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Podcast: I, Geek Podcast
Episode: Ep 035 – Spiel des Jahres predictions and discussion ( 42.94 MB / 46:11)

The Spiel des Jahres may seem foreign to some unfamiliar with today's growing hobby board game market.  However, for the last three decades the Spiel des Jahres has been the name that defined good gaming in Europe.  Within the last decade the term has made its way into the vernacular of many western gamers.  What's more the choices of winners over the past three decades have confused and caused some here in America to raise their eyebrows.  We decided to sit down and have a discussion about the Spiel des Jahres and try to understand what this European board game accolade is all about.

The conversation moves from a discussion of what the award is and somehow migrates to Sten attempting to convince the rest of us that the judges might be on the take.  His accusations are of course based on nothing other than his own wild imagination.  Near the end of the podcast we get into our predictions for this year's Spiel nominations and possible winners.  If you weren't aware the nominations will be coming out soon and winners will be chosen soon after that.

One other thing you may or may not be aware of is that many of the Spiel des Jahres judges will be attending next weekend's BoardGameGeek Spring Convention here in the DFW area.  The convention is currently sold out, but this seems to be a new annual event for the judges to attend so make sure you get out there next year if you'd like to speak with them about the voting process.

That's it for this month's board game episode.  We certainly hope you enjoy our rather hilarious attempt to speak some German board game titles and break down the #1 board game award on the planet.

Until next time...
Happy Gaming!

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Episode: Garrett's Games 516 - Quadropolis and SdJ/KdJ Possibilities ( 34.75 MB / 37:58)

Shelley and I get Quadropolis to the table this week for discussion (2 'Classic' game plays, 1 'Expert' game play), finding it quite enjoyable, then spend some time talking about some of the games on the Opinionated Gamers' lists for Spiel des Jahres and Kennerspiel des Jahres (Nominations & Recommendations out tomorrow/Monday, May 23).

Game Discussed: Quadropolis by Francois Gandon from Days of Wonder

Awards Picks:

SdJ Winner: Codenames

Other Nominees: Animals On Board, then Lanterns/Medieval Academy/Karuba

KdJ Winner: Pandemic Legacy

Other Nominees: Quadropolis, then Isle of Skye/Porta Nigra/Steam Time/Grand Austria Hotel (or maybe Castles of Burgundy Card Game which we didn't talk about on the podcast???)


Episode: Episode 51 - Adventure Land ( 65.15 MB / 113:35)

In our fifty-first episode, it's our Kids Games episode, as Aaron and Quinten talk about the games we have been playing lately, including a couple new kids games. We also review the first family game from HABA, the fantasy themed euro game Adventure Land. And we are joined by Rocky & Bruce from the Party Game Cast as we talk about Kids Games that are Fun for Adults.

This episode is sponsored by Crash of Games & Tasty Minstrel Games

Episode: The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 118 ( 21.25 MB / 0:00)

Original Air Date: 19/05/16 Tania joins Mark and Trent in this episode as both Garth and Leon are absent the Dice Men Cometh studio. Together, the trio talk Roll for the Galaxy among what they’ve been playing, the addiction that is miniatures gaming – both the playing and painting thereof – as well as a more »

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Podcast: The Long View
Episode: The Long View - Navajo Wars ( 102.88 MB / 74:31)
In this episode of The Long View, I'm pleased to be joined by none other than Derek Davis, Derek Davis, as we discuss the fascinating solo game Navajo Wars by GMT Games and designer Joel Toppen. Is this a game, a simulation, an experience or all of the above? What makes this title so unique? Does it offer a compelling look into the lives of the Navajo people, the Dine? Listen to hear our thoughts about this fascinating game. The Long View is a proud member of The Dice Tower Network, and is grateful to them for their support. The Long View is also generously sponsored by www.gamesurplus.com. Thanks to them for their support, and thanks to YOU for listening! The episode can be found here in the BGG database, through iTunes or Stitcher by subscription, or by following the link listed below.
Podcast: Dragons Demize
Podcast: Dragons Demize
Episode: Podcast 24 – LOG Arc with David ( 70.89 MB / 0:00)

