Dice Tower Network Podcast: Out of Game

Out of Game is a podcast about tabletop gaming, focused on unique discussion topics centered around board games, card games, RPG’s, gamers and gamer culture.

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Out of Game Episodes

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In the thirtieth episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim dedicate the entire episode to their amazing listeners by answering their fantastic questions.

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In the twenty-ninth episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim revisit their 2016 gaming resolutions, reveal their 2017 gaming resolutions, and discuss how to have a proper gaming/life balance.

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In the twenty-eighth episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim discuss Ryan's experiences at BGG.CON 2016, revisit a classic segment, and discuss board game buzz and its effects on the industry.

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In the twenty-seventh episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim answer six listener questions, introduce Tim's new segment, and then discuss how to bring relevance back to your friendly local game store.

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Ryan reviews a little-known but fun family-style dexterity stacking game.

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In the twenty-sixth episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim give a mini-review of Scythe and continue their yearly tradition of giving the best and worst of GenCon 2016.

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In the twenty-fifth episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim reveal the details for the $1000 Dice Tower Network Coolstuffinc contest, give a mini-review of Sheriff of Nottingham, and discuss introvert vs. extrovert gamers.

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In the twenty-fourth episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim discuss Origins 2016, what to do in socially awkward gaming situations, and Cult of the Old vs Cult of the New vs Cult of the Next.

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In the twenty-third episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim discuss some upcoming games from amazing IP's, describe the typical lifecycle of a hobby boardgamer, and debate the merits of points-based vs level-based RPG's.

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In the twenty-second episode of Out of Game Ryan, Chris & Tim discuss playing board games in a hostage situation, give a mini-review of Mysterium, and discuss the pros and cons of the various styles of cooperative games.

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