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We bring you a bit of a different episode this week, as Chris and Dave attended the Red Dice Games Mini-Con at the weekend where they played a couple of games and interviewed some of the lovely people they met there. Stuart, owner of Red Dice Games, tells us about his shop and the mini-con itself; Tom from Format 15 talks to Dave about his newest creation, Squirrel; Kevin from Inspiring Games tells us about Legends Untold and their plans for the future; and Eric from Juniper Green Board Gamers talks to Chris about bringing science games into the classroom. We also played some Hand of Fate: Ordeals and newly fulfilled Kickstarter Village Pillage, and our topic this week: what themes would you like to see in board games?


Stuart from Red Dice Games (04:15)
Hand of Fate: Ordeals (11:45)
Tom Sudall from Format 15 & Squirrel (15:30)
Kevin from Inspiring Games & Legends Untold (21:15)
Eric from Juniper Green Board Gamers (33:10)
Topic - Board Game Themes (42:07)
Village Pillage (49:22)

This episode hosted by Chris Hanratty and Dave McCreary
Music by the hosts, with Jokin Etxeberria
This episode recorded and produced by Chris Hanratty and Dave McCreary

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The Large and Unnecessary First Player Token Podcast is hosted by Chris, Euan, Pawel and Dave, and alternates between tabletop and video gaming, old and new, on a weekly basis. We chat about the games we've been playing, and our own experiences with them, with our own uniquely Scottish (and Polish) flavour of insight and odd humour.

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NOTE: There may be very occasional swearing in the podcast, with some episodes being worse than others (particularly our older ones - we're maturing with age), so keep it out of reach of your boss and children.

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