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Episode: Express 20: Ten Games That Consistently Hit the Table ( 107.72 MB / 71:55)
In Express 20, Chris and Jamie list Ten Games That Consistently Hit the Table
Episode: Team Building Exercise #5 - Forge Fathers! ( 48.2 MB / 70:13)


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 everyones infotainment!
Our Lists;
Jack- https://www.dropbox.com/s/7c0wyu10824abpk/TBE5-FF-Jack.pdf?dl=0

Rob- https://www.dropbox.com/s/2c2xhbw958lmyp6/TBE5-FF%20Rob.pdf?dl=0

Coach- https://www.dropbox.com/s/ejau0plihslggqi/TBE5-FF-Coach.pdf?dl=0

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Podcast: Na Potezi
Episode: Igre za dva ( 28.16 MB / 61:27)
Sedma epizoda, v njej se Žiga in Jure pogovarjata o igrah, ki so namenjene le dvema igralcema.
Episode: Episode 17: Gadgetzan Special! ( 97.06 MB / 106:00)
Check out this special episode and listen to a few experienced yet amateur Hearthstone lovers reacting to the new expansion, The Mean Streets of Gadgetzan. Pick your gang allegiance or be fickle and suffer unfavorable Yogg for the rest of your days.
Episode: INT, November 2016: Favourite monster ( 32.66 MB / 35:40)

This week's hosts: Liam, Cathal, Sean and Mary

This week, the party discuss their favourite monsters. Which ones and why?

Episode: Episode 60: Arkham Horror: The Living Card Game ( 116.7 MB / 104:54)

In the 60th ever episode of the podcast, Craig recounts a FULL two weeks of games, yes, that's right, he ACTUALLY played games. First he is joined by Erin and Tyler to discuss their family plays which included Erin's vacation plays, some epic Thanksgiving games, and a 12 hour game day for Craig and Tyler. Finally, Craig is joined by Matthew Halstad and Ben Rush from the League of Nonsensical Gamers to discuss Craig's newest collectible obsession: The Arkham Horror LCG. It's a hauntingly good time, and at some point, Craig may have summoned a swirling portal of death, but we're not entirely sure. 

Show Times:

Intro: 0:35

Family Plays: 5:29

Kanagawa, Lotus, Patchwork, Fluxx, Colt Express, Timeline, Dixit, Roll Player, Stockpile, Dicey Goblins, Covert, At the Gates of Loyang.

Main Feature: 38:23

Arkham Horror: LCG, ft. Matt Halstad and Ben Rush

Wrap-Up: 1:42:05

Episode: Episode 71 - Game Weight and The Gallerist ( 99.93 MB / 108:58)

In this episode, Eddie is joined by friend of the show Jon Weber to talk about how we define the weight of games and review the undoubtedly-heavy game The Gallerist!

Episode: Boardcast News 11.24.2016 | Podcast of Nonsensical Gamers ( 49.34 MB / 53:54)
Matt & Tiff jump into a very professional discussion of board game news, only to be derailed by conversations about MREs and Will Wheaton's hair.
Podcast: BOTH DOWN
Episode: Both Down – Re-Introduction ( 63.77 MB / 69:39)
Both Down – Re-Introduction – As the new Blood Bowl box set brings in new players. We hope this episode will introduce new listeners to us. A recap of who Both Down is, and what we do… well what we … Continue reading →
Episode: Episode 168: Sandstorms Never Bothered Me Anyway ( 0 MB / 0:00)
Enjoy the last of the desert rules as we present the one and only podcast dedicated mostly to the greatest game in the world Advanced Squad Leader.  Special thanks to Megan and Dennis for a wonderful opening song.   This episode is sponsored by Ritterkrieg and Bounding Fire Productions SHOW TIMES 1:00 Chitter Chatter 15:00 What Have You Played Lately 33:00 Desert Rules 1:19:46   Total Running
Podcast: Cult of the New
Episode: Cult of the New Board Game Podcast Episode 033 – Great Western Trail vs The Oracle of Delphi ( 27.82 MB / 30:23)
Episode 033! and the first game vs game for a loooong time as I see who wins when I compare Great Western Trail vs The Oracle of Delphi. 2 new releases, 2 very good games, my 2 favourite designers… go head to head. Plus the usual new releases, Kickstarters and news. Excuse the sniffles, low energy and […]
Episode: Sneak Peek & Mini Review of Bruno Cathata’s 2017 Releases with the Game Boy Geek ( 13.36 MB / 7:13)

My sneak peek of some upcoming games from Bruno Cathala for 2017. I give you quick overviews, and my thoughts after 1 or two plays of them.

