Strategy game that realistically simulates war.
Welcome to Episode 47 of the Podcast and this time we take a look at one of my favourite Wargaming niches, that is Naval Wargaming. And to help me on that journey I have press ganged David Manley to guide us through a minefield of turning circles, broadside markers and wind gauges. David has been involved in Naval Wargaming most of his life, inspired by his fathers service in The Royal Navy in WW2, he has gone on to a career in Naval Ship design and currently uses wargaming within his course content at UCL. If its Ancient Galleys, Ships of the Line, Pre and Post Dreadnoughts or Nuclear Powered Carriers, David has written a set of rules for them or desigend a 3d ship for them so who better to help us get our feet wet. David's rules and 3d ships can be found on the link below, https://www.wargamevault.com/browse.php?author=David%20Manley Sit back and enjoy our chat about all things Naval. The next episode will be out in 10 days, its already recorded. I will be speaking with Peter Thompson who is the owner of Pro Arte, The manufacturer and supplier of paint brushes to Yarkshire Gamer (and a few others !) for over 40 years. Until then, Sithee Regards Ken The Yarkshire Gamer
Welcome to Solosaurus, a podcast about one player board and card games. In this episode, Michael dives into solo wargaming, talking about a LOT of different games. Plus, he discusses what makes a solo game solitaire, as well as what makes a wargame, a wargame. Plus, he goes down various gaming rabbit holes as a bonus. Intro and Exposition (0:00) Solo2 News (from Solitaire Times) (3:44) What Is Solo Gaming? (11:18) What Is a Wargame? (18:20) New Solo Wargaming Player Recommendations (22:16) Classic Solo Wargames and More (46:53) Outro/Wrap Up (1:01:48) To see more from Solosaurus, like us on Facebook at (facebook.com/solosaurus), follow us on Instagram (@solosauruspodcast), or shoot as an email at email@example.com. To read more of our favorite solo news page, head over to https://www.solitairetimes.net/, or visit them on BGG at https://boardgamegeek.com/blog/9349/solitaire-times-solo-board-games-news. You can also find our work shared on the Armchair Dragoons website, where all kinds of games are discussed, even solo games! Games mentioned in this episode: In Solo News: Creature Caravan Bone Wars Sirens Defrag Forage Orchard Grove Recommendations: Pavlov's House Castle Itter: The Strangest Battle of World War II Soldiers in Postmen's Uniforms Lanzerath Ridge Pacific Tide Interceptor Ace Interceptor Ace Volume 2 Nightfighter Ace B-17 Queen of the Skies (mentioned because of Greg Smith's design, Amerika Bomber: Evil Queen of the Skies, which I failed to follow through with - sorry!) Aurelian: Restorer of the World Charlemagne, Master of Europe Escape from Hades Endurance NATO Air Commander That Others May Live: Combat Search and Rescue, Vietnam The Hunters The Hunted Beneath the Med Skies Above the Reich Storm Above the Reich Skies Above Britain Fire in the Lake Pendragon All Bridges Burning Colonial Twilight Enemy Coast Ahead: Operation Chastise – The Dambuster Raid Enemy Coast Ahead: The Doolittle Raid Fields of Fire Fields of Fire 2 Combat! Ambush! Battle Hymn Mosby's Raiders RAF: The Battle of Britain, 1940 (Decision Games edition) D-Day at Omaha Beach D-Day at Tarawa In Magnificent Style Crowbar! The Rangers at Pointe Du Hoc Dawn of the Zeds
We have another great interview with George Wahington University's Strategic Crisis Simulations leadership. Our own Caroline "CWIS" Gilmore is joined by Cormac Brown and Cassandra Micah and we talk all about the excellent program these talented students run. https://www.gwuscs.org/
Well, the bois done did it again! Dan and Cam both attended this year's NOVA Open, and boy howdy, do they have a lot to talk about. Learn, with great detail, about where they went to dinner each night! Experience an extremely awkward public meltdown! And hear about which faction both bois can't stand in 40k right now (it's Eldar)! Also, which one did better in the GT? The trash goblin who got bodied by big bullies in Tacoma? Or the former GT champion and world's foremost Raven Guard player? Tune in to find out! https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
