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

Spartacus

Love Letter

Myrmes

Compounded

 

ALSO, OUR KICKSTARTER ALL STARS:

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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