Thu, 27 July 2017
In the SEVENTY-FIFTH EVER episode, Craig forgets for the entire show to mention that we're 3/4 of the way to the big 100... But in serious news, Craig is, as always joined by the fam to talk about our plays over the past two weeks. In the third segment, Craig is joined by a VERY SPECIAL guest for a change-up pitch of a segment. Instead of the typical roundtable discussion, Craig and guest review two preview games: Raxxon from Plaid Hat and Before the Earth Explodes from Green Couch! Who knew people trusted any of us with reviewing their games before release! Also be sure to listen for a chance to win a Raxxon code, where you can help save humanity from the evils of the Raxxon Corporation.
Family Played: 3:22
Third Segment!: 21:45
Punchboard Media Bumper: 1:02:00
Fri, 7 October 2016
In Episode 57, Craig, Erin, and Ty wrap up their year long journey through the campaign of Pandemic Legacy. That's it, that's the whole episode. Oh, also, you should note that we spoil the whole game, but in quarter year chunks. So finish playing your campaign and hear our epic tale!
Pandemic Legacy Full Spoilers: 10:32
Tue, 24 March 2015
In episode 19, Craig and Duke discuss the social contract of gathering at the table to play games: what is expected as a participant, how to function as part of the group, and the faux pas that ruin game nights. They get in depth with two games they're playing: At the Gates of Loyang from Z-man Games and Last will by Czech Games Edition. In Kickstarter talk, they look at Neon Sanctum and Burgle Bros. and talk about the hits their wallets have taken recently. Lastly, in their What the What segment, they finally define "Botch Games."
At the Gates of Loyang (Z-Man Games): 8:00
Last Will (Czech Games Edition): 16:00
Burgle Bros. Kickstarter (Tim Fowers): 30:30
Neon Sanctum Kickstarter (Grenade Punch Games): 35:45
What the What?! "Botch Games": 40:30
Topic: Social Contract: 45:00
Tue, 13 January 2015
In Episode 9, Craig and Dave discuss lots of games they've been playing such as Crossroads: Dead of Winter from Plaid Hat Games, and Warhammer 40k Conquest from Fantasy Flight. Also they finally played and have a battle report for Robotech Tactics from Palladium using the cityfight terrain from Dropzone Commander. They go in depth talking of ways to reincorporate older games back into your play rotation. Lastly, the both admit their kickstarter spending problem and realize they need to walk away from their computers.
Crossroads: Dead of Winter (Plaid Hat Games): 2:30
Warhammer 40,000 Conquest (Fantasy Flight): 11:15
Slap 45 (Gnarwhal Studios): 24:30
Pairs (ChaepAssGames): 27:00
Robotech Tactics (Palladium) and Cityfight Terrain (Hawk Wargames): 32:00
Craig's Definition: Ameritrash: 47:45
In Depth: Getting Older Games Back to Table: 51:30
Pixel Tactics Kickstarter (Lvl 99 Games): 1:08:00
Rum and Bones Kickstarter (CoolMiniorNot): 1:09:45
Spyfall (Cryptozoic): 1:10:15
Spyfall Online: 1:11:15