The voice behind the Battlechat podcast series and the former editor in chief of Battlegames magazine, Mr. Henry Hyde, joins me to talk baout his life in the wargaming industry and his love of the furred and warpstone crazed ratmen the Skaven. Please be sure to check out Henry's wonderful podcast and books that he has published over the years and that he discussed in this intervew by clicking the links below: https://battlegames.co.uk/ https://open.spotify.com/show/2Im7yOtzX43D9ARJhyXVOI?si=609f5cc257a849e2 https://patreon.com/battlegames?utm_medium=clipboard_copy&utm_source=copyLink&utm_campaign=creatorshare_fan&utm_content=join_link Thank you for listening and I hope you enjoyed today's interview. Cheers Josh
On today's episode of SMS, The Historical Gamer (Wont Self-Incriminate) and Tortuga Power (The Man With The Lists) welcome special guests Wolfpack345 (Mr. Warcrime) and Charcoal Cheetah (Hello Ladies) to discuss their favorite games which cover the Eastern Front in World War II, what works, what doesn't, and why. Check out Wolfpack's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX2rH9OfjaRlRdbONXlRtKQCheck out Wolfpack's Twitch Channel: https://www.twitch.tv/wolfpack345live Check out Charcoal's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/@CharcoalCheetah Check out Charcoal's Twitch Channel: https://www.twitch.tv/charcoal_cheetah Listen to the show on:Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/single-malt-strategy/id1148480371Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2YMkUR638whzsK2QD19RjW?si=LOwKPweeS7ix7ucYqo0WeAYouTube : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-nVRDDBCw0&list=PLTGFcT0l8dvCh90halCTbGfAAscaeqncLSpreaker: https://www.spreaker.com/episode/45422258 YouTube: TortugaPower - www.youtube.com/tortugapowerThe Historical Gamer - www.youtube.com/thehistoricalgamer Twitter :TortugaPower - @TortugaPowerYTThe Historical Gamer - @historicalgamer #Strategy #Podcast #WW2
The potential conflict between India and Pakistan stands at a precipice of alarming complexity, as the two nuclear-armed neighbours navigate a tangled web of historical tensions, territorial disputes, and geopolitical ambitions, and with India's rapidly evolving military capabilities and strategic partnerships, the landscape of South Asian defence dynamics is shifting. The theoretical pitfalls of a confrontation between these nations would have far-reaching implications, not just for the subcontinent, but for the global order. From cyber warfare to conventional battles, what would a war between India and Pakistan entail? We ask our panel of experts to unpack the scenarios, strategies, and stakes posed by this conflict: On the panel this week: - Chris Clary (Uni of Albany) - Arzan Tarapore (CISC) - Christine Fair (Georgetown) Intro - 00:00 PART 1 - 03:01 PART 2 - 30:40 PART 3 - 53:51 Outro - 1:13:51 Follow the show on @TheRedLinePod Follow Michael on @MikeHilliardAus Support the show at: https://www.patreon.com/theredlinepod For more info, please visit: https://www.theredlinepodcast.com/
Did you know that if you went to NOVA Open 2023, you could have seen your favorite bois LIVE and IN PERSON?! It'a true! In this show, the fellas are recording live in front of a real and surprisingly large crowd in Washington, DC. Is the audio great? Not really. But are the vibes good? Pal, they're impeccable. This time around, Dan and Cam review the NOVA preview event, take live WMDKs, and ask the real hard hitting questions: "Are we talkin' 'bout fuckin' gazongas?" Truly the hard-hitting journalism you come here for. https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ email@example.com
When we look at leadership, it is easy to see that there are many functions that require their own sort of leader. A general of engineering is expected to have vastly different qualities than a general of the cavalry. Often when we study military science we do so from the perspective of the General of the Army, but this same general trusts in the competence of the officers who are placed in these more specific functions, because even the most competent of commanders need to delegate. Malark seeks insight on this topic within the next set of Napoleonic Maxims. Support our Patreon! www.patreon.com/theartofwargaming Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: @theartofwargamingpodcast Instagram: @artofwargamingpodcast Check out more of The Art of Wargaming at www.taowargaming.com Check out more earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com
Hey, Scuttlebutt listeners. On this episode of MCA Scuttlebutt, we continue our World of Wargaming series with Jeremy Sepinsky, the lead wargame designer for the Center for Naval Analyses. Enjoy!
