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Episode: Ep78-The Grand Design ( 125.39 MB / 136:58)

The CBJP crew puts their heads together to come up with their list of 50 Favorite Designers...Easy, right?

Podcast: Game Wisdom
Episode: Creating the Action of Asura ( 65.83 MB / 71:54)

Creating the Action of Asura Josh Bycer josh@game-wisdom.com

This week on the cast, we sat down with Zain of Ogrehead Studio to talk about developing their first major steam game Asura. We started by talking about how the studio was formed and the current state of the Indian game scene. From there, we discussed the development of Asura. Asura’s big design point was […]

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Episode: Episode 69.1: The Lost Family Segment (ft. Erin and Tyler) ( 24.48 MB / 22:00)

Hey, guys. I screwed up. This mini episode is the family clip the got left out of the real episode 69. The episode has been fixed now, but I wanted to put up just the family episode so you don't have to go back and listen to the entire main episode again. Please enjoy as we definitely enjoy recording together!

Episode: D6G Ep 211: Guerrilla Miniature Games & Miniature Agnostic Games ( 149.45 MB / 160:50)
Ash Barker, of the Guerrilla Miniature Games YouTube Channel, joins us in the third chair!   Up first, we get to know Ash.  How did he get into gaming and what was it like starting up and building a YouTube channel dedicated to streaming a wide variety of miniature game battle reports.   Later, Craig, Ash and Russ discuss "Miniature Agnostic Games."  What is their appeal and why are they so under rated?   All that plus:    - Total Fan Girl - Do You Ever Notice - App of the Ep (Ticket To Earth) -  & 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.geeknationtours.com      ==Quick Reference== App of the Ep: 43 min - Ticket to Earth Guerrilla Miniature Games: 47 min Total Fan Girl: 1 hr 37 min Miniature Agnostic Games:  1 hr 41 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    
Podcast: Table for One
Episode: Table for One Episode 31 - Interview with Christopher Badell: Sentinels of the Multiverse, Fate of the Elder Gods, and more from GTG ( 34.83 MB / 38:03)

This week, we have Christopher Badell on the show to discuss all things Greater than Games, starting with Jason's favorite, Sentinels of the Multiverse. We'll talk about the state of the game, how it came to be, the future of the IP (and the game system), and a few recent releases around them. 

We also dive into some of the other games coming soon from Greater Than Games, including Fate of the Elder Gods and Spirit Island, as well as the state of Sentinel Tactics and recent favorites like New Bedford. 

Podcast: Dragon's Demize
Podcast: Dragons Demize
Episode: Podcast 59 – Mars Needs Mechanics ( 42.03 MB / 0:00)

Welcome back to another exciting installment of Dragon’s Demize. This week, we review Mars Needs Mechanics, a commodity trading game with steampunk flair! In, Mars Needs Mechanics players trade Components for Cogs and vice versa in order to gain the biggest stack of Cogs. Prices fluctuate according to demand, so buying low and selling high […]

The post Podcast 59 – Mars Needs Mechanics appeared first on Dragons Demize.

Episode: #429: Planes ( 32.79 MB / 46:13)
This podcasts talks about all the different worlds we've visited over the years in various expansions.
Episode: #428: 2015 ( 36.98 MB / 53:07)
This is another in my series "20 Years, 20 Podcasts" where I talk in detail about all the stuff that happened in a particular year.
Episode: G2B Ep. 252: MGC HAUL 2017 and the ALTERNAGAMES ( 72.76 MB / 0:00)

Join the Gutter Geeks as they talk about all the games and video game systems the picked up at the Midwest Gaming Classic. Not enough for ya? The guys talk about alternatives to popular game titles.