This week on Dragon’s Demize I am joined by my friend David to talk about LOG Arc. One of the longest running and most in depth Low Obligation Games I have heard of. David talks about the story behind LOG Arc, how he ran the game, how he created the simulated economies and much more. […]

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Episode: AGC Interview 40 (Nerdburger's Murders and Acquisitions) (19:23) ( 8.87 MB / 0:00)
Carol and Mags sit down with Craig Campbell of Nerdburger Games to discuss his RPG Murders and Acquisitions, and the challenges of running one’s first-ever Kickstarter.

Download 64kbps mp3 (9.3 MB)

Show links
Nerdburger Games
Muders and Acquisitions (Kickstarter)

Be sure to check out Gamerati!

Episode: Breaking Bad....Medicine - Part 2 ( 0 MB / 75:02)
Part 2 of my interview with Gil Hova! Gil takes us on the rest of the ride talking more about Kickstarter, errors in games, and even more. If you liked part 1, you'll love part 2. Horsey Avenger and I give our review of 7 Wonders Duel from Antoine Bauza and Bruno Cathala. How do you take a game that works for 7 and scale it back so it plays for just two? This game is the absolute definition of that concept. Thanks to Game Surplus for sponsoring the show! And for selling me a copy of Food Chain Magnate.
Episode: nba005 – Grenzerfahrungen ( 43.32 MB / 47:10)
Guten Morgen liebe Klasse, das Thema des heutigen Unterrichts hat einiges mit Grenzerfahrungen zu tun. Sei es, weil diese Folge, die Schall auf Trommelfell dokumentiert, wen die brettagogen auf der Liste der Nominierten zum Spiel des Jahres sehen, kurz vor Datumsgrenze veröffentlicht wird und so noch als Vorhersage gelten kann, oder weil sie vom Limes, dem römischen Grenzwall, handelt, oder schlicht weil der Überraschungsgast dieser Sendung seine Sangeskünste bis an die Grenzen strapaziert. Viel Spass dabei wünschen -die brettagogen-
Podcast: Heavy Cardboard
Episode: Podblast: Edward’s weight loss ( 28.46 MB / 0:00)
Edward’s weight loss journey Edward takes a few minutes to speak candidly about his weight loss journey; the what, why, and how and what impact it’s had on him. [download]
Episode: Week In Review (20 - 2016) with the Game Boy Geek ( 4.27 MB / 2:17)
My week in review where I summarize all my videos from last week in less than two minutes.
Bear Valley - https://youtu.be/oQjkRDFL0XA Guess What - https://youtu.be/Ov3IHZQlVJ0 Skyway Robbery - https://youtu.be/6_Elkvyqk6c 13 Days: The Cuban Missile Crisis - https://youtu.be/cvsbHtBMSW0
The Game Boy [...]
Episode: W3.E20 :: Who, What, Why and Brandon Patton ( 17.03 MB / 18:36)

Who, What, Why presents our twentieth episode of Designing Games with Game Designers featuring designer Brandon Patton. He is one of the designers of the Super PACs Card Game. In this episode we use the themes, components, and mechanics found on the cards in Unpub, the card game from Doug Levandowski and J.R. Honeycutt. The three themes and mechanics were Cold War, kaiju, pirates, acting, traitor, and player elimination.

Alex and I participate in the discussion, so it is a collaborative venture. Enjoy.

Podcast: Ludology
Episode: GameTek Classic 128 - Semi Coops ( 5.84 MB / 6:14)

In this classic GameTek, Geoff looks at semi-cooperative games, and the particular challenges they create for social dynamics.

