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Felicia Day is an actor, writer, producer and author of the bestselling memoir "You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)". Her podcast "Felicitations!" covers her bi-weekly perspective on such geeky topics as gaming, television, book reading, but also often veers into her personal life as a creator and parent. She answers questions submitted by the audience at #felicitations on Twitter!
 
Welcome to Ludology, an analytical discussion of the how’s and why’s of the world of board games. Rather than news and reviews, Ludology explores a variety of topics about games from a wider lens, and discusses game history, game design and game players. Ludology is part of The Dice Tower Network, the premier board game media network.
 
We’ve spent over a decade in the tabletop gaming space, as content creators, local store owners, and online retailers. Now it’s time to answer your questions, dive into complex topics, and have an incredible amount of fun along the way -- featuring exclusive updates, candid dialogue, and fascinating interviews with designers, publishers, and visionaries.
 
A show about board games meant to appeal to gamers while still being accessible to people who don't know a lot about the subject. Each week, hosts Bill and Dylan, two long-time friends who both love board games, will discuss a wide array of board gaming topics, from game mechanics to deep dives on specific games to explaining what some of the jargon board game enthusiasts use even means!
 
A journey into the things we love: D&D / RPGs, tabletop games, wargames, video games, comics and comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who, fan films, movies, TV, books, sci-fi, fantasy, more! Hosted by a fellow geek that supports and encourages geeks and our fandoms in all of their various splendor! Come along and get your geek on (or maybe even discover you inner geek)!
 
Host Tim Jennette (Metal Meeple), co-hosts Matt RoBear, and Eric Ledford talk about and discuss boardgames, video games, music, and movies. Tim is a board game video reviewer for "The Dice Tower" youtube channel and wanted to share more of this thought on boardgaming and his other hobbies. Matt and Tim met when they started the hardcore/metalcore band "Morning Augment" and have been playing music and gaming ever since!
 
In a world over saturated by crunchy and dreary Euro Board Games, one podcast show takes a stand. The No Cube Zone is all about exploring the games that fall beyond the realm of Euro. Games about theme, social interaction, and luck... Ya, we'll end up talking Euro games occasionally, it's inevitable.
 
On Who, What, Why? I discuss game design with those who make games and try to learn more about the game design process. Each episode I interview a designer, publisher, developer, artist, etc. of tabletop games such as card, board, or role playing. Some episodes discuss big ideas in design rather than individual games. I have both mainstream and independent developers as guests.
 
Four Corners of the Board is hosting by 4 friends who enjoy getting together and playing board games. We are all relatively new to the hobby (a few years) and all have very different preferences of board games which can lead into some lively discussions! Each podcast we take one board game and discuss it in depth. What we like and don't like about the game and maybe some ways we will play it differently in the future (variants).
 
Meeple Overboard! is a podcast about board games, the gaming community, and our little slice of heaven that plays them. We're Chris and Wendy, and we love board games. Each Saturday, we'll bring you a half-hour episode featuring three segments:1. Shop Talk! We'll discuss a general board gaming topic, answer your questions, or discuss some news.2. Random Rally! We've got lots of interests, and eat lots of tasty things, and have a lot to share. Random Rally! is a few minutes of food for though ...
 
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Episode 142 - Our Top 100 Games of All Time (80-71): Introduction: News: Turf War: Unicorn City - 4 days, $20 Twisted Fables - 5 days, $35 Studies in Sorcery - 6 days, $19 Weird Giraffe Games played: Amerigo Abomination Our Top 100 Games of All Time (80-71): Jason 80 - Terra Mystica Katie 80 - Tokaido Jason 79 - Circadians: First Light Katie 79 - S…
 
In This episode, Zach hangs around a school, Jeff curses some barbarians, and Adrian enjoys the power in rage quitting an app. 00:00:40 - greyfoxgames.com 20% off - MHSPOOKY 00:01:47 - What have we been playing?: Spirit Island, Arkham Horror 3rd, Civilization A New Dawn: Terra Incognita, Root App 00:48:38 - Banter Break!: WoW, Painting, Tapestry ex…
 