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Episode: The Captain Is Dead Review ( 102.88 MB / 0:00)
The Captain Is Dead Review
Episode: Hvordan får du din kone til at spille brætspil? ( 44.33 MB / 27:41)
I dag snakker vi om koner, kærester og brætspil. Hvornår er et brætspil særligt egnet for din bedre halvdel? Hvordan introducerer du din viv til pappets glæder? Vi snakker om brætspil, hvad man spiller med sin partner, og hvordan man brætspil til en, som måske ikke har samme dedikation til spil, som man selv har. Spil vi fik nævnt Suburbia Star Realms Onward to Venus Terraforming Mars Power Grid Last Night on Earth
Podcast: Proxi-Jeux
Episode: [Termes’O’Fromages] D comme Deckbuilding ( 58.1 MB / 63:28)
Dans cette chronique, Perekastor et Flavien discutent autour du micro des termes qu’on retrouve dans l’univers du jeu de société. Le jargon du jeu de société vous paraît obscur ? Le duo tente d’éclaircir une notion dans chaque épisode. Ce mois-ci, ils parlent de jeux en D : le Deck...
Episode: Meeples & Miniatures - Episode 205 - The EPIC Show ( 121.08 MB / 132:16)

Welcome to Episode 205 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast

Mike Hobbs takes the reins of the podcast to present a show about one of his all-time favourite games - Space Marine/Epic from Games Workshop.

We are joined by guests Peter Ramos, Teras Cassidy and Ken Whitehurst, not only to look back at all aspects of the game from Adeptus Titanicus through to Epic: Armageddon, but also to discuss what the gaming community can accomplish when their favourite game stops being supported by its publisher.

We hope you enjoy the show.

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Podcast: The SnakesCast
Episode: Imhotep, Part 3 - Board layouts, player counts, and who will or won't like this game? ( 12.3 MB / 13:26)
The SnakesCast heads back in time to Ancient Egypt this week as we look at the Spiel des Jahres 2016 runner-up game, Imhotep. Today, Friday April 21st, we talk about which combination of board sides we like to use both to play and to teach the game, how things differ based upon player count, and also who will like this game and who might decide it is not for them.
Episode: EP 267 Live at Protospiel with Peter Vaughan from Breaking Games ( 8.41 MB / 18:22)
Peter Vaughan the Director of Development at Breaking Games. They sponsored Protospiel San Jose and were showing their prototype Rising Tribes, going live on Kickstarter in June. Do you want to design or do you want to publish? It is very hard to do both and as a Kickstarter creator, you really need to determine what you want to do and what you are good at.
Episode: HEX Adventures #03 Part 1: What Lies Within ( 43.68 MB / 63:37)
Our adventurers have seen better times. Two of them with spears in their legs and two more off sneaking around Nazi soldiers. Will Anna and the escaped characters venture back inside the ruins to help Hamish? What is within this ruins and what has drawn the Nazis? Music and Sound by Syrinscape. store.syrinscape.com/what-is-syrinscape/?att The app that putting sound into the hands of the gamers.
Episode: Boardcast News 4.20.2017 | Podcast of Nonsensical Gamers ( 42.65 MB / 46:35)
Enjoy another slightly off-the-rails foray into board gaming news and featured Kickstarter projects.
Episode: EPISODE427 - Star Fleet Universe On Call ( 49.28 MB / 71:30)
Discuss Starmada: Unity and how I came to a decision when it comes to updating the Warlord Engine
Podcast: CanHammer
Episode: CanHammer 102 - 40k, CHTT 2017 ( 140.03 MB / 152:42)
In this episode of CanHammer, Chris is joined by Logan, Darren and Kevin from the Basement Collective.  We discuss news and rumours and go over CHTT 2017.  After that we answer your questions and give away a white dwarf from Sequence Comics in Brockville!
Listen and as usual:


Email: canhammer.podcast@gmail.com
Twitter: @CanHammerChris   @CanHammerYT @CanHammerLogan
Itunes: CanHammer YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/canhammer
Episode: Episode 45 – Invaders from Afar ( 51.29 MB / 64:00)
Star Wars, Invaders from Afar, Dungeons and Dragons, Garage Sales and more on Episode 45! And that’s not even half of what was on the show notes. Sit back, grab your most agreeable meeple and enjoy the soothing tones of your favorite board game enthusiasts. Games Discussed: Star Wars: Armada, Scythe: Invaders from Afar, Dungeons and Dragons Shout Outs: Tax ...
Episode: Episode 20 (Part 2) – Nephilim with Mira, Willem & Rob ( 67.66 MB / 0:00)
Here's the second part of our EPIC multipart episode dedicated to Nephilim, the 90s cult French contemporary occult tabletop RPG, with our guests/players Mira Manga, Willem and Robert. Tweet to @rolistespod using the hashtag #EsterenUKGEconcert and tell me about your best RPG + music combination to participate to our little contest and win one of two tickets … Continue reading Episode 20 (Part 2) – Nephilim with Mira, Willem & Rob
Episode: Episode 056 - The Networks ( 86.67 MB / 94:41)