Summer's on the way out, but the Badcast bois are busting down your door on their way in with a hot and fresh show for you to gobble up like the little ripper you are! This time the fellas talk ork genitalia (again), 40k bumper stickers, and whether or not it's worth it to paint for other people! This one's chock full of bits, so make sure those dentures are firmly attached! https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ email@example.com
The Marine Corps is currently mid-Force Design 2030 implementation and depending on where you sit: Active Duty, Reserve, Retired, a member of a sister service, curious taxpayer, or one of our many Allies/Partners; you are aware of some of the paradigm-shifting changes. Much of the information provided to these audiences is post-decisional. The rigor, applied by the Combat Development and Integration Enterprise, to inform Force Design 2030 modernization efforts is often ignored for the sensational headline. Today, we're going to dive into the world of wargaming and the organization responsible for this effort, The Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory or MCWL. On this episode, Tripp chats with the Director of the Wargaming Division at Marine Corps Warfighting Lab, Col. George Schreffler. The views expressed in this podcast reflect those of the speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views, policies, or positions or the United States Marine Corps or Department of Defense. Show notes: Neptune's Inferno: The U.S. Navy at Guadalcanal by James D. Hornfischer War Plan Orange: The U.S. Strategy to Defeat Japan by Edward S. Miller --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/equipping-the-corps/message
It's time once again for a visit to the Wargaming Room. In this episode, three recent graduates of the AY23 Resident Course at the U.S. Army War College share the wargame they developed as part of the Carlisle Scholars Program. Giovanni Corrado, Ian Hopper and Kent Park are in the studio to discuss the impetus and goal of their Strategy Simulation Exercise. Joined by podcast editor Ron Granieri, the three game creators share how the exercise demonstrates how policy is made at many different levels. Using alliances, negotiations, political capital and timed periods, they've created a game that is an incredible teaching tool for a handful, a dozen, or even over a hundred students at a time.
After a short summer break, the bois are back with another episode! This time, Dan and Cam break down what they've been up to in the last month or so. Spoiler: it's a lot of gaming! Tune in to find out just how bad at 40k and Blood Bowl they really are! https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Today we have John Chang the designer of Black Powder Red Earth a 28mm ultra-modern tactical skirmish game. We talk about the game and the design process the developers went through to get the game to market.
Hey, Scuttlebutt listeners. On this episode of Scuttlebutt, World of Wargaming returns as William interviews Mr. Joseph Miranda, a former Army officer and prolific board wargame designer, and Dr. Christopher
The boys are back in town! The NDNG crew went to Historicon 2023 in scenic Lancaster PA. It was a full crew, with Tom, Preston, Scott and Matt gaming and creating mayhem. We have a bunch of guests on the show and we talk about our Firelock Ironman and about wargaming in general. 00:00- Welcome to Historicon 2023 21:20- Wrap up of the Blood & Plunder Tournament, with Mike Tunez and Erich Goebel 46:30- More tourney fun and general gaming with Andrew "FS" Olsen and Matthew "SB" Kirchman
For episode 84, Andy is joined by a new co-host, his friend Matt. The two of them have a great discussion with Jack and Paul, the masterminds behind Eurydice Games, the publisher of the dexterity-based starship combat game FlickFleet! Links discussed on the show: MBS Website: https://www.manbattlestations.com/index.html FlickFleet Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/494071814943020 Eurydice Games GameFound Page: https://gamefound.com/creators/eurydice-games-ltd Eurydice Games Website: https://eurydicegames.co.uk Support the show! Please consider purchasing some classy custom dice or a hand-painted mini over at the MBS Etsy Shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/manbattlestations/
Episode 293 - A flood of Store Champs! We thought we had a lot of events to cover last week! This week we bring you coverage of 11 (or at least as best we can - submit your lists people!). Before we jump in to the events we cover Atomic Mass Games World's Qualifer article https://www.atomicmassgames.com/star-wars-transmissions/amg-star-wars-world-open-qualifier-schedule-20232024-season Our event coverage starts at Patriot Games in Sheffield and then Incom Gaming in Cheltenham before hoping across the pond to cover a load from North America with some familiar names! Links with (some) lists & results Sheffield X-Wing Official Store Championship https://www.longshanks.org/event/8578 Incom Gaming X-Wing Store Championship 2023 https://www.longshanks.org/event/8595 All the North American event... https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/457 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/559 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/535 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/529 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/414 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/389 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/381 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/502 https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/494 Cast - Rich, Ben and Liam Producer - Tim Recorded 10/07/2023 via Discord Intro - Obi Wan 'hello there' from Revenge of the Sith Outro - Florence + The Machine - Dog Days Are Over (2010 Version) (Official Music Video) Used without permission - it's just for fun!