Duration: 06:13

Podcast: Bretterwisser
Episode: BW066 – Joe Nikisch ( 116.59 MB / 145:12)
Wir haben uns mal wieder jemanden vor das Mikro geholt der was zu erzählen hat. Und das hat Joe Nikisch, der Chef von Abacusspiele dann auch getan.
Podcast: NPC Cast
Podcast: NPC Cast
Episode: Acadecon and the RPG Academy ( 45.78 MB / 0:00)
Download “Acadecon and the RPG Academy” Chris has a chat with Michael from the RPG Academy about their convention’s recent successful Kickstarter! (66min) Things you may be interested in: The RPG Academy Acadecon Tickets via Eventbrite Ultimate Scheme Board Game Orcacon 2017 NPC CAST: YOUR PLACE FOR FACE TO FACE GAMES.  
Podcast: Spiele-Podcast
Episode: Trambahn (Lookout-Games): Spiele-Podcast Nr. 291 ( 11.31 MB / 12:21)
Trambahn (Lookout-Games): Spiele-Podcast Nr. 291 - Zwei-Personen-Kartenspiel rund um die Straßenbahn von München. Die Rezension und Beispielrunde auch als Video: YouTube.
Episode: Gamer Tested - Spouse Approved -Amphipolis with the Game Boy Geek & Denise ( 18.07 MB / 0:00)
In this series Dan & his wife Denise discuss games that are deep enough for gamers, but easy enough for casual or non gamers to learn & play.In this episode Denise talks about why Amphipolis made her “shelf”. In this game you pick tiles from a board to create sets for 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
Episode: WIPNcast 115 ( 20.11 MB / 21:38)
Episode: D6G Ep 189: Smirk & Dagger Update & Dark Moon Detailed Review ( 156.73 MB / 168:47)
Curt Covert, of Smirk and Dagger games, returns to the 3rd chair! Up first Curt gives us the details on what Smirk and Dagger Games has been up to lately, including some exciting new releases coming out this summer. Later we dive into the dice driven traitor game Dark Moon from Stronghold Games.  Is there enough betrayal in this one for a super fan of the back stab like Curt? All that plus:    - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - App of the Ep -  & More If you'd like to discuss the show with us and others in our forum thread: click here.   The following fine organizations help make this show possible:   www.Battlefoam.com www.WolfLair.com www.geeknationtours.com      ==Quick Reference== App of the Ep: 46 min - Battleborn Catch'n Up with Curt: 51 min  Total Fan Girl: 1 hr 33 min Dark Moon Review:  1 hr 38 min    Links Discussed in the show: Craig's Blog: www.McNerdigansPub.com Russ's Blog: http://www.RussRant.com Total Fan Girl Blog: Link Dice Tower Network: Link        
Podcast: player2cast
Episode: House of Geek (bye bye player2cast) ( 7.84 MB / 8:34)

Player2cast is changing and will be no more. As of next episode we will be renamed House of Geek. It will still be the same Ian and Nikki spouting crap on nerdy topics but it means we can move from the board game focus and expand to include all of geek culture.

Thank you for listening.

Supported by:


Follow us on twitter @HouseOfGeek
Find us at www.player2cast.co.uk
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Podcast: Geekline415
Episode: Matt Willig, Paul Logan and Costas Mandylor talk the Horde - Geekline415 ( 46.64 MB / 50:56)

It's our 100th episode!  And what a better way to celebrate then with 3 of the coolest actors on the scene today and all of us talking about that moment when a character in a movie knows he f-ed with the wrong person and the Horde Movie 2016 is full of just those kinds of moments.

Matt Willig former professional football player and Superbowl winner turned actor, seen in the new movie Concussion and many other great films including this one.  Paul Logan, the writer, co-producer, actor and soon to be big budget action star along with the guy who waxes poetic with the even keel of a pure psychotic, actor Costas Mandylor all join us for a very raucous night.

These guys came at us and each other hard, with no mercy, and while we probably haven't met our match, they gave it right back and some great conversation ensued.  These are 3 real guys who had a great time making a movie together and really wanted to share that joy and excitement with you.