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Episode: Episode 60 – Worlds 2016 Wrap Up Show! ( 211.8 MB / 231:07)
Welcome to NOVA Squadron Radio!  Well, Worlds 2016 has come and gone and the three time Champion has finally been dethroned!  We discuss the ins and outs of Worlds 2016, from the players’ perspective, the TOs perspective, and an analysis of the lists that will be setting the meta for early Regionals this year.  We also cover the reveal of Kylo Ren’s shuttle. All of that and a LOT more... NOVA Squadron Radio is: Ed Horne – Host Chad Brown – Co-Host Sean Dorcy – Co-host Bob Randall – Co-host Kris Sherriff – Co-host Richard Hsu – Co-host Paul Heaver – Co-Host Chris Brown – Guest Host Here are the show notes from Episode 60: [0:00 – 2:15] Show Opening [2:15 –37:45] Flight Deck [37:45– 1:17:45] News: The NOVA Open!  http://www.novaopen.com/ AUGUST 31 - SEPTEMBER 3rd, 2017 at the Hyatt Regency in Arlington, VA. Stele Open 2017 April 7, 2017 – April 9, 2017 at the Hilton Washington Dulles Airport LVO 2017 February 3-5th, 2017, Bally's Casino. The Vassal X-Wing League - https://www.reddit.com/r/xwingonline/comments/4a13il/new_player_signups_for_the_xwing_vassal_league/ Social Meeples: http://clearbox.socialmeeples.net/home Factional Devotion https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2016/10/24/fanatical-devotion/ [1:17:45– 3:05:15] Main Segment: Worlds 2016 Review [3:05:15– 3:45:30] Main Segment II: World 2016 Interviews! [3:45:30– 3:51:15] Show Closing Musical Credits go out to the band ‘Insane Ride’ and their songs ‘Sound of Rock and Roll’ and ‘Wrong or Right’ found on the Free Music Archive at http://freemusicarchive.org/ Audio Editing & Mixing by Podcast Masters www.podcastmasters.net Thanks for listening, and talk to you again in two weeks! Here is the direct link: www.novasquadronradio.com
Episode: PSP #324: Fall Anime Midpoint Recap with a Side of The Dwarves ( 0 MB / 0:00)

In today's episode, Marc talks about the fall anime they're still watching now that the season is over halfway through, including Drifters, Girlish Number, and what is undeniably the best series of the season: Yuri!!! on Ice. And then, after anime-ing all over the place, Marc talks about The Dwarves, a new game that does a lot of good, but does some important things not-so-well, making it impossible to recommend in its current state, at least on consoles, specifically Xbox One. Cheers and enjoy the show! | Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/PXS | Buy some art: pxsart.com


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

Podcast: Wargames To Go
Episode: Wargames To Go 9 - Alesia ( 40.05 MB / 116:32)
Another month, another podcast! More important, another famous subject of military history. I'm planning to get through one topic per month to maximize my subjects to study & visit during my year in Europe. I have to say, though--this month illustrated that it doesn't me dive in as deeply as I'd like. As with most of you, I don't have a ton of time to get wargames on the table, especially during the week. Even with my focus on the small titles, they still take time. Especially if they require print & play preparations, and you feel the need to round counter corners.


Volko Ruhnke


Am I supposed to root for the Gauls? As an American of Swedish ancestry, who can say? As an engineer, though, I am in awe of the Roman army.

I picked Alesia for a few reasons. I didn't want to fall into the trap of focusing exclusively on WW2 battles while living here. Going all the way back to Ancients is a good cure for that. Sure enough, I quickly found the subject as fascinating as any from WW2. There was a whole lot to learn here, as much about the Gallic society as the Roman army and one particular battle. Some of my reading was about the individual battle, and some was about the entire Gallic War. There's a hot game right now that covers that broader conflict. Though I knew I wouldn't get to it myself just now, I was pleased to interview designer Volko Ruhnke and hear some of the design features and objectives of Falling Sky.


