meet up on these Web & social media [...]
Episode: Episode 44 - Temple of the Deceived ( 60.04 MB / 65:35)

Ian, Derek, and Dan catch up on some of the recent releases, sharing their thoughts on The Thing in the Depths and Temple of the Deceived scenarios, as well as reviewing some of the player cards.

Podcast: 21 Game Salute
Episode: Life and Times of a Board Game - Episode 10 - Demoing and Conventions ( 38.38 MB / 47:55)

Dann May and Michael Fox are gearing up for Gen Con, and Dann's got some travelling to do... This episode has your hosts talking about the pleasures and perils of demoing games, and the importance of showing off the right games in the right way. They also run down the whole list of Game Salute releases that will be at the biggest games convention in the US, and reveal the winners of last month's contest.

They also unveil a new giveaway, then descend into madness in the last couple of minutes of the show. Same as it ever was! Enjoy listening!

Episode: Podcast: Ep 31 – Secuestro de licencias – SW Rebellion – Isle of Skye – BattleCON ( 89.46 MB / 0:00)
Episodio 31 del podcast en el que Gabriel, de Meeplechef, y yo en primer lugar hablamos sobre las licencias de juegos que quedan secuestradas durante meses y años por las editoriales. Después hablamos sobre tres juegos muy jugosos: Flamante novedad Star Wars Rebellion, el reciente ganador del KSdJ Isle of Skye y de otro LVL99 como es BattleCON: Devastation […]
Episode: Episode 53 - Scythe ( 45.13 MB / 32:49)

Scythe has gotten an absolutely unreal amount of hype in gamer crowds, as well as an extremely enthusiastic reception by the community of reviewers and pundits. Do we agree with the consensus? Give us a listen to find out.

Episode: G2B Ep. 214: Clones, Emulators, and Other Shady Things ( 74.02 MB / 0:00)
This week the Gutter Geeks chat about the new NES Classic Edition Mini Console and all other matter of clones and emulation devices and when it is worth it to buy them. Also we pick our favorites and share them with you. Want more? Sure why not: Tom unboxes a micro arcade clone, and we discuss how you can win a pair of weekend passes for WizardWorld Comic Con 2016! Yes. Free tickets. How to enter you ask? Well:


Share our WizardWorld Comic Con Chicago announcement from our Facebook page (If there are multiple any one will do): www.facebook.com/guysgamesandbeer .Take a screen shot of your newsfeed showing us the share and email it to us at wizard@guysgamesandbeer.net. We will select one lucky Facebook winner live on our show Tuesday August 9th

Twitter :

Follow us at @GuysGamesBeer and retweet one of our WizardWorld Comic Con Chicago announcements. Take a screen shot of your twitter feed showing us the retweet and email it to us at wizard@guysgamesandbeer.net. We will select one lucky Twitter winner live on our show Tuesday August 9th

By Email:

All you have to do is send Guys Games and Beer a good insult. “Com'on make it a good one” email it to us at wizard@guysgamesandbeer.net. We will select one lucky winner live on our show Tuesday August 9th

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Episode: GenCantSoloCon Ep. 2 - Pre-Registration Event ( 2.96 MB / 2:09)

GenCantSoloCon is right around the corner. Julius comes back to announce the opening of the official geeklist and the start of the pre-registration event. For more details listen to the podcast, or follow the links to the official geeklist:

GenCantSoloCon Geeklist Discussion Geeklist
Episode: Gen Con 2016 Preview ( 87.33 MB / 63:36)

Hilary, Tom, and Chris count down their personal Top 5 Most Wanted Games at Gen Con. Including Seafall, Legendary: Firefly, Tiny Epic Quest, Legends of the Underdark, Codenames: Pictures, Bloodborne: The Card Game, and more!

Episode: Botched Viewpoints 6: Publishers Relationship and Role in Community (ft. Jamey Stegmaier and Michael Coe) ( 51.32 MB / 52:42)

In the sixth episode of Botched Viewpoints, Craig is joined by Jamey Stegmaier of Stonemaier Games and designer of Scythe, and Michael Coe of Gamelyn Games to talk about the community within the hobby, and more specifically the relationship publishers have with the community and the role they serve to the community. It's a fascinating conversation and I hope you enjoy!

