Hey everyone! Mitch here from the Meeple in a Gamestack podcast. I fairly recently started a podcast all about boardgames, whether it's getting into them, getting the most out of them, or just having a good time. It's is a mix of game reviews, topics in boardgaming, and hot takes on games all mixed with a bit of humour.
The podcast is from a newcomers perspective on games and with a fresh excitement for games. If you're new then join me as I dive in deeper, and if you're a veteran enjoy watching my descent to the depths with you. I want to provide a voice of enthusiam about this hobby we love, one that is not yet tinged with the cynicism and weariness that being a critic in the hobby for many years too often brings. Ultimately I hope my reviews and discussions can encourage you to have more fun playing games.
My goal here is to encourage more fun discussions and game nights. To build a community that generates more enthusiasm for boardgames, both for you and me. So if any of that piqued your interest, please click one of these links and give it a listen. I would really appreciate it.
I'm Iain McAllister and I'm one of the hosts on a podcast called Brainwaves. We are a news focused podcast, but steering away from new releases and the like to get down to the nitty gritty information about what is going on in the Tabletop World. We release fortnightly with our latest cast going out tomorrow (20/07/20). We hope you enjoy it!
In light of the recent interview that Scott posted a link to, I thought I might share this one. I listened to it maybe about 2 months ago. But, the interview itself is three years old. So, way before they were talking about Oath. I am particularly interested in his comments about how history influences his game design.
I don't know how many of you listen to Ludology. It is a podcast I very much enjoy listening to. I just finished their last post http://ludology.libsyn.com/ludology-212-inventing-play, where they interview a mass market game "inventor." I recommend giving it a listen. She had some interesting insights as to the differences in the hobby industry and the mass market industry.
Fantasy and Some Flights was formed between two nerdy friends who both love fantasy, board games, and a long conversation over cold drinks. Nelson and Dalton host a discussion-based podcast where they analyze exciting and fun topics. The podcast is built on 4 pillars of Beer, Board games, Books, and Bourbon. In each episode they pick a topic from these pillars and discuss them over drinks.
After three years.... My favorite board game reviewer is starting his podcast again. If you haven't heard of Dan Thurot, AKA space Biff you can check out his blog at https://spacebiff.com/. You owe it to yourself to check it out. Now, you can theoretically also have a podcast from him.
I just recently joined a board game podcast and would love for you to listen! In each episode we discuss game we've been playing, play a fun game and give a different Top 5. In the most recent episode, we talk about Detective: City of Angels, Istanbul, Kemet, Silver and Gold and so much more. We also give our Top 5 Games on our Shelves of Shame and play a fun game called the Association Station.
I hope you check us out! I put a link to us on Podbean, but you can listen to u wherever you listen to Podcasts- Search The GameCasters