Who is this soon to be super star Paul Logan in the Horde movie 2016?
Paul is a terrific guy.  As a former stuntman and serious martial artist, Paul brings a blend of realism to the screen we haven't see since the old days.  He's not afraid to get dirty in front of the camera and risk life and limb to get the shot.  With a work ethic second to none, we see Paul Logan going far.  He is in great physical shape for the Horde and can compete with an John Cena types that might be out there.  Paul brings a blend of nice, honest dude mixed with his martial arts background for a dash of bad-ass.

Surrounded by his cast of friends Matt Willig and Costas Mandylor, the Horde turns out to be a fun indie flick that you can watch.  As Paul puts it, it's Rambo meets the Hills Have Eyes.

Matt Willig turns in yet another solid performance as Stone, but more over, what a great individual Matt turned out to be.  When you spend a good part of your adult life in an NFL locker room you can clearly handle yourself.  Matt falls right in to the conversation dropping bombs and hitting back just like we would expect.  It was a pleasure to hear Matt's insights around acting, the movie, and his work.

And then there was Costas Mandylor, the philosopher, the gentleman, and the man that we all listened to whenever he had anything to say.  An eerie silence seemed to decend over San Francisco when Costas started speaking.  He shared his years in the biz with some great tales and lessons for budding actors, writers and directors.  Costas has seen it and done it, and we can't wait to see more of his work.

Paul is working on a few new things and we can't wait to see what he pulls out of his bag!

You can find Paul on Twitter @RealPaulLogan or at paullogan.net

You can find The Horde on your favorite VOD experience such as Amazon or their official website of The Horde movie 2016 at: http://www.thehordemovie.com/


Check out the official trailer for The Horde movie 2016 right here:

***** DM's review on IMDB *****

Please see my rating system below. I am not a producer, promoter, or in any way financially attached to The Horde Movie 2016 film (other than I paid to buy it)

Sit down and get ready for a mix of Rambo meets Friday the 13th meets The Hills Have Eyes! The Horde Movie 2016 is a dive in to a world of drug runners, hill folk, and a photography class outing that all come colliding together for an action/horror flick that gave me a lot I didn't expect.

As a kind of typical slasher flick, think you've seen this movie before in some iteration? Quite possibly, until we add a slight wrinkle. Not all of the campers are hapless victims, and in fact, one of them is a former Navy Seal, and BAM! suddenly we change gears into Man on Fire meets the Most Dangerous Game meets Taken.

John Crenshaw (played by Paul Logan) becomes our hero and sets out to rescue his campers and rid the world of the hideous Hill People Drug...

Episode: Behind the Scene – Alive : De la création au contrat, l'évolution globale ( 0 MB / 29:25)
Le format "en profondeur" de Playtime reprend du service ! Après s'être intéressé à l'excellent Time Stories, on modifie un peu l'approche pour Alive. Nous allons suivre le projet au fil de son développement, avec une publication irrégulière d'épisodes dans lesquels nous observerons petites ou grandes évolutions mécaniques, thématiques, d'illustrations... Pour le premier épisode, c'est Jérémy, l'auteur, qui nous présente l'évolution générale du prototype jusqu'à la signature du contrat avec La Boite de jeu à Cannes 2016 : démarche créatrice, tests successifs, relations avec le monde professionnel...
Episode: Deadzone Containment Protocols - 7 - Nothing Personal ( 44.59 MB / 32:29)


Nothing Personal

by Greg D Smith

Deadzone is the kind of game that invites stories. It’s tight focus on one small corner of the Warpath universe and skirmish level of gaming means that it invites narrative about the various factions and their heroes. What we have here are ten examples of those stories, chronicling the adventures of various factions from the no-nonsense Enforcers to the piratical Marauders, with idealistic Rebs and wise Asterians thrown in for good measure. Heck, we even managed to get the Plague in there for all you players who just can’t get enough gribbly. As the game inspires stories, you will find that these stories inspire your games. The cinematic nature of the game itself means that you can’t help but visualise each one as a scenario played out across a tabletop. That’s what the best games are about after all.


