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In each episode of the podcast, we will focus our attention on one heavy game to discuss. We’ll share our thoughts and opinions on the game with our listeners. Our intention is not to teach you how to play but to help inform you about the game and hopefully help you decide if a game is one you’d like.
 
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.
 
Mike Lester, Zach Kagan, Tor Uggen, and Micah (aka Belly) are four pals with varying degrees of experience in stand up comedy and fantasy card games. In I Love You Mana, they discuss Magic: The Gathering and its surrounding culture in a manner accessible to almost anyone, with a level of accuracy that will leave pedants with plenty to correct them on.
 
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.
 
Boards Alive is a podcast where we talk about tabletop games. Our goal is to show that tabletop gaming can be just as exciting and engaging as Hollywood movies or big budget video games. We try to highlight games that have a rich theme that connects with the mechanics of the game. We want to help people escape into tabletop games and enjoy the competition and camaraderie of gaming.
 
Button Shy is the little guy in a big world. A small board game publisher trying to make an impact on a fast paced industry with thousands of new games a year. Without being able to compete with low prices or large print runs, Button Shy is simply just doing things it’s own way.
 
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!
 
The Tantrum House Board Gaming Podcast features the entire crew from Tantrum House! Four married couples—each with their own distinct board gaming preferences—get together each week to talk about board games that are coming to Kickstarter, games that have arrived in the mail, and ones they are looking forward to playing again soon. They cover topics like how to build up your local board gaming community, how to get your game onto Kickstarter, and pretty much every other hobby topic under the ...
 
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Episode 185 - Anticipated Games of GenCon Introduction: Jaws of the Lion News/Crowdfunding: Game of Hunt: the family magnetic board game - 5 days, $42 The SPILL - 6 days, $45 Games Played: Venice Dogs of War D&D - Saltmarsh Anticipated Games of GenCon 2021: Jason - Camel Up: Off Season Pretzel Games $40 For Purchase Katie - Picture Perfect, Arcane …
 
This week, Adrian gets outplayed by a mom, Zach survives long enough to die somewhere convenient, and Jeff collects some dolls. 00:00:28 - Engagement Period: Stream-free 00:01:48 - What have we been playing?: Now Boarding, Ares Expedition, Dokmus, Matryoshka, Clank Legacy, Exit: Gate Between Worlds, Hanabi 00:24:08 - Mid-Show Plug: MHCC 2 00:31:43 …
 
In this resplendent 154th episode of the Shut Up & Sit Down podcast, Ava and Tom are going to be talking about a whole bouquet of different games!Tune in for some thoughts on the gently charming Luna Capital, and Ava’s segment on ‘games what were one thing but are now a different thing’ - where we’ll be talking about Terraforming Mars: Ares Expedit…
 
Kingdoms of Amalur is now something of a cult classic, and its recent remaster is something to be celebrated. Here is a sprawling, epic RPG which manages to be accessible and fun - and which doesn’t require poring over stats in order to make decisions. Even taking into account its huge size, this is a game which people who are often turned off by R…
 
NEW!!! Support the podcast by going to https://rally.io/creator/GEEX and either purchasing a campaign reward at the bottom of the page, like getting a podcast shoutout, or buying and holding $GEEX yourself! Every Tuesday $GEEX holders will get a live chat on the Discord server. More info at http://discord.gg/feliciaday Podcasts: a16z Podcast Crypto…
 
In this constructively 155th episode of the Shut Up & Sit Down podcast, Quinns and Tom are absolutely going to build you two cities and then bury you in witches. Today we’re talking about Magnate: The First City and North Berkeley, two very different takes on the property market with at least some political undercurrents, and we’ve got Witchstone, …
 
Lowell and David are joined by Will H., a Gauntlet GM, player, and pretty cool human. Show Notes: 00:01:21 - David's Games Played and Spotlight - Voidheart Symphony 00:14:31 - Will's Games Played and Spotlight - Rust Hulks 00:27:29 - Lowell's Games Played and Spotlight - Trail of Cthulhu Second Segment - 00:38:05- Will talks about Red Markets Givin…
 
We welcomed the hosts of The Memory Jar Podcast, David P. and Christian W., to the ILYM HQ for a special, crossover podcast bonanza. David and Christian dazzled Mike, Zach, Tor and Micah (Belly) with their knowledge of MTG history, lore and minutia; we learned about the origins of The Memory Jar Podcast*; Micah got valuable feedback from David on h…
 