Episode: Episode 31 – One Word… Scythe ( 50.53 MB / 63:02)
The wait is over and the world is rejoicing! I'm not even going to bother with a clever and flavorful introduction to this podcast, because I would just be wasting your time. If you are like us (and why wouldn't you be), you too have been in anticipation for nearly a year just checking your inboxes for the latest updates, scouring the internet for the tiniest glimpse of a component, asking that strange guy who hangs out in the seedy corners of the gaming conventions if he has hear anything and downright loosing sleep over the promise of one day holding that giant box of tokens, miniatures and meeples in your arms. So at the risk of already having gone on too long, let's dive right in. That's right folks. We are talking about Stonemaier Games latest masterpiece...Scythe. And maybe a few other things, too. Games Discussed: Leo Goes to the Barber, Time Stories, Pandemic Legacy, Blood Rage, Scythe Shout Outs: Pokemon Go, The Animal Kingdom, Eastern Europe, Mr. Wall, Saliva  
Podcast: The White Book
Episode: The White Book S7E33 – 257 ( 37.07 MB / 70:58)
This week, Will, Greg, Tommy, and guest host Sean from Cardboard of the Rings talk prizes and then Roy subs in to talk melee!
Podcast: Dice Tower News
Episode: Dice Tower News 530 - July 28th - 2016 ( 12.03 MB / 13:09)

The News is New! Find out what it is!

Episode: Secret Hitler Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 12.13 MB / 6:31)
My review of this social deduction game for 5-10 players. Can you stop the Secret Hitler? In this game elect the chancellor and watch liberal or fascist policies get evoked. Which sides are they on? Can you take out Secret Hitler before he takes over the country?
My Allegro (2-min) Review - https://youtu.be/FuG4ihttSFI
The Game Boy Geek Produces Hi-Quality, Hi-Energy Board Games review with new content at least every other day.  Meet up on these Web & social media p [...]
Episode: Ep. 49 – Matt’s Gen Con 2016 Picks | Podcast of Nonsensical Gamers ( 62.37 MB / 68:08)
Matt and Tiff come together for Episode 49 and cover some recent plays, the BITBOX Game Storage solution, and Matt's GenCon 2016 picks.
Episode: Ep68-CONtractual Obligation ( 96.48 MB / 105:23)

You kind of HAVE TO record a GenCon preview episode, right? Here is ours...

Episode: EPISODE393 - Star Fleet Universe On Call ( 64.51 MB / 94:27)
Discuss Tournaments and balancing tournament ships.
Episode: Imperial Assault with Ben ( 7.24 MB / 7:55)

In today's episode, Mike plays a few rounds if Star Wars: Imperial Assault with his boy!

For more information on getting into the hobby, I ask that you check out my book, "Beyond Monopoly: A Beginner's Guide to Modern Board Games." The book is available on Amazon, the Apple iBook store and SmashWords.

I now run an online board game store! Visit me at Meeple Village. We sell board games and gaming accessories. Stop on by. Sign up for our newsletter (lower right of any page) to get informed of what's happening and be sent great deals!

We're also on Patreon! If you are enjoying the content we are delivering, we ask that you support us (patreon.com/bgd). We appreciate it very much!

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Episode: Episode 47 - Player Experience ( 24.13 MB / 28:21)

We dig a little deeper into the idea of building player experience.

Podcast: Gradanie
Episode: Kiwi. Leć nielocie, leć! – Gradanie #147 ( 9.28 MB / 0:00)
Szybki odcinek w ramach przygotowywania się do kilku grubszych tytułów. Bez względnej zwłoki – dziś rozmawiamy o strzelaniu drobiem z procy.
Episode: Vox Republica 123: The Undead Viking Goes Pro ( 83.01 MB / 89:57)
Episode 123: The Undead Viking Goes Pro

Length: 1:29:57

Show Links: RSS | iTunes | Stitcher | Download Episode


Welcome back to Vox Republica, the Cardboard Republic Podcast!

We post new episodes every other Thursday, with each episode being about 45 minutes long.

Vox Republica is proudly supported by our Patreon. Consider contributing today!

DESCRIPTION: Erin and Ryan talk about the recent Asmodee acquisition announcement, the new Mansions of Madness news, and Gen Con. They're then joined by Lance Myxter, the Undead Viking himself, for an in-depth conversation about the evolution of board game media.

GUEST: Lance Myxter


QUICK TOPICS - (17:22):

  • Asmodee is at it again, announcing they are planning to acquire F2Z Entertainment (including Z-Man Games, Plaid Hat Games, and Pretzel Games). We tackle what that does - and doesn't - mean for the industry.
  • Fantasy Flight announced they will be doing a 2nd Edition of Mansions of Madness, replacing the GM-styled Keeper player with an AI-driven app instead. We give our reactions to that change.


