In this show, Geoff tells us what "ludology" means, we talk about gaming burnout, and start a new contest! Giles goes nuts, Barry blunders, and Bryan goes to the old West.
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Don and Erik are joined by Giles to talk about elegance in games.
In the review-a-palooza, Giles and Ewen take a look at:
Erik and Don are joined by the Thunder from Down Under: Giles to talk about teaching games.
Erik and Don are joined by Giles to talk about getting those older games back into play.
In the review-a-palooza, Erik and Don review:
It's our big 250th episode! We are joined by dozens of people, friends from past and present, to talk about the history of the show and just celebrate. We also take a look at our top ten Dice Tower Episodes of all time.
In this show, we give a couple of character stereotypes, talk about the future of game publishing, and the horror of moving games. The Dice Tower gang give info and tips for Origins 2010, and Geoff eulogizes Marvin Gardner. Erik talks about D6 shooters, Giles about Traders of Carthage, and we finish up the show with our top ten games that give 'bang for the buck'.
In this show, we take some time talking about the top ten games that have replaced other games in our collections. Dexter and the Chief talk about Take it Easy, Brad goes over Age of Steam, Tom reviews 10 games in 9 minutes (or something like that), and Moritz talks about the evolution of Lord of the Rings.
In this show, the gang talks about the strangest games they ever played, Geoff talks about giving, and Mark talks about Christmas. We discuss recently played games - Thunderstone, the Adventurers, Castle Panic, the Ares Project, Summoner Wars, and World without End. Giles talks about a game convention, we take a look back at Lord of the Rings, and we give our top ten most unique games.
In this episode, Geoff crunches some numbers, Eric and Tom talk about some recently played (or NOT played) games, and Giles goes head to head with Tom about Doom and Descent. We preview a couple of games, and take a look at an older game - Lost Cities. We discuss how much money the show makes us (hint - not much), and end the show with our top ten party games!
In this show, the Englesteins talk some more about their game design process, Moritz discusses solitaire gaming, and Giles and Mark show up with gaming goodness. We start a new question segment, talk about Arimaa, both the game and book, and discuss Attika. Brad concludes his interview, and we announce the top ten enemies of gaming!