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Podcast: Drive Thru Live
Episode: Drive Thru Live #9 ( 102.88 MB / 101:15)
Drive Thru Live! #9 - "Gen Con 2015 Q&A"
Episode: AGC 195 August 27th 2015 (Summer Con Extravaganza) (1:24:30) ( 38.68 MB / 0:00)
With Marl Kinney, Carol, and Mags. A soundboard over Skype? Say it ain't so! GenCan't. Carol's gaming successes, Mark's gaming failure, and Mags' GenCan't prize. Mark at HyperiCon! Spiel de Jahres! The Diana Jones Award! ENnies highlights! The Walkout. The Knights of the Dinner Table events and Ken Whitman. Happier GenCon things! Running games, announcements, and so on. Food tips for GenCon. The launch of Those Crazy Games!

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Show links
Tribbles (Board Game Geek)
Spiel de Jahres 2015
Diana Jones Award
ENnie Awards
Zombie Orpheus Entertainment (Patreon)
Official Comments Page for Knights of the Dinner Table Live Action Series (Kickstarter)
d20 Entertainment Kickstarter Issues (Facebook)
Knights of the Dinner Table Live Action Series Episode 1 (YouTube)
GenCon Pinnacle Seminar (YouTube)
CROM Conan Rise of Monsters (Kickstarter)
Misdirected Mark
Alex Luthor's Channel (YouTube)
Those Crazy Games Channel (YouTube)

Be sure to check out Gamerati!

AGC's DriveThruRPG Picks for this episode!
Mark:Deluxe Tunnels and Trolls (Flying Buffalo)
Carol:Vampire 20th Anniversary Edition Dark Ages (Onyx Path)
Mags:Torchbearer (Burning Wheel)

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d6 Generation
Episode: The Action Points Podcast! Episode 100: We Can Fix It In Post ( 81.27 MB / 0:00)
In this episode: We get a little self-indulgent as we celebrate episode 100! Also, we try to give away a bunch of games to you but aren’t great at organizing […]
Episode: Ep 16 Development With Josh Lobkowicz ( 34.44 MB / 79:55)
This week we talk game Development with Josh from Grey Fox games! and we talk what we have been playin (Run Fight or die, Shadows over camalot!) Make sure to check us out on twitch.tv/epicgamingnight and instagram and twitter @ epicgamingnight
Episode: GSL 6: Theme Part 1 (REBROADCAST) ( 19.84 MB / 0:00)

In Games in Schools and Libraries episode 6, Don and Giles discuss game themes, how they can be handy for getting people into a game, how they can support curriculum and how they can also be inappropriate.

Episode: Minisode - Our DTN Contest Winner! ( 1.44 MB / 1:24)

In this very short episode, we announce the winner of our Dice Tower Network and Coolstuff Inc contest! Thank you everone for participating!

Episode: TGC: 051 Robert Carty- VP of Sales and Marketing at Mayfair Games ( 44.6 MB / 0:00)

Listen to the Episode Below Download iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Please Leave a Rating and Review Voicemail Me :) Support The Show This interview is with Robert Carty from Mayfair games.  It is an awesome exploration of the publishers marketing strategy, approach toward building the gaming community, and of course- new game hotness from Mayfair Games! 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/ Dan

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Episode: S11.E03 :: There's Gold in Them Hills! ( 14.29 MB / 43:19)

Pay Dirt, designed by Tory Niemann, is an auction and engine building game about mining for gold in Alaska. Players must bid on new equipment, workers, and land claims to turn those claims into profitable gold. Every round starts with an auction and ends with a worker assignment phase. At the end of the round, players draft hardship cards hoping to draw the least punishing one. The head miner's card also forces players to drop the temperature by a preset number of degrees. When the temperature reaches 0 celcius, the game is over. The player with the most gold wins.

Our discussion focused on Tory's inspiration for the game, which was the television show Gold Rush. We talked about how the hardship cards throw a wrench into a player's plan and learned about the elements Tory added to give the game a very thematic feel. During the Kickstarter, he received a comment from a thematically relevant backer who praised the game for its strong theme.

