Nowthen, to continue the streak of good stuff with some gaming podcasts to get us through the rest of the week.
Today on the dial we've got: Game Classy Episode 167: 3D; Chance of Gaming Episode 111; Singled Out Episode 71: An Interview With A Perkins Part 33.3 – vCalculus and vCinder; Blight and Boon Episode 11: Scenario Focus – Knowledge; Cardboard Herald Episode 88: Jackson Pope Wants You To Get Creative!; The Rolistes Episode 29 (Part 1): UK Games Expo 2018, featuring Paizo Publishing, Mythic Games & Elite Dangerous RPG; The Scholarly Warrior Episode 2; Blue Peg, Pink Peg Bonus Episode: Designer Deep Dive- Founders of Gloomhaven by Isaac Childres; Playin’ and Slayin’ Episode 19: Sigmar Bears All; Lords of the Dungeon 17: Knowing What Your Players Can Do and Experience; and Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 148: Coimbra, Century Eastern Wonders, Steamrollers.
Game Classy Episode 167: 3D
The boys talk about Joe's new 3d printer, new GW releases, and how badly the new Cthulhu kickstarter is treating its backers.
Chance of Gaming Episode 111
In which we talk about Dice Tower Con, interview Volko Ruhnke, talk about the Overturn kickstarter disaster, industry news and games we played.
Singled Out Episode 71: An Interview With A Perkins Part 33.3 – vCalculus and vCinder
Andrew and Jason talk to Jamie Perkins about Veteran Calculus and Veteran Cinder, including how they were designed and how they play.
Blight and Boon Episode 11: Scenario Focus – Knowledge
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 tactics around the Knowledge Scenario, and also have a chat about Galana and Rangosh.
Cardboard Herald Episode 88: Jackson Pope Wants You To Get Creative!
I'm joined once again by Mr. Jackson Pope of Eurydice Games, co-designer of the upcoming dexterity duel "FlickFleet". Jackson is passionate about family, games, and creativity, and we talk about all of those things in this fantastic conversation.
The Rolistes Episode 29 (Part 1): UK Games Expo 2018, featuring Paizo Publishing, Mythic Games & Elite Dangerous RPG
The Rolistes is back at Birmingham’s NEC for a second series of episodes dedicated to the UK Games Expo.
The Scholarly Warrior Episode 2
Daniele Bolelli from History on Fire and Teras Cassidy from Geek Nation Tours team-up to discuss warriors throughout the ages… In this episode, they talk about their thoughts about Osprey Publishing’s books The Pilum and The Gladius.
Blue Peg, Pink Peg Bonus Episode: Designer Deep Dive- Founders of Gloomhaven by Isaac Childres
During this Designer Deep Dive, we speak with Isaac Childres about his upcoming title, Founders of Gloomhaven. Founders of Gloomhaven is a multi-layered and tightly designed tile-placement, action-selection, city-building game set hundred of years before the events of the blockbuster campaign style board game, Gloomhaven. We talk to Isaac about his approach to game design and the development of this title and its unique mechanics. This in-depth conversation focuses upon the design of a single board game, exploring everything from design philosophy, prototyping, play-testing, and bringing a design to market.
Playin’ and Slayin’ Episode 19: Sigmar Bears All
The guys give their take on the new Age of Sigmar 2.0 with two truths and a lie and review “Oxna Bears All” the new expansion for Frontline: No Komrades from Anvil Eight Games in the Play It or Slay It segment.
Lords of the Dungeon 17: Knowing What Your Players Can Do and Experience
The Lords are back from Origins and the gang discusses about how great gaming conventions are. Then Jess talks about her Shadowrun Games at Origins. We take a question from a listener regarding collecting information from about and knowing everything your players can do. Then we round out the episode with a discussion about giving experience to your players.
Rolling Dice & Taking Names Episode 148: Coimbra, Century Eastern Wonders, Steamrollers
Marty returns from Origins and he informs me that he has a game that will change my sour attitude of late. I tell him to take his best shot and he pulls out Coimbra from eggertspiele. But before I spoil the episode, need to point out that I have been in a slump with games lately. It seems that while the majority of the games are very enjoyable, I haven’t had one to knock it out of the ballpark lately. You know, one where you just sit back and let the experience pour over you once the game is done. Matter of fact, people are wondering if Grumpy Tony was here to stay. So, Marty drops Coimbra on the table as I have said. He says he knows I will like it because it has two of my favorite elements in a game: drafting and dice determining value. This game did bring back a smile to the face and not only due to the elements listed before, but just the simplicity of the rules and the iconography on the board. It was a pleasure learning this game and even though my score didn’t reflect a solid play, I was very pleased with the outcome. Because this game left such an impression, we had to give it a long discussion.