Podcast Radio

Monday's gone. I'm certainly happy about that. Not to say it was a tragedy of a day, but it means we're closer to the weekend, and I've got some cool stuff coming up. So, to help speed time along, let's listen in on some gaming podcasts.

This week on the dial we've got: Man Battlestations Episode 32; 40K Radio Episode 30: Dave Taylor & CK Studio Interviews; Masters of the Forge: Altar of War Episode 10: Harlequins & Orks 3-Game Kill Team Preview; Breathing Flames Episode 6: New Edition; Epic Gaming Night Podcast Episode 163: Samurai Starships and Guardians with Isaac and Callin; Epic Gaming Night Episode 164: Dice Tower Con Stories!!; Cardboard Herald Episode 89: Chuck Pint of SFR is kickstarting Dragon Dice with new 4.0 Rules!; Guild Ball Tonight Episode 82: He is Fixed Bonesaw; The Rolistes Episode 29 (Part 2): UK Games Expo 2018, featuring Modiphius, Burning Games, Lamentations of the Flame Princess & the UK Indie RPG League; Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 127: Thunderstone Quest; and The Secret Cabal Episode 163: Gaia Project, Near and Far and The State of Board Gaming Today.



Man Battlestations Episode 32



Better late than never, it’s Episode 32 of the MBS podcast! In this episode, Greg and Andy sit down with Derek, the creator of Sky Relics. Derek provides some insights into the full story on the game’s creation, some background on its setting, and the pros and cons of running a successful gaming Kickstarter. Later, Greg and Andy discuss the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of their own experiences as Kickstarter backers


40K Radio Episode 30: Dave Taylor & CK Studio Interviews



In this Episode we are joined by Dave Taylor to talk about all the awesome charity items up for auction at this years NOVA Open. We also discuss his recently completed Kickstarter for Armies & Legions & Hordes. We are then joined by Caleb Wissenback of CK Studios to talk about his airbrushing classes and The Hobby Hangout Facebook group. Tune in for these great interviews and hear us talk about Ashley’s painting struggles. how we buy to much stuff, and our plans for Kill Team!


Masters of the Forge: Altar of War Episode 10: Harlequins & Orks 3-Game Kill Team Preview



Josh and Adam are excited to try out the new Kill Team rules by playing an accellerated 3-game campaign. Josh is using the Harlequins he’s been building since the new Codex was released while Adam uses one of his favorite squads of Ork Kommandos.


Breathing Flames Episode 6: New Edition



The age of Board Game 2.0 is upon us. Whether it’s a popular game getting a fresh coat of paint or an old classic coming back into print, board games are reinventing themselves at breakneck speeds. Rules changes, new art, new components. It’s a whole ball game! Join us as we discuss how new editions of board games make us feel and what makes a new edition successful.


Epic Gaming Night Podcast Episode 163: Samurai Starships and Guardians with Isaac and Callin



Topic: Plaid Hat Games

Tell us a little bit about samurai starships!
What are some of the mechanics of the game?
Tell us a little bit about the setting and the theme behind the game?
What would you say was your biggest influence designing the game?
What was the most difficult thing about designing samurai starships!
What anime would you love to design a game around?
Callin tell us all about guardians!
Tell us about the mechanics of guardians!
Like most Plaid Hat Games is there a rich theme and story to the background of the game?
What was it like being a first-time game designer?
What were some of your biggest influences designing the game?
Is this a standalone game or should we expect to see more?
Specter Ops: Broken Covenant is out!
Is there anything else you want to talk about from Plaid Hat Games?
Ashes Expansions soon
Clans Clans decks (Feather, Leaf, Shadow, Fang, Light, Fire)
July is going to be crazy for announcements
Issac got an exciting next week
Guardians preview out in September


Epic Gaming Night Episode 164: Dice Tower Con Stories!!