Frédéric Bey

also offered me a chance to see the battlefield. At least, where we THINK the battle took place. I got to see the museum there, the reconstructions of Roman fortifications, and take in the view from the hilltop where Vercingetorix may have once stood in the oppidum of Alesia. There are some competing theories among historians for the location, though, so one wargame designer made a second title with the most prominent alternative. That designer is my other interview subject for the podcast, Frédéric Bey.


Ugh, are you sure you want to look at these? I didn't--they look terrible.
The Gaul (2001)
Caesar the Conqueror (1962)
Asterix and Obelix vs. Caesar (1999) (Ok, not history, but any Frenchman will remember Asterix if you bring up Alesia)
The Conquerors - Episode 12: Caesar - Conqueror of Gaul (a "History Channel documentary," but a pretty good one)

The Gallic War by Julius Caesar
Alesia 52 BC by Nic Fields
Caesar's Legion by Stephen Dando-Collins

Remember to follow along & chime in on my geeklist/discussion) for all of my Dunkirk & explorations. If you're a wargamer on social media, follow me on Twitter (@WargamesToGo). Feedback is always welcome.


P.S. If you want to get started on my next topic, it will be The Battle of the Bulge.

Episode: GSL 59: 4 Player Couch Play ( 28.54 MB / 0:00)

In episode 59 of Games in Schools and Libraries Donald and Stephanie talk about popular games that can be played by four players at a time on one XBOX One or PS4. 

  • Rocket League
  • Minecraft
  • Tricky towers
  • Gauntlet
  • Overcooked
  • Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime
  • Rayman Legends
  • Broforce
  • Castle Crasher
  • Battle Block Theater
  • Madden NBA 2K WW 2K
  • Trials Fusion
  • Goat Simulator
  • Magica 2

Games in Schools and Libraries is produced by Inverse Genius
Games in Schools and Libraries Guild at Board Game Geek
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Podcast: Terminal7
Episode: Terminal7 58: You're the Omar ( 67.92 MB / 58:10)
Terminal7 is joined by very special guest Dan Clark of Fantasy Flight Games to discuss his new Android: Netrunner novella Monster Slayer. What's Reina's favourite food? If GRNDL is this bad, what must GRNDL's mother be like? Join us and find out!
Podcast: Munchkin Land
Episode: Munchkin Land #202: What Were We Thinking? (A Munchkin Minute) ( 6.27 MB / 8:45)

In this episode of Munchkin Land we reveal the new Smash Up Expansion, gear up for Batman Dice, and have an important question that needs your answer!

Show your thanks to Major Spoilers for this episode by becoming a Major Spoilers Patron at Patreon.com/MajorSpoilers. It will help ensure Munchkin Land continues far into the future!

Contact us at podcast@majorspoilers.com


Never let a cute face fool you, there’s a beatin’ awaiting you behind those cuddly smiles (didn’t Pretty Pretty Smash Up teach you anything?!?!) But it doesn’t end there, if you survive the onslaught of the teddy bears, you have rock stars, grannies, and explorers awaiting… seriously, what were we thinking?

Smash Up: What Were We Thinking returns to the wild randomness of the early days of Smash Up. By combining this expansion with your Smash Up sets, will you take Zombie Rock Stars against Explorer Dinosaurs? What about Time Travelling Grannies versus Teddy Bear Vampires?


The Joker, Catwoman, The Riddler, and Poison Ivy are pulling off elaborate heists to score as much loot as they can carry! Based on the award-winning TV show, Batman: The Animated Series™ Dice Game lets you become a Super-Villain in a press-your-luck game for the whole family. Roll the dice and take advantage of each villain's diabolical abilities to scheme your way to victory before getting busted by Batman™!

Episode: News of the North - 2016-11-29 ( 20.53 MB / 29:54)

Hello geeks,

Welcome to the November 29th, 2016 edition of News of the North. Here’s our weekly selection of interesting news items in the miniature wargaming world.

[Steamforged Games] New releases
[Puppets War] Undead Knights
[Pulp Monsters] Pulp City November Releases
[World of Twilight] New releases for Twilight
[Black Sun Miniatures] Ora
[FireForge Games] Albion’s Knights on Pegasus on pre-order

Podcast: The Dice Tower
Episode: TDT # 484 - Games No One Talks About (but me!) ( 83.55 MB / 91:16)

In this show, we talk about Escape Room: the Game, Glux, Honshu, Arkham Horror: the Card Game, Escape from Colditz, and Hanamikoji.  We talk about BGG.con, hear a very awkward Tale, and end the show with our top ten games that it seems everyone has forgotten but us.