  • Lance Myxter (more commonly known as Undead Viking) has been a presence in the gaming hobby for nearly a decade. From his being an early adopter of video reviews to his new employment as a member of publisher Tasty Minstrel Games, he has worn many (hopefully viking-themed) hats. He's also been around to watch the hobby change and explode in recent years. We sit down to hear his thoughts on how gaming and gaming media has changed in his time. Areas of discussion include:
    • How he got into reviews and how he became Undead Viking
    • His thoughts on the explosion of new gamers to the hobby
    • Reflections of forays of incorporating technology into games
    • The difficulties of having standout games nowadays and the challenge of finding them in today's era
    • Negative reviews
    • The transition from reviewer to also an employee of Tasty Minstrel Games
    • Also plenty of tangents, such as:
      • Good v Evil alignments in MMOs
      • D&D Go
      • How we as hobby gamers overestimate the reach of BGG
      • Why he largely switched form published to pre-published game reviews


PLUGS - (1:27:20):

  • We'll be at Gen Con very soon. Let us know if you'll be there too!
  • Also, if you are going to Gen Con, be sure to check out www.indiecavalcade.com and follow #IndieCavalcade to see where the indie games will be found during those four days.
  • Did we mention the site's new Instagram already? Pretty sure we haven't.
  • As always, Cardboard Republic YouTube videos and the BGG Guild are still ongoing. Subscribe to either - or both if you really love us. You do really love us, right?


We’d love to hear from you! You can send questions or feedback via email at podcast@cardboardrepublic.com. You can also reach us social media, including Twitter, Facebook, and BoardGameGeek.


Audio Credits: Intro music track is "Swing!" by Bargo!, used under Creative Commons license.

Episode: BoardGames and Brew Episode S2E1 - Back From the Dead ( 51.55 MB / 0:00)
Contrary to rumors, the entire crew of Board Games and Brew was not probed and carried away by aliens. We are finally back (at least some of us). In this episode we are joined by listener Dave and Gary. We give our opinions on Scythe and advice for new tabletop designers. Hey, it's free and you get what you pay for.
Episode: Limited Resources 347 - Eldritch Moon First Impressions ( 41.82 MB / 91:18)

This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis take a first look at Eldritch Moon Limited! 

Limited Resources is proudly sponsored by ChannelFireball.com

You can support Limited Resources on the LR Patreon page here: LR Patreon Page

Your Hosts: Marshall Sutcliffe and Luis Scott-Vargas

Marshall’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/Marshall_LR

Luis’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/lsv

Email: lr@lrcast.com

LR Community Subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/lrcast

Contact Marshall_LR on Magic Online if you’d like to join the Limited Resources clan.

Episode: TGC: 065 Dave Fennoy- Award Winning Videogame Voice Actor Shares Key Career Advice ( 50.02 MB / 62:04)


This interview is really something special.  Dave Fennoy is a true artist in the video game voice acting space. He is able to give hugely dynamic and compelling character performances that create the immersive gaming experiences we all crave.  You can check out his substantial body of work here: IMBD

I have an extremely close connection this subject matter as I have been an actor of sorts in another life.  I find it absolutely fascinating how Dave can produce such rich performances with so little context.  All of my experience required other actors and audience interaction to create something special.  Dave can't use those tools and is still expected to produce on queue.

If you have ever thought about being a video game voice actor then this is an episode you will want to listen to several times and take lots of notes.  The cool thing is that Dave offers classes to help you do what he does and can help you start out the right way.  You can find out more about Dave and his Voice Over Instruction here: 

WEBSITE: http://davefennoy.com/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/davefennoy


Episode: The Reserve Pool Podcast Season 2 Episode 35 Agents of Shields ( 63.99 MB / 0:00)
Isaac, Stuart and Shadowmeld discuss their top ten shield energy type characters.

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Episode: Episode 129--Top 11 to Try and Buy at Gen Con 2016 ( 160.99 MB / 175:51)

W. Eric Martin Joins Dan and Chris For our annual Top 11 To try and top 11 to buy at Gen Con. 2016 is an insane  year for amount of titles to buy and a slew of great games to try as well. I hope you enjoy! And come find us at the Tilted Kilt Wed night at 9 or the Dice Tower Booth Friday at 2pm. Thanks for listening. Come tell us what you want to buy on our BGG Guild!

Episode: The WDYPTW Conversation Thing with Marguerite Cottrell 87.08 ( 58.4 MB / 51:02)

This week on the Conversation Thing we sit down with and get to know the wonderful, Marguerite Cottrell, also known as Maggibot all over Twitter and Youtube. 