Jack Fyke, Rob Harper, Janet Wasson, Andrew Jashyn, Daria Winter, Michaella Jashyn, Andrew [...]

Episode: Episode 28: The Cultist Exchange Program ( 62.01 MB / 67:44)
In which we discuss the coming Necrons, the Planetfall cycle, and share our ideas on how to infect people with the love of this game.
You may like us or interact with us on Facebook, via Twitter (@TraxisSectorWC) and subscribe to us via iTunes.
This episode was sponsored in part by Rocky Mountain PC (http://www.rockymountain-pc.com/).
Episode: How to Get Into Distribution - Ep. 38 ( 15.86 MB / 17:20)

Do you have a game that you want to get into the magical land of "distribution"? We talk about how to make that happen! Some topics we discuss are:

  • What is distribution?
  • What is the structure of the market?
  • Why go through distribution?
  • What profits can one expect?
  • Why do retailers like distribution?
  • How does one get picked up by a distributor?
  • Big consolidators and distributors
  • Minimum print sizes

Video Version: https://youtu.be/bpQyJndfdyk

Podcast: Game Wisdom
Episode: Developing Dicetiny and Creating Games in South Korea ( 72.03 MB / 78:41)

This week on the cast, Mike Lee of Fakedice joined me to talk about his studio’s upcoming game Dicetiny, as well as the state of the Game Industry in South Korea. We started with talking about how Fakedice got started and a discussion on the current game development scene in South Korea. Even though South [...]

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Episode: The French Connection ( 44.11 MB / 33:04)
I Papstinenser tager vi denne gang hul på en underkategori af de europæiske spil – nemlig de franske spil – efter vi i en tidligere episode var inde på kategorien ‘Euro Games’. Det er let at dele spil om i ‘Euro Games’ og ‘De amerikanske spil’, men når man går mere i dybden, dukker der flere forskelle og variationer op. De er centrum for dagens snak. Vi kommer rundt om en række franske spil og prøver at fremhæve, hvordan de adskiller sig fra blandt tyske og amerikanske designs. En række franske titler Citadels Mascarade Colt Express Mall of Horror Lewis & Clark Medieval Mastery 7 Wonders Libertalia Dogs of War Terror in Meeple City (som tidligere hed Rampage) Ghost Stories En række ikke-franske titler Power Grid Munchkin Talisman Arkham Horror Eldritch Horror
Episode: Guess What Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 7.11 MB / 0:00)
My board game review on this party style game about guessing what 3 pictures make up the clue given. From 9 pictures on a board you come up with a clue to try and get everyone else to guess which 3 pictures you’re referencing. Think Codenames with pictures.
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.Fac [...]
Episode: GSL 49: Magic the Gathering ( 51.46 MB / 56:12)

In Games In Schools and Libraries 49 Donald and Stephanie talk about acquiring cards, building decks, and learning how to play, Magic: the Gathering. 

Other related games mentioned: 
Pokémon, Yu Gi Oh, Netrunner, Dominion, Mage Wars Academy, Dominion, Magic: The Gathering – Arena of the Planeswalkers,

Reviews (35:00)

  • Fast Flip
  • Bring Your Own Book
  • Munchkin Marvel
  • Colt Express

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Inverse Genius: http://www.inversegenius.com/ 

Episode: PDXAge & More Rebellion ( 18.68 MB / 40:49)

We talked about some of the games I played at a small local convention, PDXAge, that I attended last weekend, and Wash talks about some of his games he's been playing in his spare time.

