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Podcast: 7LandHand.com
Episode: 7LandHand: Episode 74 – Codenames ( 37.03 MB / 80:54)
Do you know what Naomi Watts, Pierce Brosnan, Rodney Dangerfield, Lucy Liu, David Carusso, and the Pantene lady have in common? We suspect the answer is Vlaada Chvátil’s ‘Codenames’. This episode contains all of our reasoning, a review of the Spiel des Jahres winning board game, Matt’s quiz, and a … Continue reading
2016-08-27
Episode: Who, What, Why S14.E08 :: This Old Game with Rob Daviau ( 14.12 MB / 44:19)

Rob Daviau, designer of many games like Seafall, Risk Legacy, and Pandemic Legacy, joins the show to talk about a new venture announced at the Dice Tower live show: Restoration Games. Rob is the Chief Restoration Officer of this new company whose goal is to bring new life to games from our childhoods (70s, 80s, 90s). I talk to Rob about where the idea of restoring games came from and what criteria a game must meet to be fit for restoration. I also learn a fun fact about Richard Borg and a game from my childhood.

If you would like to learn more about this company, then please visit Restoration Games. There you can vote on games that you would like to see given new life.

2016-08-26
Episode: The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 131 ( 40.56 MB / 44:18)

Original air date: 25/8/16 Australia’s board gaming community went into a rage-fueled internet frenzy this week, when one of the country’s most beloved annual conventions, Albury’s BorderCon, sold out in less than two hours. Trent talks to organiser Neil Thomson to learn more about what makes this event so successful, more »

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2016-08-26
Episode: Episode 45 - Ally Showdown ( 96.67 MB / 105:36)

The full Grey Company tackles the allies of each sphere, debating the strongest, weakest, and most likely to succeed. We also discuss our latest convention exploits. Enjoy an extra-long episode of The Grey Company!

2016-08-26
Podcast: Flip the Table
Episode: Episode 96: Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King ( 49.42 MB / 71:20)
YOU SHALL NOT PASS up the opportunity to listen to the panel take on Lord of the Rings: Return of the King! This RoseArt title gives players a chance to take on all the major characters of the Peter Jackson movie as Frodo tries to destroy the One Ring while trembling under the gaze of Sauron. A roll and move game about a major movie license made by a crayon company? What could possibly go wrong?
2016-08-26
Episode: Episode 95 -- There Were Guys Before Napoleon ( 113 MB / 123:26)

Welcome to episode 95 of the 'cast, another no-nonsense dissection of all things boardgaming. Right? Correct? Well, it is episode 95. I mean, you have to agree to that much. Really, you do. Okay fine. Still, it is an episode. It is.

Anyway, with Eric dividing his time between Patriots training camp and his historic run on the PGA tour, we welcome Marty back to the program for his second pinch-hit appearance. And we're throwing some off-the-beaten-path games at him (and you). C'mon somebody, hit that nasty sinking curve!

PITCH COUNT:

06:39 -- You Got Digital All Up in My Analog!
21:29 -- Argent: The Consortium (revisited)
36:09 -- City of Spies: Estoril 1942 (in-depth)
66:10 -- Nina & Pinta (in-depth)
120:40 -- Goodbye Hip

2016-08-26
Episode: The Broken Meeple - Top 100 -(10 - 1) ( 51.14 MB / 55:52)
WE'RE FINALLY HERE!! This is the Top 10 of the Top 100 - my most favourite games! I'm sure you'll disagree with some and agree with others, that's cool, that's the beauty of these lists, but I hope that this Top 100 has given you some insight into the type of games I like and maybe even given you some ideas as to your next purchasing option. Enjoy!! EDIT - I realise originally there was a 2 minute silence at the end - my apologies, I was pretty rushed. I've now replaced the file with a re-edited, corrected one.
2016-08-26
Episode: Kanagawa Sneak Peek & Mini Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 8.41 MB / 4:31)
After playing this upcoming game with Bruno Cathala at Gencon, I give you a sneak peak and some thoughts after one play. In this game you are gathering cards that can be painted into your tableau or used for special abilities and future paint colors. It also has an interested press your luck bidding element and bonus scoring.
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
2016-08-26
Episode: Loaded Dice Cast 81: Colleen Doran LIVE at Terrificon ( 18.08 MB / 39:29)

A live podcast with Comics Legend Colleen Doran Colleen Doran created the foundational work A Distant Soil when she was 13 years old and has been an artist and writer on many of your favorite projects: The Walking Dead, Sandman, The Vampire Diaries.  She has worked as a conceptual artist for Lucasfilm and Disney.  She’s illustrated [...]