Episode: RDTN Episode 107: The Fog of War interview with Geoff Engelstein and BGG Con Recap ( 77.19 MB / 84:14)
We had the opportunity to sit down with Geoff Engelstein to talk about his new game The Fog of War, published by Stronghold Games. We are all aware of Geoff's Space Cadet series and his recent release of The Dragon and Flagon. However, Fog of War is a departure from Geoff's normal type of game. We ask him why the change and specifically going into the World War II era where there are many games that already exist with this theme. One item about his game that you might want to be sure you understand is that there are no "dudes on the map". It is a card game where you are trying to bluff your opponent so that you can gain control of areas. Supply lines must be considered and various operational phases come into play that can impact outcomes. The game is long, people reporting over 90 minutes of play and this is a two player only game. Marty also talks about the various demos he got to play at BGG Con and the shenanigans that he was part of. If you got to attend BGG Con this year, hope you enjoyed it and had as much fun as he did. More importantly, Marty was shown something that just takes our breath away. Once again, Ignacy is the freakin' man. Thank you Thanks for listening and always happy to hear your comments. Our annual survey comes out soon, so hope you will take the time to fill it out. Yes, we will probably bribe you somehow to get you to do it.    Related Stories 
Episode: TGT 015: Holiday Gift Ideas ( 51.88 MB / 64:07)
We have a holiday contest!  Email us to enter (tabletopgametalk@gmail.com).  Any subject, comment, feedback, or just to say hi.  Once you email us, you’ll also get an extra entry for every like on facebook or twitter and 3 for every share or retweet (past or present).  And 5 extra entries for an iTunes review.  The prize? … Continue reading TGT 015: Holiday Gift Ideas →
Episode: Best Games of BGG.con ( 66.64 MB / 48:32)

Our top games from bgg.con, including: London Dread, Cottage Garden, The Networks, Unfair, Kingdomino, Inis, Flamme Rouge, and Fog of Love. Join Hilary, Tom, and Chris as we look at the last great crop of board games for 2016.

Episode: CBA Pubcast #5 - The Bottom Line...Cost ( 28.2 MB / 33:56)

Today we talk about the cost of creating the games we love.

Episode: The 2016 Holiday Survival Guide ( 84.83 MB / 46:19)

It's the most wonderful tiiiiime of the year! THE HOLIDAYS! Liz & Aaron are here to arm you with a Holiday Survival Guide so you can spend your vacation time playing games in any situation! They've got plenty of board games and videogames that are sure to help guide you while you're sippin' on eggnog. (Hey, maybe pour something fun into that drink, you earned it!)

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Want to know more about the games we discussed on the show? EASY! We've made a list (and checked it twice) below!

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Podcast: Jugando Solo
Episode: Jugando Solo 21. Pesadilla antes de navidad (especial terror) ( 53.5 MB / 116:52)
Se recomienda escuchar este episodio en total oscuridad, solo y por la noche. El episodio de hoy comienza con el audio-relato "La Extraña Casa elevada entre la Niebla" de H. P. Lovecraft. Después analizo tres solitarios Print & Play totalmente gratuitos que son: 1-Zombie in my pocket. 2-Dice of Arkham. 3-A night in deepwail manor. Finalmente recomiendo una serie de películas, libros, comics y videojuegos de terror. Un saludo y a pasarlo mal en esta Pesadilla antes de Navidad.
Episode: The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 143 ( 48.3 MB / 52:45)

Original air date: 24/11/16 It’s all Vital Lacerda, all the time this week, as Garth and Mark talk about their experience of playing an “advanced prototype” of Lisboa at Pax Aus 2016, and Trent interviews the designer himself. We also touch on the Lisboa Kickstarter, and give you the heads up on our Instagram competition . more »

The post The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 143 appeared first on The Dice Men Cometh.

Episode: The Prep Are Podcast - A Rerun ( 35.95 MB / 0:00)
Oddball and Shadowmeld both got I'll over the holidays, so we decided to bring you a call back to some competitively relevant info from last season. Hope you all enjoy the throwback, and the sweet voice of RJRetro!