Episode: The First Roll - What's New on KS - Episode 36: Friday, May 20th ( 17.61 MB / 7:41)
Episode 36 of your Weekdays Update on what Games are New on Kickstarter. Friday, May 20th You can read everything in blog form Here: https://thefinalroll.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/the-first-roll-whats-new-on-ks-episode-36-friday-may-20th/ Links for Episode 36: Elf Noblewoman: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2080764133/elf-noblewoman-fantasy-tabletop-miniature-heroic-3 Boxer Rebellion Miniatures: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1543779115/boxer-rebellion-28mm-miniatures Determine Borders: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1438234520/determine-borders Vikings Gone Wild: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/372651021/vikings-gone-wild-the-board-game Omni: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/zifan/omni-tactical-board-game Mastermind’s Workshop: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/289210196/masterminds-workshop-a-game-of-gnomish-tinkering Load - The Board Game: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1915792245/load-the-board-game Chief Inspector & City of Outcasts: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gamesalute/gaslight-empire-games-chief-inspector-and-city-of Monkey Butt: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/monkeybutt/monkey-butt Spank the Yeti: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/galacticsneeze/spank-the-yeti-the-party-game-of-questionable-deci WordStacker: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/mattknott/wordstacker-the-word-wrangling-card-game Zombag: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/380266157/zombag-the-competitive-zombie-apocalypse-in-a-bag BattleBo: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/battlebo/battlebo-capture-the-castle-to-win-the-battle BYOB-INGO: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1653451169/byob-ingo Goblin Punk: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1773039209/goblin-punk-a-pathfinder-compatible-adventure Cinema of Attractions: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cinelinxmedia/cinema-of-attractions Cosmic Empires - Second Edition: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1498947592/cosmic-empires-2nd-edition Instant Terrain: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nomadjack/instant-terrain-0
Episode: Episode 25 - What Do Those “X’s” Stand for, Again? ( 38.26 MB / 54:58)

This week we look at a genre of games not usually filled with a ton of great two player games: 4X-style games. See what we liked and what we didn’t about the ones we have played and hear our recommendation for the best one to play with two.

Games featured in this episode include:

Swinging Jivecat Voodoo Lounge Onitama Thunder & Lightning Mexica Shakespeare Babel
Episode: ZCON: An Oral History ( 40.35 MB / 43:57)
Having narrowly survived his encounter with The Virgin Queen and with the scent of pie in the air, Board Chairman Jesse Mayhew sensed it was time to begin his annual pilgrimage to ZOMGALOMECON: the most feared and respected housecon in all of Guilford, Vermont.
Episode: The Final Roll - 48 Hours Left to Go! - Episode 31: Friday, May 20th ( 18.64 MB / 8:08)
Episode 31 of your Last Reminder to Back some Cool Games! Friday, May 20th - 7PM CET to Monday, May 23rd - 7PM CET Sad KS Story of the Week: Several, Listen Inside! RPG of the Week: Hidden Kingdom. A Written version of this podcast can be found: https://thefinalroll.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/the-final-roll-48-hours-left-to-go-episode-31-friday-may-20th/ Links for Episode 31: Thunder Chrome: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/thunderchrome/thunder-chrome-3d-printable-post-apocalyptic-scene Tak: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cheapassgames/tak-a-beautiful-game Cavern Tavern: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/512772051/cavern-tavern Wibbell++: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bybez/wibbell-a-game-system-letters-language-and-laughte Ninja High School: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/132143500/ninja-high-school-expandable-card-game Super Hazard Quest: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/949523363/super-hazard-quest Jindur - Pirates Gold: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2005126418/jindur-pirates-gold The Golfing Dead: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1019378145/the-golfing-dead Terrainosaurus: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gametilewarehouse/terrainosaurus-all-purpose-terrain-tiles Jacked: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1312505348/jacked-racecards Cheeky Monkeys: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/739812603/cheeky-monkeys RPG of the Week - Hidden Kingdom: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/hiddenkingdom/hidden-kingdom-the-arthurian-role-playing-game The Folio #9 - The Lost Apprentice: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/563681582/the-folio-9-the-lost-apprentice Thunder Alley - Crew Chief Expansion (Relaunch): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nothingnowgames/thunder-alley-crew-chief-by-richard-launius-final Zombie Farkle Redux (Relaunch): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1126868482/zombie-farkle-redux-a-dice-game-to-die-for
Podcast: 1 Player podcast
Episode: 1P 102- Conflict of Heroes ( 96.96 MB / 70:36)

The year of wargaming continues, with our second game of the year. Granted, we’re almost halfway through the year, but at least we got another one. Albert and Julius discuss Conflict of Heroes Awakening the Bear and its solo expansion this episode as well as talking about other games and topics.