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2016-08-26
Episode: Chit Chat #2 - Game Release Date Troubles ( 88.35 MB / 0:00)
Another entry in our more casual podcast series. In this episode, Ben and Russell touch upon many tabletop topics, including board game release dates, Gen Con games, frustrations with setting up and a mini review of Bristol's board game cafe 'Chance And Counters'.
2016-08-26
Podcast: Jugando Solo
Episode: Jugando Solo 18. Misterios de Uganda y The Last King of Scotland. ( 38.7 MB / 84:33)
Queridos amigos y amigas de "Jugando Solo": Vuelve el primer podcast dedicado a los juegos de tablero en solitario y también vuelvo yo, Utuherz, el Contemplador. Este es el episodio de septiembre de 2016, pero lo publico ahora porque la semana que viene estaré muy ocupado y no quiero faltar a la cita con todos vosotros. El episodio de hoy va a contar con dos secciones. En la sección "Una historia para un juego" hablaré sobre el misterioso país llamado Uganda, desde su descubrimiento para occidente, que tuvo lugar a mediados del Siglo XIX, hasta la guerra entre Uganda y Tanzania de 1978-1979. En la sección "Jugando Solo" hablaré sobre el wargame de la Victory Point Games llamado "The Last King of Scotland", que simula la guerra entre Uganda y Tanzania de 1978-1979. "Jugando Solo" ha vuelto para quedarse y ha vuelto gracias a sus numerosos y fieles oyentes. Un saludo cordial desde mi mazmorra os mando a todos. Volveremos a escucharnos en octubre.
2016-08-26
Episode: Mekanik: Deckbuilding ( 62.68 MB / 45:35)
Hvad er deck-building for en størrelse, og hvad menes der med deck-building spil? Papstinenser tager en snak om en deck-building spil mekanik, og hvorfor de er sjove at spille. Det hele begyndte med Dominion designet af Donald Vaccarino, og siden det ramte brætspilsbordene i 2008 har et utal af andre spil brugt mekanikken. Vi kommer en tur rundt om kortspil og enkelte brætspil, der anvender mekanikken deck-building – og hvordan den adskiller sig fra de spil, som anvender deck-construction som mekanik. Titler vi får nævnt undervejs Pocket Battles Dominion Thunderstone Thunderstone Advance Ascension Star Realms Trains Automobiles Planes Mage Knight A Study in Emerald 2nd edition Kristian snakker ud fra ASiE 1st edition Arctic Scavengers + Recon + HQ Star Wars: The Card Game Magic: The Gathering Talisman Vi namedropper også Tempest -spillene, som er Love Letter, Canalis, Dominare, Courtier og Merkante. De er tematisk forbundne spil i lighed med spillene Trains, Planes and Automobiles.
2016-08-26
Episode: Episode 33 – Straight Star Wars ( 48.09 MB / 60:00)
Without a moderator, it is a dark time for the podcast. Although the One Star (review) has been destroyed, Fantasy Flight's Star Wars games have driven the cast from their hidden base and pursued them across the galaxy. Evading the dreaded echo chamber, Steven and Seth have established a new secret base in the remote blanket fort. The evil lord Bot Creator, obsessed with tweeting the young crew, has dispatched thousands of remote probes into the far reaches of cyber space.... Games Discussed: Star Wars: X-Wing, Star Wars: The Card Game, Star Wars: The Force Awakens RPG Shout Outs: Poe Dameron's Mom, Benjamin Button, Attack on Titan, Roll Twenty, Michael B.
2016-08-26
Episode: Se Viene La Lluvia 03x04 - Especial Tematico: Star Wars ( 53.94 MB / 117:50)
En este Episodio Gonzalo Y Emmanuel, junto a su invitado Ignacio Gutt, hablan de todo el universo "Star Wars" en casi todas sus formas y en especial de los últimos juegos de mesa de dicha temática. Finalmente, harán un repaso de su primera experiencia con el Twilight Imperium III. Como siempre esperamos sus comentarios con dudas, inquietudes o sugerencias. Danos like en: https://www.facebook.com/dadooscuro Podes encontrar nuestros otros Podcast en: www.dadooscuro.com O segui la discusion de cada capitulo en nuestra Guild de la BoardGameGeek: https://www.boardgamegeek.com/guild/2058
2016-08-26
Podcast: Dragons Demize
Podcast: Dragons Demize
Episode: Podcast 27 – Brew Crafters and Dragon’s Demize 2.0! ( 41.2 MB / 0:00)