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Episode: Episode 169: Dear Comrades ( 0 MB / 0:00)
In this show we have a bit of fun while digging out of a yuge... and we mean yuge backlog of letters. The postman had to request that we clear out our mailbox as it was overflowing into the street and blocking traffic. That means we cover a variety of questions, concerns and ASL ideas. It is a great chance to hear from you.....the precious and rare fans of The 2 Half-Squads. Then we take a look
Episode: GM Round Table-Episode 40 ( 45.66 MB / 49:53)

Tara and Phil had been swapping notes on running RPGs. This got us thinking about bringing in our friends and sharing all of our experiences of running a game with our listeners. We are joined by Veronica of Cthulhu & Friends and Alex of S.H.U Podcast to discuss their game mastering styles and some advice for future game masters.

This podcast if NSFW.

You can find our guests on Twitter, Alex is @happypuke and his podcast is @SHUpodcast. Veronica is @TypicalVeronica and her podcast is @CaFPodcast.

Podcast: On Board Games
Episode: OBG 222: Fiddly Beer Forever ( 33.5 MB / 36:36)
Live from BGG Con!   In this episode, Erik, Donald, Bruce, and Reed Little talk about what they are interested in in the con.     (9:35) Next, Don, Erik, Patrick Hillier (from the What Did You Play This Week Podcast), Matt Saunders (designer of Mow Money) and Barry Goldstein (clinical psychologist) talk about Publisher speed dating, convention tips, introverts, and extroverts.   This episode is sponsored by Mythic Battles Pantheon currently on Kickstarter. Check it out!   Inverse Genius: http://www.inversegenius.com/

Patreon account: http://www.patreon.com/obg
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On Board Games Guild at Board Game Geek

Episode: GeekNights 20161128 - Building a Computer: End of 2016 ( 116.1 MB / 0:00)

It's an interesting time to be buying a computer, and we're both on the verge of doing just that. Rym's rig is pretty close to Scott's, but we talk in depth about the what and why of our choices. In the news, OSX's handling of /etc/hosts is ludicrous, and ransomeware takes out SF's transit terminals.

The GeekNights Patreon is worth checking out! We'll be at MAGFest and PAX South very soon!

Podcast: Días de Juego
Episode: DdJ Magazine 006. Parejas jugonas, juegos de saldo y educación seria ( 131.8 MB / 0:00)
Hola a todos. Nuevo magazine, esta vez con duración extendida. Pincha aquí para descargar el programa. CONTENIDO DEL PROGRAMA Programa 06, 28 de Noviembre de 2016 [00:00:15] Presentación. [00:02:38] Comentarios de los oyentes y seguimiento de temas anteriores. [00:12:30] En “Hablar por Jugar” retomamos y finiquitamos (creo) el tema de los jugones “de culo duro” […]
Episode: Episode 107 – Intervention Corp Cards ( 0 MB / 0:00)
On our agenda: Download this episode (right click and save) The panel sits down with Worlds Top 16 Competitor Dien Tran to finish off the Intervention card highlight.  There are some powerful corp options in this pack, and the panel considers all of the important questions, including: Why is the third subroutine on Data Ward […]
Podcast: Low Player Count
Episode: If You Buy One Game - Games We Are Thankful For... ( 22.4 MB / 21:40)

If You Buy One Game is a minisode series where the individual Low Player Count crew and friends across the boardgames universe can individually discuss and review a game of their choice, based on theme, topic, or even time of year.

This episode? Game We Are Thankful For!

Also, be sure to check out the Stonemaier Games Charity Giveaway beginning December 1. Low Player Count is honored to participate in it this year!

0:40 - Stonemaier Games Giveaway Announcement

4:50 - Shawn’s Pick: Cry Havoc

8:56 - Cliff’s Pick: Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn

13:27 - Travis’ Pick: Ottoman Sunset

18:30 - Donny’s Pick: Guildhall


Check us out

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Episode: RJ59: D'on venim monsieur Comas? ( 49.05 MB / 53:27)

Quan s'apropa el Festival Dau Barcelona acostumem a parlar amb el seu comissari, el gran Oriol Comas... però enguany encara no hem trobat el moment ni l'espai (però us assegurem que parlarem de Dau 2016 en molt poc temps. Ja sabeu que és un festival que ens va enamorar des de la primera edició i que hem cobert àmpliament sempre).

