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Episode: Episode 165: Pe-e-e-rry Interesting ( 0 MB / 0:00)
Tonight's guest needs no introduction, but we have to write SOMETHING here. We were recently fortunate to get a few minutes to chat with Perry Cocke from Multi-Man Publishing. Perry is just one of the Men at Multi-Man, but he's the only one that will talk to us. Does he keep losing the coin toss or are we just lucky? Anyway, it's always good to hear from the horses mouth about all the going's on
Episode: #30 C&G - Do We Play games Enough? ( 40.17 MB / 0:00)
In this podcast, Ben and Russ discuss whether we play our games enough and why that may or may not be, and in the Giggle, Ben's knowledge of the BoardGameGeek Top 100 is put to the test!
Episode: The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 8 ( 95.84 MB / 69:48)

After a refreshing break in the wilds of Scotland the Polyhedron Collider crew get back together to discuss the board games they have been playing. We talk about Scythe yet again (well it is popular) and we take an in depth look at Fluxx, Multiuniversum, Vampire Hunters and Eldritch Horror.

We also give a shout out to the Brawling Brothers for supporting our show, and an argument about a brewery start some impromptu Sean Bean impressions.

Intro 0:00

Scythe 1:46

Fluxx 19:51

Multiuniversum 27:11

Vampire Hunters 40:58

Eldritch 54:00

Sean Bean 1:08:55

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or your favourite podcast player via our feed http://polyhedroncollider.libsyn.com/rss

Intro and Outro Music: "Ouroboros" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Don't forget to visit www.polyhedroncollider.com for more great reviews and interviews, or connect with us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/polyhedroncollider), Twitter (https://twitter.com/PolyhedronC)

Episode: Manhattan Project Chain Reaction Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 5.53 MB / 2:58)
My review of this quick card game based off the worker placement board game. Chain multi-use cards together matching inputs and outputs to gain yellowcake, uranium, and finally to build bombs.
My Allegro (2-min) review- https://youtu.be/c_MCLP8DWzY
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Episode: Behind the Scene – Alive : évolutions mécaniques jusqu'à Cannes 2016 ( 0 MB / 45:16)
Lors du premier épisode consacré au jeu en développement Alive, nous avions abordé l’évolution générale du prototype, la démarche créatrice de Jérémy, l’auteur, les différents tests… Ce second épisode, plus technique, s’attarde sur les évolutions mécaniques entre 2014 et mars 2016. On discute notamment de la mécanique principale et de son parcours, à savoir le draft de dés, utilisés à la fois pour leur valeur et leur couleur. On parle aussi de l’influence des autres prototypes créés entre temps sur les mécanismes d’Alive, avec notamment une direction vers un ordre du tour moins brouillon.
Podcast: The White Book
Episode: THE WHITE BOOK S7E34 – 258 ( 73.14 MB / 73:16)
This week Team Right (Will, Luke, and Patrick) along with guest host and North American Joust Champion, Chris S. interview Zach R., FFG/ANA's head of Organized Play!Also, please, consider supporting the show and buying a set (or more!) of tokens!
Episode: Moderne klassikere - del 2 ( 40.45 MB / 0:00)
Vores første afsnit om de moderne klassikere var så populært, at vi blev nødt til at lave en del 2… Del 2 af mange, ender det nok me, for der er masser af spil at snakke om i den kategori. Vi får igen besøg i studier af Per Fischer, og foruden tre af de helt store moderne klassikere, kommer vi også forbi det spil i vores samlinger, som har det mærkeligste tema. Særeste Tema Kittens in a blender Die Macher Wir sind das Folk Morels Moderne klassikere Terrace Mystica King of Tokyo Memoir 44
Podcast: Strange Assembly
Episode: Strange Assembly 192 - Live From GenCon 2016 ( 65.1 MB / 142:12)
Interviews and commentary from GenCon 2016.
Podcast: The Spiel
Episode: GenCon 2016 - So, You Want to Start Publishing Games ( 33.65 MB / 48:30)
Our panel gives advice they wish they had received when first starting out. What pitfalls can new publishers avoid? Ted Alspach (Bezier Games), Paul Bender (Greater Than Games), Tim Fowers (Fowers Games), Travis Worthington (Indie Boards and Cards).
Podcast: Game Wisdom
Episode: Building Bit Shifter with Plastic Games ( 93.43 MB / 102:03)

Building Bit Shifter with Plastic Games Josh Bycer josh@game-wisdom.com

This week on the cast, Plastic Games’ Jim Horn and Paul Dana joined me to talk about developing Bit Shifter and a grab bag of design topics. We began with talking about how Plastic Games was started by Paul and when Jim joined the team. Bit Shifter has been in development for a long time […]

The post Building Bit Shifter with Plastic Games appeared first on Game Wisdom.

