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Episode: TGC: 046 Marie Poole- COO of Lone Shark Games On ARGs and Artistic Numbers ( 44 MB / 46:51)

Listen to the Episode Below (00:46:51) Download iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud TunIn Radio Ask A Question Patreon Powered by the Simple Podcast Press Player Marie Poole, Chief Operating Officer at Lone Shark Games, talks about the art she contributes to the gaming industry – her way with numbers. Marie takes us through how to hold the line between wanting to offer friendliness, creativity, and support for new gaming projects, while also needing to keep the lights on.  Subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn Radio Producers of this Episode: Sean Mann- www.naplandgames.com Aaron Gunnaway– https://www.patreon.com/user?u=606088 Trevor Lehmann- https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1776342422/crop-cycle-2015 Hugo Vasquez- https://twitter.com/hugo_voss Brian Carter- http://brianbcarter.com/ Would you like to become a Producer for  The Gaming Careers Podcast? Check out the details on:

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Episode: Gen Con 2015 Events with The Game Crafter - Episode 28 ( 11.86 MB / 25:41)

Episode 28 is all about Gen Con 2015! Well, it's specific to the events surrounding The Game Crafter, but even those are enough for JT and Jeff to fill an entire episode! 




  • The Game Crafter Booth
    • Check out all our printables and parts
    • Meet the staff
    • Play games
  • Community Game Night
    • Friday, the 31st from 8pm until whenever
    • Show off your prototype, play others
    • $4 ticket, event #ZED1571160
    • Room ICC 120
  • Community Social Night
    • Free!
    • Food, drinks, and rabble rousing 
    • 7pm to 9pm O’rielly’s Pub
    • 9pm to ? Scotties Brew House
  • JT’s speaking (Industry Insider)
    • Kickstarting for fun and profit
    • Building games in the garage
    • Kickstarter, the next generation
    • Is my game done?
    • Getting the word out
    • Marketing your game or blog
  • Live Podcast
    • Part 1 recorded during the Community Game Night
    • Part 2 recorded during te Community Social Night
  • Jeff is also attending:
    • Nerd Night For Charity
    • Thu at 07:00 PM
    • Union Station : Grand Hall





Website: http://www.thegamecrafter.com

TGC Twitter: https://twitter.com/thegamecrafter

TGC Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thegamecrafter


Jeff can be found at:

Website: http://www.allusgeeks.com

AUG Twitter: https://twitter.com/allusgeeks

AUG Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AllUsGeeks


If you like the content we provide, please consider leaving us a rating and review! 

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/game-crafter-official-podcast/id955056351

Stitcher: http://stitcher.com/s?fid=58599&refid=stpr

Board Game Geek: https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgamepodcast/26560/game-crafter-official-podcast


This podcast is a part of the United Geeks Network over at: www.unitedgeeksnetwork.com. You can broadcast your geekiness at United Geeks Network!


The intro and outro music:

"Mechanolith" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0


Episode: Con, July 2015: Qcon Round-up Part 2 & LT ( 34.27 MB / 37:27)

This week's hosts:  Humbug, Liam, Oisin and Stu.

This week we bring you Part 2 of our round up of Qcon 22 and the Lorien Trust Midsummer event.

Just to note, G-con and Last Summer Weekend (tickets still available) are on this Saturday, 25th of July.

Show notes:

Episode: GeekNights 20150721 - The Jackbox Party Pack ( 76.43 MB / 0:00)

The Jackbox Party Pack is what impressed us enough to talk about it tonight on GeekNights. It fulfills the promise that Nintendo has so long ignored, and works surprisingly well using smartphones as 8-player game controllers. Shenmue III is actually happening thanks to a 6MM Kickstarter, and we expect to to be just like I and II. (It was a different time in those Dreamcast days). Professional Counter-Strike players flat-out admit to using performance enhancing drugs, and equipment failure issues at the EVO 2015 Street Fighter IV championship show the slow but steady progress of professional esport evolution.