For our first official tri-weekly podcast we are looking at the game The Networks. First we talk about our trip to Snakes and Lattes to meet some of the Gathering of Friends people, and the games we played.

Harry Potter Deck Builder


No Siesta




Arcane Academy


We then go into our main game of the episode The Networks. We all agree the theme is fantastic in this game, but what about the actual game play? Is Graeme really saying he wants more randomness? And B saying it is too short? What is happening to the group?

Episode: Episode 69: Mistakes Were Made (ft. Patrick Hillier & Aaron Cassidy) ( 110.29 MB / 98:32)

It's here. The most hilarious podcast episode by number. That's right, it's episode 69, and mistakes have been made. In this episode, the SIXTY-NINTH EVER episode, Craig is joined by the over the hillier gamer, Patrick Hillier and The Host of the Boards Alive Podcast, Aaron Cassidy. As you would expect from those two guests on this, the funniest of episodes, things go off the rails. You can HEAR how red Craig gets. In the family segment, Craig, Erin, and Tyler dive into Ticket to Ride: Rails and Sails. Next episode, we're back to our usual, non-euphemism content, but for now, enjoy the silliness!

Show Times: 

Intro: 0:12

Family Played: 5:31

Third Segment: 25:51

Wrap-Up: 1:35:38

Episode: PSP #363: Claymore Anime Review ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Today's episode is all the anime, Claymore, based off of a manga (that was still ongoing at the time), which originally came out during the spring 2007 season. Claymore tells the story of a young claymore, a special, manufactured being capable of defeating youma [demons] with relative ease, by the name of Clare who is on a quest for vengeance ever since she chose to become a claymore; there are many battles and deaths along the way, all leading to a final battle that may or may not end the way you'd expect. Anyway, if you want to hear more about Claymore (and what Marc thinks about it), give this here review a listen. Cheers and enjoy the show. | Support us on Patreon: patreon.com/PXS | Buy some art: pxsart.com

  • Claymore [MAL]
  • And more...


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: The Reserve Pool Podcast - Retro Edition! ( 70.46 MB / 0:00)
This week the crew is on break with vacations and family business, so we went into the way-back machine and found this oldie but goodie. Join JT, Randy and guest Jay as they all hop in the TRP Van and cruise down to Detroit for a WKO. On the way there they talk teams expectations and all things Dice Masters. We hope you enjoy this fun trip down memory lane!

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Podcast: Meeple Maniacs
Episode: Meeple Maniacs #075 - Top Devir ( 47.75 MB / 83:25)
Transmitido ao vivo em 18 de abr de 2017
Jack Explicador, Lukita e os padrinhos e madrinhas do Meeple Maniacs, via comentários, mostrarão quais seus jogos favoritos lançados no Brasil pela DEVIR. Os maníacos ainda comentarão o que jogaram nos últimos dias, além das notícias mais recentes no Brasil e no Mundo e as campanhas de financiamento coletivo em destaque.
Este episódio é um oferecimento dos padrinhos e madrinhas do Meeple Maniacs. Seja um colaborador: https://www.padrim.com.br/meeplemaniacs


Tiranos de Underdark http://ludopedia.com.br/jogo/tyrants-of-the-underdark

Trajan http://ludopedia.com.br/jogo/trajan


Quantum http://ludopedia.com.br/jogo/quantum
Keyflower http://ludopedia.com.br/jogo/keyflower