Episode: Kicking the Table OST Vol 1 Review ( 42.31 MB / 92:26)
Kevin Devine and Jeremy Fridy record an entire playthrough of the first scenario in Old School Tactical Vol 1
Episode: TPGC - Episode #74 - Codenames: Deep Undercover, Deception: Murder in Hong Kong and Dead Last ( 115.67 MB / 126:21)

On Episode #74 Bruce is joined by Rocki, Mike and Bryan to talk about the group deduction game things with a twist, Deception: Murder in Hong Kong and Dead Last.


We start the show with a discussion of all the new Target exclusives including Cards Against Humanity: Retail Product and Codenames: Deep Undercover.


We talk about Moon Cheese (yes you read that right) and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups filled with Pieces (yes you read that right).



We talk about Deception: Murder in Hong Kong from Grey Fox Games


Dead Last from Smirk and Dagger Games.



The Episode of What Did you Play this week podcast with Bruce is on this page: https://wdyptw.wordpress.com/what-did-you-play-this-week-conversation-episodes/

The Geek Forum about 3 player fixes is here: https://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/1595614/optimal-play-three-person-field-everyone-play-ambu


A big thank you to Steamworks Coffee (steamworkscoffee.net) for sponsoring What the Food!


Thanks for listening!


Episode: Episode 32 – Mad Desert Shade ( 44.94 MB / 56:05)
Demon horses, ancient sand storms and one very cantankerous sea witch invade Episode 32 of the podcast, and the crew could not be more excited. In lieu of overcoming such a formidable lineup of adversaries, Steven starts the show off with training techniques to prepare for such a journey. In the meantime, Seth and Adam nearly come to blows over their mutual love for a secret society established to undermine the evil equestrian overlords. The team then wanders into a forbidden desert and is left scrambling for the mad shade of Mr. Matt Leacock himself. The adventure then concludes with a lighthearted trip to a magical island filled with peace-loving mermaids… or was it the ocean? We’re still not sure? So grab your shovels and magic wands, because we just may need your help navigating epic episode. Games Discussed: Apotheca, Forbidden Desert, Mermaid Island Shout Outs: MoAV Coffee House, Meter Maids, Mermaids, Marionettes, Matt Leacock    
Episode: Captain Sonar Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 6.88 MB / 3:41)
My review of this team versus team real-time game. Activate systems, steal the other teams navigation directions and try to sink them before they sink you.
My Allegro (2-min)  review - https://youtu.be/PxMg5v7aVjU
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Episode: G2B Ep. 216: Bring Your Joystick to Work Day ( 59.46 MB / 0:00)
Join the Gutter Geeks for a rousing discussion of the best, the worst and the ugliest controllers in gaming history! Also learn the results from the WizardWorld Comic Con Chicago give-away. Lots and lots of awesome in this show and tell-all episode of Guys Games and Beer!

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Episode: The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 129 ( 0 MB / 48:35)

Original air date: 11/8/16 This week, Trent, Garth and Mark are fixated on Indianapolis and the wonders of GenCon, America’s biggest annual board gaming convention… which they have no hope of ever being able to afford to attend. But Trent does have a list of the games from GenCon he’s more »

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Episode: The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 128 ( 0 MB / 47:23)

Original Air Date: 04/08/16 In this one, Mark, Trent and Leon launch their new Code Games competition, giving you a chance to win vouchers from Polymorph Games and Hobbies. They get stuck into Robinson Crusoe: Adventures On the Cursed Isle, still a cracker despite its exorbitant price. Leon learns the more »

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Episode: Kickstarter Special #4 - Mars 4:45 ( 21.4 MB / 29:01)

Today Chris and Aidan talk about the history of Mars 4:45 and get a little into the history of TGIK Games!

