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Best Unplugged Gamers podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Unplugged Gamers podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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A queer board game and pop culture podcast dedicated to being a shining light in the LGBTQ+ community with co-hosts: Danny, Theo and Ella. In each episode we will have segments broken down into our patent pending, copy written, trademarked LGBTQ formula: Life, Get to know the Gamer, Board Games, Trending topics, and Queer News.
 
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We've got the news, the reviews (Silver from Bezier Games, Menace Among Us from Smirk & Dagger, and more!), and the.....cool personalities? News Secret Hilter being played in State Senate https://madison.com/wsj/news/local/govt-and-politics/gop-senator-wants-legislative-pages-to-stop-playing-secret-hitler/article_d5b4ed05-c503-5e86-8534-8de650fd3e1…
 
Our guest this week is George Kaponay. George and his family have been traveling the world for many years. They designed The Intuition Game to help families explore their superpower. The post 181 – George Kaponay & The Intuition Game – The Family Gamers Podcast appeared first on The Family Gamers.By The Family Gamers Podcast
 
Jason is joined this week by thebrandt, his good buddy from the Portal Gaming Podcast, to chat about some solo games hitting the table recently. But before we get into all of the fun, we give a heartfelt, final shout out to a podcast that came directly before this one - Low Player Count. They recently released the final episode in their run, so we'…
 
It's fundraising week, and that means we're going all out! Not only will we talk about the ways (including some new ways) to support The Thoughtful Gamer, but we're answering listener questions and giving 5 games our "Masterpiece Games" honor! Plus it's our biggest podcast group ever, with Marc, Matt, Orion, Bubba, and Lindsay contributing their th…
 
Jason is back in the chair solo this week, and can't believe it's taken 176 episodes to get to this topic! Jason is a licensed, practicing psychotherapist in Connecticut who has used board games in his therapy for almost a decade. Along with way, Jason has accrued some go-to board games for different situations, dealing with mental health and welln…
 
First episode recorded in 2020! We talk about what we are expecting this year, then we go into lots of board game reviews such as the Adventure Games from Kosmos, Cat Cafe from Alley Cat Games, and the Pickle Rick game from Cryptozoic. Email us your comments and questions at feedback@boardsandswords.com. You can find the show on twitter @Boardsands…
 
For our 175th episode (nice round number!), Jason welcomes Dice Tower veteran and current outreach manager for Mythic Games, Sam Healey. He is famous in the gaming community for his love of miniatures in board games, so we could think of no on better to chat about the subject. We answer the critical question - what is the point of them? Jason gets …
 
Join us for episode 29 & get to know Ella all over again. We also talk about the boardgames Puerto Rico, Break the Code, & Dice Throne Season 2. For trending topics, we chatted about hot movies and tv shows that moved us - Marriage Story, Young and the Restless, and Parasite. For Queer News, let's get to know the new Queens from Ru Paul's Drag Race…
 
We’ve had to reschedule some recordings for various reasons, so Episode 143 was going to be super huge (spoiler, it was huge anyways). So I decided to write a few more jokes than normal and put out a special bit to hold you over until the full up episode drops. Oh, and Collin and Cindy were there too. Email us your comments and questions at feedbac…
 
I've never met anyone at passionate about the transformative power of gaming as Ken Franklin. Matt and I caught up with him at PAX Unplugged and chatted about his designs, his faith, and why non zero-sum games can change the world. [Headphones recommended due to some background noise] 0:39 - Ken Franklin's history with board games2:30 - The Mansky …
 
Liz from Beyond Solitaire is back to chat about two of our favorite things - games and history! We have two games for review this week. The first is Days of Ire (2:52), a classic cooperative game (or 1 vs. many game) depicting the struggle of revolutionaries during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The game was released in 2016, yet much of the gam…
 
Matt and Marc sit down to discuss the new Magic: The Gathering set, focusing on limited formats (ie the best formats). Which colors looks the best? What kind of new stuff does Theros: Beyond Death bring? Why are there so many enchantments? Let us know what you think about this podcast and maybe we'll continue doing something similar for each new se…
 