If you wish to learn more about the game or pick up a copy, please visit CrashGamesAZ.com for more information.

Podcast: Legal Moves
Episode: Episode 10 - Stonemaier Games' "Between Two Cities" Post-Mortem ( 19.51 MB / 42:37)
This episode features game designers Jamey Stegmaier, Matthew O'Malley and Ben Rosset, discussing the latest release from Stonemaier Games, Between Two Cities. We break down the entire development and publishing process, from the idea for the game to launching the Kickstarter, in this first of two parts.
Episode: Three Moves Ahead 319: Armello ( 60.57 MB / 65:20)
Rob, special guest Paul Dean, and Troy "Blue Balls Appear Irregularly" Goodfellow talk about Armello, an Early Access game available on Steam. Armello combines charming graphics and design with a game concept that is unapologetically a board game. The PC translation of this is full of potential that has time to be realized by the time the game is ready for release. We learn that Paul is lukewarm on the game, Troy is a fan, and Rob doesn't like Talisman.
Podcast: Dice Tower News
Episode: Dice Tower News 447 - Aug 26 2015 ( 12.7 MB / 13:53)

Join Elliott for the latest in Board Gaming News on this Episode of the Dice Tower News

Episode: Episode 76 -- A Kiss, A Caress, a Punch in the Face ( 103.95 MB / 113:33)

Guess what kids? We've been playing games. Lots of games. New games, old games, good games, bad games, even unpublished games (like Gil Hova's upcoming charmer, The Networks). Yea games!

And now, through the miracle of the Interent, you can follow along and listen to what we think of all these games we've played. It's kinda like a sing-a-long, with that bouncy ball hopping around above the words, except we don't have video, so it's really not like that at all.


01:50 -- Six Degrees of Aggravation
07:16 -- The Networks (Review)
53:35 -- Yellow Spot Irish Whiskey
60:54 -- We played Gen Con games at Sasquatch
63:05 -- Starfighter
69:00 -- Codenames
72:11 -- Spyfall
75:58 -- Discoveries
77:00 -- Secret Question #7
79:15 -- Viceroy
80:50 -- Isle of Skye
82:14 -- New York, 1901
86:15 -- Rattle, Battle, Grab the Loot
94:33 -- Ty Con 2015 (the Seconding)
97:37 -- Kohle & Kolonie (mini-review)

Episode: Playtime n°18 – Les acteurs ludiques : Triton Noir ( 102.7 MB / 0:00)

De l’inédit ! C’est ce que vous trouverez dans ce nouveau numéro de Playtime de la série « Les acteurs ludiques ». Pourquoi ? Parce que ce n’est pas une personne que nous avons reçue, mais deux, pour une interview croisée. Ces deux invités, ce sont Thibaud de la Touanne et Bruno Tatti. Ils nous ont parlé […]

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Episode: Episode 94: Warband: Against the Darkness, The Founders Feud, Scoring Methods ( 107.72 MB / 197:30)
Things are getting back to normal for the founders after convention season and we're back to playing games like crazy. Today we review a newly released euro game called Warband: Against the Darkness. Then we look back at Chaos in the Old World one year later. Tony T gives you the best gaming news in the business while the rest of the gang chatters in the background. The guys then get into one of our favorite segments of all time, The Founders Feud! Finally the gang discusses scoring methods in gaming.
Episode: Profitable Use Cases At The Game Crafter Part 1 - Episode 33 ( 19.61 MB / 42:37)

We've given you listener requests before! But how about a Listener Request based on a previous Listener Request? Still not enough? How about if we bring the listener on to discuss the request? Still not enough? Wow. You're greedy! ;-}


In episode 33; Jeff and JT talk with Kevin Ballestrini about his request (based on Episode 32's topic: Can The Game Crafter Be Profitable?) to have some use case examples of people/designers/publishers that are using The Game Crafter in a profitable way.


Kevin shares his examples and JT brings us a user from the tarot side and how they are utilizing The Game Crafter for approximately 30% of their income.