This week, Dragon’s Demize welcomes a new co-host: Greg B! Join us as we discuss Dragon’s Demize 2.0, what’s new on Kickstarter, and one of Greg’s personal favorite games: Brew Crafters. We hope you enjoy this week’s episode, and don’t forget to register for Washingcon, DC’s own tabletop gaming convention is happening on September 10-11th […]

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2016-08-25
Podcast: The White Book
Episode: The White Book S7E35 – 259 ( 103.26 MB / 88:21)
This week Team Right (Will and Luke) talk Baratheon previews, how to combat burnout, and discuss how agendas have progressed.
2016-08-25
Episode: EPISODE397 - Star Fleet Universe On Call ( 52.94 MB / 77:17)
Discuss Tournament Ships and different offering for SFB Online.
2016-08-25
Episode: Episode 6 - Between The Lines ( 0 MB / 83:24)
Episode 6 - Between The Lines is upon us! In this episode we're talking about game components both good and bad as well as reviewing Mysterium and Codenames!
2016-08-25
Episode: Ta Da Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 7.09 MB / 3:48)
My review of this silly dice rolling game where you’ll have to roll with crazy feats. For example with your wrists crossed, or karate chopping the table. But it’s all about speed as its a real-time game.
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/TheGameBoyGeek
2016-08-25
Episode: Episode 104 – Tactics Feint ( 174.89 MB / 0:00)
Click here to download this episode! –  Welcome to Derek aka Shipwreck! – News – Epic Multiplayer Mode Report – Flame of the West Player Card Review – GenCon Report! – Patreon pledge drive, any amount helps!! https://www.patreon.com/cotr – Sign off Contact us cardboardoftherings@gmail.com discord.me/cotr www.facebook.com/cardboardoftherings @cotrpodcast on twitter twitch.tv/cotrpodcast cardboardoftherings.com YouTube.com/COTRPodcast Chris’ Videos – https://www.youtube.com/user/DwalorDwarf/videos cardboardoftherings…Read more Episode 104 – Tactics Feint
2016-08-25
Episode: TAPP 127 - Lung Transplants and Emergent Storytelling ( 52.57 MB / 75:09)

In this episode:

We talk about emergent storytelling in games as Aaron has been playing Rimworld and encountering silly situations brought about by zany colonists. We also chat about things we've been enjoying lately: The Witcher 3, Dirt Rally, The Witness, Sunstone, Gravity Falls, Ghostbusters, The Boy and the Beast, Batman: The Telltale Series, Necropolis, ABZU, Pictomania, and The Private Eye.

Feel free to send us any feedback at mail@theactionpointspodcast.com. You can also follow us on Twitter as @action_points, and on Facebook and Google+. You can also find us on Twitter as @ehronlime, @adam_holdswater, @MostStrange, @pinkytweets and @melodatron

Music: Theme for Harold (var. 2) by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0.

Links for the things we talked about:

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

Dirt Rally

The Witness

Sunstone

Gravity Falls

Dark Souls 3

Ghostbusters

The Boy and the Beast

Batman: The Telltale Series

Silence! The Elder Speaks (which Evan reviewed here)

Necropolis

ABZU

Pictomania

The Private Eye

Imbroglio

Rimworld

Dwarf Fortress

Dragon Age

The Nuzlocke Challenge

EVE Online

Welcome to the Dungeon

The best session report of Amun-Re

Pandemic Legacy

Star Wars CCG

 

2016-08-25
Episode: Episode 57 - Church Planting ( 41.11 MB / 29:54)

Here, we talk about some serious upcoming changes in at least one of the host's lives which you might be able to guess from the title. Admittedly, not much board game content this week, but we do talk a lot about community, and we firmly believe that board games are excellent means for developing community.

