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!
Four gamers, four topics -- a board game discussion show hosted by Dan “Shoe” Hsu and his video game industry friends!
Do you want just the audio from our Tops 10s, special videos, and select reviews? Then you've come to the right place
Two guys try to watch all the movies and TV so that you don't have to. (Warning: Spoilers ahead!)
Welcome to Casual Magic, a show about rediscovering the fun parts of Magic the Gathering. We talk about everything from Commander to casual draft formats like Battlebond and Conspiracy to duel decks and precons, all in a non-competitive and joy filled environment. It's not Magic without The Gathering, after all =)
On Board Games is about the board game hobby and the supporting industry.
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.
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.
Grab a pint and a chair and join us as we talk about the most wonderful hobby in this world- Boardgames!Come and visit Meeple Tavern
Welcome to the Engaged Family Gaming Network! We publish regular podcasts about video games, board games, and all sorts of family entertainment!
A podcast with Top 10 lists of board games complied from various arenas and with varying metrics. Primary sources include: BoardGameGeek, ICv2, and GTS Distribution.
A lively discussion of modern board games. Strategies and reviews included free of charge.
The Podcast for GMS Magazine. Interviews, reviews and publishing advice for roleplaying games and boardgames.
Jason and Katie discuss board games, life and nonsense.
Tabletop gaming and other geekery by minds from Play On Target and All Games Considered!
This is like all the other board gaming podcasts, where the hosts Joel, Tom and Lewis talk about their favourite board games they have played, news from the industry and do reviews of games.
Hosted by Tony Fryer and Chris Whitpan this show will feature individual titles in the 18xx genre. We will deep dive and make them easier to understand so you can decide if its right for you!
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 show about board games meant to appeal to gamers while still being accessible to people who don't know a lot about the subject. Each week, hosts Bill and Dylan, two long-time friends who both love board games, will discuss a wide array of board gaming topics, from game mechanics to deep dives on specific games to explaining what some of the jargon board game enthusiasts use even means!
The Freeplay Podcast, a conversation between a Southern Baptist, a hippie emo father of millions, and a retired Disney princess about the Love Thy Nerd community, the games they play, and the odd interview with those who make the games they play
On Who, What, Why? I discuss game design with those who make games and try to learn more about the game design process. Each episode I interview a designer, publisher, developer, artist, etc. of tabletop games such as card, board, or role playing. Some episodes discuss big ideas in design rather than individual games. I have both mainstream and independent developers as guests.
Hey there! I sit and chat with a wide ranging set of individuals from both inside and on the outside of the Tabletop/RPG/Boardgame industry about their experience, insight, & motivations. Put on a show whilst you are painting and hear the stories behind your fellow geekers and the people that created the games you know and love. I hope you enjoy.
The Brawling Brothers Boardgaming Podcast is a biweekly podcast that focuses on board games, card games and RPGs. The original Brawlers (Josh and Brandon) are 2 friends who like very different types of games. The show focuses on these differing preferences and (hopeless) attempts to sway each other's opinion. Each show includes light, friendly banter, a game review (in print), a combative segment called "Brawling and Boardgaming", and the fan favorite TNT (Then, Now Tomorrow)... While the "B ...
GeekNights Tuesdays is the weekly gaming segment of GeekNights, featuring video games (computer and console), German board games, roleplaying games, and more.
A weekly 30 minute show about board games. Most weeks, Ryan, Brent and Nathan talk about a single game. What we like about it, what we don't, theme, audience, quality, and fun.
Lets face it, this planet is running out of time. Something’s going to destroy it sooner or later. What will happen to our culture? We must save something. Aliens from far off worlds must know how we lived, how we grew, and how we played games to distract us from our inevitable deaths. We're here to discuss that games part, archive it all, and then jettison it into space. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gamesonearth/support
A journey into the things we love: D&D / 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)!
Tom Vasel and Eric Summerer take a look at board games, card games, and the people who design, publish, and play them. Top ten lists, Q&A, tales of horror, and more await you!
Welcome to DelveCast, the home of Delve the Podcast. Delve and DelveCast are dedicated to the sharing, discussion and creation of all tabletop gaming. We welcome developers, designers and all people who work on games to join and share with us what you do.
