The Geek All-Stars is a podcast about board games, card games, video games, MMO's, movies, TV, and anything else that comes to our minds. Each episode contains a varied group of "All-Stars" from the geek world. Join Dan/GeekJock to discuss the topics of the day. We are joined, on a regular basis, by industry insiders such as Dice Hate Me Games' Chris K, video game developer/journalist Josh Augustine, prominent bloggers such as Tom Gurganus, and (of course) guys with more games then we care to count (as in Adam O.) I cannot promise we will always stay on topic, but I can promise we will have a good time!
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Tonight Dan and Chris discuss some KS, have a few discussions about weird happenings on BGG, and thanks to a listener request we go into the top 11 Marvel and DC Villains (starts about 1:40). Hope you enjoy and thanks for listening! If you have show topics or ideas please mail us or visit our guild!
Looking for a good new game to play, but short on cash? Andrew and Anitra discuss a variety of games that can be had cheaply (under $20), including one that simply needs pen and paper!What we played recently: Anomia Duple Celebrity – this is a party game that simply requires pens, paper, and a container for the slips of paper.
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Tonight Dan and Chris have a nice discussion about starting a campaign in Gloomhaven with Mosley, and also have a nice sit down with Buonocore to inform him of the Game of the year win for Terraforming Mars. And finally we take some questions from twitter and the guild. Thanks for listening!
We talk this week to Dennis Hoyle, one of the founders of Bellwether Games. We discuss a few of the games Bellwether Games publishes: The Princess and the Goblin – a maze-building, path-discovery game based on the George MacDonald story of the same name. Coldwater Crown – a fishing puzzle game. Figure out how to catch the right fish at
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Tonight Dan and Chris are joined by Matt Wolfe and Adam S as they give the top 11 games of 2016 as determined by the panel of Geek Allstars. See what made the list what did not make the list.... And see how many Dan-gents the guys can get on. You just never know! And what do you think won the big Geek Allstars Game of the year 2016??
Welcome to the first show of 2017! We did a lot of gaming over the holiday season. What were your favorite games of 2016? What we have been doing: Went to Worcester Gamer Group Yankee Swap. Fun to play games with different people, and got Zany Penguins. Played Guillotine and Lanterns. Rhino Hero with the kids. Mmm! and New York
Tonight Dan and Chris are joined by Matt and Ben (The Fleeples) to go through ALL sorts of categories of the best and worst of 2016. From best card game to best family game all the way to the worst games of 2016 we have a ton of categories we get through. We have our usual Dan-Gents of course, including some movie talk but it's all great and a ton of fun. Thanks to Matt and Ben for joining us for a great show and thanks to you for listening!
We talked this week about gifts (’tis the season, after all), new games, and games we are looking forward to in 2017. But first, what we played! Stories: The Path of Destinies (free on Playstation Plus until the end of December!) Very fun, but rated T for “violence, blood, and mild language”. For Andrew, it’s a “popcorn” game – like
Tonight Dave "Buckey Fitzy" returns both as a Law man and as a Trek Geek. We give our first thoughts on the new Gale Force 9 release of Star Trek Ascendancy, and we add some random Dangent topics and we also touch back on a couple of Law Issues permeating into the board game community these days. Thanks for Listening!
It’s that time of year again. If you are wondering what games make good gifts, we are here to help! We also played a few new-to-us and new-to-the-show games this week.We have recommendations for all ages and ability levels, as well as two-player and party games. See the full list at thefamilygamers.com/holiday2016 One of our perpetual favorites is Maze Racers.