2016-08-25
Episode: G2B Ep. 218: Adventure! ( 76.67 MB / 0:00)
Come join the Gutter Geeks for a discussion of the best adventure games of all time: From the earliest of Ascii roguelikes to the latest state of the art in open world RPG's to the vast underground caverns of Dungeons and Dragons this episode is sure to bring back memories of adventure for all ages!



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2016-08-25
Episode: Potion Explosion Review ( 115.11 MB / 83:49)

Hilary, Chris, and Alana review more than a half-dozen board games, including, Potion Explosion, Oceanos, Dicey Goblins, Incredible Expeditions, Celestia, Deep Space D6, and Countdown: Special Ops.

2016-08-25
Episode: Episode 51 - What We Love About Design ( 18.35 MB / 21:40)
2016-08-25
Episode: Vox Republica 125: The Impact Of Large Scale Media ( 102.17 MB / 111:01)
Episode 125: The Impact Of Large Scale Media

Length: 1:51:00

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: This week we turn the lens inward on gaming media itself. After discussing the philosophy behind how often someone should play a game before judging (or reviewing) it, Erin and Ryan then invite on veteran reviewers Michael Fox (Little Metal Dog Show) and Jonathan Wolf (islaythedragon) to chat about the 800 pound Kotaku in the room. As gaming continues to grow, it's attracting attention from non-traditional hobby gaming sites to cover games. With scopes of coverage dwarfing even that of The Dice Tower, we examine the positives - and negatives - that such newcomers have on gaming media and the hobby on the whole.

GUESTS: Michael Fox & Jonathan Wolf

RECENTLY PLAYED GAMES - (01:36):

QUICK TOPICS - (38:23):

  • How many times do you have to play a game before being able to render a verdict on it? Erin and Ryan discuss what they feel their ideal number is, both for gamers and for reviewers.
  • Ryan also floats his idea for a new vlog.

FEATURED TOPIC - (54:39):

  • As the gaming hobby continues to expand, it seems that some entities with sizable readership have decided to get in on the fun. To figure out what that means for the hobby and hobby media, we decided to round up a couple and chat about it. Together with Michael Fox of Little Metal Dog Show and editor Jonathan Wolf of islaythedragon, we dive into how it affects those of us on the content creation side. Topics include:
    • Why are larger entities taking more of an interest in gaming lately? 
    • Was this a natural progression due to growth of the hobby? 
    • What the positive implications that their involvement can have on the hobby itself
    • How their presence impacts 'hobbyist media' and how entities should adjust/cope with that impact
    • Are there any serious detriments to this increased interest from large outlets?

 

PLUGS - (1:51:00):

 

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.

2016-08-25
Episode: Limited Resources 351 - Eldritch Moon Sealed Deck ( 29.39 MB / 64:08)

This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis look at Sealed Deck in Eldritch Moon Limited! What is different from Draft? Which cards go up in value, and which go down? How do you win a PS3 and a sweet t-shirt at a Magic tournament? Find answers to these questions and more! 

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.

2016-08-25
Podcast: Gradanie
Episode: Sapiens – Gradanie #151 ( 16.29 MB / 0:00)
Bruno Cathala wyskakuje właśnie ze swoim Kingdomino, a nam już jakiś czas temu w oko wpadła gra z wydawnictwa Iello oparta na podobnej mechanice. Bez zbędnych formalności zapraszamy do słuchania dzisiejszego odcinka. Przy okazji czemu by nie polubić naszej stronki na Facebooku i nie zasubskrybować naszego kanału na Youtubie? Zachęcamy
2016-08-25
Episode: The Reserve Pool Podcast Interlude - The Prep Area Season 2 Episode 1 The Prep Area Returns! ( 34.85 MB / 0:00)
Issac and Stuart get a break this week as Shadowmeld and OddBallNarwahl bring you an old fan favorite, The Return of the Prep Area! With a new focus on drafting, and a noticeable lack of anyone who can actually focus, we hope you enjoy!

Direct Link
2016-08-25
Episode: TGC: 067 James Takenaka- Hitpoint Sales Can Help Get Your Game Into Distribution ( 51.78 MB / 64:16)

 

This is a great conversation with James Takenaka from Hit Point Sales, a tabletop game consolidator that helps indie developers get their game into distribution.  In this show we talk a lot about how different business models can work and how consolidators can act as an excellent bridge to give your game extra reach.  