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Podcast: Sweet Strats
Episode: Sweet Strats Episode 3: Specter Ops ( 58.22 MB / 63:35)
Get in the lowrider and hunt a rat fink. The boys talk strats for the hidden movement game Specter Ops.
Episode: D6G Ep 172: GenCon 2015 Play by Mob & More! ( 85.5 MB / 186:01)
The GenCon mob is in the 3rd chair!!   Craig, Russ, and Total Fan Girl are joined by a mob at GenCon 2015 for Achievements in gaming and our wacky play by mob event! And later Craig and Russ give the rundown on GenCon 2015.  What was the hotness and how did it go? All that plus:    - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice  - The Hollywood Minute - 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:  43 min Play By Mob: 1 hr 26 min  Total Fan Girl: 1 hr 34 min Hollywood Minute: 1 hr 40 min GenCon 2015 Wrap Up:  1 hr 48 min     Links Discussed in the show: Craig's Blog: www.McNerdigansPub.com Russ's Blog: http://www.RussRant.com Total Fan Girl Blog: Link Pulp Gamer Network: Link    
Podcast: Vault 918
Episode: Game Naked Episode 1 ( 16.28 MB / 35:34)

Hey!  YOU!  Yeah, you, with the face.  How long has it been since you've played a board game of any kind?  If your answer is "Uncle Frank's at Thanksgiving, it was Monopoly, and everybody hated it" - you, friend, have been missing out.

Board and card gaming, collectively known as 'tabletop' has seen an incredible renaissance in the last few years.  They are a fantastic way to unplug from your digital self and go analog for a little while, and you could ask for no better way to pass the time with friends or family.

If you aren't sure what you'd like to play, rest assured that there is something for almost everybody - and with that in mind Drew Franklin, Liz Lord and I have assembled a list of Top Ten 'Gateway' Games to get your feet wet.  You won't be sorry with any of these, I guarantee it.*

We also review and playtest the largest Kickstarter game campaign in history - Exploding Kittens, co-developed by Matthew Inman of wildly popular webcomic The Oatmeal.  The fur flies, cards are stolen, kittens are detonated.

* not responsible for flipped tables


Episode: Downtime, August 2015: Gen Con Part 1 - Mostly Queues, I'm Afraid ( 31.51 MB / 34:26)

The Adventuring Party presents the first of it's two-part episode about the recent Gen Con in the USA. This week, we discuss the sort of events, games and other goings on one can find in North America's largest table-top game convention.

Also, I'm trying something new with the show notes this week. Instead of just solitary comments, floating in time, I'm providing descriptions of what gets discussed during a particular period. Let me know if you like it / hate it / it's valuable / it makes no difference.

Show Notes:

  • 0.30 - 4.40: Opening banter
    • 0.43: For those who don't know, Gen Con is the largest tabletop-game convention in North America. So there, so: http://www.gencon.com/
    • 1.14: With so much globe-trotting going on, the Adventuring Party may have to be renamed to "the Fabjabulous Journodyssies of Professor Horatio Q. Burke"! In fact, I'm going to do that for next week's episode.
    • 2.50: Skip straight ahead to Gen Con! This episode is long enough already, man!
  • 3.23 – 4.40: Nothing but complaining about Eircodes
  • 4.40 – 9.54: Everything you ever wanted to know about the queuing experience at Gen Con
    • 7.03: Quote of the Episode: “Some people are quite heavy, and if they break into a brisk jog they're not stopping in a hurry”
  • 9.54 – 12.03: The balance of gaming vs trade at Gen Con, and why it's so important for game makers.
  • 12.34 – 17.13: How much gaming actually happens at Gen Con, and how the tickets work.
  • 18.24 - 20.25: The Trade Hall
  • 20.25 - 21.37: Mention of the Predator deck-builder leads to a decent side-track about Predator vs. Whoever comic books. https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/174570/legendary-encounters-predator-deck-building-game
  • 21.50 - 28.47: And now it's time for our favorite topic; Pathfinder!
    • 27.55: Not mad. Just disappointed. I'd like to see to a pie chart that measures everything we've talked about over the years. I reckon Pathfinder would be the biggest slice. 
    • 28.53: Hex online CCG https://www.hextcg.com/
  • 29.46 - 30.48: L5R 20th anniversary party
  • 31.01 - 33.25: Game demos in the Trade Hall
Podcast: All Us Geeks
Episode: Episode 60 Dead Men Tell No Tales ( 50.66 MB / 110:12)
Listen to the Episode Below (01:50:12) Download iTunes Stitcher SoundCloud Support AUG on Patreon Subscribe via RSS Rate us in iTunes