Episode: Ep 65 Gencon 2016 With Analog Gamer ( 74.07 MB / 92:28)

This week we talk about Gencon 2016 with our friend Brandon from analog gamer! we also talk Asmodee acquiring F2Z!



  • Asmodee to acquire F2Z
Podcast: Strange Assembly
Episode: Strange Assembly 190 - GenCon 2016 Preview ( 25.58 MB / 55:53)
Chris and Jay look forward to GenCon 2016, including My First Bananagrams, Codenames Pictures, Valley of the Kings: Last Rites, Mintworks, Via Nebula, Leaders of Euphoria, Gloomhaven, Star Trek Ascendancy, Bring Your Own Book, Covert, Ninth World, Legendary Encounters Firely, Really Bad Art, Suspicion, Tyrants of the Underdark, 7 Ronin, Pursuit of Happiness, J'accuse, and SeaFall.
Episode: GeekNights 20160727 - Flying Witch ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Tonight on GeekNights, we review Flying Witch (ふらいんぐうぃっち). It's light, pretty, generally enjoyable, and otherwise inoffensive. In the news, Billy Bat nears its conclusion, the Queen Emeraldas manga is coming out in (hardcover) English, the GUNDAM movies are online for free (for now), a Mouse Guard movie is in the works, and an SDCC staffer hijacks the "Women in Feminism" panel at SDCC.

Rym and Scott don't know much about Arthurian Legend, but this movie might be good. Scott also seem to like blue guys.

GeekNights is live at PAX West 2016 with "The Grind!" Support GeekNights on Patreon! Buy My Shirt!

Podcast: Ding & Dent
Episode: Episode 24 - Labeling Games: Useful or Harmful? ( 66.88 MB / 73:03)
Raf and Charlie talk the pitfalls of labeling games party, filler, or an experience. Gen Con (Excited About) - 0:59 Ferox - 6:00 War Co. - 14:10 Crazy Karts - 28:20 Scythe - 39:35 Labeling Games: Useful or Harmful? - 48:45
Podcast: FlippinJokers
Episode: Episode 10: Califaux with Crissy ( 139.09 MB / 151:56)

Hello again! 

In this episode, we provide another installment of TO Incubator by sitting down with Crissy of A Wyrd Place to discuss how she prepares and executes the multi-day tournament that is Malifaux. Afterwards, Dreads, Ryan, and me talk about the tournaments and events that have transpired since the last time we recorded. 

The link to the FlippinJokers TO Incubator can be found here. The Califaux Tournament Packet has been provided for your reference.

Also, GENCON is next week!

So if you see a 6ft bearded ginger with a Southern drawl hanging around the Malifaux tables, then stop me and say ‘hi’! More importantly, ask me about the #damnitdreads madlib. More to come on that later. 

In the meantime, we’ll catch ya on the next one and thanks for listening.


Episode: Loaded Dice Cast Episode 80: Pokemon Go Go Bar ( 42.1 MB / 91:58)

A discussion of gaming stigma, with (Poke) Balls Loaded Dice Cast is here to talk about a phenomenon that puzzles us:  Ya’ll look at us sideways when we tell you about video games, board games or card games, but adults have built entire cities (Las Vegas, Atlantic City) around gaming.  American Sundays are taken up [...]

The post Loaded Dice Cast Episode 80: Pokemon Go Go Bar appeared first on Loaded Dice Network.

Podcast: Breaking News
Episode: Breaking News — Episode 50 ( 113.23 MB / 0:00)

Dodd, Jeff, & Scott discuss the new FAQ and MWL.

Intro: 0:00
FAQ/MWL Discussion: 0:59
The Heap: 1:07:00

Reminder: The technical issues have been resolved and <a href=”https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-news/id623698404?mt=2″>we are back up on iTunes</a>. However, you may need to resubscribe at the link.

If you’d like to send us feedback on this episode, please come find us on <a href=”https://www.facebook.com/ANRBreakingNews”>Facebook</a>, email us at anrbreakingnewsATgmail.com, or (best of all) comment at <a href=http://teamcovenant.com/android-netrunner/breaking-news-episode-50″>Team Covenant</a>.

Episode: Breaking Into Board Games Episode 23 - Chris Bryan ( 54.64 MB / 39:37)

The hosts talk to Chris Bryan, of Board with Life fame about creating unconventional board game media and how that launched his network within the industry.

