Author: Paco G. Jaen

Roleplaying and board games with reviews, podcasts, videos and interviews

Dinosaurs in Games and review of Tetrarchia and Ninja Squad.

The board game room: Dinosaurs in games. Tetrarchia and Ninja Squad

I am Paco García, your host and I am joined by Chris Dias and we talk about Dinosaur games, Tetrarchia and Ninja Squad. Below there is a transcript. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 432 a podcast about the people who make…
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daimyo_senso

The Board Game Interview Room: Daimyo Senso with Nathan Lusk

In this episode I am joined by Nathan Lusk to talk about his Asian themed boardgame called Daimyo Senso and his quest to have it fully manufactured in the USA. I got to ask him about the game and how it plays, but also about his reasons to want to keep it national and what…
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Abuse in the games industry

The Board Game Room: abuse in the gaming industry

In this episode, Chris and I talk about recent events and the abuse people face in the company. We talk about how to identify it, what to do, and also if you are caught as an abuser, we have some advice. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome…
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The Board Game Room: Dune with- House of Secrets with Ignacy Trzewiczek

The Board Game Room: Dune House Secrets with Ignacy Trzewiczek

I am Paco García and I am joined by the ever amazing Chris Dias with a very special guest:  Ignacy Trzewiczek to talk about Dune: House Secrets. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 429 a podcast about the people who make and…
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The RPG Room: Interview with Black Void designer Christoffer Sevaldsen

The RPG Room: Interview with Black Void designer Christoffer Sevaldsen

This episode features an interview with Christoffer Sevaldsen, author and designer of Black Void RPG, a terrific TTRPG I read last year that made to the top 10 list. It took me a while to read the book because it is pretty huge, but there isn’t a single page that is not worth reading. Being…
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