Oferecimento de nossos padrinhos e madrinhas

Bravo Jogos http://www.bravojogos.com.br/
Tio Gêra Geek https://tiogera.lojaintegrada.com.br/
Bodogami http://www.bodogami.com.br/
Nerd Offline www.nerdoffline.com.br
TudeNerd www.tudenerd.com.br
Caixinha Boardgames https://www.caixinhaboardgames.com.br/
Caverna Jogos https://www.cavernajogos.com.br/


CCXP com Jack

Ticket to Ride Germany https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/225244/ticket-ride-germany

Expansão que torna Runeboud cooperativo e solo

Novidades Galápagos: O Poderoso Chefão, Cry Havoc, Mansions of Madness virá com duas expansões

Segunda edição de Alien vs Predador http://ninjadivision.com/alien-vs-predator-the-hunt-begins/alien-vs-predator-the-hunt-begins-2nd-edition/

Planet of the Apes pela IDW https://icv2.com/articles/news/view/37249/film-classic-planet-apes-comes-tabletop


Nacionais: Anime Saga começa nesta quinta-feira http://www.arcanogames.com.br/anime-saga




1 Agrícola
2 Twilight Struggle
3 Guerra do Anel
4 Marco Polo
5 Carcassonne


1 Pandemic
2 Marco Polo
3 Carcassonne
4 Agrícola
5 Stone Age


38º Além do Muro https://www.facebook.com/events/1302107219836853/
Ajude o Além do Muro https://www.padrim.com.br/alemdomuro
Podcast: Heavy Cardboard
Episode: Heavy Cardboard Episode 71 - 2016 Golden Elephant Award Finalists ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Edward and Amanda sit down and discuss the finalists and honorable mentions for the 2016 Golden Elephant.

  • 15:16:  2016 Golden Elephant Award Finalists
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Support the show! Patreon.com/HeavyCardboard

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Be sure to join the discussion over at the guild to discuss the episode with us & your fellow Elephants!
Episode: Episode 76 - Inspiration ( 20.78 MB / 22:05)
Podcast: Gradanie
Episode: Chariot Race, Donkey Derby – Gradanie #180 ( 28.31 MB / 0:00)
Dzisiaj wyszło całkiem tematycznie, bo na warsztat bierzemy dwie gry wyścigowe. Jedna od uznanego autora, druga z dość długim życiorysem. Jak sprawdzają się w rozgrywce? Zapraszamy do słuchania. Przy okazji czemu by nie polubić naszej stronki na Facebooku i nie zasubskrybować naszego kanału na Youtubie? Zachęcamy ???? Prezentacja: Recenzja: Jeżeli nie wiesz dlaczego gry otrzymują […]
Episode: On the road to the SCGT – Bad Dice Ep 153 ( 5 MB / 0:00)

Ben, Mark and Steve get together for another episode of Bad Dice and we are joined by a few different guests from around the community. Gamers, Hobbyists, veterans and newbies all going to the South Coast GT. Adi Mac talks

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Episode: Vox Republica 140: On The Case! ( 63.86 MB / 69:10)
Episode 140: On The Case!

Length: 1:09:09

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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: It's been a busy and chaotic month or so, between new digs, new gigs, local conventions, and localized pathogens. But we're making up for that now! This episode Erin and Ryan discuss the Granite Game Summit and review Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures!




  • April 2017 saw the first multi-day attempt of the Granite Game Summit in Nashua, NH, and we were front and center for attending! Yes, after a couple one-day events in 2016, the troupe at G2S decided to try their hand at a 3-day con. We recap our thoughts and experiences from the inaugural event.

REVIEW - (30:22):