Podcast: Würfelwerfer
Episode: Der Große Wurf #6 - GamesCom und XCOM ( 80.78 MB / 83:44)
Zum Start der weltgrößten Videospiel-Messe - der GamesCom in Köln - sprechen wir über Elektronik in Brettspielen, Apps und Hybrid Games und stellen das Brettspiel XCOM vor. Heute mit unserem Gast: Marc Sommer.
Episode: Limited Resources 349 - Eldritch Moon Grab Bag ( 42.97 MB / 93:48)

This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis delve into a bevy of topics including extra Patreon Questions of the Week, an bonus Crack-a-Pack, and a touch on some of the cards from EMN and SOI that have changed values since the PT.

Paul Cheon's Chlog from PT EMN: http://www.channelfireball.com/videos/watch-paul-cheons-ptemn-vlog/

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.

Episode: Live Post Gencon 2016 Q&A ( 81.85 MB / 44:29)
Ask me questions about Gencon in this Live Q&A
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 Twitter - http://www.Twitter.com/TheGameBoyGeek
Episode: TGC: 066 Ivan Karmonov from Tabletopia- A New Digital Tabletop Platform! ( 42.6 MB / 52:48)


Here is a great conversation I had with Ivan Karmonov, the head of marketing at Tabletopia, to talk with us about their new digital tabletop platform.  

I am constantly on the lookout for new tools that can help you take your Gaming Career to the next level and I see a lot of potential in Tabletopia.

Their business model allows for some interesting revenue sharing as well as the opportunity for digital playtesting and online distribution for your games.

I am excited about the potential for a digital platform to help extend our reach.  A  user friendly platform for both players and designers could be a real game changer.

Enjoy this interview and let me know if you can think of any cool game business applications you'd like to share!

Find out more about Tabletopia:


Podcast: The Spiel
Episode: GenCon 2016 - Women Building Careers in the Game Industry ( 32.37 MB / 47:00)
A round table discussion exploring the different ways the game world is evolving as more women work and play in the world of games. Panelists: Lea Culliton (HABA USA), Brittanie Boe (Game Wire), Tanya Thompson (Marbles), Donna Jaffe (Peaceable Kingdom).
Episode: I Can Deal #023: Convention Season ( 33.39 MB / 48:37)
CJ has returned from vacation and from Gen Con with guest James to talk about board game conventions. The good, the bad, and the empty wallets; this time of year is when all the big cons hit. You should definitely check one out.
Episode: Three Moves Ahead 366: Modern Warfare ( 54.2 MB / 58:01)
Bruce is joined by game designer Mitch Land to talk about the Next War series of games and modern warfare. Modeling modern warfare is its own challenge as designers attempt to get the most accurate data possible and then abstract it to a playable game. Mitch talks about modeling and performance data, why aircraft carriers are important, and the processing of printing and publishing a game.
Episode: EPISODE395 - Star Fleet Universe On Call ( 62.09 MB / 90:48)
Discuss the new Star Trek RPG game that is coming, Paravians, and the Sargasso Storm Octant.
Episode: W3.E25 :: Who, What, Why and Chris Kirkman ( 8.62 MB / 9:25)

Who, What, Why presents our twenty-fifth episode of Designing Games with Game Designers featuring Chris Kirkman, founder of Dice Hate Me Games. Chris is currently the director of game development for Greater Than Games now that his company has merged with GTG. In this episode we asked Chris to design a game based on Wrecking Crew, an old NES game from 1985.

This episode features an advertisement from my friends at Game and a Curry and their Hangover on August 20th in Allentown, PA. Click for more info: Hangover

There is an issue with the audio on my end because of a fan in the background (our #1 fan!). I did my best to reduce its impact.

Podcast: CanHammer
Episode: CanHammer Ep 84 -40k, How to Choose an Army ( 97 MB / 105:42)

In this episode of CanHammer, Chris is joined by Logan and Darren, we go through a blood angels list, how to choose an army and answer your questions.  
Listen and as usual:


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

Episode: Who, What, Why S14.E07 :: Game Companies Unite! ( 19.54 MB / 61:21)

Chris Kirkman, the founder of Dice Hate Me Games and director of game development with Greater Than Games, joins us to talk about mergers and publishing games. We focus our conversation on how the merger took place and how Chris' role changed with the new company. Chris lays out how this merger distinguishes between its different sub-brands. We also get an inside look into what one publisher does to scout for potential games.

If you'd like to learn more about Greater Than Games or Dice Hate Me, please visit their respective websites.

I didn't realize that the fan in the background would be so strong in the recording (it's been really hot in NY), so I did my best to minimize its impact on the episode.

