The State of Games, Episode 41 – The One About Being Super

It’s a packed house on this episode as Darrell and TC continue their stellar jobs as co-hosts on the new State of Games and we’re joined by a truly super guest who never sleeps, makes his own weapons from steel and sweat, and bears an ever-so-striking resemblance to Joseph Gordon Levitt.

Links to important people and things mentioned on the podcast:

TC Petty III’s open beta test of VivaJava: The Coffee Game: The Dice Game (you can help playtest openly!)

The Boardroomers Microgame Design Contest (enter by Feb. 14!)

Greater than Games, LLC

Sentinels of the Multiverse

Galactic Strike Force


Love Letter





A Little Metal Dog loving on some great games

The Great Heartland Hauling Co. (The shipment is here! Get your pre-orders in!)

VivaJava: The Coffee Game (Get your post-holiday orders in!)

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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4 Responses to “The State of Games, Episode 41 – The One About Being Super”
  1. Matt Riddle says:

    downloading now

  2. Dérek Boily says:

    I’ve recently received Sentinels of the Multiverse as a gift. Now, I can hardly think about something else than to play this game (haven’t tried it yet… it’s looking at me from the shelf…!).

    Also, VivaJava:TCG:TDG files downloaded…!

  3. Brent says:

    Great episode. I love that Sentinels originated in an IHOP. I’m more of a Waffle House guy, but I can appreciate any idea that gets it start from breakfast food. In all seriousness though, Sentinels was a pleasant surprise for me last year, and it will be fun to see what Galactic Strike Force is all about.

  4. Brad says:

    I’ve ordered my copy of Heartland Hauling, and am spending way more time than is healthy waiting for notification that it has been shipped.

    Do you have a rough estimate of when those people who have preordered the game will have it shipped to them?

    Thanks a bunch! I’m looking forward to getting it to the table!

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