  • The original Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective first burst onto the gaming scene in 1981 and has circulated in some form ever since. Yet an updated reprint in the last couple years gave rise to renewed interest in the classic game by a whole new generation of gamers. This recent standalone expansion (Jack the Ripper & West End Adventures) is a continuation of that trend. It contains six updated cases from the original West End Adventures expansion, as well as four brand new cases in the form of the Jack the Ripper series, which unlike any past cases, are all tied together and have a cap on how many actions you can take.
  • In this narrative-driven game of mystery solving, each playthrough consists of a single case upon which players must collectively solve. To do this, everyone takes turns moving about Victorian London gathering story clues, interviewing witnesses, and inspecting crime scenes, all in the hopes of figuring out the whodunnit before Sherlock does (at least in theory). Prepare to be taken all over London as you chase leads and deal with dead ends, each of which is represented by storybook elements read aloud that correspond to the people and places you decide to visit. The combined effect is a co-op based literary puzzle that will appeal to those who love solving mysteries or those who appreciate a well-executed thematic setting (though not necessarily both groups at the same time). With an abundance of flavor and plenty to explore, Consulting Detective provides ten story-centric sleuthing experiences definitely worth checking out, even if playthroughs can take longer than advertised, can ony be played once, and can be a little clunky on exposition in some instances. Well, so long as you just give up on trying to best Sherlock and enjoy the world it presents to you at your own pace.

(Note: if you don't see pictures below, you can view them via the RSS feed or clicking this link.)

Everything you need to run a Consulting Detective scenario Running around London looking for clues! Thanks to the handy directory, we found Emmet Ogden lives at 83 EC (East Central district) Scouring East London to catch Jack the Ripper 10 Scenarios equals a many, many hours of worthwhile gaming


PLUGS - (1:08:24):

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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: #165 Listener Mail April 2017 ( 15.86 MB / 33:50)
Dirk, Harrison, and Kathryn dive into the mailbag once again to answer your game design questions. Is it really that difficult to get published in North America from other markets? What’s life on the digital side like when it comes to publishing? And what can you do when you (inevitably) get stuck?.---------------------Dirk Knemeyer - @DKnemeyer, www.artana.com, dirk@artana.com Harrison Pink - @gilespink, harrisonpink@gmail.com, harrisonpink.com Kathryn Hymes - @chicalashaw, thornygames.com.---------------------0:00:24 - The difference between design and development and getting stuck 0:06:05 - Publishing from non-American or European markets 0:10:04 - Linear narratives 0:16:03 - Game design and budget 0:21:53 - Self-publishing and digital games 0:26:02 - Players vs. The Game
Podcast: For Geek's Sake
Episode: Glow Stick Hand ( 0 MB / 99:26)
Forest and Sarah return, and it’s Iron Fist’s turn in the critical spotlight. We try to make sense of what that was- for better or worse- and do the best that can be done… But that’s not all! We’re also dishing on the latest with Brolin and Law, knocking Nintendo’s nostalgia, and trying to keep it together as we review the avalanche of Star Wars news… all that, plus Elon’s Captain Planet casting and Leo’s evil sorcery… thanks for listening, and SUBSCRIBE!
Podcast: Strange Assembly
Episode: Strange Assembly 208 - Reformation ( 17.49 MB / 38:12)
We review Sola Fide, Star Wars Destiny, and Miskatonic School for Boys.
Episode: GeekNights 20170419 - Your Name ( 0 MB / 0:00)

Tonight on GeekNights, we review the fantastic, must-see Your Name (君の名は。), Makoto Shinkai's greatest work to date and one of the biggest anime movies ever made. In the news, Kemono Friends is shockingly popular, selling out its popup store, and Toho is having a fantastic year in no small part due to Your Name.

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Episode: Ep 102 Planning & Strategy ( 117.78 MB / 85:46)

This week Roy, Matt, & Rob take a look at Planning & Strategy in board games!



  • International Tabletop Day! (April 29th)
  • Crystal clans from plaid hat games
  • Brass Kickstarter
  • Path to Carcosa for Arkham Horror LCG
  • We will be at Cmon Expo!! Play games with us!

What we have been playing?

  • (Roy) Heroclix Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,
  • (Rob) Heroclix Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2,
  • (Matt) Nothing board game related

Topic: Planning & Strategy

  • What game do you love that lets you plan and be strategic?
    • (Roy) Twilight Imperium 3
    • (Rob) Game of Thrones
    • (Matt) Spector Ops, T.I.M.E Stories
  • Other games mentioned during the show:
    • Blood Rage
    • Rising Sun
    • Secret Hitler
    • Twilight Imperium 3
    • Game of Thrones
    • Dominion
    • Marvel Legendary
    • Race for the Galaxy
    • Lords of Waterdeep
    • Dead of Winter
    • One Night Ultimate Werewolf
    • Evolution: The Card Game
    • Spector Ops

Thanks to our awesome Patrons!

