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After forgetting about the podcast last week, Marc is back in average form with a brand new episode full of games of many sorts. There's a first-person dungeon crawler with great art, a surprisingly good licensed 3D platformer, and one of the best visual novels Marc has ever played. There's also some crap too. If you want to know what's what--some are easier to guess than others--you'll just have to listen to find out. Games/Topics Discussed: Airborne Kingdom, American Hero, Epic Chef, Grow: Song of the Evertree, Hermitage: Strange Case Files, Space Elite Force 2 in 1, The Smurfs - Mission Vileaf, and Undernauts: Labyrinth of Yomi
Awwwww yeah, It's Cabal Time! Today the Founders talk about the Rock Apes and Tony's new career as a Rock Ape Hunter and a bunch of games they've been playing including Cleopatra and the Society of Architects, Savannah Park, Abomination: The Heir of Frankenstein, That Time You Killed Me, Galaxy Hunters and Radlands. Then Don and Jamie jump into a feature review of It's a Wonderful World from designer Frédéric Guérard. Then Tony T wows the crowd with the greatest tabletop gaming news segment in the known universe. And finally, the gang takes a look at 5 game designers including Ryan Laukat, Uwe Rosenberg, Corey Konieczka, Martin Wallace and Stefan Feld and discusses their body of work. It's a Wonderful World Overview 01:11:06, It's a Wonderful World Review 01:14:48, News with Tony T 01:37:35, Designer Bodies of Work 02:26:45
This is Rat Tale, a podcast about tabletop games and the stories they tell. Join your buddies Adam Thibault and Gimo Barrera where we'll discuss everything, but also nothing. 6:54 - Topic 1 27:25 - Topic 2 Contact us on Twitter/Instagram @rattalegames, or email us email@example.com. You can also visit us at www.rattale.com. Music by Bruno Barrera. Follow Bruno here Logo by Natalie Perez. Episode Links: https://boardgamegeek.com/geekpreview/53/2021-boardgamegeek-holiday-gift-guide
The Brothers are back with another round of things that make you go, “Hmmm.” On this week's episode of Brothers in Arms we fall into Elmo's World, Greg wears a beard on leave, not the New York you think, “I shot Bambi,” bathtub in the field, “Oh, I've been shot,” Men like Topper, the time Greg got lost, Martha Stewart in the House, the dang wings fell off, “Watch your French!” Board Games and Brews, 1200 meals, dueling tubas, “my friend is famous,” random desk items, Cat/Dog, flash questions and questionable Dad jokes. All this and a barrel of fish on this week's episode of Brothers in Arms! Where you can reach us: Twitter: @YourBIAPodcast Gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitch: Twitch.tv/brothersinarmspodcast (Every Sunday @ 9:00-ish PM EST) Website: https://brothersinarms.podbean.com
In this episode I am joined by Nathan Lusk to talk about his Asian themed boardgame called Daimyo Senso and his quest to have it fully manufactured in the USA. I got to ask him about the game and how it plays, but also about his reasons to want to keep it national and what have been the struggles. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 431 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on email@example.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world. The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Thank you once again and, until next time, game on! Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj
On this weeks podcast we talk about what we've been playing, we answer a few instagram questions, what we've been watching and which video games we are continuing to play. Playing:Dinosaur WorldTicket to Ride EuropeStrikeChronicles of Crime 2400Gonuts for DonutsProject LLas VegasHeaven and Ale with Kegs and More expansionThe Crew: Mission Deep SeaGreat Western TrailsWatching: Wheel of TimeMarvel: Shang ChiCowboy BeebopHawkeyeVideo Games: Forza 5It Takes 2