There's "dad" and "dumpster" in the title, so you know what that means! Campbell's old man returns to the show to settle an old score: that one time Campbell didn't do his homework! Truly, what a disappointing child. Also in this episode: Fusili Fusiliers, hittin' that Imperial backboard, and an intro to 40k 10th edition! Wait, one of those things is actually helpful! WHO ARE YOU AND WHAT HAVE YOU DONE WITH MY PODCASTERS?! https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ email@example.com
This week on Under the Hive of Madness Gobbo sits down with Stephen from Improbable Wargaming. Get a behind-the-scenes look as Stephen and Gobbo talk over the hows and whys of content creation, take a few left turns into deep lore tangents, as well as talk over the past and future of the game. Stephen also shares his impressions of Warhammer Fest, and there might be a few teases of projects in the works! Under the Hive of Madness is a Warhammer 40k Podcast diving into the Horror and Grimdark elements of the setting, so expect some adult themes, adult language, and more than a handful of Khorney Jokes! Beware any cultists who shout, Alms for the Arm-God! Their church is probably more than a little full of 4 Armed Emperors... Check out Improbable Wargaming's Bat-Reps and other content: https://www.youtube.com/@improbablewargaming Email the show at, UndertheHiveofMadness@gmail.com or GymDarkGaming@gmail.com. Discord Community: GymDark GamingSupport us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/UndertheHiveofMadnessFind Us Around the Web: https://linktr.ee/underthehive or our Website: Underthehiveofmadness.com
Malark and Todo sit down to a game of 10th edition Warhammer 40k Support our Patreon! www.patreon.com/theartofwargaming Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: @theartofwargamingpodcast Instagram: @artofwargamingpodcast Check out more of The Art of Wargaming at www.taowargaming.com Check out more earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com
Episode 292 - Thick & Fast events Rich and Liam give us a round-up of 3 Atomic Mass Games X-wing Store Championships that happened last weekend. See the links below for lists (those that are submitted), pairings and results. After that they then discuss what the best 4 point ships are in each faction! Do you agree with them? Or did they miss something? The Gaming Den, Basingstoke, UK https://www.longshanks.org/event/8493/ The Realm, Brea, CA USA https://www.longshanks.org/event/8747/ The Haven, Casselberry, Florida, US https://rollbetter.gg/tournaments/562 Cast - Rich, Liam and Tim Producer - Tim Recorded 03/07/2023 via Discord Intro - Obi Wan 'hello there' from Revenge of the Sith Outro - Matthew Wilder - Break My Stride (Audio) Used without permission - it's just for fun!
Tony Ingesson fortifies the academic landscape as an Assistant Professor of Intelligence Analysis at Lund University in Sweden. Seasoned by military service in the Swedish Armed Forces, his experiences now fuel his academic pursuits. Tony's research orbits around real-world problems; his Ph.D. in Political Science, for instance, was on tactical decision-making in combat scenarios. Nowadays, he brings similarly energetic curiosity to unconventional fields of research, such as applying intelligence analysis to cancer treatment strategies. Tony's work is, hence, a cocktail of multi-disciplinary scholarship, practical experiences, and an unwavering passion for exploration.-----------Click on the links below to read some of Dr. Ingesson's incredible work in applying intelligence analysis.Wargaming cancer: a strategy for future precision oncology?The Politics of CombatAnticipating the Zombie Apocalypse: Using Improbability to Teach Intelligence AnalysisBeyond Blame: What Investigations of Intelligence Failures Can Learn from Aviation SafetyInnovators, Copycats, or Pragmatists? Soviet Industrial Espionage and Innovation in the Military Aerospace Sector during the Cold WarClandestine communications in cyber-denied environmentsLund University-----------Get your discount on a brand new BlendJet2 by going to our link: https://zen.ai/analytics12subscribe and follow us: https://linktr.ee/AucoinAnalytics---------------------Disclaimer:The views and opinions expressed on the podcast 'This Week Explained' are those of the hosts and guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any organization or entity. The information provided on the podcast is for general informational purposes only and should not be considered professional advice or a substitute for independent research and analysis. Each individual listener should research and identify their own opinions based on facts and logic before making any decisions based on the information provided on the podcast. The podcast hosts and guests are not responsible for any actions taken by individuals based on the information provided on the podcast.