Our Halloween Special is an incursion into the cursed world of Board with Life Adventures! Members of PHG go on a doomed treasure hunt in a custom Trophy Dark session ran by Donald. Will anyone survive? Will we get every rule wrong? Only one way to find out! Follow us - Twitter - @plaidhatgames Facebook - @plaidhatgames Instagram - @officialplaidha…
 
- Breaking - This is our D&D "actual play" campaign featuring the Board with Life cast and crew! This Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition campaign titled "XP Academy" takes place in a custom campaign setting created by Donald about a school for heroes in one of the weirdest and most forbidden places on the globe. The players rolled their stats and sta…
 
In this show, we talk about Boomerangs, Furnace, The Haunted Mansion: Call of the Spirits, and Escape the Room: The Cursed Dollhouse. Geoff talks about auctions, and we answer a pile of questions. What do we think of Boardgamearena? What to do if you only play one Pandemic Legacy game? What's a tableau? What to do if a rule isn't clear? And many mo…
 
This episode, we "Descend" into that dungeon once more, good friends, "Diplomacy" shapes political careers, and sheep are coming for your feet. Plus, Chris and Kitty discuss Kickstarters for "Veiled Fate" and "Project L: Finesse." TOP STORIES: Fantasy Flight gives us a peek at "Descent: Legends of the Dark." ForeignPolicy.com publishes a story abou…
 
* GameEnthus Podcast ep421: OG HuCard or Monosyllabic This week Eric Slauson (@slausondesigns) designer of MonsDRAWsity, Tattoo Stories, and Nerd Words: Science joins Mike (@AssaultSuit), Tiny (@Tiny415) and Aaron (@Ind1fference) to talk about: Slauson Designs, Tattoo Stories, MonsDRAWsity, Nerd Word Science, Bokksu Japanese Snack Box, Quibi, The G…
 
My overview of Michael Moorcock’s epic Elric saga continues, and concludes, with this second part. The guide covers the eight main novels in the sequence in their internal chronological order; to catch up with the first four novels, be sure to read or listen to part I. Following those first four books, Elric has made enemies in what remains of his …
 
This week Stephen and Linda talk about board games! This time they are talking about spooky games to play with your family on this very weird Halloween! This podcast is sponsored by: The Virtual Economy Podcast The EFG Facebook Community https://engagedfamilygaming.com/board-games/thirteen-spooky-games-for-the-whole-family/ Follow us on Facebook! L…
 
Writer, director, and producer Adam Lawson (Snakes on a Plane, Escape the Night, The Eighth, TableTop) joins to talk The Kill Journal, a horror graphic novel about survivors of supernatural slashers who band together to get revenge. Which version of Michael Meyers is the most frightening? Michael vs Jason. What does Adam think of “newer” horror mov…
 
This episode I speak once again to Mike Tuñez of Firelock Games. Firelock Games are most renowned for their historical skirmish games set in the 1600-1700’s, thats the age of privateers, pirates, and freebooters to you and me. As this show is live Firelock are in the midst of a new Kickstarter campaign designed to produce a giant section of all the…
 
Matt, Lolies and Meehan are back in the booth for another half-and-a-bit of nattering about board games, RPGs and anything else that crosses our minds. This week, we chat about the return of Dungeonbreaker, our thoughts on the latest attempt to make a digital game table, new games from the designers of Splendor and Agricola, and more. There’s also …
 
Welcome to this super spooky edition of the No Cube Zone... In this particularly creepy episode, your hosts discuss their recent endeavors, tell the tale of the scariest thing to ever happen to them, and round out the episode with a discussion on Dead of Winter. Stay tuned to the end of the episode to hear details on our season finale and a special…
 