Episode: Episode 2 - Swinford In A Bottle ( 59.4 MB / 43:23)

In this episode, the Booted Dudes talk about:

1:10 Listener Mail and Corrections for mistakes on Episode 1

5:20 Fluff: Manitous

13:36 Spoilers: Shane & Graves

21:15 Main Topic: Card Advantage

38:38 Announcement: Winner of Huckster Decklist Competition

Episode: Episode 74 -- Tapping Away on an Old Typewriter ( 110.24 MB / 120:25)

Welcome to episode 74. Inside you will find a lengthy discussion about games that we have played more than any others, a tasting report on a new single malt, and a few new music recommendations.

But to top it off Jim spends about a half hour talking to Richard "Doc" Diosi of Mercury games about their upcoming reprint of Princes of the Renaissance.

So sit back and pour a wee dram and enjoy.


03:45 -- Madeira Revisited
16:32 -- Interview with Richard "Doc" Diosi (Mercury Games)
27:23 -- Princes of the Renaissance
50:36 -- anCnoc 12 year old single malt
58:45 -- Tame Impala, Jason Isbell, Little Steven
68;33 -- Defend Your Ten (Our top ten most played games)
117:20 -- True Confessions
119:00 -- The Secret Q (we almost forgot)

Episode: 130: Here Comes the HoF ( 56.47 MB / 49:21)
Episode: GSL 4: Considering Rules (REBROADCAST) ( 55.12 MB / 0:00)

In this episode Giles and Don discuss rules, and how different game rules might make a game more or less useful for a school or library environment.

Patreon Account: http://www.patreon.com/obg
Email us: onboardgames.net@gmail.com
Games in Schools and Libraries Guild at Board Game Geek
Inverse Genius: http://www.inversegenius.com/

Episode: Live Store Episode Thirty Six: The Pirates of Orion ( 27.19 MB / 19:48)
  Shay Introduces us to Dead man’s Draw during Tabletop day. Think Zombie Dice with cards.
Episode: E270-028 State of the Podcast ( 44.82 MB / 48:58)

Welcome to episode 28 of the Element 270 podcast!


In this episode Giles, Peter and Reese take a moment to discuss the recent survey we put out about the podcast and blog. We talk about the responses, and what we hope to do with the podcast, blog and other E270 media into the future.


If you took the time to respond to our survey, a very big and heartfelt thankyou! We really appreciated all the responses, as it helped us shape our plan for where we want to go.


Some of you mentioned contributing, either to the blog or the podcast, and we would absolutely love to have our listeners contribute. As far as we're concerned Element 270 is more about celebrating the hobby surrounding the games we love more than it is a chance for just us three to talk - so if you do have something to share - whether written or audio, please feel free to email us at element270podcast@gmail.com


For those who mentioned they are having some trouble finding us on iTunes, our feed address is: http://element270.libsyn.com/rss - if you put this into the podcast app of your choice, you should have no troubles! Of course - if there are issues - please feel free to contact us and we'll do what we can to help!

Episode: Episode 66a: The Banner Saga and Atomic Robo RPG ( 27.33 MB / 59:42)

In this episode, Chris forgets how to count iOS apps, but sure does love playing them (including Summoner Wars, Splendor, and Dominant Species). The Athenians crush Iron Legacy in a climactic battle, and Will tries to split his time between FF14, his true love, and Warframe, his apparent mistress. Chris gets excited about a little art book and has a love/hate relationship with getting kicked in the nuts by board games. And don't forget our Games of the Week reviews!