It's the... Summer of Wargaming? When a game comes along that's even too obscure and spreadsheet-y for our normal panel, we light the Grognard Beacon. And this week, first-timers Wesley Livesay and Benjamin Magnus answered the call. The subject? Rule the Waves 3. If you love mid-90s PC productivity software interfaces and big boats of all shapes and sizes, you're in for a treat. We discuss what makes this crunchy Secretary of the Navy simulator so compelling, and why it's worth overcoming the steep barriers to entry.
Hey, Scuttlebutt listeners. This week we are recording from the floor of Modern Day Marine so that we can bring you the events and personnel of this outstanding convention as
We're baaaaaaack! The 40k Badcast is running ON SCHEDULE these days, and that is truly something to behold! This time the fellas are breakin' up the Campbell Ramble, introducing a brand new Primarch: Konrad Buzz, and saying "special balls" a whole lot. SOUNDS FASCINATING! LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN LISTEN (please) https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ email@example.com
Episode 291 - King for a day! We're back in the North after a great trip to Cardiff for the Welsh Open at Firestorm Games in Cardiff and we're joined by King of Swiss Tom Veale! We chat to Tim and Tom about their lists, games and how the event went in general. X-wing Welsh Open pairings, lists & results https://www.longshanks.org/event/8192/ And if you missed the event the awesome Firecast Focus, with a little Tin Squadron support have covered the action live - chuck them your Prime sub if you can! www.twitch.tv/firecastfocus Cast - Rich, Ben, Tim and special guest Tom Veale Producer - Tim Recorded 26/06/2023 via Discord Intro - Obi Wan 'hello there' from Revenge of the Sith Outro - Pulp - Common People Used without permission - it's just for fun!
Episode 290 - Welsh almost Open It's almost time for lots of UK players to descend on Cardiff for the first ever Welsh Open! We're joined for a quick chat by Event Organiser Dylan Jones to chat about the event and what players can expect from the day! X-wing Welsh Open pairings, lists & results https://www.longshanks.org/event/8192/ And if you can't make the event the awesome Firecast Focus with a little Tin Squadron support will be covering the action live - chuck them your Prime sub if you can! www.twitch.tv/firecastfocus Cast - Rich, Ben and special guest Dylan Jones Producer - Tim Recorded 19/06/2023 via Discord Intro - Obi Wan 'hello there' from Revenge of the Sith Outro - It's Not Unusual · Tom Jones Used without permission - it's just for fun!