This is another episode packed with content! Jeff & Jordan are back with episode 60! But we also have Anime Don with us, and Sarah & Will return with … Read the rest

Episode: Limited Resources 299 - Crack-a-Pack and Experimentation ( 51.86 MB / 113:13)

This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis welcome Pro Tour commentator and Magic writer Tim Willoughby on the show to try out a new twist on our old favorite the Crack-a-Pack. Tim also shares one technique he uses early in a format to get an advantage on the field.

You can find Tim on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/timswheelbarrow

Limited Resources is proudly sponsored by ChannelFireball.com

You can support Limited Resources on the LR Patreon page here: LR Patreon Page

Your Hosts: Marshall Sutcliffe and Luis Scott-Vargas

Marshall’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/Marshall_LR

Luis’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/lsv

Email: lr@lrcast.com

LR Community Subreddit: http://www.reddit.com/r/lrcast

Contact Marshall_LR on Magic Online if you’d like to join the Limited Resources clan.


Podcast: The Dice Tower
Episode: TDT # 420 - Tournament Style Games ( 75.22 MB / 82:10)

In this episode, Tom and Eric talk about Little Red Riding Hood, BUS, HUE, Ashes, Warband, and CVlizations.  We also answer questions regarding the future of the Dice Tower, apps and games, and more!  We end the show with our top ten games that would work well in a tournament setting.  Oh, and a contest!

Episode: 135: Just Two Regular Gals ( 59.31 MB / 51:49)
BFZ previews & MTGO noobs!
Episode: The One About We Can Do Whatever We Want ( 51.05 MB / 111:30)
In this special episode of The State of Games, the inmates are running the asylum! With Dice down for the count with food poisoning, TC takes over, discussing Darrell’s GenCon adventures and welcoming new board gamer Jessica to the podcast. All this, plus settling grievances in an adult manner, arguing with yourself while solo gaming, pastel camels, having milkshakes for dinner, M.U.L.E., Tides of Time, the forgotten joy of Werewolf, buying rugs for the Taj Mahal and so much more!
Episode: Episode 10: Forge War Review, Ashes, Tesla Vs. Edison, Yinsh ( 165.78 MB / 120:23)

Recorded from War Room Studios in Albuquerque, NM : 8-25-15 


It’s a BIG day in War Room Studio B – No Fans/ No A/C, but that’s not going to stop Josh and Brandon and the fun they are having for the Episode 10 milestone celebration – We celebrate with drinks and encouraging new listeners to make fun of Josh with Brandon. Josh travels to Indianapolis and totally misses GenCon in favor of a marching band competition… … ummmmm… ooookkkkaaaayyy. We check in with the voicemail of the week to a surprise music performance. We fulfill the whiskey wet t-shirt promise and it’s a delight.



We get a chance to play and discuss, Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn , Tesla vs Edison: War of Currents.



The guys finally take some time to plug themselves. Brawling Brothers runs its first promotion giveaway with the NM Escape Room! Forge War is on the table this week for review which turns out to be more in depth than originally planned. Boards Alive is a great podcast, and we let them know it. We end our 10th episode with a review of the top 10 funniest outtakes over 100 hours of recorded audio.


Episode highlights include:

Celebration for Ep 10 – Sun reflects off of Brandon’s beady eyes – Whisky + Josh’s Body = a good time – Brandon Cesar at the Steps of the Forum – Josh does NOT go to GenCon – Marching band is FUN –Shrimp Sauce Thing is pricey – Brandon missed his Brawling Bro – VoiceMail Karaoke –Mom jokes abound –“Do dastardly things to”-Brandon– Tesla v Edison has a bi-polar rulebook - 575-616-BROS – Luigi and Mario stop and tell you about facebooks and meatballs – Brawlers: Well here we are… no nono… #brosbeforechurros – Sticky things on the table – The Cabin Escape Room – no way getting around bros –Dwarfy’s first radio appearance – Only Brandon and Josh can give dings -Just go with it Brandon – Who determines if we’re funny or not? – Outtakes are fun!