In Episode 68 we discuss some of the reasons we cull board games from our collections and list 5 games that are leaving and why they aren't going to be sticking around. We also discuss poll results on how frequently board games are culled. Timestamps: 00:00 Introduction 00:39 Poll discussion around culling games 9:17 #5 Adam - Space Corp - 2025-2300AD 12:35 #5 Chris - Calico 15:15 #5 Tim - Wingspan 20:41 #4 Adam - Irish Gauge 22:35 #4 Chris - Lords of Hellas 26:27 #4 Tim - It's a Wonderful World / Maracaibo 29:36 #3 Adam - Android: Netrunner 33:48 #3 Chris - This War of Mine 35:54 #3 Tim - Empires of the Void II 39:02 #2 Adam - On Mars 43:11 #2 Chris - Marvel United 47:10 #2 Tim - Paper Dungeon 49:40 #1 Adam - Spirit Island 54:15 #1 Chris - Twisted Fables 58:20 #1 Tim - Fort 59:43 Culling Final Thoughts
Join us for board game night as we play Parker Brother's Nancy Drew Mystery Game (1957), Hunt-A-Killer's Nancy Drew: Mystery at Magnolia Gardens (2021), and Outset Media's Nancy Drew Collector (2020). Warning: this episode contains gameplay spoilers for all the games listed above, especially Mystery at Magnolia Gardens. Timestamps: 0:00 - 14:47- Nancy Drew Mystery Game 14:54 - 35:06- Mystery at Magnolia Gardens [gameplay overview & spoiler-free review] 35:06 - 50:42- Mystery at Magnolia Gardens [culprit reveal & review with spoilers] 50:49 - 58:45- Nancy Drew Collector Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/regularnancydrew Instagram: instagram.com/RegularNancyDrew Twitter: twitter.com/RegularND YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkUyxPdQx5fCJeTIrGcGqPg Music: “Kool Kats” by Kevin MacLeod Special Thanks to Ryan Ransom for his Voice Acting skills and to our friends April and Daniel for participating in this episode :)
What's your favorite game to play with family and friends? If you don't have a favorite, or if you're looking for a new game, we have good news for you. It's our annual board game episode and we talk to two great guests, Jamey Stegmaier and Shane Newell. Jamey gives us his list of favorites and Shane introduces us to his game Franklin's Fortune and we have links to all of them below so you can find a new game to play! Enjoy!
In this...interesting episode, Reverend D is joined by his kiddos to review Gargoyles Awakening. Join them as they cover the basics of the game, as well as a dive into the show that spawned the game. And to top it all off, a pack opening and brief overview of Magic the Gathering's new set: Crimson Vow!
Your favorite boys are back for a brand new episode - tackling the Alexand Pfister classic, Mombasa. In Mombasa, players acquire shares of chartered companies based in Cape Town, Mombasa, Cairo and Saint Louis. Using a shared map, players then spread their trading posts (also shared) throughout the African continent in order to earn the most money. Also this episode: the boys get really, really into Toto; Cam talks about his rebellious days attending a Cascada show in Texas; Rob pokes holes in Home Alone.
This week we're flipping the script on our previous episode and talking about our 10 greatest surprises in board gaming! These are the games that had the widest gulf between expectations and pleasant outcomes! It's like a second helping of Limited Play Time top 10 lists during this festive Thanksgiving week!
The title says it all. It's been such a busy week that I completely forgot I even do this podcast, so as the evening of today creeped up, I remembered, "Wait...don't I do a weekly podcast about games and crap?!" So here we are with a thankful episode you can easily skip if you want, but if you choose to give it a listen, expect a shorty featuring a few things I'm thankful for, including you yourself. Games/Topics Discussed: Nothing much at all...
Boardacious: Adam Kenney Brings You His Board Game Hits for Holiday Gifts, Hosting Parties, and All Around Favorite Board Games Right Now
Chris, Don and Jamie dive into a discussion about games that have a single standout mechanism that elevates its game to something special. Each of the gang lists three games that they feel include one of these brilliant mechanisms.