Who knew that a ship with actual paper and matchsticks for armor could be good? And at Tier IV as well? What is this witchcraft, Wargaming?? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Music Credit: Intro: Jetfire - Jeff II https://youtu.be/ZbyFsGMjfRg Creative Commons Attribution Free Download / Stream: http://bit.ly/-jetfire Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/nrIxa0jbhwE Outro: Outlet by Silent Partner from YouTube Audio Library · http://bit.ly/32TUZyy
These maxims reveal an unexpected treasure trove of military wisdom. The vast genius of Napoleon is reflected in his mind, not just in tactical mastery but also a mastery of command and control. Malark continues our study Napoleon and his maxims. Support our Patreon! www.patreon.com/theartofwargaming Email: email@example.com Facebook: @theartofwargamingpodcast Instagram: @artofwargamingpodcast Check out more of The Art of Wargaming at www.taowargaming.com Check out more earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com
From Wargaming, Anton Kolkovskiy founded Bulberry Studio to build mid-core F2P mobile games. As war broke out between Russia and Ukraine, Anton was unable to raise a follow-on round of funding and eventually shut down the studio he had spent so much time, energy, and effort into. What were the lessons he learned from the start to launch to attempting to save the company? What would he do differently knowing what he knows now? Phylicia Koh is a partner at Play Ventures, and while Play did not invest in Bulberry, she was aware of Bulberry and shared her thoughts about Bulberry's path. What advice would Phylicia give Anton? What would it have taken for Phylicia to invest in Bulberry? Further, what is the market like today, and given new market dynamics, what would she fund today? OUTLINE: 0:00 Intro 4:24 Anton's story starting Bulberry Studio from Wargaming. 8:25 What do VCs look to invest in then vs. now. 13:21 Initial funding from My.Games, deal structure, initial investment thesis, pitch to My.Games, and initial soft launch experience. 19:30 Initial testing experience, what they focused on, how to approach initial testing. 21:30 Typical approach for testing from Phylicia. 22:25 Strategic investments: company structure considerations 26:05 How do you know if you are succeeding on retention or deadline? Lessons learned from Anton. The line between confidence and being wrong. 29:30 What was the actual process/approach to their initial testing vs soft launch phase? 35:44 Initial soft launch metrics. 37:00 going to investors with metrics with small cohorts. Window dressing cohorts. 42:03 What could you have done to change the outcome of what happened? 46:31 The biggest fire. 47:56 Impact of global macro, the Russia-Ukraine war impact on Bulberry Studio. 59:50 How to extend runway when things go bad? 1:02:02 Psychological impact on founders for startups in trouble. 1:05:02 What would it take to invest in a troubled game deal from Play Ventures? 1:10:12 What should investors look for in the new investment environment? 1:23:22: How much global macro awareness should leadership teams be aware of?
James "Pigeon" Fielder, Ph.D. joined CSU as an Instructor after retiring from the U.S. Air Force as a Lieutenant Colonel and Associate Professor of Political Science at the U.S. Air Force Academy. He is also serving as a Marine Corps University Non-Resident Krulak Fellow for academic years 2021-2026, is the Director of Professional and Educational Games for Mobius Worlds Publishing, and consults on organizational wargaming, crisis response exercises, and scenario planning. Pigeon researches interpersonal trust and emergent political processes through cyber-based interaction, and through tabletop and live-action gaming as natural experiments. He also has over two decades of experience designing, executing, and assessing training exercises and wargames, from small-group tabletop discussions to multi-day exercises engaging 5,000+ participants. He is also serving on the editorial board of Simulation & Gaming and The MORS Journal of Wargaming, was a TEDxMileHigh speaker on games, and has been interviewed on game-related topics by Reuters, USA Today, and NBC News.
Tanner and Brandon chat about what's going on at Unknown, what we're into this week and our main topic - the launch of Warhammer 40,000 10th Edition and the Leviathan boxed set!00:00:00 Ep 80 - Leviathan Cometh00:00:09 Introduction00:02:06 What Happening at Unknown00:09:44 What We're Into00:24:53 Main Topic - The Warhammer 40k 10th Ed Launch01:10:51 Wrap-Up
Forty years after the movie WarGames showed the threat of a computer-driven nuclear holocaust, war-gaming has come to prominence as a way to foreshadow – and possibly deter – future conflicts. Jacquelyn Schneider, a Hoover fellow and director of Hoover's Wargaming and Crisis Simulation Initiative, explains the fine art of quality war-gaming – and how the practice applies to current tensions between the US and China, and perhaps played a role in the current Russia-Ukraine conflict.
