Another week is under way. We’ve made it past Monday and are into the thick of things here on Tuesday. It’s shaping up to be a pretty busy week, it seems. A good way to get through it is to listen to some gaming podcasts.
Today we have: Singled Out Episode 18: Talking Fishermen with John Layfield, D6 Generation: Lost Chapters Found – Episode 2, Epic Gaming Night Podcast Ep 79: Expansions!, Epic Gaming Night Podcast Ep 80: Live From Mace 2016!, The Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 14: Battlestar Galactica, Captain Sonar, Christmas Gift Ideas, and Man Battlestations Episode 12.
Andrew and John talk about the Fishermen, and the eight (nine) players he would take to a tournament.
Welcome to another episode of the Lost Chapters Found podcast, brought to you by the D6 Generation. In this episode from 2011, the hosts answer listener questions send live through Twitter, their Facebook page, and through email.
This week we talk about boar game Expansions! what we like and don’t like! and Roy Brakes Rob!
We recorded live at Mace 2016 with our friends Rolling Dice & Taking Names, Tantrum House, And Draft Mechanic!
So what is it?
I’ve never seen one before, no one has, but I’m guessing it’s the Polyhedron Collider Cast Episode 14. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. A black hole sucks time and matter out of the universe, the Polyhedron Collider Cast ejects tabletop gaming chat back into the universe.
So that thing is spuing board game banter back into the universe?
Precisely, the Polyedron Collider crew have played Battlestar Galactica, digressed about Red Dwarf and had a lot of fun with Captain Sonar. They’ve also answered questions from the mailbag about which designers they would like to play with, talk about their D&D characters’ voices and break down their Christmas wish lists.
So what is it?
Episode 12 is live! Greg and Andy round out their first year of podcasting with an interview of Ken, the Yarkshire Gamer, about his massive Project Jutland. Later, they review Sails of Glory from Ares games, and then finish off with a brief discussion of Dropfleet Commander, the new hotness from Hawk Wargames!