Contributor: Eric Summerer

Co-host of the Dice Tower
Eric Summerer

Eric Michael Summerer is a voice actor and producer whose voice has been heard in countless commercials and instructional recordings.  A graduate of Syracuse University, studying both TV/Radio/Film and Theater, Eric has served as narrator for over one hundred audiobooks, including Arthur C. Clarke’s Childhood’s End (2009 Audie Nominee), Kurt Vonnegut’s God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater, and novels set in the Forgotten Realms (Elaine Clark's Songs and Swords series) and Pathfinder Tales (Liane Merciel's Nightglass and Nightblade) universes.  Interactive media credits include Mytran WarsKing of Fighters 2006, and Metal Slug 3D. Eric is also the voice of the companion apps for One Night Ultimate Werewolf (Bezier Games) and Dead of Winter: A Crossroads Game (Plaid Hat Games).

Eric’s favorite games include Pandemic, Alien Frontiers, and Merchant of Venus, but he’s willing to try just about anything, from abstract strategy games to (horrors!) the latest version of Monopoly.  Eric is active on BoardGameGeek with the username amazingintern, and can be followed on Twitter at @ericsummerer. He also enjoys watching lots of television, listening to novelty music, and fondly remembering his short-lived curling career.

All Content With Eric Summerer

January 31, 2012
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In this show, Ryan takes a look at complexity and games, while we review Evo, Poseidon's Kingdom, and Flash Point.  We answer a ton of listener questions, and end the show with our top ten games from five years ago - 2007.

January 24, 2012
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In this show, we kick off our annual fund raiser, with our cool new Dice Towers, and Geoff talks about pain and games.  The Chief delves into Kickstarter, Andrew talks about a Few Acres of Snow, and Tom and Eric talk about 21 games in 21 minutes.  We give the latest news, and talk about nolstagic games that weren't quite as good as we remembered.

January 17, 2012
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We continue our best of 2011 show, still joined by an army of contributors!  In this half, we talk about our favorite expansions of 2011, as well as the best reprint, most innovative game, best family game, strangest game, biggest brainburner, and more!  Finally, though, we come to the BEST games of the year - including our top ten games of 2011.

January 10, 2012
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In this episode, we are joined by a ton of contributors as we take a look back over the year of 2011.  In this first half, we talk about the best card, war, and party game.  We discuss our most surprising game, as well as the most dissappointing.  We talk about he best components and artwork, as well as the worst games of the year.  And we talk about the year as a whole, including the top ten n

December 20, 2011
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In this show, Ryan muses about artists and games, and Tom groans about times he says "Oops".  We talk about recently played games, and interview Christof Tisch  about German culture and games.  Finally, we talk about our top ten games that are out of our personal comfort zones.  Oh, and listen to the very end, aft

December 13, 2011
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In this episode, Geoff talks about Power Creep, while Moritz reviews Shadow Era.  We talk about some Turkeys and Kangaroos (games that have changed in our rankings) and player stereotypes.  We discuss Souvlaki wars, Coercio, Flash Duel, Kill Shot, On the Underground, and Canal Mania.  Finally, we end the show with a discussion on addictive games and how we broke (or didn't!) the addiction.

December 6, 2011
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In this episode, we are joined by Russ Wakelin from the D6 Generation podcast.  We answer a few questions, talk about the complexity of modern games, and then delve into our top ten fantasy games.

August 28, 2011
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Eric Summerer takes watchers on a trip, showing how we make the audio version of the Dice Tower.

August 10, 2011
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A 172 second review!

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April 26, 2011
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In this episode, Tom and Eric answer a bunch of questions, Geoff and Father Geek educate us on board games, and we talk about our top ten card games of all time.

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