We roll on with our Best in Class series with one of the most popular genres out there. Thanks so much to everyone who has given positive feedback on the "Best in Class" format so far - we like it, and we'd love to keep bringing it to you! This week, Jason and friends tackle deckbuilding games. When Jason put out the call on twitter to explore deck…
 
My conversation with Gil quickly flew by, and before we knew it we were nearly 2 hours in and geeking out about sports. Gil is overflowing with knowledge and enthusiasm about games and design, and our conversation touched on digital games, publishing, Gil's designs, podcasting, and more. Check out what Gil's doing at Formal Ferret and Ludology. 1:4…
 
We’re looking both forward and backward this week, examining last year’s resolutions and using what we’ve learned to come up with new goals for 2020. Thanks to our sponsor, First Move Financial, for helping support The Family Gamers Podcast. What We’ve Been Playing Koi – from Smirk & Dagger. Goldfish are mean. Dungeon Academy – from The OP. We have…
 
Our Best in Class companion series to the Top 100 Solo Games People's Choice rolls on! Today, Jason is ecstatic to welcome back a friend of the show, Adam Smith from Rolling Solo. This man knows more about recent dungeon crawl games than any other content creator out there. We get into what we like about dungeon crawl games, as well as what disting…
 
Five Games for Doomsday quickly established itself as one of the premier board game podcasts. In it, Ben Maddox interviews people from all parts of the board game world with incisive questions, illuminating who they are as people. I sat down with Ben to talk a bit about his work with the podcast and a lot about board game reviewing. What is the rol…
 
It's the last podcast of 2019, so how was the year? Also, we've got a stack of various board game inserts from GameFit and The Broken Token and we talk about what we think of them. Email us your comments and questions at feedback@boardsandswords.com. You can find the show on twitter @Boardsandswords, or on facebook at facebook.com/boardsandswords. …
 
Jason is happy to welcome a long-time listener, first-time caller Corey Mayo to the pod! He is very, very well known among solo gamers who frequent BGG or Facebook, as he always has something to say about the games of the day. In this episode, we talk about Corey's favorite genre - thematic adventure games. We get into our working definition of the…
 
Welcome to our last episode for 2019! We count down the boardgames we think are the best of the best for 2019. Life 00:00:59 Theo the weatherman is back and we talk about our drag names! 🌳Cartographers 00:11:07 🦕Draftosaurs 00:14:27 🦁Honga 00:16:59 🧟‍♂️Horrified 00:20:09 🍔Nine Tiles Panic 00:24:04 👻Paranormal Detectives 00:27:19 🤖Quirky Circuits 00…
 
Jason was lucky enough to visit PAX Unplugged earlier this month, and is eager to share about his experiences! Like the last few PAX recaps, not only does Jason give his own perspective (this time as a demoer for Starling Games teaching Everdell to 36 different groups), but we also hear from a few friends. All of these voices should be very familia…
 
We are back from Pax Unplugged! What board games did we see? What did we do? What didn't we do? News 5 Minute Mystery on Kickstarter http://www.tabletopgamingnews.com/5-Minute-Mystery-Up-On-Kickstarter Romans coming to Empires of the North http://www.tabletopgamingnews.com/Portal-Games-Announces-Roman-Banners-Expansion-For-Empires-of-the-North Gloo…
 
It's that magical time of the year when we go to PAX Unplugged and revel in beautiful wonderful games, both new and old! We talk about a lot of them here, and we barely cover half of what we saw. But don't worry, there's time to scrutinize Matt's odd perspectives on Magic drafting and bask in the gastronomical wonder that is barbacoa. 1:26 - Impres…
 
For our last episode before the holiday season, we are happy to bring to you Jason's patented "headspace" reviews for some fun games, as well as a great idea for a last-minute stocking stuffer. First up, Jason reviews Coraline: Beware the Other Mother, a quick and quirky solo/ coop card game with some neat integration of the Coraline movie IP (2:42…
 
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