00:00:40 – Intro and Banter


00:08:45 – Traveling Fun


00:18:45 – Voicemail of the Week


00:21:33 – Wet T-Shirt Contest Event


00:24:25 – What Did We Play?! :Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn , Tesla vs Edison: War of Currents


00:40:50 – Call Us, Rate Us, Share Us, Like Us


00:40:50 –Escape Room Promotion Giveaway and Meet-Up


00:53:57 – Forge War Review


01:47:00 – The People up North: Boards Alive Podcast Clarification


01:52:17  – Brawling and Boardgamin' Feature Segment:  Top Ten Quotes




Digital Voice Line - #575-616-BROS(2767)


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Episode: RDTN Episode 74 – Do You Believe in Magic: Review of Ashes -Rise of the Phoenixborn, Vs. System 2PCG, Mage Wars Academy, and Fields of Arle ( 66.24 MB / 72:16)
As we have said many times, pre-constructed deck games or hand management games* are what pulled us into this hobby and it is what we get all excited about when a new pre-constructed constructed deck game comes out. So, needless to say, we were really looking forward to doing this episode because it is in our […]    Related Stories 
Podcast: Meeple Nation
Episode: MN 0071 Viceroy ( 28.99 MB / 36:12)

This week we talk about Viceroy, which is designed by Yuri Zhuravlev and produced by Mayday Games and Hobby World. Viceroy is a board game of bidding and resource management set in the world ofBerserk, a Russian collectible card game.

  This is a beautiful and colorful collection of cards and bits with excellent artwork. The theme is stretched a bit as the characters provide fairly generic powers depending on where they are placed in your pyramid, including more resources, cards, or tokens for scoring, which is bit of a point salad.   We all enjoyed the game, though Ryan is a bit disgruntled at the way Brent and Nathan "taught" him the game, thoroughly whooping him, locking him out of resources, and gloating in their towering pyramid at his expense.   It was a tough first play.   The tagline on the box says "Build Your Pyramid of Power!" and like a elaborate stack of cheerleaders, you must stack the character cards bought at auction in the most beneficial way possible.
Podcast: The SnakesCast
Episode: Stag-ette Party ( 15.12 MB / 16:30)
What kind of games would you bring to a party for a friend who's getting married? And if all the attendees were women, how would that affect your choices? This week's Guru Voodoo is all about bachelorette parties, and how to make games an enjoyable part of the experience.
Podcast: Three Die Block
Episode: Three Die Block #113: A Tournament for All Seasons ( 112.95 MB / 123:23)

Hey it's #113? *shrugs* Sure. We'll go with that. In this episode, we're smack dab in the middle of the NA tournament season. Join us as we talk about past and future tournaments, how we did, and what we hope to do! Plus like a million little side topics. You'll love it.

Episode: Episode 33 - Belfort ( 155.37 MB / 113:08)

In our thirty-third episode, Aaron explains why he hasn't been gaming lately, and we talk about the games we have been playing. We also review the area control worker placement game Belfort, and we have the fourth session of Boards Alive Plays: Dungeons & Dragons 5th Editions.

This episode is sponsored by Tasty Minstrel Games & Crash Games

Podcast: On Board Games
Episode: OBG 165: The Game of Life ( 110.53 MB / 120:44)

In this episode Erik and Don are joined by Sen-Foong Lim to talk about games outside of the gaming table.

Indie Cardboard gives us some new game news.     In the Review-a-palooza, Don and Erik take a look at:
  • Legendary: Guardians of the Galaxy
  • Venture
  • The JackPack which includes FibbageXL, Lie Swatter, Word Spud, and Drawful


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

Patreon account: http://www.patreon.com/obg
Twitter: @onboardgames
RSS Feed: http://onboardgames.libsyn.com/rss
Email us: onboardgames.net@gmail.com
On Board Games Guild at Board Game Geek

Episode: Loaded Dice Cast Episode 73: 3rd Year Anniversary Nonsense ( 64.16 MB / 112:04)

In this episode of Loaded Dice Cast, we celebrate our 3rd anniversary, and all the things the last year has brought us, including this network.  Many network regulars stop by to wish us well and participate in the festivities, even if an unusual number of them are drinking water or tea for such an auspicious [...]

