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Podcast: The White Book
Episode: The White Book S6E9- 219 ( 33.47 MB / 71:53)
Episode 219- Cast: Will, Aaron and Tommy. This week we talk some about recent FFG and LCG community news and then dive into reviewing the Night’s Watch cards from the 2ED Core Set. Music: Spinozar  
Episode: Three Moves Ahead 323: Company of Heroes ( 68.5 MB / 74:02)
The true measure of a game's greatness is how many game developers play it during their lunch breaks. This week we learn that Company of Heroes validates this universal truth with its compelling gameply and lasting appeal. With the recent addition of the British army to CoH2, Rob Zacny, Blendo Games' Brendon Chung, and CoH product Shane Neville look back at the original game and the state of the sequel. The first entry in the series still holds strong while the sequel continues to improve.
Episode: EPISODE355 - Star Fleet Universe On Call ( 48.57 MB / 71:02)
Talk about Star Fleet Mission, differences between Federation Commander & SFB and Star Fleet Marines Online.
Episode: Ion Control LCG Episode 19 ( 83.06 MB / 90:44)

With the Rogue Squadron cycle now at an end Dan and Jonathan discuss what they though of it as a whole, and if it was successful. They also look into the future and talk about what we have seen coming in the Endor cycle. A new segment, The Holocron, is also introduced this episode, where the hosts cover a range of quick topics like what does the new L5R LCG mean for Organized Play, Is Imperial Entanglements even delayed? and talk about some upcoming releases in the Star Wars universe.

Relevant Links:
-Worlds Prizes
-UK Nationals
-Australian Nationals
-The Council Video Cast

Episode: Boardcast News 9-24-15 | Podcast of Nonsensical Gamers ( 20.13 MB / 21:59)
This week Matt spreads his wings and flies solo this week to bring you all the latest and greatest board game and Kickstarter news.
Episode: PSP #243: Blood Bowl 2 / My Love Story / Bikini Warriors / Seiyu's Life! / Wakaba*Girl / Season Finales... ( 0 MB / 0:00)

In today's episode, Marc goes on and on about how they really like The Voice and how they did something related to The Voice that is quite stupid (note: see stupid), but don't worry, folks, that's not all (Marc is overflowing with the stupid on today's episode)! In addition to hoping y'all stand by 'em, Marc also talks about a few games, including the fun, but slow, Blood Bowl 2 and the not-so-fun, overpriced Overruled!--which didn't get any better with time, only worse. And then, after that--which included even more Metal Gear crap--they talk about a bunch of anime series that have come to an end this past week. Cheers and enjoy the show!

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 78 -- Playing Guitar on a Dateless Night ( 138.31 MB / 151:05)

Three Kingdoms Redux is currently the 2156th ranked game on Board Game Geek. It's a game we've been playing this month, one that's been on our radar for quite a while, and in this episode we're going to do our longest single game review telling you why that ranking is approximately 2150 places off.

Also, we've discovered another fine game about to hit Kickstarter, World's Fair 1893. This one has demanded to be on our table more than we expected, and we could see it garnering some silverware in 2016.

Add to this a bottle of Whisky and a handful of light games played just before recording and you have our longest episode yet (On a side note, we plan to reverse this length trend as we slouch on toward episode 100).


04:44 -- Sixes &Sevens: Light Game Deathmatch (Discoveries, Mottainai, Flip City, Welcome to the Dungeon, Traders of Osaka)
19:30 -- Practicing Guitar
21:00 -- World's Fair 1893 (in-depth KS preview)
59:17 -- The Bottle of Guilt: Ardbeg Auriverdes
70:22 -- Transition
71:21 -- Three Kingdoms Redux (in-depth review)

Podcast: Proxi-Jeux
Episode: N°69 Fred Henry : Avant Conan ( 126.6 MB / 138:17)
A invité exceptionnel, épisode exceptionnel. Nous avons eu la chance de recevoir Fred Henry pour nous parler de Conan, mais aussi de son parcours professionnel et de ce qui l’a amené à l’une des plus grandes réussites du financement participatif du jeu de société. Et comme le salon dR...
Episode: The Action Points Podcast! Episode 104 - All The Spoilers For All The Endings ( 79.26 MB / 86:35)

The whole gang is back together again! We talk about endings that we love and hate, and spoil many endings along the way. In roundup: Adam is sick of Sichuan food; Adam and Evan make some Super Marios; Dan grapples with an Intergalactic Nemesis; Evan gets more figures, tells an Undertale, and is unsettled by Albino Lullaby; and Aaron finishes Alex + Ada and Skullkickers.