Before The Internet, and during the early days of Video Games, Board games were everything, the time to get the family or friends together and ... do stuff for fun. This episode I talk about a lot of forgotten Boardgames and rank my favorites Support this podcast
#104 In this episode we talk about Too many bones by chip theory games, Equinox by Plan B games, and Palm Island. We go back in time and we are with you what we talked about in episode 4 more than 2 years ago!!! Solo BG Podcast is part of the dice tower network! check other amazing podcasts at www.thedicetower.comMusic from this episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZowlmnnAGg
0:00:00–Introduction: Welcome Tom, Game Designer Trey and Omni Gamer Candice at BGG Con0:03:06–This Week's Game Week:Paint the Roses, 9:28 (Cryptid);The Crew: Mission Deep Sea, 15:53 (Tichu);Corrosion, 0:20:55 (Trismegistus, Terra Mystica, Race for the Galaxy, Tzolki'n, Barrage, Gutenberg);Show Manager, 0:31:20 (Wallenstein, Bohnanza, Agricola, Show Manager: Cruise Ship);Gutenberg, 0:41:08; Boon Lake, 0:48:45 (Maracaibo, Mumbasa, Terraforming Mars, Viticulture: Tuscany);Ark Nova, 0:58:36 (Rajas of the Ganges, Terraforming Mars, Agricola, Corrosion, Wingspan, Cataan, Civilization: A New Dawn, Dominant Species, Kanban EV);Buddy Toss, 1:12:30 (Shuffleboard, Crokinole, Man vs Meeple);Wavelength, Wits and Wagers, 15:00 (Avalon);Imperial Steam, 1:19:47 (Beyond the Sun, Furnace);Stage Left, 1:21:54;Scout, 1:25:17 (Delft);Free Ride, 1:29:53 (Power Grid, Fresh Fish, Ticket to Ride, Faiyum);Messina 1347, 1:34:02 (Istambul, Agricola, Shipyard);Tank Duel, 1:40:57 (Combat Commander, Fields of Fire)1:46:00--Sign Off, Etamar Peleg--Kirbooloni.com
Reviews of Weather Machine, Floriferous, Arch Ravels and so many more. Featured review: OINK GAMES; Reroll Lost Ruins of Arnak by CGE. Board game discussion starts at 36:43. https://bluepegpinkpeg.com/ep208. Thank you to our sponsors: Queen Games, Grand Gamers Guild, and AEG. Timestamps: 36:43 - Floriferous; 43:00- Weather Machine; 49:59- Robots; 55:39-Arch Ravels
Watch this episode on YouTube: http://YouTube.com/YouMeCapriSupport the show on Patreon: http://pateron.com/YouMeCapriJoin the Free Discord: https://discord.gg/zN4cZbAFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/youmecaprisFollow us on Instagram: http://instagram.com/youmecaprisThank you to our Patrons at http://Patreon.com/YouMeCapri for making this show possible.CaPremium Producers: Dallas Ford, Lee Navarro (Fearless Leader of the Phoenix Overdrive Extra Life Team, and Johnathan Brown - the man behind the music on The Xbox Drive and The Nintendo Drive - you can support Johnathan Brown at http://YouTube.com/PMEntertainment Platinum Producer: Robby Bobby Miller and TruckerSlothGold Members: ARGO, Benjicong, Brendan Myers, Dallas Robbins, Dannohh, Emily O'Kelley, Fulish Fuji, Joel Brooks, Jose Jimenez, Kmack Time, Marcus O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Nasty Boots, RJ Kern, Skinny Matt, and Xavier ReyesThis week, Josh Borbone from the Board with Video Games Podcast joins Sean to discuss Extra Life, Board Games, Comics, and exploring new entertainment in geek culture.Enjoy the show!Support Josh:Twitter: www.twitter.com/joshbonesPodcast: https://psvg.blog/board-with-video-games/--Sean was on a podcast this past week!PSVG: https://psvg.blog/play-some-video-games/2021/8/8/psvg-0-hjcsb-5wefr-g6hbc-2bpcr-b3tb8-dbp2b-9tmkg-4s58a-mm5p3-fe8yn-wp9fh-ne9d2
This is Rat Tale, a podcast about tabletop games and the stories they tell. Join your buddies Adam Thibault and Gimo Barrera where we'll discuss everything, but also nothing. 14:27 - Topic 1 32:10 - Topic 2 Contact us on Twitter/Instagram @rattalegames, or email us email@example.com. You can also visit us at www.rattale.com. Music by Bruno Barrera. Follow Bruno here Logo by Natalie Perez.
