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Best Boardgames podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Boardgames podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Felicia Day is an actor, writer, producer and author of the bestselling memoir "You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost)". Her podcast "Felicitations!" covers her bi-weekly perspective on such geeky topics as gaming, television, book reading, but also often veers into her personal life as a creator and parent. She answers questions submitted by the audience at #felicitations on Twitter!
 
We’ve spent over a decade in the tabletop gaming space, as content creators, local store owners, and online retailers. Now it’s time to answer your questions, dive into complex topics, and have an incredible amount of fun along the way -- featuring exclusive updates, candid dialogue, and fascinating interviews with designers, publishers, and visionaries.
 
Mike Lester, Zach Kagan, and Tor Uggen are three pals with varying degrees of experience in stand up comedy and fantasy card games. In I Love You Mana, they discuss Magic: The Gathering and its surrounding culture in a manner accessible to almost anyone, with a level of accuracy that will leave pedants with plenty to correct them on.
 
A journey into the things we love: D&D and other RPGs, tabletop games, wargames, video games, comics and comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars, Doctor Who, fan films, movies, TV, books, sci-fi, fantasy, more! Hosted by a fellow geek that supports and encourages geeks and our fandoms in all of their various splendor! Come along and get your geek on (or maybe even discover you inner geek)!
 
"Board Gaming with Education" explores board games, game-based learning, gamification, and other elements of gaming and how they can complement, supplement, and interact with education and learning. If you are an educator, teacher, board game hobbyist, or board game professional and you are curious how board games can be used as learning tools, then this podcast is for you!
 
Criado em 2016, o Multiverso X é um podcast que aborda temas relacionados a literatura, séries de TV, cinema, sociedade e cultura pop, com analises e indicações. Publicado quinzenalmente, visa divertir, informar e quiçá levantar algumas reflexões. O Multiverso X Podcast faz parte do site Multiverso X, um site onde todos os universos convergem.
 
Button Shy is the little guy in a big world. A small board game publisher trying to make an impact on a fast paced industry with thousands of new games a year. Without being able to compete with low prices or large print runs, Button Shy is simply just doing things it’s own way.
 
Welcome to Ludology, an analytical discussion of the how’s and why’s of the world of board games. Rather than news and reviews, Ludology explores a variety of topics about games from a wider lens, and discusses game history, game design and game players. Ludology is part of The Dice Tower Network, the premier board game media network.
 
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Episode 115 - Games That Are Silly That We Enjoy Anyway Introduction: News: Frosthaven - new hotness; 27 days left; $100 GPS, Sequoia, Mountain Goats from boardgametables.com $39 20 days left Salt & Sail Kazoodoo Games 6 days left $49 Games played: Into The Echoside Merlin Games That Are Silly That We Enjoy Anyway: Jason - HomeStretch Katie - Bob R…
 
Or hosts are back together, separately in their own rooms, ready to talk about the missed time. So many video games and blood bowl played. In News, Pandemic is in the NY Times, and AH LCG gets premade investigator decks. In Kickstarter, get ready to Lawyer up and Trek the World. Some listener feedback closes out the show. 00:00:32 - back and remote…
 
Draft Mechanic Episode #119: In the Hall of the Mountain King, Lions of Lydia KS preview, Zoned Out, Felix the Cat in the Sack, Mosaic Hops, House Rules Hello again! In this new era of staying at home, why not make that home in a mountain? We’re excavating a mountain cave in our feature review today with In the Hall of the Mountain King. It’s the f…
 
In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin chats with Mandy Rice, a flipped classroom expert who also has some experience with game-based learning and gamification. This is a perfect episode for any teachers considering either flipping their classroom or wanting to explore the idea of how games and a flipped classroom can coincid…
 
Joel is joined by one half of the Last save Loaded Podcast Justin Smith AKA @Onyersix to talk about board gaming in this climate. games they have played: Kanban, On Mars, Stop Thief!, Azul, Shards of infinity, Charterstone: Digital Edition, Kickstarter: Frosthaven News: https://icv2.com/articles/columns/view/45542/world-according-griepp-distributor…
 
Are you ready for a first? The Dice Men are Zooming in an episode from all over the Apple isle! First up, we feature recent Kickstarter success Rival Restaurants, where you compete to become the Weiner! We follow on with general isolation and board gaming chit chat so that you know which online gaming is best! And then, oh and then, we have a littl…
 
