As I mentioned before, this is a short week for me in the office. But it just means I’ll be hanging out at home listening to these podcasts instead of at my desk. I’ve actually got quite a bit of gaming set up for the latter half of the week. Should be a good time. So, as you’re waiting for the grill to heat up, let’s get you some gaming podcasts.
This week on the dial we’ve got: Game Classy 166: Soul Wars; Blight and Boon Episode 10: Discussing The Slayer Class; Singled Out Episode 70: An Interview With A Perkins Part Deux – sSpigot and vFangtooth; The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 44: Back to Reality; Epic Gaming Night Episode 162: Up & Down Time; The D6 Generation Episode 239: Raef’s Round Table & Announcement; The D6 Generation Pip 1: WH40K 280+ power point game thoughts; Chance of Gaming Episode 110; Meeples & Miniatures Episode 250: Q&A Extravaganza!; Playin’ and Slayin’ Episode 18: Origins and Lords of Waterdeep; The Offline Gamer Episode 31: Board Game Bash!; The Cardboard Herald Episode 86: Jamey Stegmaier – Friendship is Magical in My Little Scythe; The Secret Cabal Express 39: Age of Sigmar Second Edition Discussion and First Impressions; and Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 147: Origins 2018, Age of Sigmar Soul Wars, Lorenzo Expansion.
The boys cover all the new releases of Age of Sigmar V2
Welcome to a podcast devoted to Godtear. In this podcast we hope to track the game through it’s development and share our thoughts with how the game is progressing through it’s playtest.
In this episode Andrew and Dan discuss the Slayer class, and how the current slayer champions are played.
In this episode Andrew and Jason talk to Jamie Perkins about sSpigot and vFangtooth.
In this week’s episode we talk about a whole bunch of family games we have been playing, which means we have to counter balance it with more filth and swearing than a normal episode. Andy educates us on the difference between sonic and knuckles with Echidna Shuffle, Steve tells us about a hangry dragon in Beasts of Balance and Jon blind bets on peacock based trick taking game Pikoko.
Topic: Down time
Describe the concept of up and down time in a board game.
How do you feel about down time in games?
Does length of the game have anything to do with the amount of downtime?
What are some Games with a lot of downtime?
Raef is back in the 3rd chair!
Up first Raef hosts another one of his classic “round tables.”
Later we discuss an exciting announcement.
All that plus:
– Total Fan Girl
– Do You Ever Notice
– App of the Ep
– & More
Howdy members of the D6G Generation,
Here’s the first shot at a new approach to our content, “D6G Pip’s”. Meaning instead of a massive episode we do a single segment.
In this one Craig starts us off by describing a MASSIVE game of Warhammer 40,000 we played…over 280 power points. Ever IG model and Space Wolf model we owned was on and 4×8′ table vs more pointy eared elves than we cared to count.
In which we talk about a local MS con, drinking, 1-48 tactic, ASL, GW, kickstarters and news of the week. Features an interview with Andrew from Judgement the game.
In this episode the Meeples crew – Neil, Mike & Mike – get together to celebrate the 250th episode of the Meeples & Miniatures podcast!
In honour of the occasion, we answer a huge number of questions from listeners that have been given to us via the blog, Facebook and e-mail.
Settle yourselves in folks, this is a long one (3 hours!)
We hope you enjoy the show.
Ty returns from the Origins Game Fair and tells us all about it. This episode also premiers the “Resurrection Review” where the guys pull an old game off the shelf and see how it holds up. The game they review this time is Lords of Waterdeep.
In this episode we talk about our day at the 3rd Birmingham Board Game Bash, and have chats with some of the designers who were showing off their prototype games at the event. We also take a quick look at the latest gaming news from the E3 show a few weeks ago, as well as our usual topics of discussion!
Once again, the wonderful Mr. Stegmaier returns to our show. This is Jamey’s 4th appearance (including our New Years’ favorite gaming memories special) and we talk about everything from My Little Scythe, to work/life balance, to artwork controversies, to plans for the future. Jamey remains one of the most thoughtful, personable, and hardworking people in the industry, and I already can’t wait to have him back on the show.
Age of Sigmar Second Edition is coming out this week so Jamie and Aaron from Lords of the Dungeon talk about miniatures gaming, the lore and history of Age of Sigmar and finally give you there first impressions of the new Soul Wars starter set!
Marty returns with the wonders and not so wondrous sightings from Origins 2018. The Vendor and Game Hall were where the wonders occurred and at the hotel, there was the not so wondrous sightings due to his roommates. One thing about Origins that I always appreciated was the chance not only to play the new games, but to also get in the old games as well. Origins has a nice, relaxed atmosphere about it and if you haven’t attended, maybe someday you can. I know I hope to get back there.
Marty’s middle child Travis takes over the review corner and schools his father on Warhammer: Age of Sigmar Soul Wars. I remember the days when I had that passion for a miniature game kind of like Travis has for Warhammer. He is into the lore and really enjoys what Games Workshop is releasing these days. No wonder it is contagious for Marty. If you are thinking about dipping your toe into this or jumping back in, listening to an “expert” on the subject. So glad Travis took my place on this, I would not have done it the justice he does.
But, I had some passion this show as well for the expansion to my 2017 GoTY, Lorenzo il Magnifico. Houses of Renaissance introduces family powers and a new tower to help you gain ultimate control of the region. I always enjoy when an expansion adds some meat to a game without changing it dramatically and in my opinion, this expansion did just that. So, if you enjoy Lorenzo as much as I do, highly recommend picking this up.
As always, thanks for listening and our next episode will begin to explorer the games from Origins 2016