  • Patron of the week!
    • Chris Sasaki

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Podcast: Arcade Castle
Episode: Arcade Castle: Episode 06 - The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt ( 87.97 MB / 46:37)


In Episode 06 (or Episode 01, Volume 02 if we are going by comic book rules), Arcade Castle tackle the high risk, high reward world of high finance and stock speculation in The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt. Buying stock in Mcdonald's, WoW, and more, Arcade Castle struggles to avoid bankruptcy and boredom in this financial tool...game...for the Odyssey II from 1982!


In The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt, each player, or team of players start with $100,000 dollars and attempt, over the course of five years, to go big, go home, or go broke. Throughout the Level 1 version of the game, players buy and sell stock, and  try to understand the cause and effect between stocks and world events that occur periodically throughout gameplay. Will Arcade Castle see $_$ ? or -_-?


In this first episode of Season 2 of the Arcade Castle Podcast, CasualJohn and Patrick examine another entry in the Master Strategy Series that were released in the early 1980s on the Magnavox Odyssey II. After The Quest For the Rings proving a surprise hit for Arcade Castle, will this entry in the series prove as enjoyable? Or will Arcade Castle's stock in this series tank with The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt?


Episode Outline:


00:00-17:00: Arcade Castle discusses the video games they are currently playing, discuss their favorite finance-based video games on a variety of consoles, and give an overview of The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt and the Master Strategy Series.


17:00-27:00:  Arcade Castle discusses the components of The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt and include a new segment: Insert Coin to Play, with recorded audio of their gameplay of The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt.


27:00-47:00: Arcade Castle discusses the base gameplay of The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt in length, who they think the audience was for this game, some of the technical issues they have with the game, their recommendations, and final thoughts on the second game in the Master Strategy Series that has been placed before Arcade Castle.


Check out our website for news, reviews, the podcast, and more! You can also find us on Facebook, and BoardGameGeek!



Episode: Repeat Offenders - Bryan Wade- We Are Definitely Wizards ( 51.11 MB / 74:26)

Hello fellow wizards and magic users. 

Rejoice, as we are one again joined again by Magic player and all round Planeswalker Bryan Wade.

It was an absolute pleasure having him on the show again. 

Remember We are many things, but WE ARE WIZARDS 

Links of Note

http://www.cranialinsertion.com/ooo Cranial Insertion Magic Stuff


https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/asmadigames/one-deck-dungeon One Deck Dungeon


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Episode: Episode 176: Crusader Kingdom Hearts ( 129.69 MB / 141:38)

It has been quite some time since site editor-in-boss-chief Ben joined us on the podcast so we correct that this week so he can tell us about the latest expansion to Crusader Kings 2, Monks & Mystics. Meanwhile, Mike manages to start playing something close to 30 (there must be at least 30 by now, right?) Kingdom Hearts games at once, Paul becomes obssessed with a card game he can’t win and Kieran learns that all you ever need is to be nice and friendly in Parappa The Rapper HD.

Podcast: Ding & Dent
Episode: Episode 41 - Old Games vs New Games ( 87.01 MB / 71:20)
Raf and Charlie talk recent plays before discussing "cult of the new" and the merit of classics. Cthulhu Wars Map Expansions - 1:20 Chicago Meetup - 17:50 Shadow War: Armageddon - 26:20 Strike - 37:00 Old vs. New Game Discussion - 44:20
Podcast: Días de Juego
Episode: Jcda2 012. Profundas reflexiones ( 128.35 MB / 0:00)
Si os gusta Jugando con da2, apoyadnos en Patreon. http://patreon.com/diasdejuego Pincha aquí para descargar el programa. CONTENIDO DEL PROGRAMA Programa 012, 19 de Abril de 2017 Esta semana contamos con la colaboración de Rubén Herrero, socio del club da2. En la sección de refritos volvemos a hablar de: Gloomhaven. Sí, otra vez. Y las que quedan… Anachrony […]
Episode: Episode 108 -- Stress Reduction Strategies & Space Viruses ( 116.58 MB / 127:20)

Eric returns from his travels for a classic PCP episode and we get down to doing what we do best. We have Tramways in-depth. We have rants. We have disagreements. We have things that went bad.

