Episode

  • 5 Minute Initiative: Warmachine High Command

    In this 5 Minute Initiative, Marty and I discuss the new Privateer Press deck building game Warmachine: High Command. The game was designed by David Carl who also did Heap for […]

  • Episode 24: Stay on Target!

    Ever since Origins 2012, Marty and I have been looking at games that involve some type of dog fighting mechanic. At Origins, we tried Leviathans by Catalyst Game Labs and […]

  • 5 Minute Initiative: Rise of Augustus

    Marty and I got to play a game that surprised the both of us called Rise of Augustus (Asmodee) or just Augustus (Hurrican) depending on the publisher. The game was […]

  • Episode 23: Eww that smell

    Yes, we promised not to use song titles awhile ago, but this one just fit. In this episode, we do one final batch of Gencon 2013 interviews. We still have […]

  • Episode 22: Survey says…

    The Cool Stuff Inc contest has come to a close and thanks to everyone who took the time to either join our BGG guild, do an iTunes Review, or fill […]

  • Episode 21: Gen Con Interviews, Pt. 1

    Episode 21 continues the Gen Con coverage with various interviews that designers and producers were kind enough to give me. And let me again say sorry for calling Mr. Buonocore […]

  • Episode 20: Post Game Wrap Up – Gen Con 2013

      Stick a fork in it, Gen Con 2013 is done. Marty and I talk about a newbie’s experience at Gen Con, mine. We discuss some of the games I […]

  • 5 Minute Initiative: Chaos & Alchemy

    Chaos & Alchemy is a game designed by Michael Iachini and published by Game Salute. At this time of this writing, the game is live on Kickstarter In the game, […]

  • Episode 19: The wait is over – Gen Con

    Yes, the year long wait is over and Gen Con is on us. While many of the board gaming faithful will not be able to attend, it is estimated that […]

  • 5 Minute Initiative: Dungeon Roll by Tasty Minstrel Games

    One of our first blogs was on a Kickstarter called Dungeon Roll designed by Chris Darden and brought to market by Tasty Minstrel Games. The game arrived and Marty and I […]