Links for the things we talked about:

Super Mario Maker

The Intergalactic Nemesis


Albino Lullaby: Episode 1

Alex + Ada


Episode: Carcassonne ( 64.24 MB / 70:11)

Before the Four Corners get into the discussion on Carcassonne we have a quick look at 2 games :

Chew : Case files of the FDA at 00:31

Codenames at 03:51

We then get into Carcassonne and talk about the components, strategies, and scoring. We also have a dicussion on why this 15 year old game is still going strong, and is it all down to the expansions?

We then discuss our favourite expansions to add to Carcassonne, and we end the discussion topics on the most contentious topic of the day : Theme! Who knew it had a them and members of the Board felt so strongly about it!

We end up giving our ratings (hint - one of us is no longer in love with the game) and finish up with suggestions for other games that give us a similar experience.

Don't forget you can find all our contact information on our new website at http://www.fourcornersoftheboard.com.

Also if you'd like to hear more great podcasts on board gaming, why not check out the dice tower network at http://www.dicetowernetwork.com

Episode: Podcast „Splanszowany” odc. 6 ( 26.9 MB / 0:00)
Szósty odcinek w eterze, a w nim oczywiście newsy ze świata planszówkowego, ale nie zawsze o samych grach. Dodatkowo jak zwykle (choć w sumie to dopiero szósty raz) dzielę się … Czytaj dalej →
Podcast: Dice Tower News
Episode: Dice Tower News 458 - Sep 23, 2015 ( 17.17 MB / 18:46)

It's Wacky wednesday, er...Thursday on the Dice Tower News for all the best in Board Game News

Episode: Cardboard Architects - Episode 4 ( 10.9 MB / 11:55)

Chris and Joe talk about how they share ideas, that is, until they get distracted and start talking about something else.

Episode: Limited Resources 303 - Battle for Zendikar Set Review: Commons and Uncommons ( 167.33 MB / 365:28)

This week on Limited Resources Marshall and Luis do the big Battle for Zendikar Set Review: Commons and Uncommons! Every single Common and Uncommon in the set is dissected so you can get the edge on your prerelease, release, and subsequent Limited events. 

Timestamps by Color:

Red: 00:08:42

Green: 01:13:45

White: 02:06:27

Blue: 03:03:23

Black: 04:10:30

Multicolored/Artifact/Land: 05:02:02



Matt Sperling Article from Signoff: http://www.channelfireball.com/articles/everything-you-wanted-to-know-about-magic-but-were-afraid-to-ask/

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

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Email: lr@lrcast.com

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

Podcast: Wargames To Go
Episode: Wargames To Go 5 - Waterloo ( 54.12 MB / 157:31)
Hey! I'll be at BGG.con. Look me up at the Wargamer Meet & Greet on Wednesday night. Or join me in a game of Waterloo 200 on Friday morning!


Timestamps (approximate)

12:09 - Andrew Hobley interview (Bicentennial Waterloo gaming)
38:25 - Pete Belli interview (One-Minute Waterloo)
1:02:45 - Books & Films
1:19:45 - Paul Comben interview (Waterloo wargaming)
1:59:30 - Games I played

Maybe now I'm getting the hang of this, not biting off more than I can chew for the the next episode. Might be fewer films & games discussed here, though then again maybe that's not true. Regardless, this episode didn't swamp me as much as other "recent" ones have. Getting one of those episodes out every few months would work well with me, because that's about the pace that I want to explore new topics in military history.