Alison and Justin, review all their favourite board games, so you can be up to date on what’s hot in the world of tabletop games. Reviews of exciting games from Kickstarter and established games. Discover the features of board games from replay ability, how to win, component pieces, cost, expansions and the impact board games have on a marriage. Join them as they discuss whatever games they feel magnetised to.
Board Game Blitz is a 30 minute bi-weekly podcast about modern board games and card games hosted by Ambie and Crystal.
Boards Alive is a podcast where we talk about tabletop games. Our goal is to show that tabletop gaming can be just as exciting and engaging as Hollywood movies or big budget video games. We try to highlight games that have a rich theme that connects with the mechanics of the game. We want to help people escape into tabletop games and enjoy the competition and camaraderie of gaming.
Laid-Back video game focused show that touches on movies, television and comics; peppered with tangential real life topics for good measure.
The Pixelated Sausage Podcast is a podcast about games, anime, movies, TV, art, and life in general, all of it hosted by a weirdo who's standing in front of the internet, asking it to love, I mean, listen to 'em...
Boardgames bring people together.
Boardgames FM is now Boardgames Daily! Tune in daily for great conversations on boardgames, tabletop gaming and so much more with Boardgames Daily powered by Theology of Games! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boardgamesdaily/support
Reviewing and discussing only the best board games to help you build a solid minimalist collection. Mostly focusing on games that play well at 2 players.
The 'Double Skulls Podcast' centres (among other gaming jibber jabber) around the adventures of two noobs who are rediscovering the great GW game of Blood Bowl. Focusing mostly on league play and UK tournaments.
with Scott Reed, Ryan Johnson, Chris Darden, Jeff Rupard, Cory Wright, and guests
A show about board game miniatures painting: tutorials, how tos, workflows, product reviews and recommendations.
Meeple Overboard! is a podcast about board games, the gaming community, and our little slice of heaven that plays them. We're Chris and Wendy, and we love board games. Each Saturday, we'll bring you a half-hour episode featuring three segments:1. Shop Talk! We'll discuss a general board gaming topic, answer your questions, or discuss some news.2. Random Rally! We've got lots of interests, and eat lots of tasty things, and have a lot to share. Random Rally! is a few minutes of food for though ...
Two boardgame-loving geeks explore and share new games while being distracted by other geeky things: shows, movies, video games!
I like musing aloud. Thoughts on God, people, relationship, and how to get everyone laughing.
Your hosts Adrian, Jeff, and Zach discuss a wide variety of board gaming topics including what we've been playing recently, what games we're excited about, current kickstarter projects on our radar, important industry news, and anything else that crosses our minds!
A series of conversations with members of the wargaming tribe regarding boardgames, history and strategy.
This Game is Broken is a comedy board gaming panel show with Matthew Jude, Dave Luza, Paula Deming and The Brother’s Murph - Nick and Mike Murphy. New episodes every second wednesday.
This week, Zach and Jeff continue their LOTR journey and Adrian falls out of love with Fog of Love. 00:02:11 - What we have been playing: LOTR Journeys in Middle Earth, Fog of Love, Le Havre 00:34:37 - Banter Break! Featuring: Cabin, Mattress, Ghost of Tsushima, Marvel Movies 00:57:13 - News: Root App Expansion 01:00:35 - News: Stonemaier 2020 repo…
Join us in this great episode where we share great boardgames experiences from many great boardgamers!By Christian & Jose
Episode 165 - Our Favorite Pushing Cubes Around the Old World Games Introduction: BGG Golden Geek Awards News: John Company: 4 days, $80 AuZtralia Big Box and Revenge of the Old Ones and TaZmania - 6 days, $59/$99 Partners - 6 days, $12/$35 Board Game Upgrades by MeepleSource - 14 days, $15+ Games Played: Viticulture Wits and Wagers Our Favorite Pu…
Recorded in War Room Studios - Albuquerque, NM : 4/13/21 This episode is brought to you by Grand Gamers Guild & PowerToTheMeeple.com. Join Josh and Brandon as they discuss all the exciting GAMES they've been playing, digital and analog! Including It Takes Two, Firenze, Faiyum Review, Block and Key Review, Tournament at Avalon and so many more. The …
Choosing art for your RPG is a more important task that you might think and one that requires with certain skill no one teaches you about. This is one to watch out for! WRITING TIPS FOR BEGINNERS | HOW TO WRITE AND PUBLISH YOUR RPG Ep.11: USE ART OR NO ART? This podcast has been produced for www.gmsmagazine.com. Please help our channel by subscribi…