On today's show, the longest show to date, Marc is extra excited for one reason and one reason only: Marc has a special guest at the end of the show--their good friend Justin--and they talk about their time playing Totally Reliable Delivery Service together and their plans for the upcoming anime podcast. In addition to that exciting news, Marc also…
 
Bubba, Matt, and Kate return this week to take our minds off the state of the world. Instead, they talk about Matt's disgusting backed up bathtub, Kate's news report tells a sordid and twisted tale about a community of pumas that rival Game of Thrones in its scandalous aspirations, and Bubba's love for Picard on CBS all access has convinced Matt to…
 
A group of six boardgamers dive into the D&D campaign “Hoard of the Dragon Queen” Characters include Petrilus (Barbarian), Sparker (Warlock), Burk (Cleric), Flora (Sorcerer), and Jaquen (Fighter). #53 – Burk, Detective Extraordinaire Highlights include: 1. The guys meet Leda, an adventurer who couldn’t make it to the peryton fight in time; Snoozy g…
 
A group of six boardgamers dive into the D&D campaign “Hoard of the Dragon Queen” Characters include Petrilus (Barbarian), Sparker (Warlock), Burk (Cleric), Flora (Sorcerer), and Jaquen (Fighter). #52 – Attack of the Giant Bird Highlights include: 1. Flora makes a beeline straight to some birbs for sale and meets an uncooperative salesman. 2. Is th…
 
Live from Portland, the 173rd stop on our world tour, presented in it's entirety without cuts or overdubs, our latest show in all its glory. Will there be technical difficulties? Yes. Will we stumble trying to answer tough questions? Possibly. Will it be good? Sure? SETLIST: 00:11:31 -- Freedom of Thought or Just an Illusion 00:28:40 -- Unhelpful B…
 
GameEnthus Podcast ep405: Tiger Knee or Plok'd This week Mike (@AssaultSuit) , Tiny (@Tiny415) and Aaron (@Ind1fference) talk about: Plok, Tiger King, Castlevania season 3, Star Trek Picard, Lidl, The Postman, Romulans, Vulcans, Frozen II, Onward, Star Wars Rise of Skywalkers, Mark Rober Science Class, Alton Brown Quarantine Qitchen, Glen and Frien…
 
The competitive fighting game scene with Arkansas Fighting Game Network coordinator Maxx and friend of the show / competitive gamer Nicholas aka Swiggs. What’s it about all about? What are the most popular competitive fighting games? How the heck do you get started? Can you win money?? Plus: what the heck is Yoshimitsu? Tune in, baby, TUNE IN! Podc…
 
Some frigid foes! Show Notes: Run Time: 1:33:59 Minimal goofs, mostly due to existential dread. Tough times, these. Here's the image we discussed early on in the overview segment: Did you make this? If you're the one who made this, let us know! Good job. We'd love to give you credit for your good work. We hope you're all getting plenty of social di…
 
In this episode, Erik and Don ramble, reflect, and review about games while hiding in their respective OBG bunkers. They talk about: Charterstone Through the Ages Slay the Spire Gloomhaven Xia Oceans Sanctum Horizons Inverse Genius: http://www.inversegenius.com/ On Board Games is a proud member of the Punch Board Media Group. Patreon account: http:…
 
Join the "Remote Adventure!" In this week’s episode of Board Gaming with Education, Dustin chats with Matt Bivens about his role as an art teacher. Dustin and Matt address the topic of games for learning, and Matt dives deeper into his experience teaching game design. Be sure to listen in and check out Matt’s blog Table with Matt Bivens. Board Gami…
 
We're back to discuss more of the hows, whats, and whys of GMing tabletop roleplaying games! This time, Kyle and Jon discuss how to get your players to engage their imaginations and provide more colorful contributions to the ongoing story. Among other things, we cover the importance of making your players feel safe at the table, how to create oppor…
 
In today's Biography of a Board Game, Scott takes us through the long history of The Game of the Goose, which became a template for almost every roll-and-move game into Victorian times and beyond. Show notes: 1m49s: The ancient Egyptian game of Mehen 2m04s: History of the labyrinth 2m24s: The Discus of Phaistos, also known as the Phaistos Disc 2m50…
 
On today's show, Marc tries to find the drive to record an episode as they talk about a bit of news, including a surprise Nintendo Direct and some new Epic Games Publishing deals. After that, they talk about what they've been playing and watching, including yet another game about zombies and that other pirate game. Anyway, something-something endle…
 
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