This time I'm digging into another historical anniversary--the bicentennial of Waterloo. That happened earlier this summer, on June 18. I'd played a few Waterloo titles already, and more came after that date. I saw some films/docs, and found others. I listened to a couple audiobooks, read magazine & Wikipedia articles, and flipped through some library books.

I also interviewed some gamers. Three of them, in fact, and I think you'll enjoy their stories. I've participated in some wargame anniversaries before, but this one was different. It seemed to me there was more participation by wargamers around the world. Very fun to be a part of that! It was through reading interesting reports & opinions from other anniversary wargamers that led to these interviews. Andrew Hobley played a BUNCH of Napoleonic wargames on their bicentennials, so Waterloo was the culmination of his experience. You may have seen his fantastic session reports here on BGG. Pete Belli is an active hobbyist that a lot of people know. He's been playing for a long while, and has worked on many of his own designs, too, including One-Minute Waterloo. That's no joke--one minute. The design goal & process is interesting. Finally, Paul Comben has posted detailed analyses of several Waterloo titles over on The Boardgaming Way and The Boardgaming Life (two similar-sounding sites that are actually distinct). He shares some of his observations.

The Waterloo battlefield is another I've been fortunate to visit. This was back in 2012, part of the same trip mentioned previously that took in other sites along the Franco-German-Low Countries border. Here I am doing my impression of Sous-Lieutenant Legros, only where he had an ax I had an iPhone. (Plus, I took this photo at the wrong gate!)


P.S. Here's what's coming up next on Wargames To Go: games, films, and books about the events of December, 1941 in the Pacific! That means Pearl Harbor, the Philippines, Wake Island, and Force Z. Check out my geeklist for notes.


Wargames To Go 5 - Waterloo notes Geeklist

Andrew Hobley's Bicentennial replay
Pete Belli's One-Minute Waterloo
Paul Comben's articles on The Boardgaming Way, and The Boardgaming Life

Napoleon: A Life, by Andrew Roberts
Waterloo: The True Story of Four Days, Three Armies and Three Battles, by Bernard Cornwell
Wikipedia (Battle of Waterloo)

Films & Docs
Napoleon (1955)
Sean Bean on Waterloo
The Duellists


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Mark Johnson's irregular podcast about small wargames
Episode: Vox Republica 099: The Spirit of Spirit Island ( 32.47 MB / 35:04)
Episode 099: The Spirit Of Spirit Island

Length: 35:03

Show Links: RSS | iTunes | Download Episode


Welcome back to Vox Republica, the Cardboard Republic Podcast!

We post new episodes every Thursday, with each episode being about 20 - 30 minutes long.

DESCRIPTION: Ryan and Erin touch base about the games they've busted out lately before bringing in R. Eric Reuss, designer of the reverse colonialism game Spirit Island. He walks us through the evolution of Spirit Island, from the initial concept through the version we see today.

GUEST: R. Eric Reuss



  • Not two weeks after the announcement that Fantasy Flight announced the acquisition of Legend of the Five Rings, word has come out that they will be discontinuing their own LCG, Call of Cthulhu.


  • We are guided by the creator of Spirit Island on the game's creation and development.
    • How he came up with the idea of a reverse colonialism co-op game
    • Which mechanics survived the early stages to the version we see now
    • The thematic origins of the game's spirits and colonists
    • The effect of the Greater Than Games team on streamlining the game
    • What sort of room is there room for Spirit Island expansions?



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 and BoardGameGeek.


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

Episode: WIPNcast 085 ( 20.13 MB / 21:40)
Episode: Ep 20 Top 5 Games ( 43.24 MB / 99:09)

This week we talk our top 5 games and Why we love them! 

we also talk what we have been playing Mansions of Madness!

we stream the podcast live 9pm EDT on twitch.tv/epicgamingnight

thanx for checking out the cast!!