Following up on the last episode "Content to paint to" This episode Douw and Gregg give you tips on miniature hoppy painting itself. From techniques to use to make your life easier to handy tips in working in a South African climate! Keep your brush tips nice and pointy with us as you listen along Want to join us live? Check us out at https://www.t…
 
Tonight on GeekNights, we review Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile. It's a solid legacy game that's worth taking a look at. In the news, Rym finally played West of Loathing and is sorting out if we'll play Aliens: Fireteam Elite, The CEO of Broken Token steps down (but still owns the company...) after abuse and harassment allegations, the CEO of…
 
GameEnthus Podcast ep435: Made at Checkpoint or Subpar Sequels This week Will (@The_Wesson) from Knoxville By Night Podcast, Tiny (@Tiny415) and Aaron (@Ind1fference) talk about: D&D, Jurassic World, Marvel What If?, Marvel Zombies, Star Trek: Lower Decks, Picard, The Suicide Squad, Fast9, A Quiet Place Part II, The Matrix Resurrections, Spider-Man…
 
Playstation held their September showcase this week and 2 out of 3 of us were pretty excited by what we saw. If you think about it, you can probably guess who was less than enthused. Between announcements of new Marvel games, a Star Wars remake, and a look at God of War Ragnarok, the showcase proved to be pretty exciting overall, and that’s what we…
 
While one of the appeals of following a specific game designer is the comforting familiarity of what they do best, it's also really fun to see them go off the garden path. We're looking at games and mechanics where one of our beloved designers zigged, when they easily could've zagged. Before we go our own way, we talk about Biosphere, The Ratcatche…
 
The Best Family Friendly Indie Games of 2021! Stephen and Amanda are here for video game week! This week they are talking about the best family friendly indie games of 2021! https://engagedfamilygaming.com/console-pc-gaming/best-family-friendly-indie-games-of-2021/ Give us a listen! This podcast is sponsored by: The Virtual Economy Podcast The EFG …
 
Matt, Lolies and Meehan talk about what they’ve been up to this week! Which, er, doesn’t include that many board games, so we talk about Shang-Chi, Jungle Cruise and a bunch of other fun stuff instead. Matt has played the simply charming Happy City, and there’s also time to chat about why board games are going to cost more, whether SolForge Fusion …
 
In this episode of On Board Games, Erik and Don talk with Marc from the Grand Gamers Guild about games they've played recently, including: Endangered Marvel Champions Architects of the Collosium IDW Games Artemis Odyssey Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/grandgamersguild/the-artemis-odyssey?ref=discovery&term=artemis (14:37) Next th…
 
You must choose! Before Agricola or After Agricola. James & Sanchez look into the titles that came before & after this 2007 hinge point in board gaming and which ones they just can't live without. We also discuss recent plays of Indonesia, Regicide, Skull, and more! Enjoy the show! (3:20) Innovation Tournament (10:23) Mr. Face (13:25) Cat in the Bo…
 
In our 194th episode, the Tantrum House Crew discuss games coming to Kickstarter and what we are excited to see coming out at Gen Con. We also talk about Shang-Chi. Sponsors: Boardwalk, Bezier Games, AEG, The Game Steward, Game Toppers Tantrum House Podcast E.194—"Heading to Gen Con"File Size: 56755 kbFile Type: mp3Download File…
 
This week, Fantasy Flight loses the Keys to the Forge, CMoN gets all fungible on us, Hanamikoji gets a septet of expansions, and I am in Miami! TOP STORIES (2:15) CMoN enters the world of NFTs KeyForge algorithm is broken, stops new deck production Santa Monica: Long Weekend announced Tholos coming from Perro Loko Games 2 player Espresso Doppio com…
 
Episode 184 - Favorite “Mystery” Games Introduction: News: 2 WILD: Serengeti - 6 days, $52 The Split - 5 days, $21 Games Played: Cleopatra and the Society of Architects On the Rocks Summer Camp Favorite ”Mystery” Game: Jason - Detective Club Katie - Mystery of the Abbey Jason - Batman Gotham City Mystery Katie - Awkward Guests Jason - Clue Great Mu…
 