Topic: Dice Tower Con

Scavenger hunt!
What did we play at dice tower con?
Strike
TI4
POG’s
Isle of Skye
9 player Game of Thrones
Blood Rage
Starship Samurai
Specter Ops: Broken Covenant
Rising 5
Heroes of Land, Air, and Sea
Deception
The Mind
Pioneer Days
Tiefe Taschen
Wits & Wagers
Crazy stories?
Why do you like Dice Tower Con?
What was your favorite part?


Cardboard Herald Episode 89: Chuck Pint of SFR is kickstarting Dragon Dice with new 4.0 Rules!



Chuck Pint, president of SFR, inc, comes back on the show to talk about the new kickstarter to reprint Swamp Stalkers, which also kicks off the release of the much anticipated 4.0 rules. FULL DISCLOSURE - TCbH did the official "How to Play Dragon Dice 4.0 Rules" video for the campaign, which was sponsored by SFR, Inc. I have no official affiliation with SFR or Dragon Dice, other than being a long time fan, and I happily asked Chuck to come back on the show to talk about Dragon Dice with me.


Guild Ball Tonight Episode 82: He is Fixed Bonesaw



Yes, it's been a while. The move was crazy and then we lost a show, but through thick and thin we have returned! Hear us spill the tea on season 4 previews and Horizon. Phil evangelizes the Combo Key, and bill talks about new players. Bonus chat with Jamie P about gaming in general as opposed to Guild Ball in particular. Best of all, garageband didn't crash.


The Rolistes Episode 29 (Part 2): UK Games Expo 2018, featuring Modiphius, Burning Games, Lamentations of the Flame Princess & the UK Indie RPG League



Here’s the second part of our series dedicated to the 2018 edition of UK Games Expo.

First me meet again with Chris Birch from Modiphius following the recommendation of both Jason Bulmahn (Paizo Publishing) and Jon Lunn (Elite Dangerous RPG) in Part 1. There is much at foot at the London-based publisher/distributor with Star Trek Adventures, “Fallout: Wasteland Warfare“, “Kung Fu Panda The Board Game“, their contribution to the distribution White Wolf‘s new edition of “Vampire The Masquerade” alongside Fria Ligan, their Kickstarter campaign for “John Carter of Mars” and more;
Next, I paid a visit to Burning Games and congratulated Carlos GQ for the recent success of their crowdfunding campaign for “Dragons Conquer America“. The game is still to be delivered by the end of 2018, but the team has already several other projects in store with the “Corball – The Zero Gravity Sport” boardgame, the hope to see “Dragons Conquer Europe” as well as (EXCLUSIVE SCOOP by The Rolistes Podcast ) an ambitious miniature game / board game set in pre-colonial Mesoamerica;
Then, I nearly suffocated James Edward Raggi IV as he quickly gulped his iced drink to tell me about the latest publications for Lamentations of the Flame Princess, such as “Fish Fish F***ers“, and advised me on my next purchase (I opted for “Broodmother SkyFortress“);
Finally, I met Grant Howitt & Mary Hamilton (sadly briefly as friendly customers needed her for their purchase) from the UK Indie RPG League and Rowan, Rook & Decard. They recommended a pleathora of indie games including “Spire“, “Jason Statham’s Big Vacation“, “Legacy: Life Among the Ruins 2nd Edition“, “Pigsmoke: A Roleplaying Game of Sorcerous Academia” and “Lovecraftesque“.


Blue Peg, Pink Peg Episode 127: Thunderstone Quest



During this weeks episode:

1) The Pegs discuss some of their recent game plays including Lowlands, Shogunate, Minerva, and many more;

2) All the Pegs review the deck building adventure game Thunderstone Quest; and

3) Revisit Lorenzo il Magnifico.


The Secret Cabal Episode 163: Gaia Project, Near and Far and The State of Board Gaming Today



Jamie and Chris are back from Dice Tower Con and have a bunch of new experiences and games to talk about. Then the gang presents their brand new segment called "Games of Yester-year" in which they talk about and review older titles from years past. Then of course, the Founders give you another feature review, this time Gaia Project and look back at Near and Far one year later. Tony T gives you the best damned tabletop gaming new segment in the history of gaming and then the guys have a short discussion about the state of tabletop gaming and how they've seen things change over the years.