In our one hundred and fiftieth episode, Aaron is joined by designer and publisher Stephanie Kwok of First Fish Games and designer of Ducks in Tow. We talk about some games we’ve been playing, including Escape Tales: Children of Wyrmwoods and Cargo Noir. Then I interview Stephanie about designing and publishing games. This episode is sponsored by B…
Emma and Gil sit down with Carla Kopp of Weird Giraffe Games and Galactic Raptor Games to discuss designing solo modes for games, the merits of "bots" in solo games, and how these bots tend to be named "Steve." SHOW NOTES 2m00s: Carla's first published game Super Hack Override. 4m53s: We spoke with Morten Monrad Pedersen on Ludology 154 - Leave Me …
Tanya Pobuda and Shelly Jones, co-authors of AN ANALYSIS OF GENDER-INCLUSIVE LANGUAGE AND IMAGERY IN TOP-RANKED BOARD GAME RULEBOOKS, joined me to talk about their most recent article exploring representation in the hobby. This conversation is an important one for bringing new voices into the hobby. Credit: guidelines by Justin Blake from the Noun …
This is it folks. Angles vs Wizards vs Elementals vs Dinosaurs. Tasteful porn is also talked about and viewed.By Mike Lester, Tor Uggen, Zach Kagan
BGG Page Views edition: Top 10 trending board games for 17 Apr 2021By Remy Gibson
Wendy has been painting, we've both been reading, and we're reviewing Terraforming Mars Ares Expedition, the card game based on the original. How does it hold up? Well, come along and find out.By Chris
We take a look back at the reviews we did two years ago, which includes the hindsight of four years ago. How do the games hold up? Let's see!By Chris
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Tabletop games have relied on a number of promotional tools throughout their history, and content previews are at the top of the list. Having now experienced the Flesh and Blood approach of a big "preview season" right before release, we discuss when this tactic works, why it works, and the more general tabletop marketing considerations that publis…
On this week's episode, Marc starts off talking about the hiccups they endured while getting their setup ready for streaming and how they've gotten back into Hitman 3 as their go-to "snack" game! After that, they get on to what they've been playing, including a game about gravity that doesn't include any Sandras, no bollocks, and 2021 game that wan…
In this episode I speak to Foust the creator of VFI a company that works with games creators and publishers to make Asia and other places around the world more accessible for their games. In kickstarters especially it is sometimes a drag to get the games you want because of shipping costs, customs paperwork, and taxes. Foust is working to alleviate…
Dylan and Bill explore the unseen corners of the hidden movement game, Specter Ops.By Bill Giles and Dylan Maltby
This is us, as you might find us should you wander into a watering hole where we might be holding court at the bar. This could very well be a prime example of the conversation you might stumble upon. The nature of this conversation spirals around, over and through the games and topics, so timestamps have been kept to a minimum. ROUNDS: 00:00:25 -- …
This is Joel's March 21 Vlog reporting on his month in gaming. What he has played... Here is the YouTube link: https://youtu.be/aY6JToOl_fc what in the news... What on Joel Shelf What Kickstarters are out - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/grailgames/fjords-a-grail-game https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gamebrewer/hippocrates https://www.kic…
Mike DiLisio answers your questions, live!
Buzzlist edition: The top 10 most anticipated games, for March/April 2021By Remy Gibson
Tom Vasel, Zee Garcia, Mike DiLisio, and Roy Cannaday take a look at Marvel United with the expansions and extras.
Meeple Nation Episode 367 This week we are talking about four different animal games; Bunny Kingdom, Sewer Pirates, Everdell, and Agricola. Come, join us at the game table.By Nathan Howard, Logan Howard, David Holliday, Andrew Holliday.
Trey Chambers, designer of Empyreal and its expansions, joined me to talk about his game: a very massive but deeply rich train game set in the world of Indines. We focused a lot of how he packs replayability into the game and what that means. Credits: Train by Ataur Rahman from the Noun ProjectBy Mike Bonet
In today's episode, we discuss Block Ness, Capital Lux 2 solo, and Cryo. We swing to the app side of things to wax romantic over Dorfromantik and we serve up a Storytelling Game Pie.By Suzanne Sheldon and Mandi Hutchinson
Tom Vasel, Zee Garcia, Mike DiLisio, and Roy Cannaday take a look at a 44 year old game that one of them had never played before.
