Man, what a week. Monday worked from home. Tuesday I had off. Fireworks were going off until 1am and so I’m sleeeepy! But, it’s already Wednesday, so we’re making our way quickly through the week. But, since we didn’t have a chance yesterday to post it, we’re bringing you the Podcast Roundup now.
This week we have: 40K Radio Episode 18: Eight is Great!; Nerdherders Episode 17 (107): For the Emperor!; Exploding Dice Radio Episode 4; Epic Gaming Night Podcast Episode 112: Games on the Go; Epic Gaming Night Podcast Episode 113: The First Half of the Year!; Meeples & Miniatures Episode 218: TMTerrain; Singled Out Episode 37: Bunker Ball Tournament Report; The Secret Cabal Episode 138: Near and Far, My Village, Origins 2017 and Technology in Tabletop Gaming; The Secret Cabal Express 27: 10 Games that Don’t Hit The Table… But Should; Guild Ball Tonight Episode 63: The Boys of Summer; Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 122: Near and Far, Sentient, Lovecraft Letter, and Pit Crew; The Cardboard Herald Episode 34: Matt Leacock, designer of iconic co-op Pandemic; Plan of ATK! Episode 6; SAGA Thorsday 44 – Spanish Battleboard and Tactics Pt 1; Game Classy Episode 140: Der Swedish Rollendicen; News of the North 2017-07-04; and Man Battlestations Podcast Episode 20.
In this episode we discuss the newly released 8th edition of Warhammer 40,000. We discuss some of our favorite new units, 8th edition swag, and the experiences we’ve had with 8th edition so far. We also discuss the armies we’re probably going to end up collecting in the new edition and Ashley’s uncanny resistance to the pull of other factions.
This time out the boys are super excited for the new 8th edition release of Games Workshop’s legendary tabletop miniatures war game Warhammer 40,000! The nerds take you through what’s new and what’s changed in the newest edition, along with the usual discussion about video games, board games, TV, movies and more!
In Episode 4 of EDR, Andy and Josh take a step back from Dystopian Wars to discuss Firestorm Armada as well as Halo Fleet Battles and Halo Ground Command! In the first segment, Andy talks to Josh about how the development of Firestorm Armada 3.0 is coming along. In segment two, Andy and Josh are joined by Spartan Vanguards Doug and Vincent to talk some Halo.
Streets of Arkham! Expansion for Mansions of Madness!
The Legend of Korra from IDW
New Unlock scenarios!
Asmodee changing to map policy…
We Take a Look at the first half of 2017 and talk about what we have been playing!
The Meeples crew get together once again to talk about what they have been up to, which this week includes Dungeon Saga, Runewars Miniatures Game and painting.
In our feature interview, we are joined by guest David Marshall from TMTerrain
We discuss how David started in the hobby, how he got into making custom terrain and quiz him about the techniques he uses when building scenery. This also includes a Q&A with listener questions.
We hope you enjoy the show.
In this episode Jason goes to the Bunker Ball tournament, and plays Blackheart, despite his promises to play Ox like a real man.
The Founders are back from Origins and give you a recap of the weekend and the games we played. Then we give Near and Far the feature review treatment and a look back at My Village one year later. After Tony T gives his professional news broadcast the gang discuses technology and the future of tabletop gaming.
Chris and Jamie made their list of 10 games that for whatever reason never seem to hit the table even though they’re awesome games.
– Farmers release date
– Breaking News: #ApprenticePony
– Travel and events recap
We are well rested after our recent vacations and back at the mics. Because of the vacations, we have a backlog of games, so we have four for you in this episode. We also revisit our vacations and our experiences. As always, Origins was a blast for Marty and he got to sample the food at the vendor hall, the food at MELT, and of course the food at the North Market. Oh, and he played a few games.
Jack talks with THE co-op guy, Matt Leacock. Matt’s designs include Pandemic, Forbidden Island, Forbidden Desert, Knit Wit, Pandemic: Legacy, and Mole Rats in Space. We talk about his secret origins, how it feels to have the most anticipated game of all time, type-casting, and more.
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Mack Martin, games designer & passionate miniature gamer, joins us in the 3rd chair!
Up first we learn about the Conan: Rise of Monsters game. What was the games goal and what was unique about the rules and design?
Later Mack, Craig, & Russ discuss recent trends in miniature gaming. How do things look in 2017?
It’s here! The new edition of Warhammer 40,000 has arrived and this episode is dedicated entirely to discussion of Dark Imperium and the new 40k rulebook except for a brief moment when Simon plugs his work on the upcoming Planet of the Apes: The Miniatures Boardgame! Simon and Laurie delve deep into the models of Dark Imperium, their own hobby plans, the games they’ve already played and discuss the new book in excruciating depth before answering questions from listeners. If you’re not a 40k player, this episode is not for you! Unless you want to be a 40k player in which case it is for you!
The new 40k is real good, you guys.
Rodge here aka the Wisco Horndog. Welcome to SAGA THORSDAY – your weekly source for Saga the miniatures game content!
This week, I discuss some Spanish Saga Tactics with the Monty (@TwinCitiesGamer) from the TwinCitiesGamer blog!
Joe and Steve put on their viking helmets and go a-raiden up to Scandinavia thanks to a listener this cast. They also talk about the new 40k edition, Cool Minis kickstarters, and Geek Chic’s doors closin’.
The July 4th, 2017 edition of News of the North is live. Here’s our weekly selection of interesting news items in the miniature wargaming world.
We talk about: Infinity, Terrible Kids Stuff, Shieldwolf Miniatures, Zenit Miniatures, Privateer Press, Kromlech.eu, Reaper Miniatures, Circle of Blood, 4Ground and Apocalypse Miniatures.
Greetings! In Episode 20 of the MBS Podcast, Greg and Andy discuss some of the major changes that have been made in the 2.5 edition of Dystopian Wars. Later, they take a look at the boardgame They Come Unseen from Osprey Games, and Andy ruminates on edition changes in this month’s Ruckdogs Report!
DW 2.5 Initial Look: 31 min
They Come Unseen Review: 1 Hr 23 Min
Ruckdog’s Report: 2 Hr 8 Min