In our one hundred and sixty-fourth episode, Aaron is joined by Shoe, co-host of the Going Analog podcast. We talk about Hadara and The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine and Mission Deep Sea in the BA Banter. Then in our Digital Diversion segment we talk about Moonglow Bay and Board Game Arena. We reflect on our review of Inis. Then you listeners Ask Aaron Anything, where you get a chance to ask Aaron and his guest anything they want. This episode is sponsored by MANSCAPED and Board Game Bliss
This week we roll the dice with Cats, Birds, and Mice, as we review the Nintendo Switch version of Root! Which naturally leads us into a discussion about all the great tabletop options on the platform. We also cover the expanding universe of League of Legends games and media, and recap KC's progress in Metroid Dread. TIMESTAMPS 0:26 - Intro 18:39 - Root Review 42:33 - Switch Focus: Digital Board Games 1:10:21 - News Rundown SUPPORT US ON PATREON https://www.patreon.com/theswitchcast JOIN OUR NINTENDO SWITCH COMMUNITY Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheSw... Twitter - @TheSwitchCast Discord - https://discord.gg/Ty6bwnt Email - KC@TheSwitchCast.com Apple Podcasts - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/t... The SwitchCast Friend Code List - http://bit.ly/scfriendcodelist MUSIC Special thanks to the HeatleyBros for bringing real Nintendo power to our Nintendo Switch podcast with great chiptunes! "8 Bit Joy" By HeatleyBros Free Music For Your YouTube Video https://www.youtube.com/user/HeatleyBros
Can I patent a board game? Learn what can and can't be patented about board game in this episode of the Patenting for Inventors Podcast. Connect with Diament Patent Law E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: DiamentPatentLaw.com Phone/Text: (424)281-0162 YouTube Channel: Diament Patent Law YouTube LinkedIn: Diament Patent Law LinkedIn Profile Facebook: Diament Patent Law Facebook Twitter: Diament Patent Law Twitter
On this episode of Monsters & Multiclass Kevin, Will, and Jarred will discuss the ins and outs of Dungeons and Dragons 5e Cleric Paladin multiclass. From mechanical viability to cool character concepts and everything in between!dScryb: Finely Crafted Boxed Text (use code MM10) - https://dscryb.com/Support the show: https://monstersandmulticlass.com/supportIntro music by @Thisisbardcore. https://twitter.com/thisisbardcoreFind us and the YouTube version: https://linktr.ee/Monster_multiSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/monstersandmulticlass)
We love playing games in-person! But sometimes you want to scratch that board-gaming itch for a few minutes in the middle of the workweek. Or during a "break." Or, well, all the damn time. Playing asynchronously on Board Game Arena lets you do just that...a lot. Just don't tell our bosses. Our BGA play pals Emerson Matsuuchi (designer of the Century series, Specter Ops, Reef, and the upcoming Foundations of Rome) and Jess Yi (frequent Going Analog contributor) join Christina and Shoe to gab about Board Game Arena vs. Tabletop Simulator, which games work best on the platform, and whether we can learn how to play (and enjoy) an entire game online without ever reading the rules. Our topics this episode: Jess (contributor): Board Game Arena vs. Tabletop Simulator Christina (host): Which games are better on Board Game Arena, and which are worse? Emerson (guest): Our experiences playing "blind" on Board Game Arena
Marc starts things off this week with a bit of backward compatibility talk, before diving into what they've been playing, including a party game that's no fun for parties of one, a resource management sim with oral and anal sex, and a visual novel with barely, if any, romance. If any of that sounds interesting to you, give this episode a listen and hopefully you have yourself a good time. Games/Topics Discussed: Backward Compatibility, My Singing Monsters Playground, Despotism 3k, Mastho is Together, Klang 2, Venus: The Improbable Dream
AndrewBlack Orchestra: https://www.starling.games/black-orchestraBottle Bash: https://bottlebash.com/Purchase Bottle Bash: https://www.tosso.com/products/bottle-bash-frisbee-gameSnorlax Bean Bag Cover: https://www.amazon.com/N-brand-Snorlax-Zipper-Girlfriend-Birthday/dp/B08P7S9X2M/ref=asc_df_B08P7S9X2M/Polyfill: https://www.amazon.com/Fairfield-Original-Poly-Fil-Premium-White/dp/B07CBQ8ZJ3/ref=sr_1_1Disney+ Day Full Release List: https://screenrant.com/disney-plus-day-movies-shows-news-reveals-trailers/Red Notice: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7991608/LaurenReal Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: https://www.bravotv.com/the-real-housewives-ultimate-girls-tripEthan Chlebowski, Turkey guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM4bNyeyOiYPatrickThe Harder They Fall: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10696784/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
Hey Now! It's time for some irreverent Cabal shenanigans! Today the gang chats about some games and hobby junk we've been getting into including Imperial Steam, Deception: Murder in Hong Kong, Mouse Cheese Cat Cucumber, Dinosaur World, Furnace, and Elfenland. Then Jamie and Don get into an overview and review of Anno 1800 from Kosmos and designed by Martin Wallace. After Tony T goes through all the most important news items in the entire world, the Founders get into a discussion about giving potentially great board games a second chance. Anno 1800 Overview 00:59:59, Anno 1800 Review 01:06:10, News with Tony T 01:37:49, Second Chance Board Games 02:36:29
In this episode of the Double D's Drive By, Darin and Daron talk about several games they've played recently that might not otherwise make it onto the show. This episode includes Lost Ruins of Arnak, Decrypto, Welcome To, King of Tokyo, Horrified, and The Coldest Night. Also, the Double D's answer a "listener" question about the longest game they've ever played.