El que sí us portem avui és la conferència que l'Oriol va fer en el marc d'un altre festival d'una altra ciutat important: Ludivers Girona. El títol de la ponència era Grans autors clàssics, però es va parlar de quelcom més i es van abordar temes tan interessants com el de la classificació dels jocs o la gestió patrimonial d'algunes col·leccions privades... tot això amb algunes còpies damunt la taula de clàssics de la col·lecció personal d'en Comas. Un gran document sonor per saber d'on venim aquests que gaudim jugant, creant i parlant de jocs.


Podcast: Run Last Click
Episode: RLC@Worlds_2016: Outtakes/Bloopers ( 5.52 MB / 4:42)

Stupid s#%t that didn't fit anywhere else.

Podcast: Run Last Click
Episode: RLC@Worlds 2016 - FFG Chats: Red Sand Spoilers w/ Damon Stone ( 47.91 MB / 41:44)

Recorded during the Top 16 cut of Worlds. We sit down with Damon Stone (Lead Developer of Netrunner) and chat about some of the spoiled cards from the upcoming Red Sand cycle.

Podcast: Run Last Click
Episode: RLC@Worlds 2016 - Episode 7: Wrap Up and Thank Yous ( 36.37 MB / 31:39)

Recorded back home in the UK. Sorting out some loose ends and thanking many nice people.

Episode: Kicking the Table #88 ( 55.54 MB / 87:35)
Jeremy and Kevin diverge a lot as we only had twenty games on the list.
Episode: Meeples & Miniatures - Episode 186 - Spartan Games Dystopian World Expansion ( 83.43 MB / 91:08)

Welcome to Episode 186 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast

In this show, host Neil Shuck chats to Neil Fawcett, owner of Spartan Games, all about their recent new Kickstarter project: Dystopian World Expansion, which is running until the 21st December 2016.

Podcast: Who Dares Rolls
Episode: Who Dares Rolls Podcast Episode 37 – Seafall/Scythe and Hype in Boardgames ( 89.46 MB / 78:10)
The boys return with a fresh new episode of the podcast. Following the “technical difficulties” following the last episode a sufficient amount of sellotape was attached to Mike’s microphone cord to avoid any further “technical difficulties”. In this rambunctious wollop of entertainment: We discuss what we’ve been playing including Eric Lang’s latest H.M.S. Dolores and […]
Episode: Fantastic Gymnastics Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 10.39 MB / 5:35)

My review of this hilarious dexterity game that will bring crowds around any table it is at! Can you time the motion and release just right to stick the landing?

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Episode: Episode 51: Just 5 Hours on Season 3 (Part 2) ( 143.74 MB / 179:26)

Episode 51: Just 5 Hours on Season 3 (Part 2)
November 28, 2016

Phil, Bill, and guest Jamie Perkins sit down and have a chat about everything that's changed in Season 3, not just what but why. 

Join the Conversation: 
Guild Ball Tonight on YouTube 

Episode: Episode 50: Just 5 Hours on Season 3 (part 1) ( 132.03 MB / 144:12)

Episode 50: Just 5 Hours on Season 3 (Part 1)
November 28, 2016

Phil, Bill, and guest Jamie Perkins sit down and have a chat about everything that's changed in Season 3, not just what but why. 

Join the Conversation: 
Guild Ball Tonight on YouTube 

Episode: Games and More Games ( 60.2 MB / 43:51)

Wash and I sat down to record this prior to BGGCon hoping we would have it out before that, but I didn't and hear it is now. We will be recording a new episode about our trip to BGGCon and posting it soon! We should be getting back on our regular schedule as the dust starts to settle around our households.


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Podcast: ChitChat Podcast
Episode: Adrienne Stops By ( 88.95 MB / 64:47)

We recorded this before BGGCon with the goal to have it published before hand, but sometimes life has a different say. So sit back an enjoy our talk with Adrienne and her board game art project, games, Star Wars, Star Trek, and much, much more.