Podcast: Wargames To Go
Episode: Wargames To Go 7.2 - Battle of Britain (Ben Knight interview) ( 40.52 MB / 117:54)

I'm not sure why I called this episode Adlertag. I guess it's to bookend my discussion & exploration of the Battle of Britain. Last time was just the intro, but by now I've started. Hence, the Eagle Day reference. You can bet that episode 7.3 will be The Hardest Day, and that will be that. It took me so long to get to this one because I've been distracted. I played games, read books, watched movies, and recorded two great interviews that you'll hear. (Plus a third interview I'm saving for 7.3.) And then...I found out I'm moving to France. This is a temporary reassignment for work, a very exciting opportunity for my wife & I (kids are in college, staying here), and it's meant that my free time evaporated due to preparations. Those are mostly finished now, and I had a window of opportunity to finish the recording & editing for this podcast. Whew!

Doug Adams (dougadamsau)  

I'm super excited to interview designer Ben Knight, who may not have been on anyone else's wargame podcast yet. Ben designed a game I discussed in my first Wargames To Go episode, the double-blind game about Across the Potomac. I would've been happy to hear him discuss anything, including that old Command Magazine game, but what I really was after was a talk about his Battle of Britain game, London's Burning. He tells some stories about its development, and I think it provides a window into his approach as a designer. Good stuff. Some day I'll play his Victory at Midway and perhaps I can have him back on the show then.

Besides the designer of London's Burning, I interview another fan of the game, my friend Doug Adams. Doug denies he's a wargamer, but I know otherwise. Doug is someone I've known online for 20 years...but we've never met or even spoken to each other before this interview. He's in Australia, and I'm in California (until I'm in France!).

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


Battle of Britain
First of the Few
Mrs. Miniver
The One That Got Away
Reach for the Sky
Piece of Cake


P.S. Time to fess up--if my voice sounds funny when I say "Ben Knight," it's because in post-production I kept saying the name of another wargame designer, Ben Hull. Oops! Had to fix that. The recording was made in a variety of settings, some outside, some over dodgy Skype connections. I pieced it all together like Doctor Frankenstein, and I hope the end result is good enough. I thought it was.

Episode: Flick 'Em Up, Stone Age Junior, lastenpelejä, La Città (jakso #12) ( 46.32 MB / 33:41)
Tällä viikolla käsittelyssä uusia suomenkielisiä julkaisuja: Flick 'Em Up, Kanin Hop Hop, Ice Cool ja Stone Age Junior. Ulkomaanihmeitäkin esitellään (tosin Oh My Goods! näkyy saapuneen suomalaisten kauppojen valikoimiin). Vanhoissa peleissä puhutaan lastenpeleistä ja venäläisistä peleistä. Selectaa on tosiaan tulossa uusintalaitoksina, Viva Topo!:kin on uudelleenjulkaisulistalla. Tämä näin podcast-nauhoituksen jälkeisenä tietona. Historiaosastolla vilkaisu nostalgiseen La Cittàan. Mukana myös Tuomo Pekkanen ja Lautapelioppaan uutiset. Tunnusmusiikki: Kevin MacLeod: Fretless (remix). incompetech.com, CC BY-SA
Episode: Bloodborne the Card Game Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 6.88 MB / 3:41)
My review of this dungeon delving card game where you need to work together, but you’re really out for yourself. Push your luck to inflict as much damage as you can before you die.
My Allegro (2-min) Review- https://youtu.be/oQhYAx0dBXI
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Episode: Podcast #33 – NOT Gencon ( 133.5 MB / 145:49)
FFG Article – A Hard Earned Bounty Bespin Gambit – Companions Bespin Gambit – Agenda Cards Bespin Gambit – Reward Cards Bespin Gambit – Rebel Upgrades Bespin Gambit – Supply Cards User created campaign over on BGG General Buyers Guide over at theboardgamereviewer.com New Skirmish Youtube channel Skirmish Tournament list video @DiceHate VASSAL Campaign module updated with […]
Episode: The Reserve Pool Podcast Season 2 Episode 37: Fists of Fury! ( 64.46 MB / 0:00)

This week Isaac, Stuart, and Trubie chat about recent WKRF Updates and discuss their Top 10 Fist energy characters!
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Episode: Episode 55 - State of the Podcast ( 11.34 MB / 8:13)

We had a difficult time getting together this week again, so this time, it's all bear and no albino. Jason goes over a quick statement of where the podcast is and where it's going, so we really covet your feedback on this last year of podcasting. It's sort of a mini-sode, but let us know what you think.