Welcome to episode 273! Stephen and Linda are here for board game week! This week they are talking about the board game holiday gift guide! https://engagedfamilygaming.com/holiday-gifts/engaged-family-gaming-holiday-gift-guide-2021-board-games/ Give us a listen! This podcast is sponsored by: The Virtual Economy Podcast The EFG Facebook Community Follow us on Facebook! Like us on Twitter! Follow us on Instagram! Subscribe to our Newsletter! Subscribe to our Podcast! More From Jonathan on Facebook Music from https://filmmusic.io "Android Sock Hop" by Kevin MacLeod (https://incompetech.com) License: CC BY (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/engagedfamilygaming/message
In this episode we are reviewing another Stonemaier board game! Jake has been a huge Red Rising fan for years, and Stonemaier is one of his favorite designers, so we're really excited for this one! We talk about the novel, and how it is incorporated into the game, our favorite aspects of the gameplay, and a few criticisms as well. Check it out, and thanks for listening! watch us on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmyDf4ZP_nOMa75J5WNSTqA
This week, Adrian gets caught in an never ending game of TFM, Jeff continues to spy his way through Pandemic Legacy Season 0, and Zach focuses way too much on TT vs Tt in Genotype. 00:01:35 - What have we been playing?: Terraforming Mars, Cartographers, Betrayal at the House on the Hill, For Sale: Autorama, Pandemic Legacy Season 0, Genotype 00:37:53 - Midshow Banter Break! Featuring: Video games, Movies 00:57:37 - News: AI's trying to figure out old Boardgames 01:00:09 - News: South Tigris Trilogy 01:03:47 - News: Dungeon Bowl 01:07:17 - News: Horseless Carriage Pre-order 01:10:50 - KS: Hanamikoji Geisha's Road 01:16:15 - Emails! MHGG Twitch Slack Channel Patreon Guild
0:00:00–Introduction: Welcome Casual Gamer Jake and Game-Breaker Paul0:06:55–This Week's Game Night: Monumental, The Hunger, Darwin's Journey, Lowlands, Wavelength0:15:54–Game News: Wayfarers of the South Tigris, Devil Bunny Needs a Ham, Kill Doctor Lucky, Before I Kill You Mister Spy, Deadwood, Devil Bunny Versus the Entire Galaxy, Brian Boru: High King of Ireland, The King is Dead, Hegemony, QE, Here I Stand0:37:26–Games on the Brain: Game Brain at the BGG Con0:41:04–Review of The Hunger: Magic, The Gathering, Clank, Ticket to Ride1:05:12–Storytelling in Games: Detective, Sea Fall, Cloud Spire, Sherlock Holmes: Consulting Detective, Chronicle of Crime, Betrayal Legacy: Betrayal at the House on the Hill, Robinson Crusoe, Twilight Struggle, Battlestar Galactica, Game of Thrones, Dune, Pandemic Legacy, Battlestar Galactica, Teixhal, Die Macher, Agricola, Trickerion, Santiago, Coimbra, Fresh Fish, Tichu, Ricochet Robots, In and Of Itself, Arabian Nights. Fiasco, Everdell, King's Dilemma, Oath, Container1:36:02–Game Sommelier: Tactics II, Gettysburg, Fortress Europa, Undaubted Normandy, Undaunted North Africa, Twilight Struggle, Lord of the Rings, Hannibal: Rome v Carthage, Napoleon's Triumph, Memoir 44, Quartermaster General1:42:30–Sign Off
We intended to do a recording of us playing an actual game that would've been actually entertaining, however we're disappointed to say we don't think it was going to work out. So instead we're bringing more disappointments! Our top 10 disappointments in board gaming! Some of these are good games, really! Just a swing and a miss or two that took the wind out of our sails.