Show notes:

  • Opening Chatter
    • Flash Point
    • AJ’s thread on the Guild
    • Update on the Challenge Coin (Live now!)
  • Kickstarter (17)
Podcast: The White Book
Episode: The White Book S7E24- 248 ( 64.23 MB / 125:24)
Team Right: This week, FFG dropped some special tournament news and we review the final chapter pack of the Westeros cycle, True Steel. Music by Spinozar
Episode: EPISODE384 - Star Fleet Universe On Call ( 54.95 MB / 80:29)
Discuss Captain Log #51.
Episode: Audycja Przystanek Planszówka – odcinek 12 ( 73.16 MB / 0:00)

Stojąc w kolejce dobrze jest podyskutować. A o czym? O grach planszowych, kolejkach, reglamentowanych towarach… I tak w kolejnej audycji dyskutowaliśmy o dwóch grach: Kolejce oraz Reglamentacji. Kolejka to jedna z najbardziej znanych gier planszowych w Polsce. Gra Karola Madaja podbiła także rynki zagraniczne. Skąd tyle emocji wokół tego tytułu? Dlaczego stała się powodem międzynarodowego skandalu?

Artykuł Audycja Przystanek Planszówka – odcinek 12 pochodzi z serwisu Przystanek Planszówka.

Episode: Skyway Robbery Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 10.17 MB / 5:28)
My board game review of this air heisting game. Grab cash, gather gangsters & equipment to pull off heists. In this action programming game you’re trying to get the most reputation.
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
Episode: Episode #19 – Detective Bulls*%$! ( 38.29 MB / 36:45)
What do you get when you mix one part Clue, two parts Cards Against Humanity, and a truckload of storytelling antics? A game so zany, we can't even type out it's name. In episode 19, we chat with Rae Votta and Corey Lubowich, the founders of Tasty Penguin, and the creators of the upcoming card game, Detective Bulls*%$! During our conversation, we discuss why you should never launch a Kickstarter campaign alone, why you should completely ignore other Kickstarter projects, and why penguins and other arctic birds actually taste a lot like salmon. We play the Game Design Challenge and find ourselves struggling not to be overcome by the dire state of our existence. You can check out Detective Bulls*%$! on their Kickstarter page at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/753448275/detective-bullshit-the-card-game You can also connect with Tasty Penguin on their website, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Episode: G2B Ep. 204: Underrated and Pissed About It ( 57.09 MB / 0:00)
IGN's rating of Doom was unnecessarily low. Say what you will, but given Doom's steller reviews on Steam, most other reviews sites and their own audience IGN missed the mark. The Gutter Geeks talk Doom and all the other underrated games in history on this episode of Guys Games and Beer!

Special shout out to Infinite Monkeys on their release of Life Goes On: Done to Death! Check this hilarious side scrolling physics based puzzler at http://www.lifegoesongame.com/

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Episode: GrogCast Origins Previews: Command Post Wargaming ( 27.32 MB / 29:50)
19 May 2016 ~ We’re continuing our Origins 2016 previews for the Central Command this week with the guys that run the Command Post Wargaming events.  Want to know how these work?  Think the “staff” just makes the commander his coffee?  We’ll teach you the planning process and let you tackle the mission as it unfolds in (almost) real time.
Episode: Limited Resources 337 - Shadows over Innistrad Sealed Deck ( 30.9 MB / 67:26)

This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis talk Shadows over Innistrad Sealed Deck. Get all the inside info on what changes from Draft to Sealed in SOI right here. 


