The State of Games, Episode 30 – The One About the Duke of Dice

If it seems like we’ve been cranking out podcasts lately as fast as The Flash on a caffeine binge, that’s probably because we have! Sometimes there just seems to be a lot to talk about in the world of boardgaming. We’re aiming not to wear out our welcome, though, so it’ll likely be a bit before our next online roundtable – but we promise that when we do come back, it’ll be with good stuff just for you, dear listeners. Because we love you.


Links to games and things mentioned on the podcast:

Defenders of the Realm: Battlefields

Sentinels of the Multiverse: Infernal Relics

Pirates vs. Dinosaurs

Elder Sign

Arkham Horror

Defenders of the Realm

Hawaii

Infarkt

Village

Compounded

Take the Bait

Soapbox Derby

 

The Geek All-Stars podcast!

Origins Game Fair

 

ALSO, OUR KICKSTARTER ALL STARS:

VivaJava: The Coffee Game (Funding completed, and headed to the printer!)

Carnival (It’s here, and ready for you to enjoy!)

 

And, finally:

The Dice Hate Me Games Newsletter! Sign up for the best in behind-the-scenes goodness from our hearts to yours.

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Related posts:

  1. The State of Games, Episode 25 – The One About Game Design
  2. The State of Games, Episode 22 – The One About Two Pairs
  3. The State of Games, Episode 23 – The One About the Unpublished Masses
  4. The State of Games, Episode 26 – The One About Getting Lucky
  5. The State of Games, Episode 28 – The One About Spies Like Us
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4 Responses to “The State of Games, Episode 30 – The One About the Duke of Dice”
  1. Ragamuffin says:

    This sounds like an interesting inteview but I had to stop listening after 30 seconds. Mr. Launius’ audio was just too diffcult to understand. :( Sounded like he was talking over a gym’s PA system.

  2. dicehateme says:

    Yep, the sound quality was an unfortunate issue on this one. An electric storm, slow internet connection and bad Skype connection on both ends conspired against us. But, we felt like it was a great interview with Richard and that the content warranted broadcasting. It does clear up a bit after about the first few minutes.

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