Episode: Episode 49 - Destined for Great.....ness? ( 18.89 MB / 20:51)

Chris and Joe talk about games they have designed with the express purpose to throw them away before they even finish.

Podcast: Gradanie
Episode: Broom Service: The Card Game – Gradanie #149 ( 13.23 MB / 0:00)
O Broom Service rozmawialiśmy już kilkadziesiąt odcinków temu, a dziś na tapecie pojawia się śmiesznie prościutka wersja karciana w małym pudełku. Jak bardzo ten tytuł jest tu doklejony na siłę? Zapraszamy do słuchania, w nagraniu powinniście znaleźć odpowiedź. Zapraszamy.
Episode: Vox Republica 124: Gen Con 2016 ( 102.86 MB / 111:45)
Episode 124: Gen Con 2016

Length: 1:51:44

Show Links: RSS | iTunes | Stitcher | Download Episode


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: Erin and Ryan, between bouts of fatigue, talk all about the mega gaming convention known as Gen Con 2016, including all the highlights and a few disappointments. 



  • It's Gen Con! With tons to see and do on each of the four days, we recap games of note that we saw, those we played, events we participated in, and all the excellent people we interacted with. It's roughly broken down by day:
    • Thursday - (03:17)
    • Friday - (37:49)
    • Saturday - (58:04)
    • Sunday - (1:19:58)
    • Favorite Parts of Gen Con 2016 - (1:31:54)
    • Least Favorite Parts of Gen Con 2016 - (1:40:36)


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, Facebook, and BoardGameGeek.


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

Episode: Travel Catch-up and Listener Mail ( 30.16 MB / 65:00)
Dirk, David, and Rob are here on the momentous 150th episode of the Game Design Roundtable to talk about their recent travels. David is traveling the globe to support his game studio and Rob returns from the prestigious Spiel des Jahres awards in Germany. They also tackle some more of your insightful questions. --------------------- Dirk Knemeyer - @DKnemeyer, www.artana.com, dirk@artana.com David Heron - @DavidVHeron Rob Daviau -@RobDaviau, rob.daviau@ironwallgames.com --------------------- Episode Outline 0:00:58 - Star Trek Conventions 0:09:02 - Spiel des Jahres 0:20:49 - Prototype Cards and nanDECK 0:23:16 - Bidding mechanics 0:32:01 - Abstract games 0:40:50 - Well-written rules 0:49:13 - Designer credits
Episode: Episode 5 - The Game Is Afoot ( 0 MB / 91:03)
Episode 5 - The Game Is Afoot In which we're discussing the importance of sweet, sweet victory. Not to mention reviewing Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective and Beyond Baker Street.
Episode: 66 | This is Where You Get Your Kicks At ( 58.47 MB / 63:50)
Protospiel has come and gone again, and the boys talk about what they saw, the feedback they got, and how John "The Iron Lion" Chaffer suplexed thirty men and one musk ox through a brewery floor. We didn't enter this year's Protospiel Rasslin' Championship, but after seeing that musk ox plummet into the depths of hell, we're kinda glad we didn't. Plus something about toilets, and a special message from astronaut Vic Chefterly.
Podcast: The Spiel
Episode: GenCon 2016 - Designing Games for Kids ( 32.36 MB / 47:00)
A round table discussion on the challenge of designing games for kids. Our panel features Markus Nikisch (HABA), Brandan Parsons (Blue Orange), Josh West (ThinkFun) and Bernie DeKoven (Major Fun).
Episode: Ep 66 Post Gencon News ( 59.68 MB / 74:31)

This week Roy and Matt talk about all the news out of Gencon!



  • Arkham Horror LCG
  • Rising Sun
  • Star Wars Destiny
  • Specter ops app
  • Doom
  • Rune wars miniatures game
  • Dead of Winter flick em’ up and Warring Colonies!
  • Imperial Assault app in 2017

What we have been playing?

  • (Roy)
    • Captain Sonar
  • (Matt)
    • 7 Ronin

Topic: Post GenCon

  • What was the game of the con for you?
    • (Matt)
      • Go Cuckoo! (Winner)
      • Junk Art (Runner-up)
    • (Roy)
      • Captain Sonar (Winner)
      • 7 Ronin (Runner-up)
  • Thanks to everyone who stopped by and said hi to us!!