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Episode: Episode 43 - Competitive Play ( 57.81 MB / 42:03)

People play games in a bunch of different ways, and one of the biggest dividing lines is between competitive and casual play. In a lot of ways, we have very different temperaments toward playstyles, so the discussion on this really does roam pretty freely over several aspects of the difference. Knowing how you play games is key to getting along w/ others in the game space, so take the time to figure out the assumptions you're bringing to games.

Episode: Episode 37 - We Played Some Games!!! ( 27.97 MB / 36:13)

While we were away, we played some games. Time to debrief....

Episode: Vox Republica 118: A Quarriors Qretrospective ( 58.13 MB / 62:55)
Episode 118: A Quarriors Qretrospective

Length: 1:02:54

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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: Fresh off attending a new local game convention, Erin and Ryan talk about the excitement that surrounds the foundation of a new con. Then, after talking about a few of the many games played lately, they move from the present to the past by doing a retrospective review on the innovative dice drafting game Quarriors. Is it still good now? Was it good then? Let's find out!



QUICK TOPICS - (20:27):

  • We attended the inaugural launch of the first Granite Game Summit, a new New England-based gaming convention!

REVIEW - (27:13):

  • Quarriors is a 2011 release from WizKids for 2-4 players that focuses on the idea of 'dice drafting'. Set in a fantasy world, you play as warriors who must ready spells and summon creatures to fight for you on the field of battle. You do this Each turn by drawing six dice from your bag and rolling them. From there you spend your rolled resources assigning on assigning monsters and buying new recruits. It’s essentially a deck-building game in dice form, so you spend a lot of the game attempting to get more dice to improve your rolls. Innovative when it first came out, we take a look back and see if it holds up today - and whether it ever did in the first place.

(Note: if you don't see pictures below, you can view them via the RSS feed or clicking this link.)

All the Quarriors snugged in tightly A Quarrior Qreature Qard A typical Quarriors setup This player can spend 3 of their 4 Quiddity to ready both of their monster dice The player only has enough resources to either summon their Wizard or buy a new Ghost Having survived the round, this Goblin scores 2 Glory (VP) The Quarriors Qlan family photo


PLUGS - (1:02:07):

  • We previewed Anachrony, the time-traveling worker placement game, currently on Kickstarter
  • We reviewed Apotheca, the light set-matching tile game.
  • 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 and BoardGameGeek.


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

Podcast: Gradanie
Episode: Wir sind das Volk! – Gradanie #137 ( 28.67 MB / 0:00)
Gry historyczne mają to do siebie, że zazwyczaj pozwalają odtworzyć jakiś konkretny konflikt. Nie inaczej jest i w tym przypadku, jednak Wir Sind Das Volk! nie opowiada o konflikcie z użyciem broni i wojska, a takim prowadzonym za pomocą ideologii i pracy u podstaw. Zaintrygowani? Zapraszamy do słuchania. W podcaście wspominamy, że grę można wypróbować […]
Episode: 59 | Pretty Little Souped Up Four Wheel Drive ( 52.46 MB / 57:16)
See, the thing is, that two people build a thing together, and it's theirs. It doesn't belong to just one of them. They sit down to play a board game, and they agree to the rules, and then one of them is jim-jamming the cards, or frosting their dice, or some other rule-breaking crap. And what's the other one supposed to do? What do you do when somebody you trusted takes the whole thing and throws it in the trash? Destroy their car, clearly. This, ah, bit will make sense by the end of the episode. Trust me. I'm a doctor.
Episode: TGC: 056 JT Smith from Tabletop.Events- Tool Suite To Run Your Own Game Convention ( 53.25 MB / 66:06)


Find out more about this tool at: https://tabletop.events/

www.Helpscout.net- Knowledgebase and Customer Support tool used by Game Crafter and Tabletop Events

Episode: The Reserve Pool Podcast Season 2 Episode 26 WKO2 Chat and Discussion ( 63.23 MB / 0:00)
Isaac, Stuart and Trubie discuss their WKO2 experiences.

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