Today I'm joined by WotC designer Corey Bowen to talk through the design of Commander 21 as well as the Kaldheim commander decks. My apologies for the audio quality, as the zoom recording was a little crunky.
As we come to a close in our Delve journey, we look at the Hero’s Journey laid out by Joseph Campbell. How does this apply to our show? More important, how does this apply to some of the prevalent fiction and mythology you have actually heard about? And what can it all mean in gaming? These questions and many more partially answered on this episode…
Tom Vasel and special guest Spencer Williams take a look at five games that missed Tom's Top 100, but are still great games.
Tom Vasel answers your questions!
Tom goes through his top ten games that use Timers as part of game play.
In this episode of On Board Games, Don and Erik talk about what they've been playing lately including: Can't Stop Battletech / Mechwarrior 5 Valheim (17:58) Then the two of them talk about games they haven't played in years but want to get back to the table. Inverse Genius: http://www.inversegenius.com/ On Board Games is a proud member of the Punch…
Stephen and Linda are here for board game week. This week the crew talks about Strixhaven, LoreSmyth Games, and the American Tabletop Awards! Give us a listen! This podcast is sponsored by: The Virtual Economy Podcast The EFG Facebook Community Follow us on Facebook! Like us on Twitter! Follow us on Instagram! Subscribe to our Newsletter! Subscribe…
Geoff talks about how games benefit when designers use familiar terms to describe familiar concepts. He also dives into the term "mana," tracing it back to its indigenous origins, and explains how it became a popular gaming term to track how much magic a character can expend.
John Kovalic, cartoonist and game designer, joined the show to talk about his journey into the industry and more. John is most notable for his work on Munchkin and Apples to Apples, but he has worked on 100s of games in his career. He also draws the comic The Dork Tower. Credit: artist by Stephen Borengasser from the Noun Project…
BGG Page Views edition: Top 10 trending board games for 10 Apr 2021By Remy Gibson
On this week's episode, Marc starts off with some very weird Donkey Kong nonsense about how Etsy is trying to shove the ape's ass in their face, followed by some Attack the Backlog and streaming updates! After that, they get on to what they've been playing, including a game about saying "no," and a game you'll want to say "no" to. Anyway, something…
BETA PODCAST #62! Book shoutout feliciadaybook.com Wikia: Felicitations.fandom.com Discord.gg/feliciaday Books: Broken by Jenny Lawson Walking the Bible by Bruce Feiler TV/Podcasts: Great Pottery Throwdown Season 2 Grand Designs Water Tower/Hertforshire Games: Diablo II Alpha
Dylan and Bill discuss games that utilize hidden movement as a mechanic.By Bill Giles and Dylan Maltby
Episode 164 - Favorite Out Guessing Your Opponent Games Introduction: News: It Takes a Thief: The Board Game - 16 days, $56 Long Shot: The Dice Game - 14 days, $25 Magna Roma - 11 days, $59 Games Played: On Tour Cubitos Sons of Anarchy Favorite Out Guessing Your Opponent Games: Jason - Broom Service Katie - Revolution! Jason - 7 Ronin Katie - Daxu …
Ambie and Crystal discuss Black Sonata and Viscounts of the West Kingdom. We then talk about how mental health and mental illness is depicted in board games.Recent Games: 0:39Mental Health: 12:11Outro: 29:44Bloopers: 30:39Listen to Meeple Overboard's discussion on mental health: https://www.dicetower.com/game-podcast/meeple-overboard/mental-health-…
This week all the guys actually played some games. Zach made some wine in Viticulture, Adrian messed with some trains in Age of Steam, and Jeff died in a tube in LOTR: Journeys in Middle Earth. 00:00:38 - studio 00:01:34 - What have we been playing?: Viticulture, Arkham Horror, Age of Steam, Marvel Champions, LOTR: Journeys in Middle Earth 00:40:08…
After years of watching release dates get delayed, confused, and broken (even by publishers themselves), it's worth backing up and really asking - what's the point of release dates for the majority of tabletop products?By Covenant
Meeple Nation Episode 366 This week we are talking about animal games. There are so many animal games out there, and we can't talk about them in in such a short time, but we talk about as many as we can in 30 minutes. Come, join us at the game table.By Nathan Howard, Logan Howard, David Holliday, Andrew Holliday