Podcast: The Long View
Episode: The Long View - Quick Looks #7 ( 102.88 MB / 61:17)
For Quick Looks episode 7 from The Long View, Elhannan Lloyd Keller and I discuss and review two new titles. First up is La Granja from Stronghold Games. Is this the love child of Carl Chudyk, Stefan Feld or Uwe Rosenberg? What makes this multi-use card game with dice and farming different from any other? Listen and find out! Next, we discuss New York 1901 from Blue Orange Games. Is this game a thematic experience or a puzzle? Is it a gateway game or something more? What kind of depth and interaction is there in this game? Listen and find out! Thanks to my sponsor www.gaemsurplus.com for their continued support of The Long View, thanks to The Dice Tower Network, and thanks, of course to YOU for listening!
Episode: Playtime n°21 – Les acteurs ludiques : La boite de jeu ( 101.86 MB / 0:00)

Dans ce nouvel épisode de Playtime au format « Les acteurs ludiques« , nous avons reçu Benoit, un des membres de la maison d’édition La boite de jeu. La boite de jeu, c’est une création fin 2013 et un premier jeu, Invazions (jeu asymétrique avec un thème zombie qui sort de l’ordinaire) en avril 2014. Fin mai […]

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Episode: 139: Community Cup Mini-sode ( 22.39 MB / 19:34)
Podcast: Legal Moves
Episode: Episode 14 - The business of indie games with Nicholas Laborde ( 20.5 MB / 44:46)
In this episode, I'm joined by Nicholas Laborde, the founder of Raconteur Games, to discuss what it takes to master the business side of starting an indie games studio. This is an awesome discussion that I had a lot of fun with, so I hope you enjoy it!
Podcast: Cult of the New
Episode: Cult of the New Board Game Podcast Episode 002 – Legendary! ( 84.53 MB / 92:18)
We get Legendary as we have our first ever Game vs Game segment.
Podcast: Días de Juego
Episode: DdJ 077. Jugando Juntos. Jcda2 (Barony, Discoveries, Imperios del Mediterráneo y Argent: The Consortium) ( 101.69 MB / 0:00)
Hola a todos. Essen is coming. Época de expectación. Pero nosotros seguimos a lo nuestro. Nuevo programa!! Pincha aquí para descargar el programa. CONTENIDO DEL PROGRAMA Programa 77, 23 de Septiembre de 2015 [00:00:15] Presentación y sumario. [00:02:44] Hablamos con Jugando Juntos, una ONG que ayuda a colectivos desfavorecidos a través de los juegos de mesa. […]
Episode: The Game Crafter in Europe - Episode 37 ( 13.93 MB / 30:13)

For episode 37, Jeff & JT explore what it would take for The Game Crafter to exist in Europe; including some short, medium, and long term goals that could help move things in the right direction. Jeff & JT also talk about many of the challenges that go along with the idea of The Game Crafter having a European division.



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

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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: EP40:Viewty & the Beast(feat. 《动物大战》设计师-驯鹿) ( 55.13 MB / 60:10)
EP40:Viewty & the Beast(feat. 《动物大战》设计师-驯鹿)
BGM list:
OP:SPACE - Just Blue
ED:Savage Garden - The Animal Song
Episode: Downtime, September 2015: Gamer Alignment System ( 27.42 MB / 29:58)

Hosts: Icecream, Brian, Eoin

This week we discuss a Gamer Alignment System that host Ice-cream devised some years back.

Show Notes:

Episode: W3.E04 :: Who, What, Why and Eduardo Baraf ( 9.67 MB / 10:34)

Who, What, Why presents our fourth episode of Designing Games with Game Designers featuring Eduardo Baraf, designer of GemPacked Cards, Lift Off, and Murder of Crows. In this episode we forego the Channel A premise cards for our inspiration and instead use the themes and mechanics found on the cards in Unpub the card game from Doug Levandowski and J.R. Honeycut. Ed's three themes and mechanics were Victorian, Kaiju, food, press your luck, pvp, and traitors.

GemPacked Cards is still on Kickstarter for another 90 minutes if you catch this right as it posts.

In an effort to bring more content to our listeners, we have subtracted the game design segment from the end of our episodes and are releasing these segments on their own. We record a lot of interviews, so we will have a lot of these game design exercises. The purpose of the segment is to brainstorm about a game design with a published or soon-to-be published designer.

The rules of this segment have changed considering the switch to the Unpub card game. At this time, we provide some themes and mechanics and have to come up with a semi-plausible game.