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Episode: Episode 53: CraigCon Wrap-up and Erin Picks a Topic ( 68.56 MB / 62:41)

In the 53rd episode of The Botch Games Podcast, Craig, Erin, and Tyler wrap up all the games they played during CraigCon, an all day gaming celebration of Craig's birth, and Erin takes the reigns on picking a topic which focuses on garnering a welcoming and accepting environment around the game table.

Show Times:

Intro: 0:35

Tyler's Played Games: 10:12

ft: Mysterium, Descent, Dead Last, Red Dragon Inn, and More

Erin's Played games and Show Topic: 28:12

ft: Sushi Go Party, 7 Wonders, Orleans, Agricola

Outro: 59:16

Episode: GeekNights 20160810 - Bojack Horseman ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Tonight on GeekNights, Rym and Emily review Bojack Horseman. The critics are right, and this show is fantastic, if dark. It's definitely worth watching. The first season takes some episodes to hit its stride, season two is a perfect arc, and season three is a series of largely high-concept episodes.

Geeknights on Patreon! GeekNights at PAX!

Episode: Last Friday Review with the Game Boy Geek ( 11.96 MB / 6:25)
My review of this hidden movement game where the hidden is the hunter! But that changes back and forth over the game. Can you survive to the end?
My Allegro Review - https://youtu.be/cBO2yoeCgk0
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Episode: 025 - Help! ( 77.39 MB / 84:32)
Scythe is the game on everyone's lips at the moment, and Chris and Euan give you a lipful (or something) about it to kick off this episode! Also in the tabletop section is Fantasy Flight's Lovecraftian co-op game Elder Sign, and a quick update on the ongoing Star Wars: Imperial Assault campaign. In video games, Euan talks about Help: The Game, a collection of games made by various good-hearted developers for the charity War Child, and then the guys chat about the hilarious-but-chaotic couch co-op game Overcooked! No Pawel in this episode, he's had his teeth removed, presumably by a medical professional.
Episode: Breaking into Board Games Episode 24 - GenCon Recap Live! ( 47.32 MB / 34:23)

We took a break from the hustle and bustle of GenCon 2016 to be in the same room for once! We talk about how our goals have shaped the experience we have had. 

This was recorded live, so please excuse any background noise that might be happening.



Tony - Designer - @beardedroguegames

Ian - Developer - @ianzangdesign

Gil - Publisher - @gilhova

"There It Is" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Episode: The Final Roll - 48 Hours Left to Go! - Episode 50: Wednesday, August 10th ( 7.06 MB / 7:42)
Episode 50 of your Last Reminder to Back some Cool Games! Wednesday, August 10th - 7PM CET to Friday, August 12th - 7PM CET Sad KS Story of the Week: None. RPG Spotlight: Coriolis A Blog + Podcast Combi of this podcast can be found: https://thefinalroll.wordpress.com/2016/08/10/the-final-roll-48-hours-left-to-go-episode-50-wednesday-august-10th/ If you can Spare a Dollar / Euro you could: Support this Podcast /Blog on Patreon: www.patreon.com/thefinalroll Support this Podcast / Blog via Paypal: www.paypal.me/thefinalroll Links for Episode 50: Faun Warriors: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/458000894/raiders-of-arcana-faun-warriors Near and Far: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/953146955/near-and-far-storytelling-board-game Thwarted: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/vilegeniusgames/thwarted-a-game-of-super-villainy Collectors and Capers: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/blueherongames/collectors-and-capers Virus: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/geniusgames/virus-an-infectious-card-game Demolish: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1662303581/demolish-a-destructive-card-game Heist to Paradise: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/lamplinkgames/heist-to-paradise-the-dice-game-where-crime-pays Galactic Debate: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/roadtoinfamy/galactic-debate Coriolis: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1192053011/coriolis-a-sci-fi-rpg-from-the-makers-of-mutant-ye Battle of Britain (Reprint): https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1992455033/battle-of-britain Builders of Blankenburg - Cutthroat Expansion: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/948466937/builders-of-blankenburg-cutthroat
Episode: Podcast EP06 – Board Game Arena ( 107.66 MB / 0:00)
Dans cet épisode, on présente le site boardgamearena.com ainsi que nos jeux préférés sur cette plateforme. Boardgamearena.com est un site pour jouer à des jeux de table en ligne. On discute des jeux que nous avons joués dans les dernières semaines, dont Orléans et Descent: Journeys in the dark. On présente nos derniers achats et ...lire la suite →

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