This is Rat Tale, a podcast about tabletop games and the stories they tell. Join your buddies Adam Thibault and Gimo Barrera where we'll discuss everything, but also nothing. 9:39 - Topic 1 33:50 - Topic 2 Contact us on Twitter/Instagram @rattalegames, or email us email@example.com. You can also visit us at www.rattale.com. Music by Bruno Barrera. Follow Bruno here Logo by Natalie Perez.
This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 429 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. I am Paco García, your host and I am joined by the ever amazing Chris Dias with a very special guest: Ignacy Trzewiczek, to talk about Dune: House Secrets. Ignacy is the designer of many really good and crunchy games and co-designer of Dune: House Secrets, a game that has been received with some very good ratings and some very bad ratings. The bad ratings tend ot have truly ridiculous reasons for being there, though, so they are not trustworthy. Mind you, some of the high ones are also sparse of information. In this episode we got go ask him about the licensing process, how the game plays, why use an app and also about those reviews I mentioned in the paragraph above. To find more about Dune: House Secrets: https://dune.portalgames.pl/en Check the BoardgameGeek page: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/329713/dune-house-secrets/ratings?rated=1&comment=1 Hope you enjoy the interview! If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world. The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at email@example.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!
The boys are back for with another bonus episode. This episode the boys were able to preview the latest release from Spielcraft Games, the Champions Expansion for For Glory. For Glory is the game of gladiatorial combat and deckbuilding and the new expansion introduces some interesting new mechanisms, introduces solo mode and increases player count to three or four players. Also this episode, the boys discuss the great games played at Cardboard Caucus. Spoiler, the boys played lots and lots of games.
This week's episode is short, but sweet, with not one, but multiple treats. There's an RTS game on consoles that controls surprisingly well, a classic shmup that's good whether you're a fan or not, and a solid platformer inspired by 8-bit classics. If any of this sounds good to you, give this here episode a listen while you poo. You're sure to have a good time and, even if you don't, it'll at least give you something to do while you wipe. Games Discussed: Gynoug, Iron Harvest: Complete Edition, Galaxy Shooter DX, Amazing Breaker, Milli & Greg, The Immortal, Ghost of Tsushima
Today the Lords start out episode 56 by discussing their new campaign using the Fallout RPG from Modiphius. Jesko explains the setting and the rest of the gang details the characters they'll be playing. Then the group takes a question from a listener asking which we more value, campaign story arcs or our own personal character's story arc. And finally, the Lords each give one pick of a video game that they think would make a great tabletop RPG.
The AH Crew sit down with special guest LoeJeez & BlackKrystel to talk about the board game night civil war situation, how baby hands make you a better player, Michael & Gavin's Extra Life Punishments and more on this week's Off Topic! This episode originally aired November 4, 2021 and is sponsored by MeUndies (Go to http://meundies.com/offtopic to get 15% off your first order and free shipping!), Upstart (Go to http://upstart.com/offtopic to find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today!) and Hello Fresh (Go to http://hellofresh.com/offtopic14 and use code offtopic14 for up to 14 free meals and 3 free gifts!) Thanks to ExpressVPN for sponsoring our channel http://expressvpn.com/achievement
Scott Rogers takes us to the inception of the legacy game, and the one that started it all: Rob Daviau's Risk Legacy. BIBLIOGRAPHY OF A BOARD GAME: https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2016-04-03-the-legacy-of-rob-daviau-the-man-who-helped-flip-boardgames-on-their-head https://www.gdcvault.com/play/1024259/Legacy-Games-From-Risk-to https://www.polygon.com/tabletop-games/22740263/risk-legacy-sequel-shadow-forces-announcement-release-date-price https://boardgamedesignlab.com/designing-legacy-games-with-jamey-stegmaier/