Alex and I participate in the discussion, so it is a collaborative venture. I hope you enjoy this segment and future segments of this kind.

Podcast: Spiele-Podcast
Episode: Da Luigi (Kosmos): Spiele-Podcast Nr. 262 ( 12.46 MB / 13:37)
Da Luigi (Kosmos): Spiele-Podcast Nr. 262 - Schönes Spiel rund um eilige Gäste im Restaurant. Die Rezension und Beispielrunde auch als Video: YouTube.
Episode: GrogCast Season 2, Episode 3 ( 28.02 MB / 40:49)
22 September 2015 ~ Joel (Airborne Rifles) and Jim O (Cyrano) talk some current events wargaming with us, as we discuss the current events in the Baltics, and real-world current-events wargaming around the Russians, as well as American doctrine and NATO resolve. (this episode was republished to correct a technical glitch)    Discuss this episode below, or pop
Episode: Episode 17 – The Blanket Fort ( 53.31 MB / 66:31)
Adam and Steven set up shop in a temporary HQ to speak with Seth about life, holding hands and a plague of moths. One game has the cast encouraged to fix what is broken, and another has them steeped in a deep discussion about nefarious characters, intrigue and corruption. The crew also talks about being the newest members of The ...
Episode: Episode 161: Tabletop News with Kenna and Richard ( 0 MB / 111:53)

We have been RPGing up a storm! D&D! Pathfinder! Phoenix! We never stop! Except for when we get our hands on some fun new board games Some BIG tabletop news to cover this week. Along with some kickstarters we are in <3 with! Don’t forget to hit that Pickstarter poll! We want to see what your favorites are! Fortnight in Nerddom, Two SennNights in Sorcery Giant Jenga Dungeons & Dragons: Eberron Star Trek: Five-Year Mission Phoenix: Dawn Command Dungeons and Dragons: Foundlings Curse finale Pathfinder’s Hell’s Rebels to 5e conversion Tabletop News: Rat Queens RPG Levi Mote and Sarah Sharp

Episode 161: Tabletop News with Kenna and Richard
GoingLast Tabletop Gaming Podcast

Episode: The One About Taking Care of Business ( 62.29 MB / 136:05)
In this episode of The State of Games, Dice, Darrell and TC come at you live and in person from Greater Than Games headquarters in lovely St. Louis, Missouri to talk about work and playtesting at HQ, game design submission etiquette and procedure both from a designer and publisher perspective, and all the ins and outs of Unpub 6. All this, plus vasectomies (ouch!), Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective, Club Zen, Spirit Island, Xenon Profiteer, yetis, GrandCon, greatest mountains, Richard Launius, what to expect in 2016, Monster Truck Mayhem, the TC Petty Experience, BGGCon and so much more! It's a monster-sized podcast you don't want to miss!
Podcast: Terminal7
Episode: Terminal7 37: Hold On to Your Butts ( 70.96 MB / 60:10)
Nels and Jesse arrive at The Universe of Tomorrow. What splendour! What majesty! Even entrepreneur, investor and magnate Laramy Fisk has been seen at the expo. All of the Big Four has setup their own pavilions and plazas, but whose is the most impressive? Perhaps it's not even any of the technological marvels on display at the expo itself, but rather the recent announcement of H-B sponsoring the SanSan Outlaws? Only time will tell, but there is no question that The Universe of Tomorrow is a herald for things to come.
Episode: Episode 12: Noir Black Box Edition Review - Hanabi, The Resistance, Cosmic Encounter and more! ( 182.12 MB / 132:17)

Brawling Brothers Boardgaming Podcast - Episode 12 - Light Games Sunday: Noir Black Box Review

Recorded from War Room Studios in Albuquerque, NM :  9-22-15

Our lack of food stories is truly disturbing, but we spice things up with some epic impersonations.  We give a nod to our friends over at Print & Play Games  and discuss our lan party featuring many sweaty dudes stuffed into a small space.  Strangely our "What Did We Play" section is filled with light games ranging from Hanabi to Cosmic Encounter and we briefly discuss each of them.  Our Noir Black Box Review is sure to tickle the AD of listeners who like "puzzly games" (we just made that up). A very special message from the President of the United States (cough) with a ringing endorsement of Campaign Trail. And we wrap up the show with a feature segment that focuses on Experiences OUTSIDE of a game that impacts your long standing opinion on a game.