I really appreciate how candid and helpful James is about game print quantities and sales figures.  It really helps give a concrete frame of reference when working on the financials of your game.

Consolidators: 

Hit Point Sales- THANKS FOR ALL THE INFO JAMES!

  • Jame's Email = Sales@hitpointsales.com 
  • Also check out Ship Naked to complete the circuit on this business channel option for your game.

Impressions- With Aldo Ghiozzi

  • HERE is my interview with ALDO about Impressions Consolidation Services :) 

PSI - Used by Steve Jackson Games and Fireside Games

Resources:
2016-08-25
Episode: 67 | Karf! Karf karf! Karf! ( 35.06 MB / 38:15)
This week's podcast is largely just us talking about a different episode of a different podcast which aired over two years ago. Because we are professionals. But stay tuned after that for the announcement of an exciting new product from the makers of your favorite sweet-and-savory dessert pastry, and also a new Mildly Alarming Theatre. About liver! It's an action-packed episode! And by "action" we mean "meat products".
2016-08-24
Podcast: Heavy Cardboard
Episode: Heavy Cardboard Episode 52 – Amanda’s Top 50 & Edward’s Top 50 ( 133.75 MB / 0:00)
Edward and Amanda present their top 50 favorite games of right now! We had two caveats when we compiled our lists: (1) no filler games and (2) the games could be of any weight class. 0:24:41 – 21 thru 50 – alphabetical 1:13:13 – 20 down to 1 Be sure to join the discussion over […]
2016-08-24
Episode: Through the Breach #03 Part 3: After the Reaper has Come for Innocence... ( 65.25 MB / 95:01)
Night has come to an end. Day break brings new dangers and opportunities. The crew sets off to catch up to the people who took the kids. What will they find when they get there? And how do they pan to control 20+ children? Music and Sound by Syrinscape. store.syrinscape.com/what-is-syrinscape/?att The app that putting sound into the hands of the gamers.
2016-08-24
Podcast: Strange Assembly
Episode: Strange Assembly 193 - GenCon 2016 in Review ( 26.39 MB / 57:38)
Chris and Jay chat about their experiences at GenCon 2016.
2016-08-24
Episode: Ep. 50 – Gen Con 2016 Recap | Podcast of Nonsensical Gamers ( 75.49 MB / 82:27)
So many games to cover as we finally dig into Gen Con 2016!
2016-08-24
Episode: Ep 68 Out to pasture ( 60.85 MB / 75:58)

 

This week we talk about games we no longer play! and our play of Mansions of Madness!

 

News:

  • Ultimate Werewolf Legacy
  • One Night Ultimate Alien
  • Seven Wonders Duel: Pantheon
  • Cosmic Encounter: Cosmic Eons
  • Letters to White Chapel: Dear Boss
  • Analog Gamer facebook page takes orders now!

What we have been playing?

  • (Roy) Marvel Legendary: Civil War
  • (Rob) Mansions of Madness
  • (Matt) Junk Art

Topic: Games we quit playing

  • Are there tabletop games that you used to play a ton but no longer play?
    • Axis and Allies
    • Random assorted ccg’s and lcg’s
    • Android: Netrunner
    • Wiz-War
    • BSG
  • Is there a tabletop game that used to play a lot in your past that you wish you could still play?
    • Dune
    • Trouble (lol)
    • Cash and Guns
  • Is there a board game that you have played and are now are directly opposed to playing and hope you never have to play again?
    • Killer Bunnies
    • Dominion
    • Glory to Rome
    • Fluxx
    • Munchkin
  • If there was one game from your past that you could play again at game night what would you want to play?
    • BSG
    • Eclipse
    • Tales of Arabian Nights

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2016-08-24
Episode: GeekNights 20160824 - Queen Emeraldas ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Tonight on GeekNights, we review the Leiji Matsumoto Queen Emeraldas manga. It's mostly about strangers giving guns to children. In the news, there's an Astroboy digital CCG that you should avoid, Steven Universe fans that you should avoid, and we learn why Mario was there at the Olympics instead of Pokemon. Also honey and meat, and the Prince Valiant storytelling game (which you should NOT avoid)!

This is our last show before PAX, and we hope to see you there! Support GeekNights on Patreon to get things like Rym and Emily reviewing Kubo and the Two Strings!