Introduction - 0:00:00

Summoner Wars iOS is complete! - 0:01:09

Splendor iOS from out of nowhere - 0:01:48

Blade in the Dark update - 0:03:03

Recent Sentinels of the Multiverse experiences - 0:05:56

Splitting Will's FF14 and Warframe time - 0:10:26

Will's Game of the Week: The Banner Saga - 0:12:49

Playing Dominant Species iOS - 0:25:47

Sam Bosma's Inventory v1 for RPGs - 0:28:27

The Capitals: A Kick in the Nuts - 0:30:03

Chris' Game of the Week - Atomic Robo RPG

Closing and Contact Info - 0:57:29

Podcast: The Dice Tower
Episode: TDT # 415 - Wild, Wild, West! ( 72.98 MB / 79:43)

In this show, we talk about Tides of Time, Too Many Cinderellas, Alchemy!, Dragonflame, Mogul, Flip City, Empires: Age of Discovery, and Blood Rage.  We answer some questions, and then talk about our favorite Wild, Wild West games!

Podcast: The SnakesCast
Episode: Game Spotlight: Colt Express ( 15.31 MB / 16:43)
Between its beautiful components, exciting Wild West theme, and clever yet accessible gameplay, Colt Express has a lot going for it. But the coveted Spiel Des Jahres award almost always goes to a game with non-violent subject matter, which is why none of us on the SnakesCast predicted that it would win. But it did win, and this week we're talking about why.
Podcast: Meeple Nation
Episode: MN 0066 Betrayal at House on the Hill ( 24.78 MB / 30:57)

This episode we review:

Betrayal at House on the Hill

Publisher: Avalon Hill

Year Published: 2004

Edition: 2nd

Designer: Bruce Glassco

Ages: 12+

Time: 60 minutes

Player Count: 3-6

Episode: The Good, The Board, and the Trying to Be Consistant: Episode 27 “Heavy Games” ( 53.04 MB / 57:57)

Once again Jonathan is missing but fear not he’ll be back soon.  BUT Joe and Trent are here with special guest Andy to talk about Heavy Games.  The Guys also review The Princes of Florence, Lords of Vegas, and Three Kingdoms Redux, and on the hype train are Amerigo, Compounded and High Frontier.

Episode: Board Games for RPG Newcomers- Episode 7 ( 48.09 MB / 52:32)

There is a gap between board games and role playing games. Even though they are often spoken about at the same time they are not directly related to each other. If you are a board gamer looking to try role playing games for the first time, then we have a selection of games that can bridge the gap between the two. 
If you have other suggestions for games why don’t you shoot us an email at meeplesgo@gmail.com? You can also find us on Instagram and Twitter @meeplesgo!

Episode: Get in Line: Our Kolejka Review (plus a Free Giveaway!) ( 80.71 MB / 0:00)
In this episode, special guest John joins us to discuss a game about standing in line. Sound boring? Well, some of us were skeptical too. Listen in to find out what we thought about this board game that featured a … Continue reading →
Podcast: Munchkin Land
Episode: Munchkin Land #138: Super Munchkin ( 36.92 MB / 64:31)

Podcast Posting Page - http://wp.me/p8YAd-1pZN
Major Spoilers Hotline - 785-727-1939

Four heroes enter the arena, but only one will be crowned the winner! It is an all out super battle, as we play Super Munchkin from Steve Jackson Games.


Fly through the city. Smash the villains. Backstab your teammates and grab their gadgets. Munchkin has parodied the classic dungeon, the kung-fu warrior, the space epic, and the creatures of the night. Now, it's the superheroes' turn! Be a Mutant, an Exotic, a Mystic, or a Techno. The higher your Level, the more Powers you can have. Battle dastardly masterminds, devastating monsters, and invading aliens from the next dimension – from the wimpy Bucketman all the way up to Big Ol' Planet Eater Guy himself – and TAKE THEIR STUFF! With the Electro-Mento-Hat, the Telezapinator, and the (jet-powered) Pogo Stick, no foe can stand before you. Super Munchkin is a stand-alone game, which (of course) can be combined with other Munchkin games. Designed by Steve Jackson and illustrated by John Kovalic, this one is destined to RULE THE WORLD! Mwahahaha! Now in Full Color!