Episode Highlights include:

Nixon visits War Room Studio B - Dwarfy had an accident and we remembered to tell you about it - Print & Play Games - Dings A PLENTY! - Discussion on Light Game Sunday - Review of Noir: Black Box Edition - A polite request for iTunes Reviews - An epic promo for the sponsor of this episode, Campaign Trail - Events outside the game that effect our longstanding opinion of that game

Episode Timeline:

00:00:40 – Intro and Banter

00:17:00 - A Shout out to Print and Play Games

00:20:30 - What Did We Play?

00:22:30 - What Did We Play? Hanabi

00:24:36 - What Did We Play? The Resistance

00:33:27 - What Did We Play? Incan Gold

00:37:00 - What Did We Play? Escape: The Curse of the Temple

00:39:45 - What Did We Play? Cosmic Encounter

00:49:30 - Noir: Deductive Mystery Game Review

01:22:38 - Interact with us!

01:25:28 - Ringing Endorsement: Campaign Trail

01:29:29 - Brawlin' and Boardgaming: Feature Segment - Elements Outside The Game That Shape Your Opinion



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Episode: Crippled System Episode 129: Something broke midstream ( 52.2 MB / 76:01)

Audio may not be the best, there was a crash midway on the podcast so audio was ripped from the live stream. Intro Dr Who? 6 Pack – regionals? Connected Events Pron on Consoles? Mad Max – Braveheart Zappity Grumble Some recommendations Hosts: Andy W, Brian G, Brian K, Nathan H our youtube channel: http://www.youtube.com/crippledsystem […]

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Episode: Kicking the Table #55 ( 38.66 MB / 84:27)
Kevin Devine and Jeremy Fridy
Podcast: The Dice Tower
Episode: TDT # 424 - Best Games for Seven Players ( 76.67 MB / 83:45)

In this episode, we talk about Ashes, New Salem, Lord of the Rings w/Sauron, a pile of Star Wars games, and Pandemic Legacy!  We also answer questions about cooking, demoers, working with publishers, and more.  We end the episode with our top ten games for seven players!

Episode: The Die is Podcast, Episode 70a: Evolve and Monikers ( 22.02 MB / 48:06)

In this episode, we are separate but still getting our "game" on. Will is on the look out for something good to fill the time, and Bladestorm isn't it. Apparently, neither is Neverwinter Nights 2. He plays Evolve by himself, and it just isn't right. Meanwhile, on the opposite side of the planet, Chris tries Cockroach Poker and One Night Werewolf with the wrong groups of people, gets beaten down by Freedom, and finally plays a game that works for his game of the week.