2:10 Extra Life

8:00 Adrienne’s MSA and Her Board Game Art Project

23:40 Adrienne’s Board Game History

28:35 Colonists and Civilization 6

32:57 Star Trek vs. Star Wars (Again)

34:39 Robophobia

35:59 Adrienne’s New Podcast GreatWay Games

40:31 More People That Game, The Better


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Podcast: Drunk Dice
Episode: XP Mushroom ( 23.94 MB / 26:09)

In this episode, Donnie discusses one of his all-time favorite games: Super Mario RPG. He tries to establish if it's still good if played from a neutral perspective (spoiler alert: it is).

Episode: Perfect Information Podcast Episode 30 - Old Men in Trees ( 118.1 MB / 128:51)

In a sudden and unexpected twist of fate we find ourselves in episode 30 of the Perfect Information podcast. But not to worry, after a few meandering words of welcome we dive headfirst into this show's topic: moments that made us fall in love with this hobby (05:10). The answers may surprise you. (But they probably won't.)

TC goes with his gut.. or his head... or maybe he hints at going with his gut because he thought it through first... I am not entirely sure what is happening.. anyway: intuition and counter-intuitive design seems to be a corner stone of this week's Deep Design (38:24), which once again scores highly on the Lakoff-Varoufakis scale for insightfulness.

Our competition is still going strong and is in fact going stronger as we speak. Make sure you get in on this and win some tremendously epic prizes. Courtesy of What's Your Game?'s warehouse. (51:19)

And to calm our nerves after that bit of monkey business, we return to the guild to have words. With thee. (54:30)

A few words for our sponsor Yolo-Games.com (01:17:15)

Fresh off the high of BGG-Con, Nick Mariner talks all about the games he passionately endorses after playing them. He's fancy that way. (01:23:15).

Our review this week is about that small little dice game that could: Mondrian The Dice Game. Some of the most colourful fun you can have with dice. (01:35:42)

And then it is time to say farewell in the verbose and disoriented manner in which we usually leave all the listeners who make it to the end. (02:02:20)

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Podcast: Draft Mechanic
Episode: #34: Double Six-Pack Review! 7 Wonders Duel & Agamemnon; 7 Wonders on Tap; iOS game reviews ( 116.49 MB / 84:50)

Draft Mechanic Episode 34: Double Six-Pack Review! Agamemnon & 7 Wonders Duel; 7 Wonders on Tap

Are you appropriately stuffed with Turkey? Are you listening from somewhere outside the world, and have eaten a different meal entirely? Either way, I hope you left some room for a heaping helping of Draft Mechanic! In thanksgiving style, we’ve filled the plate with reviews of four app implementations of board games as well as two, yep two! six-pack reviews for your enjoyment - 7 Wonders Duel and Agamemnon. Both are two-player only titles that play in about half an hour, and we’ve given both the six-pack treatment today. Sticking with that seven wonders theme, we’ve got beer pairings for the classic 7 Wonders in the Game On Tap and also a discussion on what may be the seven wonders of the beer world. That’s a lot of podcast - but don’t forget to save room for pie!


01:00 Show Housekeeping

02:20 FBGL Update

04:25 Stonemaier Games “Scythe” charity auction

06:52 Holiday Gaming with family

09:14 App gaming: Qwixx

13:57 App gaming: The Game

17:31 App gaming: Paperback

20:57 App gaming: Lanterns, the Harvest Festival

24:39 Six-Pack Review: Agamemnon

25:18 Agamemnon: Gameplay rundown

27:28 Agamemnon: Review discussion

39:41 Agamemnon: Final Thoughts

40:33 Six-Pack Review: 7 Wonders Duel

41:29 7 Wonders Duel: Gameplay rundown

44:25 7 Wonders Duel: Review discussion

64:11 7 Wonders Duel: Final Thoughts

65:31 On Tap: 7 Wonders

73:16 The Seven Wonders of the Beer World

82:50 Outro

We hope you enjoyed today's episode! Send us some feedback at draftmechanic@gmail.com and visit us on the web at draftmechanic.net!

Check out our Fantasy Board Game League and vote weekly for your chance to win $100 to Cool Stuff Inc!

Join us at the local, our BGG Guild (#2470)!

We’re also on Twitter and Instagram - follow us at @draftmechanic! Also, Like us on Facebook!

Our theme music is “Superpower of Choice” by the Liberation Jumpsuit - thanks to Drew and Jeff for making it happen!

Thanks for listening! Please game responsibly and we’ll see you back here again soon for another round!


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