Show your thanks to Major Spoilers for this episode by becoming a Major Spoilers VIP. It will help ensure Munchkin Land continues far into the future!

Contact us at podcast@majorspoilers.com

A big Thank You goes out to everyone who downloads, subscribes, listens, and supports this show. We really appreciate you taking the time to listen to our ramblings each week. Tell your friends about the podcast, get them to subscribe and, be sure to visit the Major Spoilers site.

Episode: The Action Points Podcast! Episode 96: Comics and Cons with Fred Atkins ( 83.99 MB / 0:00)
In this episode: We chat about a whole bunch of comics and comic-related news as we are joined by Fred Atkins, from our friendly local comic shop and writer of […]
Episode: AGC News Late July 2015 (19:46) ( 9.05 MB / 0:00)
Episode: Episode 41 ( 0 MB / 0:00)
Click Here To Check Out This Episode! On our agenda: Special Guest Jacob Morris, the Webmaster of the Android: Netrunner Comprehensive Unofficial Rules! – This week we interview Jacob Morris, the hero behind Project ANCUR. Jacob explains what ANCUR is, its inception, and his long term goals for not just the website, but the Netrunner […]
Episode: 009: Comic Con in Space ( 0 MB / 0:00)
Episode 9

San Diego Comic-Con was last week, so we take the opportunity to talk about all the new trailers and movie news from the show including Marvel, DC, zombies, and Star Wars.  Don't worry, we also spend some time discussing gaming as we finally sit down to play some 'outer space' themed board games, giving impressions of Chaosmos and Star Trek: Fleet Captains.  We also talk about board game news with the weird release of Magic the Gathering: Arena of the Planeswalkers and the upcoming Attack on Titan board game.  Next time, we are back with a plethora of board games as we get excited for Gen-Con.  Thanks for listening!

00:50 - The Walking Dead, Robert Kirkman
09:13 - Evil Dead
14:18 - Star Wars
18:50 - Deadpool
23:47 - Fantastic Four, X-Men: Apocalypse
27:24 - Batman vs Superman
32:47 - Suicide Squad
38:39 - DC Animated
41:49 - Chaosmos
51:31 - Star Trek: Fleet Captains
57:32 - Magic the Gathering: Arena of the Planeswalkers
1:00:50 - Attack on Titan
1:03:24 - Tokyo in Tulsa, Final Thoughts

Episode: RJ49: Conversa de taverna... parlem de Hearthstone! ( 85.5 MB / 93:16)

Dissabte vam coincidir a les jornades ILUDO + que jocs de Mataró el Jordi Nadal i jo. Abans de la conferència "De Màgia Borràs a VICTUS: l'edició de jocs de taula a Catalunya", vam estar parlant i automotivant-nos per gravar d'una manera diferent. Ja no farem un podcast amb seccions (que són molt estimades però que requereixen un equip descentralitzat de persones invertint moltes hores per gravar, sincronitzar les trameses dels arxius, editar...), hem decidit gravar plegats (i per què no, amb més gent) però remotament i aquest és el primer resultat. El tema central és Hearthstone, un LCG digital que ens apassiona a tots dos (més al Jordi que a mi... aquí podeu veure el seu 12-0). Avisem que la xerrada pot esdevenir molt de nínxol... vull dir que igual us interessa si us heu atrevit a provar aquest joc o si us esteu pensant fer-ho.

Abans de tot comencem explicant a què hem jugat darrerament i surten jocs com Ubongo, Galaxy Trucker, Terra Mystica, Keyflower, Dead of Winter, Dominant Species, Dogfight, El Señor de los Anillos: El viaje a Mordor, Risk Revolution (també conegut com a Risk Legacy en la seva edició anglesa).

Això és un avançament del que serà la propera temporada d'episodis llargs (RJ). També us confirmo que hem tancat un acord per seguir un any més a Ràdio Sant Andreu fent les seccions del Descobrint Jocs (DJ). I aquest estiu alguna cosa més caurà... ja ho diu el refrany: a l'estiu tota cuca viu!