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Podcast: CanHammer
Episode: CanHammer 61 - WFB, Canada at the ETC 2015 ( 115.03 MB / 125:24)
In this episode of CanHammer, Chris is joined by Ron and Caleb.  We discuss the ETC 2015!!!!! It is a mish mash of interviews and contect following team Canada through the European Team Championships in Czech Republic.  There are 2 Canadian song treats.  One song is half way through and the other is at the end.  Listen and as usual:  












Email: canhammer.podcast@gmail.com
Twitter: @CanHammerChris
Facebook: CanHammer
Itunes: CanHammer

Episode: PSP #234: Ranting and Raving / Ao Haru Ride (Blue Spring Ride) / Summer Anime / Alan Wake's American Nightmare ( 0 MB / 0:00)

In today's episode, Marc starts off the show going off on Tonari no Kaibutsu-kun (My Little Monster) once again because they just can't help it, even reading a few random Netflix reviews while they do it. After that, they talk about art and why artists shouldn't work for free--meaning no pay, no exposure, no nothing--so don't do it, and then they hit the usual summer anime nonsense and a game or two.

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

Podcast: cubelovepodcast
Episode: clp003 – cubelove podcast – Two Mics, One Cup ( 40.62 MB / 0:00)
We discuss prep for Strategicon and review Kraftwagen. 0:00:00 Please Listen Carefully 0:00:43 Foreplay, Strategicon Prep, Part 1 0:16:43 Kraftwagen review 1:20:06 Dessert Penis, Feedback, Solo Ginkgopolis 1:26:00 Song Opening music by Jahzzar, Between segment music by Ray Rude, Closing song by Das Sound Machine
Episode: #88 – Tabletop – The Best Four Days in Gaming ( 25.21 MB / 55:04)
We’re joined by local gamer Sean Walsh, as he and Dan tell stories from their time at Gen Con this summer. Hear all about their deep runs in various tournaments, hotel hot tub parties, penthouse suite gaming sessions, pseudonymous Japanese designers, and an Android: Netrunner collection that never made it back to Fargo. (Brian & […]
Episode: Crippled System Episode 126: Errata discussion ( 83.88 MB / 122:10)

Intro Announcements 6 Pack Recap Errata discussion Huge […]

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Podcast: Run Last Click
Episode: Episode 39: Core, Blimey! ( 56.05 MB / 48:51)

In this episode our heroes are joined by their chum Kev. This week’s episode goes out to all you lovely beginners out there. If you’ve got a core set and are wondering what is next, this one is for you. We talk about what data packs to get; what to expect from your first tournament and thing we wish we’d known when we first started. It’s a literal smorgasbord of information!

Episode: Episode 42 - Guild of Rocketeering ( 0 MB / 81:16)
In this weeks Gameplay episode Andrew rockets into the big leagues with the highly competitive, adrenaline fuelled, ball smashing, car exploding arena of doom that is Rocket League, later he gets cryptic as he and his team of special agents try to deduce secret identities in the tense and mind breaking party game that is Codenames, finally Andrew gets a much needed brain scan and psychiatric evaluation in the dark dystopion world of Psycho Pass. Meanwhile Matt  sends wave after wave of hapless adventures to their doom, trying to plunder the depths of a series of ever evolving dungeons in the Guild of Dungeoneering, later he opens shop and starts a market stall war in his attempt to undercurrent his competitors At the Gates of Loyang, finally Matt sits back, straps on his haptic gloves and VR visor as he makes yet another dive into Ready Player One.
Episode: Episode 3 - For Science! ( 36.74 MB / 40:09)

"No, 'tis perfectly safe, m'Lady! It's 100% steam-controlled, faster than a horse and less noisy than a bobcat. That screeching sound? T'is funny you ask, really. See, the Bauxite in Ghost rock reacts with the trapped air within, by whose emission an almost wailing sound is created. See, everything can be explained through Science alone..."


