The work week is firmly underway. I know I like to have some sounds going on beside the random clacking of keyboard keys and the conversations coming from the other offices. That’s why I keep my regular list of gaming podcasts (as well as several groomed Pandora stations). Seeing as it is Tuesday, that means sharing a new crop of podcasts with you to hopefully make your week go by smoothly.
This week we have: The D6 Generation Episode 222: Stronghold Games Update & Who’s Character is it Anyway?; Guild Ball Tonight: A Status Update from Phil; Singled Out Episode 48: Talking Union In Chains With Sherwin; SAGA THORSDAY Episode 57: 1 Year of Saga Thorsday; The Secret Cabal Express 31: The Joy of Warhammer 40,000; The Cardboard Herald Episode 47: Kathleen Donahue of Labyrinth Games & Puzzles; Rolling Dice & Taking Names Podcast Episode 128: 7th Continent, Professor Evil & the Citadel of Time, Codenames: Duet, Shadespire; Epic Gaming Night Podcast Episode 125: Game Protector!; Forgot My Dice Episode 27: Things Start Exploding With Loot; and Meeples & Miniatures Episode 231: Time of Legends: Joan of Arc.
Stephen Buonocore, of Stronghold Games, joins us in the third chair!
Up first, Stephen gives us the update on Stronghold Games along with their new hotness coming this fall, like Space Freaks.
And later…”Who’s Character Is it Anyway?” in which we try our hand at RPG improve?
Just a quick update from Phil explaining why we’ve gone dark for the last month or so.
Sorry, thanks for understanding, we’ll be back, love you all
Andrew and Jason talk to Sherwin about the upcoming Union In Chains community event. They also talk about Resident Evil, and the WTC.
Rodge here, aka the Wisco Horndog. Welcome to SAGA THORSDAY – your weekly source for Saga the miniatures game content!
This week, I ramble about the last year of Saga Thorsday and discuss what is yet to come!
Jamie is joined by Bender from Lords of the Dungeon to discuss Games Workshop’s 8th edition of Warhammer 40,000 miniatures game. The battle brothers discuss a little about the history, the warring factions and how to get started in the hobby from two guys getting into it themselves.
Kathleen Donahue didn’t start as a gamer, but that didn’t stop her from opening one of the most celebrated and beloved game stores in recent years, Labyrinth Games & Puzzles in Washington DC! We cover everything from FLGS etiquette to her secret origins brokering chemical cleaner deals with Mexico, not to mention what it’s like to live, game, and retail on capital hill. Kathleen has led a fascinating life, and her impact on the gaming scene in DC, through her store, community outreach, and founding the thriving regional convention WashingCon, has been immeasurable.
Tony is on vacation for this episode, but before he left we were able to record our views on Codenames:Duet and Professor Evil and the Citadel of Time. While he’s gone, Rich Sommer from Cardboard! joined me as co-host to help navigate this episode.
Plus we have our second Scurry Report where we talk about the massive adventure game, 7th Continent. And my son joins me for a segment to share his thoughts on the new miniature game from from Games Workshop, Shadespire.
Marvel Legendary Homecoming
7th Continent Kickstarter
What we have been playing?
(Roy) Magic the Gathering Commander
(Rob) Ashes: Rise of the Phoenixborn
(Matt) No board games but Divinity: Original Sin 2
Topic: Protecting your Games
Do you do anything to protect your games?
Do you sleeve of your cards?
Have you ever used coin cases to protect your tokens?
Do you use deck boxes?
Have you ever used game organizers?
Do you have rules about food around your games?
Is there games you are more likely to try to keep in good condition than others?
Do you have anything games that would be collectors items that you want to keep In good condition?
Welcome to episode 27 of the Forgot My Dice podcast! This week we deep dive the new hotness Massive Darkness by CMON. Robert spent the last few weeks in the embrace of Destiny 2. Jonathan, on the other hand, was forced to be a good parent. All this, plus we talk about Table Top News, a lot of RPG Kickstarters, what we have had off the shelf, and so much more. Stay awhile and listen!
Due to the length of this week’s feature interview, this weeks show has minimal chat about what we’ve been getting up to. Instead, we launch into our feature, which is an interview with game designer Jake Thornton.
The main aim of the chat is to find out the latest on Mythic Battles: Pantheon and also find out as much as possible about the forthcoming game: Time of Legends: Joan of Arc, which is launching on Kickstarter on the 10th October.
We hope you enjoy the show.