Chris and Wendy steal an idea from Board Game Barrage. What would you repurchase if you only had $100 after losing your entire game collection? We take on the challenge. Then, we review Hoop Godz, currently on Kickstarter by Board Game Brothas. Live as of the posting of this episode, so go check it out: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/omariaki…
 
Zelda's 35th Anniversary is coming up next year in 2021. Our resident Zelda expert Matt Warmbier speculates on what might come as part of the Zelda anniversary. Will we get a Breath of the Wild 2 release alongside a collection of the 2D or 3D games on Switch in the same way Mario received the 3D All-Stars treatment. All this along with Kate's "mang…
 
Host Tim Jennette (Metal Meeple), and co-hosts: Eric Ledford and George Breden, begin the show with first impressions for the board games: Architects of the West Kingdom (Garphill Games), Ecos: First Continent (Alderac Entertainment Group), and Tash-Kalar (Czech Games Editions / Z-Man Games) Since they have went through their Top 5 games with plast…
 
The second publisher featured on our Industry Insight series, Jamey Stegmaier (Viticulture, Scythe) of Stonemaier Games (Wingspan, Pendulum) discusses the lead up to COVID, the adaptations made in 2020, and where things go from here - for both publishing and retail. Nothing is off the table. Find all previous casts, as well as products, subscriptio…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review Star Wars: Squadrons. It's great. It lacks some polish, but the gameplay is sound, the game is solid, and it's almost definitely worth your while. In the news, online chess has a cheating problem, Golden Axed was the product of unethical crunch, and some people are having problems using their Quest 2 due to Facebook…
 
Everyone loves lists! In this episode James and Sanchez run down their current top 20, and the Dads on a Map listeners weigh in with their combined Top 20 as well. Who will emerge on top of each list? Listen and find out! Support the Show - Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/dadsonamap Twitter and Instagram - @dadsonamap BGG Guild - http://tiny.cc/Doa…
 
It's such a spooky time! Not as spooky as next month, mind you, but spooky enough to tell a tale of BLOOD! Show Notes: Run Time: 1:49:58 Adam and I goof around for several minutes before finally getting into the sweet meat and sweet potatoes of the episode, at around the 5 minute mark. We craft a thrilling tale! Neither of us knew where this would …
 
In today’s Dice Men Cometh edition we interview all round Aussie gaming luminary, Alex Wynnter! We’re talking about all of his games including the upcoming Phantom game (and all the work involved in bringing an established IP to life!). And we review Forgotten Waters, the latest crossroads game all about Pirates! Is the pirate life for you? Only on…
 
This episode, Corey examines the job of rulebook editor, we catch up with various developments at CMON and GAMA, and Kitty and Chris showcase Kickstarters for "Windward: Treacherous Skies" and "Dungeon Fighter." TOP STORIES: CMON releases some of the findings from the investigation into their 2019 audit issues. Pokemon card sells for over $220,000 …
 
* GameEnthus Podcast ep420: Wind Mechanic Fandom or Loop Dieties This week Omari (@omariakil) designer of Hoop Godz (and Rap Godz) from @BGBrothas joins Tiny (@Tiny415) and Aaron (@Ind1fference) to talk about: Board Game Brothas, Roll for the Galaxy, Hoop Godz, Rap Godz, Escape, Terra Mystica, Life is Strange Before the Storm, Sony Walkman, Kicksta…
 
This week Stephen and Amanda talk about video games! This time they are joined by the WONDERFUL Zombaekills, Twitch Streamer extraordinaire! This podcast is sponsored by: The Virtual Economy Podcast The EFG Facebook Community Check ZombaeKillz out over on Twitch at https://www.twitch.tv/zombaekillz This episode we talk about Fortnite, Star Wars Squ…
 
By 1972, Ursula K. Le Guin was increasingly being seen as one of the most important writers of science fiction and fantasy. Following three fascinating but mostly ignored novels, the Oregon-based author and her Hainish series were brought to wide attention by The Left Hand of Darkness (1969). She had also published A Wizard of Earthsea (1968) and T…
 
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