You can reach out to Chris on twitter: @chrisbryangames


Tony - Designer - @beardedroguegames

Ian - Developer - @ianzangdesign

Gil - Publisher - @gilhova

"There It Is" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

Episode: Oceanos Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 9.33 MB / 5:01)
My review of this under water family drafting game. Upgrade your submarine’s tail, periscopes, aquariums, and fuel to gain you different abilities. Also line up treasure chests for your scuba divers & align coral together in a line.
The Game Boy Geek Produces Hi-Quality, Hi-Energy Board Games review with new content at least every other day.  Meet up on these Web & social media platforms: Website - www.GameBoyGeek.com Facebook - http://www.Facebook.com/TheGameBoyG [...]
Episode: Episode #25 – Race to the White House ( 41.72 MB / 39:40)
How many times have you said to yourself "Look at these chumps running for president. Put me up on stage - I'm sure I could do better than them!" Well, now's your chance. In episode 25, we speak with Jamie Twiss, the founder of Bipartisan Games, and the creator of the upcoming political strategy game, Race to the White House. During our chat, we discuss the board game renaissance of the late 90s, why any game can be boiled down to one of 8-10 basic game mechanics, and the hallmark of any great game. We play the Game Design Challenge and invent not just a secret-spy auction game, but a game about designing games as well. You can check out Race to the White House on Kickstarter at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1873181844/race-to-the-white-house You can also connect with Bipartisan Games on their website, Twitter, and Facebook.
Episode: Dead of Winter The Long Night Review ( 102.88 MB / 0:00)
Dead of Winter The Long Night Review
Episode: Dungeon Busters Review ( 102.88 MB / 0:00)
Dungeon Busters Review
Episode: PSP #301: Bakuman / Battery / Cheer Boys / Hitman / We Happy Few / Headlander / Zombie Night Terror / Chime Sharp ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Marc starts off this week's show with a little bit of magic after getting a little political because that is always a great idea (/sarcasm), but it's kind of hard to avoid all of the crazy right now, even for them. After the politically-infused intro, Marc previews two more summer anime that are both sports-related, Battery and Cheer Boys, before going in-depth about the very good Bakuman. And then, Marc ends, the show when, y'all lend your ears to listen to them talk about a handful of games, including Hitman, We Happy Few, Headlander, and Chime Sharp. Cheers and enjoy the show. | Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/PXS |

The main crap, nonsense, whatnot, and all that jazz talked about on today's show:

ANIME (10:13 - 23:16)

  • Bakuman.
  • Battery
  • Cheer Danshi!! (Cheer Boys)

GAMES (23:43 - 52:14)

  • Hitman
  • We Happy Few
  • Headlander
  • Zombie Night Terror
  • Chime Sharp


Thoughts? Questions? Comments Whatever? Email the show: psp[at]pixelatedsausage[dot]com; leave a voicemail: 312.772.5874; or, best of all, chat with me on Twitter: @PXSausage

Episode: Episode 18: Is "Gateway Game" an accurate term? ( 196.85 MB / 143:20)
Jacob and Jeffrey break down what they have been playing, followed by what they want to play. Then they delve down the tunnel of BGG Hotness and Kickstarter, following up with a surprising discussion about the term "Gateway Game"
Podcast: Meeple Nation
Episode: MN 0122 Scythe ( 40.04 MB / 49:59)

It is a dark time after the last Great War in 1920's Europa where large mech war machines are all that remain from the the capitalistic city-state known simply as “The Factory". When the Factory goes dark and shuts it's doors, the leaders of the surrounding countries set out to make their claim upon the region, hoping to control the secrets and win over the people.

  In this amazing "4x" game, players will gather resources, claim territory, and battle with massive mechs. The paths to victory are varied as the starting player positions as each player attempts to maximize their actions to gain popularity, power, and money. Join the dudes as they discuss Scythe by Jamey Stegmaier and Stonemaier Games.
Episode: Team Building Exercise #1 - Rebs! ( 99.39 MB / 72:23)
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Welcome to our new show presented by Deadzone the Podcast and Family of Gamers 777. Jack, Coach and Rob make some army lists and analyze them for everyone’s infotainment! . Our Lists;[...]
Podcast: Cult of the New
Episode: Cult of the New Board Game Podcast Episode 024 – Top 10 iOS Games ( 26.29 MB / 28:43)
Episode 24! and I talk about Scythe and why I’m a bit ‘meh’ about it even though it looks AMAZING! We have some Ice Cool new releases, controversy and re-themes in the news, Walking Dead in The Following and exciting news about the future of the podcast at the end of the show. But before that, […]
Episode: Tech, July 2016: Pokemon Go ( 31.84 MB / 34:47)

This week's hosts:  Liam, Ian and Eoin.

This week, the party discuss the mobile game phenomenon, Pokemon Go.

Show notes:


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