2016-08-24
Episode: Breaking into Board Games Episode 25 - Avonelle Wing ( 70.09 MB / 50:53)

We talk with Avonelle Wing, Vice President of Double Exposure Inc. running cons being a leader in the technical support and marketing in the industry.

You can reach out to Avie on twitter! @avonelle

 

Hosts:

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
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

2016-08-24
Episode: The Good, The Board and The Whips, Chains, and Hunger Pains: Episode 79 “Punishment in Games” ( 53.69 MB / 58:39)

Trent - Scythe

Joe- Scythe

Andy- Scythe

Hype:

2016-08-24
Episode: Digital & Dice Podcast Episode 88 "Atlas Reacting with Joe Brogno" ( 47.39 MB / 34:31)
Show No. 88 is live! Download it from iTunes or from the RSS feed:   http://www.digitalanddice.com/   http://digitalanddice.libsyn.com/rss   Show notes recorded below:   Show #88 of the podcast series for The Digital & Dice Podcast   Show Main Topic: Interview with Joe Brogno from Atlas Reactor!   https://www.facebook.com/TheBlueMuzzy2/?fref=ts https://www.twitch.tv/thebluemuzzy https://twitter.com/thebluemuzzy https://twitter.com/cbapodcast   https://twitter.com/AtlasReactor https://www.atlasreactorgame.com Free on Steam!  http://store.steampowered.com/app/402570/ https://www.facebook.com/AtlasReactor/   Contact us: Website: http://www.digitalanddice.com/ E-mail: digitalanddice@gmail.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/digitaldicepodcast Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/2/101494282109657824486/posts Tumblr: digitalanddice.tumblr.com YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL4GYMNgAm1wpb4xz8UiN7A Twitter: @digitalanddice Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/digitalanddice    
2016-08-24
Podcast: Cult of the New
Episode: Cult of the New Board Game Podcast Episode 026 – Random Top 10 Games ( 45.33 MB / 49:31)
Episode 26! and I have a fairly long list of games I’ve played but not spoke about yet so I figured I’d put them all in a Top 10 list! I take a road trip through some Zombies in Cult of the Now, Mention that same game in Cult of the New, Excellence in Cult […]
2016-08-24
Episode: Ultimate Showdown Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 7.67 MB / 4:07)
My review of this party game where you need to decide which contenders are better at the challenge. For example who is more likely to lie to their mother. Darth Vader, or Dr Evil?
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/TheGameBoyGeek
2016-08-24
Episode: 026 - Space Jazz ( 93.99 MB / 102:40)
A healthy chat about No Man's Sky takes up a good chunk of the video games section this week, with the Unnecessary crew debating what it is and isn't. Meanwhile, Pawel talks about Inside, the successor to Limbo, Euan tells us about sinister roguelike The Binding of Isaac, and Chris talks about programming in the excitingly-titled Human Resource Machine. Beer-making Euro board game Brew Crafters takes centre stage in the tabletop section, which also includes a rant about Kickstarter backers' faces, and Chris and Euan talk about the finale of their Imperial Assault campaign. Also includes Tim Curry and public domain jazz, for some reason. Enjoy!
2016-08-24
Episode: Podcast: Ep 32 – Las Parejas, Mystic Vale, Raptor y Manhattan Project chain reaction ( 102.43 MB / 0:00)
En este episodio Gabriel, de Meeplechef, y yo, al hilo del último episodio de Planeta de juegos, hablamos sobre  como integramos nuestra afición con la vida en pareja. Después hablamos sobre tres juegos interesantes: Mystic Vale y su nuevo sistema de construcción de cartas, Raptor, un juego muy majete para dos jugadores y Manhattan Project Chain […]
2016-08-24
Episode: PSP #305: No Man's Sky / Jean-Claude Van Johnson / Hitman / Gurren Lagann / Wandering Son ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Marc starts off this week's show talking about their upset tummy before talking about the only new Amazon Prime pilot that matters, Jean-Claude Van Johnson, which is followed by some general love for all things JCVD (and the movie, JCVD). After that, Marc talks about the seasonal anime they're still watching--including a smidgen of hate for Re:Zero--followed by the two series they watched over the last week: Gurren Lagann and Wandering Son. Then, Marc ends it all with a couple games, including the incredibly controversial No Man's Sky, and a talk about game prices, worth/value, and all that thought-provoking jazz. 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 (12:36 - 33:34)

  • Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann (Gurren Lagann)
  • Hourou Musuko (Wandering Son)
  • 91 Days
  • Nejimaki Seirei Senki: Tenkyou no Alderamin (Alderamin in the Sky)
  • Days
  • Fukigen na Mononokean (The Morose Mononokean)
  • Shokugeki no Souma: Ni no Sara (Food Wars! The Second Plate)
  • Amaama to Inazuma (Sweetness and Lightning)
  • Taboo Tattoo
  • ReLIFE
  • Natsuyuki Rendezvous

GAMES (34:01 - 55:35)

  • No Man's Sky
  • Super Motherload
  • Hitman
  • Super Mega Baseball: Extra Innings

 

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

2016-08-24
Episode: Podcast #46: One Miniature Vlaada ( 50.76 MB / 0:00)
Oh dear! After a metaphorical explosion of our recording equipment at Gen Con '16, this is all we could salvage from our two live shows. Please don your protective masks and take turns passing the blasted husk around. The first 30 minutes of this ash-smelling podcast feature Paul, Quinns and our miniatures columnist Eric Tonjes discussing some highlights from the show, including the Runewars Miniatures Game, Pandemic: Reign of CthuluArkham Horror: The Card Game, Conan and the real-time tile laying game of 4 Gods. Exciting, right? Not as exciting as the second half, friends! Paul and Quinns were able to snag an interview with a little designer by the name of Vlaada Chvátil. But this doesn't have to be a disaster-cast. Did you go to Gen Con, or have some otherwise transcendant board gaming in the last few weeks? Why not leave us a comment telling us all about it!
2016-08-24
Episode: Deadzone (2nd edition) Review ( 102.88 MB / 0:00)
Deadzone (2nd edition) Review
2016-08-24
Episode: Manhattan Project Chain Reaction Review ( 102.88 MB / 0:00)
Manhattan Project Chain Reaction Review
2016-08-24
Podcast: Boardgames To Go
Episode: Boardgames To Go 165 - The Times They Area A-Changin' ( 16.31 MB / 47:26)

Opener: Geeklists for the podcast Season 12, my Extra appearances, and Session Reports

   



Just a solo show this time, something like the old "Session Report & Feedback" episodes I used to do. I wanted to get something out relatively quickly, before I make my move to France. This fit the bill, and it also let me get a show out with better sound quality. (My switch to a Mac has presented me with some challenges to the multi-person shows, whether over Skype or in the same room. I'll figure it out.)

   

It didn't take too much thought to come up with a unifying idea for this episode: changes. Of course my big change is the temporary relocation to France, which will have unknown impacts to my hobby. The other changes are to this podcast, which happened already--new shows are posted to the same old audio feed, but on the web they're at a slightly different location, in my Season 12 geeklist. You should subscribe to that. Also my "Extras" geeklist, which is where you'll find my guest spots on other podcasts and video shows. Finally, if you like this session report episode, then you really should be subscribing to my (mostly) weekly session reports that I post in geeklist form on BGG. Got all of that? Good!

The other changes I note are to the hobby itself. While those things can be a consternation to old farts like me, who still think in terms of email lists and 1990s German Games, these are clearly changes for the better. We sure seem to have more people playing games than ever. If Kickstarter products and mini-filled "thematic" games aren't my favorite things, I can at least agree that this rising tide is lifting all of our boats. I think so, anyway. Kickstarter produced a nice Medici reprint, and you can get more 1990s German than that! My local Barnes & Noble already had a decent game section, and now hosts a monthly public game night. The other day I went to Target to buy a game for my brother's family, and while there I was amazed at that the second-largest retailer in the US has Hanabi, Magic Labyrinth, Rolling America, Ticket to Ride, Spyfall, Qwixx, Codenames, Evolution, Catan, Machi Koro, Betrayal at House on the Hill, Forbidden Island, Dixit, Sheriff of Nottingham, King of Tokyo, and Pandemic. Probably even a few more of "our games" that I missed. Wow!

Closer: The mainstreaming of our hobby at places like Target and Barnes & Noble.

-Mark

2016-08-24
Episode: Designer Interview - Daryl Andrews ( 31.94 MB / 38:05)

Today we talk to Daryl Andrews, designer of Caffeine Rush, Fantasy Fantasy Baseball and the host of The Meeple Syrup show.

2016-08-24

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