Introduction - 0:00:00

Kakerlaken Poker - 0:01:29

More One Night Ultimate Werewolf - 0:03:34

Freedom: The Underground Railroad - 0:05:50

Chris' Game of the Week: Monikers - 0:08:31

Totally unscientific Microcosmum - 0:23:12

Bladestorm of regrets - 0:25:33

Neverwinter Nights, Too! - 0:28:29

Will's Game of the Week: Evolve - 0:31:24

Closing and Contact Info - 0:47:18

Episode: RDTN Episode 76 – Cold As Ice: Eric Lang, The Others 7 Sins, L5R, World of Smog, Rum & Bones and TBT Contest ( 101.22 MB / 110:29)
Eric Lang is on the show people. Marty and I had a great time interviewing Eric about his new game The Others: 7 Sins. It is a Cool Mini or Not release and is blowing up Kickstarter like all CMON games seem to do. Eric takes you through the birth of the game, explains the … Continue reading →    Related Stories 
Podcast: Gaming Rules!
Episode: Gaming Rules! – Podcast 18 ( 17.52 MB / 19:04)
All the usual chit chat, and an interview with Isaac Childres, designer of Forge War and Gloomhaven.
Episode: #14 C&G - Missed Rules ( 48.6 MB / 21:14)
Have you ever played a game only to discover you somehow completely missed a rule? Ben and Russell talk about some of the most common missed rules.
Podcast: The SnakesCast
Episode: Teaching games ( 13.18 MB / 14:23)
Most people don't need to be told how difficult it can be to teach people how to play a board game. There's so much to cover, and if you go about it the wrong way, even the most well-designed, most "fun" game can become a deeply unpleasant experience. This week Jonathan's on his own, sharing tips on how to teach.
Podcast: Meeple Nation
Episode: MN 0075 Party On, Gamers ( 33.79 MB / 42:11)
Party Games

This week we talk Party Games. First we speculate on what defines a party game. Honestly, who knows? Should it play more than 6? Should it involve teams? Should it be 'light'? Then we talk about our favorite party games, why they count, and why we find them outstanding. We talk Codenames, Spyfall, Times Up!, Ca$h 'n Guns, Wits & Wagers, Liar's Dice, Game of Things, and Two Rooms and a Boom!

Brent reports on his visit to Saint George Board Game Convention. http://stgcon.org We also mention the International Gamers Awards, which you can find at http://internationalgamersaward.net
Episode: Deadzone The Podcast 41.0 - Chopper’s On A Warpath! ( 50.71 MB / 73:51)
Welcome to episode 41 of Deadzone the Podcast. Jack and Rob look at Infestation news, the Warpath Kickstarter and Interview Community Pat! . ~News Warpath KS 21st September-11th October https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1744629938/warpath-the-sci-fi-battle-game
Episode: Episode Nineteen ( 91.42 MB / 0:00)
Podcast: On Board Games
Episode: OBG 167: Open World in a Box ( 118.5 MB / 129:26)

In this episode Erik and Don are joined by Geof Gamble from the Long View podcast to talk about sandbox and open world gaming.

Indie Cardboard gives us some new game news.     In the Review-a-palooza, Don and Erik take a look at:
  • Catan Traveler
  • Flip City
  • Trambahn
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Episode: D6G Ep 173: Rap'n with Ross & Forbidden Stars Detailed Review ( 101.86 MB / 221:46)
Ross Watson, the master of grim dark and RPG's is back in the 3rd chair!  Up first Craig and Russ 'rap with Ross' to find out what he's been up to since last he was on the show. Lot's of exciting projects for RPG fans. Later we leverage Ross's massive Warhammer 40,000 experience and give a detailed review of Fantasy Flight Game's Forbidden Stars. The conquest game set in Games Workshop's WH40K universe! 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:  1 hr 7 min Rap'n with Ross: 1 hr 11 min  Total Fan Girl: 1 hr 50 min Hollywood Minute: 1 hr 57 min Forbidden Stars Review:  2 hr 6 min     Links Discussed in the show: Craig's Blog: www.McNerdigansPub.com Russ's Blog: http://www.RussRant.com Total Fan Girl Blog: Link Dice Tower Network: Link    
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Episode: Cards And Chit Ep 56 - Harbour ( 37.01 MB / 16:10)
Who will be the Harbour master!? Spoilers: It's not John. Join us this week as we take a look at Harbour from TMG. Patreon.com/CardsAndChit Facebook.com/CardsAndChit Twitter.com/CardsAndChit Instagram.com/CardsAndChit
Episode: PSP #242: The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 / Overruled! / Ranpo Kitan: Game of Laplace / Season Finales... ( 0 MB / 0:00)

In today's episode, a very energy-less Marc talks about games other than Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (though, they still talk about MGSV, too)--including The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 and Overruled!, which are both disappointing, sadly, in their own ways. After that, they hit (non-violently) a handful of Summer anime as many series are wrapping up just in time for a billion new series to start because there's no time for breaks in the world of anime. Anyway, today's show should be a good one to fall asleep to, so, goodnight and hopefully y'all have many wonderful dreams about fultoning anything and everything because who doesn't want to fulton anything and everything? If you disagree, well, you'll just have to be fultoned away from this conversation...

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