Da bois are back with a brand new Badcast! In this one, they delve deep into 10th edition salt, Thank John Blanche for an incredible career, and do what they do best: talk about Necromunda in their 40k podcast! What's old is new again! Time is a flat circle and all that horse shit! LISTEN!!! OR DON'T!!! WE'RE NOT YOUR DADS!!! https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
Forty years after the movie WarGames showed the threat of a computer-driven nuclear holocaust, war-gaming has come to prominence as a way to foreshadow – and possibly deter – future conflicts. Jacquelyn Schneider, a Hoover fellow and director of Hoover's Wargaming and Crisis Simulation Initiative, explains the fine art of quality war-gaming – and how […]
Napoleon's direct approach to war also features in his maxims, where he often trades detail for brevity. One of the topics he writes most on is that of qualities necessary for command. In this episode, Malark walks alongside Napoleon as he describes the qualities of an ideal commander Support our Patreon! www.patreon.com/theartofwargaming Email: email@example.com Facebook: @theartofwargamingpodcast Instagram: @artofwargamingpodcast Check out more of The Art of Wargaming at www.taowargaming.com Check out more earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com
The boys have returned, and their joined a by a guest host: Campbell's Very Sad Tummy! While the CVST has been only a sometime contributor to the show, it's had a large impact on both Campbell's and Dan's personal lives. Also, we meet Camstaw Wunnew, Campbell treats us to his rap skills, and we all ponder a tepid skull. Hell yeah! https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
War Gaming, an activity that has been around as long as warfare itself, provides valuable insights into the complex nature of war. Whether it's traditional games like Chess or more contemporary ones like Armageddon, each War Game offers a unique perspective on the multifaceted world of war. By simulating battles and incorporating strategic elements, these games enable players to comprehend the reasons behind conflicts, and the factors that contribute to their outcomes. But how can we apply War Gaming to modern conflicts happening today?In this episode James welcomes Martin Anward, Game Director of Paradox Interactive - to talk about the real world applications of War Gaming, and how this can be experienced in their new game 'Victoria 3'. Looking at conflicts across the 19th Century, and examining their socio-political origins, global influences, and the grand strategies employed; what can we learn from War Gaming? And how can it effect history?If you'd like to learn even more, we have hundreds of history documentaries, ad free podcasts and audiobooks at History Hit - subscribe today! To download, go to Android or Apple store Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
As we begin the homestretch of our study of Napoleon's Maxims, we begin to see more and more evidence of Napoleon's psyche expressed in his written ideas on military science. It becomes easy to see why he would call himself an emperor and have the bravado to engage the majority of Europe in open conflict. Malark continues our study of this fascinating mind. Support our Patreon! www.patreon.com/theartofwargaming Email: email@example.com Facebook: @theartofwargamingpodcast Instagram: @artofwargamingpodcast Check out more of The Art of Wargaming at www.taowargaming.com Check out more earVVyrm podcasts at www.earvvyrm.com
Sebastian Bae joins the Strategy Bridge Podcast to talk about wargaming education and design and his new game “Littoral Commander: Indo-Pacific.” Bae is the editor of the book “Forging Wargamers: A Framework for Professional Military Education.” He works as a research analyst and game designer in the defense industry and serves as an adjunct assistant professor at the Center for Security Studies at Georgetown University, where he teaches a graduate course on designing educational wargames.
In what is almost certainly our longest episode ever, Dan and Cam go a little nuts! They talk WH Fest reveals, how to survive the wait for a new edition, and what to do when some jerk brings warm beer over for a game. We're not advocating for violence, but the honorable thing would have been for the guy to commit seppuku. https://twitter.com/DB_Sleazy https://twitter.com/BrotherSRM https://www.patreon.com/40kBadcast https://40kbadcast.bigcartel.com/ firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kane of Citizen Free Press joins Charlie to answer crucial questions, like "How much will Trump indictments affect the 2024 race?," "What stories are flying under the radar among conservatives?," and most important, "How far will Northwestern go in the NCAA tournament?" Then, Libby Emmons of The Post Millennial digs into the background of the transgender radical whose lies about Charlie helped stoke a dangerous riot at UC-Davis.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
From December 7, 2019: Wargaming has long been a staple of military strategizing, but how do we plan for the future in cyberspace, a realm where governments do not hold a monopoly on capabilities? A new report from the Atlantic Council argues that "visualizing and describing the evolution of cyber capabilities and strategic competition require envisioning multiple futures," and the report sets out to do exactly that. This week, Lawfare's Susan Hennessey sat down with John Watts, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council's Scowcroft Center for Strategy and Security, and JD Work, the Bren Chair for Cyber Conflict and Security at the Marine Corps University, who are authors of "Alternate Cybersecurity Futures," along with Nina Kollars, Ben Jensen, and Chris Whyte. They talked about the behind-the-scenes of strategic policy planning, the value of creativity, and what scenarios emerge when you ask cybersecurity experts to predict the future.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.