Ambie and Crystal discuss a couple games they've played recently, including Wok and Roll, Kopi King, and Chope. We then talk about board game expansions and what makes us like or dislike them. Recent Games: 0:41 Replayability: 14:57 Outro: 35:08 Join our discord: https://discord.gg/WvRVnVeYMS Wok and Roll: https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/31…
 
This episode's thought process consists of diving into A. I, the good, scary, and the art of the possible with Ph.D. acclaimed Colin. Matt delves into the popular film - The Fifth Element and the other side steps into 4 other random films. And we all try to decipher some news that made the headlines. Warning: Explicit Content…
 
This episode offers advice, tips, and strategies for running one-shot ttrpg sessions. The unedited audio comes from a Gauntlet Community seminar run by Lowell Francis (@edige23). Seminar Outline Pitches Prep and setting up the materials Session start Keeping character creation tight Teaching rules Structure Pacing Safety What makes a one-shot work …
 
That’s right, folks. we’re bringing back ILYM PRESENTS—a series that, in a departure from the chaos of our main feed, hones in on a specific topic related to the children’s card game we all know and love. And who better to deep dive MTG Stonks with than, friend of the show, Uber Chewy (Chris), who started it all with Stonks Part I (You can find Pt.…
 
Have a bunch of two-player games you want to play? You and your partner can't agree on which ones to play? Try a Partner Swap (trademark forthcoming, and get your mind out of the gutter)! Board game TikTok champions Raina and Phil from 1 Minute Board Games took a random Wednesday off and swapped partners with Going Analog: Phil and Shoe played head…
 
One of the things we love to do, especially if we're playing a game for the first time, is analyse it while we're playing. We're sure this totally isn't annoying for those around us. In particular, we love picking apart little mechanical choices, imagining what the designer's thought process was, and wondering "why is that like that?" Before we get…
 
This week, China implemented a new ban on online games. This means that everyone under the age of 18 is only allowed to play for ONE hour on Fridays, weekends, and special holidays. Why would they do this? Besides parents complaining about gaming addiction are there bigger reasons for the ban? What do gamers think of this restriction and what does …
 
It’s the Weekender! There was a dearth of conventions this year so we decided to hold our own! In this episode, we share the awesomeness of that weekend of gaming and some tips for creating your own event. As well as what we are playing, building, reading and drinking. There is also a video version of the podcast if you want to remember what we loo…
 
Welcome to a brand new season of TGiB, has anything changed? No. So this week Paula takes the chair as the gang trivia, improv and guess wildly their way through a nonsense show. This Game is Broken is a comedy board game panel show with Matthew Jude, Dave Luza, Paula Deming, Nick Murphy and Mike Murphy. We play a lot of nonsense games full of role…
 
In this episode, Tom, Suzanne, and Eric discuss Shake Up, Rise of the Metro, Almadi, Happy City, EXIT: The Gate Between Worlds, and Picture Perfect. We answer questions from the mailbag, and then the words start flying as we list our Top Ten Games that make it easy to Trash Talk. Support for The Dice Tower comes from TheOp.games and GameNerdz.com.…
 
Flash Point combines the talents of director Wilson Yip and star Donnie Yen, two of the foremost individuals who kept the fire of Hong Kong action cinema burning in the 2000s. The two had worked together before, and would do so again, but Flash Point is arguably the film on which their abilities really clicked for the first time. On this project, Y…
 
Lolies and Meehan are back in the pod booth as they join Matt to talk about what we’ve been playing, answer your questions about discovering our favourite board games and offer our suggestions for the cast of the Blades in the Dark TV show! Yes, Danny DeVito is involved. Lolies gives her thoughts on finishing Machi Koro Legacy, Meehan sees whether …
 
This week's guest is head of Surprised Stare Games, Alan Paull. We talk about post war Britain, writing for the classics and the art of war...but which games did he choose? Support the show here: https://www.patreon.com/5g4d Civilisation: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/71/civilization Lost Battles: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/83325/los…
 
This week, Hot Banana Dim Sum for everyone, The Mysterium designer gets a Settlement, Poketto continues to be minty fresh, The Queen’s Gambit replaces Jedi with Grandmasters, and King Arthur gets all Smashed Up. TOP STORIES (2:10) Inevitable price rise coming from Fantasy Flight and Atomic Mass Games Greg Spence responds to accusations, steps down …
 
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