Much of yesterday, I thought that it was Tuesday. I'm not entirely sure why this is. I guess I'm just anxious to get back to the weekend since I've got D&D again this Saturday. Though, of course, thinking it's a day ahead of where it actually is does tend to make the week drag a little bit, even at the beginning like this. We need to move this thing along, if you ask me. So, some gaming podcasts should help.
This week on the dial we have: Morrus' Unofficial Tabletop RPG Talk Episode 86: Cubicle 7 - Doctor Who, Middle-earth, and Warhammer with Dominic McDowall; Game Classy Episode 204: Better Late Than Never; Polyhedron Collider Episode 78: The Isle of Cats and Architects of the West Kingdom; The Secret Cabal Episode 200: Puerto Rico, Our Favorite Games We’ve Reviewed and A Look Back at the Past 8 Years; Anonymous Tabletop Episode 40: Hitting our Golden Years; and Tabletop Talk Episode 60: Malifaux Path to Podium: Swedish Nationals.
This week, Morrus and Peter are joined by Cubicle 7 CEO Dominic McDowall to talk about the history of the studio, Doctor Who, Middle-earth, Warhammer, and more! In the news, Wizards of the Coast launches a new video game studio, Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous video game launches on Kickstarter, Dungeons & Dragons Unearthed Arcana meets controversy, and more plus Our Favorite Game in All the World and a brand new sketch about murderhoboing in space, the final frontier.
Steve's going to Adepticon
The boys are back to the normal format after the Christmas and New Year excitement, and they’ve obviously forgotten how to record a podcast.
We look at Isle of Cats from City of Games, and Architects of the West Kingdom from Carphill games before delving into the burgeoning mail bag and answering questions about miniature games on Kickstarter, how can production be improved and Andy playing with his meeple under the table.
Today the Founders celebrate their 200th episode anniversary by going over the past 8 years and each giving two of their favorite games they've ever reviewed - think of it like a giant-sized Games of Yesteryear mixed with 10 Look Back segments. Then Don, Tony and Jamie go back to review a legendary board game that defined a genre, Puerto Rico. Then after Tony T's news segment, the guys take a look back at the past 8 years of The Secret Cabal Gaming Podcast and discuss what they've build and retell some of their favorite moments throughout the life of the show. AND the Founders are visited by some old friends throughout the show too!
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 40.
In this milestone 40th episode Katie gets Schweddy when she channels NPR, Tim doesn’t have any hobby updates but Lathan more than makes up for it, and Amazon thinks Dave has some very specific tastes in novels.
Then, we talk about upcoming conventions, movies and TV shows when we take a geeky look forward into 2020, we mock our northerly neighbors, and Tim breaks his mic in the middle of the show – Again…
And finally, Shut Up and Take My Money makes a Dark Return, Katie goes a bit Mad when Geeky Jean takes an episode off, and Celebrity Deathmatch uses the Force when weed killer would probably do.
Oh, and don’t forget Tim’s Sack. After all these episodes, Dave really wishes he could.
Join Craig as his guests (Victor Forsberg, Joakim Abragamsson and Adreas Soder) explain how they did so well in the 2019 Swedish Nationals event. They explain what crews the took, what they faced and the key decisions each match that brought them down the path to the podium.