Category: Boardgames Podcast

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

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 86 – International Tabletop Day with Boyan Radakovich

Another episode of the podcast in our new format of just one topic or segment per episode to make them a bit shorter.

Having said that, this episode is nearly 50 minutes, but I assure you is well worth it!

International Tabletop Day is the latest initiative from the Geek and Sundry team, who are hell bent on making sure as many people as possible are aware and, hopefully, join the board and role playing game fan-base.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 85–Cosmic Encounters and X-Wing with Dr Reddy and Kara

Once again we put word to microphone and, with our tongue so stuck in our cheeks that we’re amazed it doesn’t pierce through our faces, we bring you another episode of the podcast with much hilarity and a very healthy dose of silliness. And a lot more, of course. We have a good discussion about…
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The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 84–Story War with Brad O’Farrell

Some like Kickstarter, some don’t, but the fact is that it is successful and Story War has done extremely well out of it.

In Story War, the players take on the role or warriors who have to fight in fantastic locations using even more fantastic weapons and items. Every round one of the player will act as the judge and will decide who’s used his/her character to the most effect to tell the story of how said character crushes enemies and conquests lands.

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Episode 82–Reviews with Dr Mike Reddy

There are a few announcements to make, starting with the X-Wing UK National championship that will take place at the UK Games Expo in May, as well as a couple of very interesting projects and releases that we’ve heard of. And you’ll like to hear of too!

The G*M*S Magazine Podcast Anniversary episode 80.5–Game Salute with Dan Yarrington

To finish with the two special episodes and we’re going to do it with a bang!

Since its birth just a few years ago, Game Salute has gone, not just from strength to strength, but has also helped greatly to shape the way games funded in Kickstarter have reached the backers.