Episode: G2B Ep. 160: Beer and Bytes: an N64 Story ( 43.59 MB / 0:00)
Join the Gutter Geeks for a jam packed hour of N-64 Facts, tips and fun covering the history , present and future of Nintendo's first fully 3d gaming system!

Audio Only Version Below 

Episode: PSP #224: Rolling☆Girls / Shimoseka / Himouto! Umaru-chan / Poly Bridge / Victor Vran ( 0 MB / 0:00)

In today's episode, Marc starts off the show with a review of the anime Rolling☆Girls--a very vibrant and colorful series about a group of girls rollin' around a future Japan, attempting to broker peace between the various kooky nations--and then hits a whole lot of currently airing anime--like the still-delightful Shimoseka and the still-boring Classroom☆Crisis. After anime-ing it out for quite the good little while, Marc delves into a few video games, including the not-good-but-good-enough R.B.I. Baseball 2015.

Anyway, that's it and that's all, folks, and, if you're feeling extra generous, donate a little money or subscribe to show your support for the site and show(s); it's not free to host the site, the show, to make and record videos, and everything in between, so, anything would be greatly appreciated, even if you just tell a friend or two about the site and show(s). Y'all can also support the site by shopping at Amazon if that's what ya like.

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

Episode: Episode 37 - Two Player Trailer ( 0 MB / 67:50)
In this weeks Topic episode Matt and Andrew discuss video game trailers, love em or hate trailers are ingrained in the games industry, so the guys run through their personal likes and dislikes, and whether or not trailers are still relevant in today's marketplace. In the second half of the show the guys collaboratively create their Top 3 List of Two Player Only Board/Card Games.   
Podcast: Dukes of Dice
Episode: Dukes of Dice - Ep. 49 - Run, Robot, Run! ( 99.18 MB / 107:33)

Today the Dukes... 

... Discuss recent plays including Nations: The Dice Game and Chinatown (4:00);

... Talk the latest board game news, including the Kickstarter for Cardboard Clothing (8:55); 

... Review Baseball Highlights 2045 (Rules overview - 14:56; Review - 16:40); and

... Interview the game's designer, Mike Fitzgerald (51:23).


Please be sure to support the Dukes on their Patreon campaign page!

Don't forget to give us your hearts on Board Game Links!

Twitter: @dukesofdice
Facebook: /dukesofdice
Dukes of Dice YouTube Channel


Episode: Crippled System Episode 121: Short and Sweet ( 49 MB / 71:22)

Intro Announcements Introducing experienced players to […]

The post Crippled System Episode 121: Short and Sweet appeared first on Muse on Minis.

Podcast: Dice Tower News
Episode: Dice Tower News 432 - July 20, 2015 ( 6.27 MB / 6:51)

Find out what's new RIGHT NOW in Board Game News with Roger Hicks on the Dice Tower News

Episode: Episode 11: House Rules ( 42.65 MB / 46:34)
We go through our common list of house rules and give some insightful tips to help end your gaming nights with all smiles.
Episode: Episode 31 - Flip City and Dead Drop ( 106.98 MB / 116:51)

In our thirty-first episode, we thank a listener, have another Survival Kit segment on Cardboard Clothing's current Kickstarter, and talk about the games we have been playing lately. We also review the micro deck builder Flip City and the deduction microgame Dead Drop, and we have the third session of Boards Alive Plays: Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition.