Add in some raves, some whisky and a meaty trick-taking card game and I believe all the boxes have been ticked. Much fun was had. No animals were hurt. It's a win-win. Enjoy.


02:20 -- Business & Scheduling
13:12 -- Trick of the Rails
32:18 -- New Pornographers, Deep Purple, Chuck Prophet, Vagabond, Hurray for the Riff Raff. Jesca Hoop
43:52 -- The Father John Misty Throwdown
59:00 -- The Quiet Man 8 Year Old Single Malt
63:15 -- Things Went Bad (Tramways Edition)
70:50 -- Tramways (in-depth)
113:05 -- Unbelievable (or is it?)

Podcast: Proxi-Jeux
Episode: [FIJ Cannes 2017] Hispa ( 12.9 MB / 14:05)
Lors du Festival International des Jeux de Cannes, Fendoel a pu interviewer Víktor Bautista i Roca, l’un des auteurs de Kikou le coucou fait avec Josep M. Allué et qui a gagné l’As d’Or Enfant. Il a également pu s’entretenir avec Chistophe Beaufumé qui s’occupe de promo...
Episode: 221: Amonkhet You Those Rules ( 69.64 MB / 76:03)
AHK w/ Judge Rob!
Episode: 30 Minutes Around the Table ( 16.35 MB / 23:49)

Summoner Wars
Designed by Colby Dauch
Art by John Ariosa & Gary Simpson
Published by Plaid Hat Games

Intro with Eric Buscemi :35

Rules overview with Brandon Kempf 3:54

Tony Miller 8:12

Craig Marks 13:30

Derek Davis 17:56

Outro 22:34

End 23:46

Music Attributions:

Blanks by Podington Bear is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
Laid Back Fuzz by Podington Bear is licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.
Movin On Up by Podington Bearis licensed under a Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 International License.

Episode: Episode 20 - Shall We Play A Game? ( 41.6 MB / 90:44)
It's time for another TOGCast! This month in addition to our usual sections we take a look at some upcoming PC games we're looking forward to playing.
Podcast: 21 Game Salute
Episode: Life and Times of a Board Game - Episode 16 - 2017: Archmage ( 35.2 MB / 38:27)

Chris is back this month, joined this time by designer Tim Heerema to talk about his debut title, Archmage.

This medium weight game balances theme and mechanics as you build your own magic order, gathering apprentices and relics. Training apprentices also unlocks powerful spells that can shape the world or tear down your rivals.

Also a new month means a new contest. Can't wait to hear this month's entries.


Thanks for listening!

Episode: Content as Marketing with Chris Rowlands ( 31.22 MB / 43:47)
Chris Rowlands, designer of Last Garden and host of NPC-Cast, discusses creating awesome content that helps people as much as possible and also builds up goodwill toward you and your games. The board game community is incredible, and there are tons of opportunities to help fellow designers and add value to what they’re trying to create. And...
Episode: Episode 24 - Kevin "QXC" Riley, pro-Starcraft player turned game designer ( 74.44 MB / 54:12)

Jack talks with Kevin Riley, retired pro-StarCraft player who's cooperative board game Aeon's End has a kickstarter up now for it's stand alone expansion. This conversation goes to some uncharted territory for TCbH, with a surprising focus on mental health and stability of people who are singularly dedicated to a project or career. You can find Aeon's End: War Eternal here - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2012515236/aeons-end-war-eternal?ref=nav_search

Episode: Episode 17: The one about terraforming mystics, iconography, cults of the new ( 0 MB / 0:00)
We're happy to bring your our 17th Episode!

Listen on to hear what we've played recently, all things Terra Mystica news, the use (misuse?) of icons in games, and the dreaded cult of the new.

About Us (00:28)

Recently Played (05:22)

News (16:40)

"it" Factor (37:36)

#culture (53:03)

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