Show topics:

3:35 Reader Mail!

10:25 Cards we liked: Nightmares At Noon

21:58 "Flesh": The Deadlands Story of Mad Science

31:13 "Bones": The Mechanics of Mad Science in DT:R

38:12 The Philosophy of Clown Carriages


Don't forget to go to the Sheriff Event in Budapest on September 12th!

Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/events/886585974723206/

Music by WellBad (www.wellbad.de)

and sometimes by Ta Techneta (www.tatechneta.de)

Thanks for listening!

- The Booted Dudes

Podcast: Dice Tower News
Episode: Dice Tower News 446 - Aug 24 2015 ( 12.76 MB / 13:57)

The Best Board Game News in the multiverse with Roger Hicks on this episode of the Dice Tower News.

Episode: Episode 28: Colony Wars Preview! ( 26.76 MB / 29:14)

This week Dustin and Matt preview TWO never before seen cards from the COLONY WARS Set. Tournaments and League play is also discussed. A New BLOG and Three overrated cards complete this amazing episode! Join in!!

Podcast: Out of Game
Episode: OOG - EP13 - The Best & Worst of GenCon 2015 ( 75.34 MB / 0:00)
In the thirteenth episode Out of Game Ryan & Chris are joined by special guest Tim to discuss the best and worst experiences of GenCon 2015.
Podcast: Dukes of Dice
Episode: Dukes of Dice - Ep. 54 - Fields of Huh ( 90.9 MB / 98:34)

This episode Alex steps down and Duke Suzanne fills in! The Dukes... 

... Discuss recent plays including Nevermore, The Last Banquet, Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn, Onirim. Trambahn and Francis Drake (04:30); 

... Review Z-Man Games' Fields of Arle (25:25);

... Alex pops by for a solo review of Rio Grande Games' Friday (1:07:45); and

... Answer some short topic questions from listeners (1:18:08).


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Episode: Games on The Treadmill with Shoe Ep 73 – Lazy and Low on Content ( 17.57 MB / 0:00)
Podcast: Gaming Rules!
Episode: Gaming Rules! – Podcast 15 ( 19.09 MB / 20:44)
Games I’ve been playing and an interview with Richard Breese!
Episode: Episode 46 ( 0 MB / 0:00)
Click Here To Check Out This Episode! On our agenda: 2015 Australian Nationals recap! – This week the Panelists recap on their individual performances at Nationals 2015! They reflect on the choices they made both in and out of the tournament, and discuss what they learned from the process and which of them are better […]
Episode: Board Games, Business, and Season 3! Ep. 65 ( 31.99 MB / 34:48)

In this episode, Jeff, Lee, and Kyle reflect on the past 65 episodes, discuss hopes for the next year, and Lee rages on Jeff for interrupting her story. #Jeffissorry Company Updates The Kickstarter Campaign for Season Three of the Happy Mitten Podcast drops August 25th! Obtain a “Play Games. Live Happy” shirt! Sign up for the […]

The post Board Games, Business, and Season 3! Ep. 65 appeared first on Happy Mitten Games.

Podcast: Jaded Gamercast
Episode: Episode 238: Skirmish in your pants ( 119.21 MB / 0:00)
This week Lange and Nathan are joined by our final kickstarter backer Ian! In this episode we chat about skirmish games and why we love them. How the rules tend to differ from your typical large scale tabletop game as well as how we feel they work on the tournament scene. This weeks models are […]
Episode: The Good, The Board, and the Funded: Episode 33 “Kickstarter” ( 60.97 MB / 66:36)

Hey there GBU fans, they boys are back (and all remembered to press record) and they’re here to talk about Kickstarter.  Hear about some good and bad experiences and their feelings on how kickstarter has helped/hindered the board gaming community.  Today they review Caylus, Kemet, and La Granja and on the hype train is Star Trek: Frontiers, A Feast For Odin and A Fake Artist Goes To New York.  

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