This episode is sponsored by Tasty Minstrel Games & Green Couch Games

Episode: Games on the Treadmill with Shoe Ep 68 – The Color of Your Meeples Matters ( 17.16 MB / 0:00)
Episode: #83 – Dox Talks – Lance “Undead Viking” Myxter ( 27.42 MB / 59:54)
Internationally known, but locally based, board game reviewer Lance “Undead Viking” Myxter joins us this week. We talk about how Lance got involved in gaming, what it’s like making video reviews, and his philosophy for how and what he reviews on camera. We also put him on the spot and make him name some of […]
Podcast: Game Night Guys
Episode: Say Anything ( 21.6 MB / 30:41)
Carrie returns to defend her title as Super Fan when we play a game about the things we think called Say Anything. We also answer the burning question, “Where in the Game Night Guys episode canon is Lanier Wexford?”
Podcast: Jaded Gamercast
Episode: Episode 233: Good Effort pt.2 ( 103.2 MB / 0:00)
This week Lange and Nathan return to complete their review of the System Wars Supplement from Spartan Games. Will the scenarios live up to the quality we have seen so far from the models and the commanders? Will the bonus tables break the game? Also, the model of the week continues the hyphen trend! Listen […]
Episode: Playtime n°15 – Le mensuel : Juin ( 120.55 MB / 0:00)

Nouvel épisode mensuel de Playtime, qui revient sur le mois de Juin et le début du mois de Juillet. Comme pour celui de Mai et même si celui-ci est un peu plus court, nous vous laissons le choix entre l’écoute intégrale de l’épisode ou le téléchargement de chacune des parties. Autre nouveauté suggérée par des […]

The post Playtime n°15 – Le mensuel : Juin appeared first on ArtZone Chronicles.

Episode: What Did You Play This Week Podcast Thing Week 34!!! ( 79.88 MB / 34:54)

This week was a fantastic week of gaming, with 11 plays of 7 different games, two of those had been living in the dust for over a year. 

Gabby and AnnaBeth join me for a few to chat about the week as well. 

Kickstarter was pretty slow for me this past week, I backed nothing new and just keep riding the Hocus and JurassAttack! train.

We finish up the podcast with the continuation of our Top 10 games we are looking forward to come GenCon 2015. We won't be there, but that doesn't mean we can't help fuel the hype and get a bit excited ourselves.

Also, don't forget to check out and join in the fun that is #GenCant, find out more information at www.gencant.com.

Have a great week!!

Episode: Garrett's Games 473 - Rum and Pirates, Castles of Burgundy, and Trajan ( 42.67 MB / 46:37)

Shelley and I tackle Week 3 of Stefan Feld's games.  this week we go back in time to play

Rum & Pirates

then forge ahead with numerous plays of

Castles of Burgundy

and the even heavier


Episode: Megahaulin Episode 23 ( 30.03 MB / 32:48)

This week we cover news, tournaments and a BRAND NEW META BUILD! Tune in for this week's Megahaulin!

Episode: Episode 105 – Quest Accepted ( 59.79 MB / 65:18)
In this episode – we talk about the games played at Tavern Con. We talk Spyfall, Sushi Go, and Stone Age, as well as giving some recommendations for those who may be traveling and want to bring games with a … Continue reading →
Episode: Geeks of the North Episode 17 - Age of Sigmar review ( 108.37 MB / 157:50)

Hello Geeks!

The whole gang gathers in episode 17 to chat about what we did in hobby, the news, and most importantly, our opinions on the initial release of the new Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. WHFB is dead, long live WHFB. So sit back, relax, grab a paintbrush and enjoy the show!

Cool stuff on the web
Magnetically floating model
Extreme rage quitting video
Captain Spud chibi sculpting blog post

Upcoming Event
ND Monthly, August 15th, L’Abyss


Podcast: UnderDiscussion
Podcast: UnderDiscussion
Episode: UD201: Gen Con Tips 2k15! ( 25.87 MB / 28:15)
UD201: Gen Con Tips 2k15! Gen Con Tips 2k15 featuring the tips of Hans Cumings (http://vffpublishing.com/), Chris Burch of Modiphius (http://www.modiphius.com/), Kristine Chester of Fanboy Comics (http://fanboycomics.net/), Bob and David of Monkeyfun Studios (http://spiritof77game.com/), and Brian Patterson of d20monkey and Exploding Rogue Studios! (http://d20monkey.com) The website for the Indy Food Truck Alliance is a great place to learn about the food trucks that will be serving great eats at gencon (http://indyfta.com/) Gen Con is asking if you have a positive or negative experience with local hospitality during Gen Con they want to hear about. Right now the contact is customerservice@gencon.com or 800-529-3976 ext. 3806
Episode: Meeples & Miniatures - Episode 151 - Halo Fleet Battles ( 111.42 MB / 162:17)

Welcome to Episode 151 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast

In this show, hosts Neil Shuck, Mike Whitaker & Mike Hobbs welcome back Neil Fawcett of Spartan Games, along with game designer Derek Sinclair, to talk about Halo Fleet Battles - The Fall of Reach.

We chat about the design concepts of the game, and have a step-by-step discussion of the game mechanics. As well as that, we also have a brief chat about the forthcoming Halo Ground Combat game.

We hope you enjoy the show

Note: this is a 'live' unedited sh

Podcast: 1 Player podcast
Episode: Introducing the 2015 GenCan’t Solo Con ( 4.93 MB / 3:06)

In this announcement, Julius Besser and Travis Hill (of the Low Player Count podcast) announce the 2015 GenCan’t Solo Con. All of our listeners are invited to take part in a special stay-at-home convention. Participate with the rest of our guild, reach out to other solo gamers on BGG, twitter, and social media. And, most importantly, win some excellent games and prizes. More details are available on our guild and in the episode.

Podcast: Low Player Count
Episode: #GenCantSoloCon 2015 ( 4.93 MB / 3:06)

The 1 Player Podcast has teamed up with us to bring you the #GenCantSoloCon 2015 challenge from July 30 - August 2. Want to participate? Find out how here.

Check out the geeklist for all of the info.

  Check us out Twitter | Online | Email | BGG Guild | iTunes | Stitcher


Episode: BGA Ep. 79 - BGA Court: To Sleeve or Not to Sleeve Your Games ( 74.12 MB / 80:58)

This week, Anthony and Chris sit down to discuss whether they chrome out their games beyond what comes in the base box, from sleeving to token upgrades to special edition wooden boxes and everything in between. Drew joins them to discuss recent news and we talk about our favorite restaurant games in the final round. 

  • Shout it From the Tabletop: 3:15
  • Acquisition Disorder: 21:31
  • At the Table: 32:14
  • Feature: BGA Court: To Sleeve or Not to Sleeve...: 45:41
  • Final Round: Restaurant Games: 1:06:05

Make sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, BoardGameGeek, and on Patreon as well!

Episode: Episode One Hundred and Twenty-Seven: What’s His Name Again? ( 26.03 MB / 18:57)
  After playing Mermaid Beach at Cloud City with A.J. and Shay we went out and bought it for Grace and Sage. Listen in as they give their thoughts on this cool and creative kids card game.
Podcast: Legal Moves
Episode: Episode 04 - The Dice Tower #414 segment - Licensing Deals ( 2.05 MB / 4:26)
In this short episode of Legal Moves originally produced for The Dice Tower podcast, I discuss some of the terms that are involved in licensing deals and how they affect the games industry.
Podcast: Ludology
Episode: GameTek Classic 108 - Ludology v Narratology ( 5.6 MB / 5:59)

In this classic GameTek, Geoff takes a look at the debate that raged in the 1990's between Narratologists and Ludologists.

Duration: 05:59

Episode: E270-027 - Recent Releases ( 33.62 MB / 36:44)

Welcome to the latest episode of the Element 270 podcast, in this episode Giles and Peter talk about the range of recent releases and announcements for Dystopian Wars, Dystopian Legions, Firestorm Armada, Firestorm Planetfall and Halo.


We also talk about the Spartan Survey... which you can find here.


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