Dice Tower Network Podcast: The Broken Meeple

The Broken Meeple is a show based in the UK set up in August 2013 that reports on board and card games from the perspective of Luke Hector, a born-again hard-core gamer. The podcast gives my first impressions of recent board games played, discusses various gaming related subjects that are topical and recently now issues a new Top 10 list every episode chosen by you, the gamers on BoardGameGeek. The aim of the podcast is to give a fun and interesting look on the board gaming hobby whilst not being afraid of going against the hype when necessary. The podcast can also be subscribed to on ITunes.

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The Broken Meeple Episodes

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HELLO! I'm back! Sorry for the quiet period, but Arkham Horror Month really required my full devotion and I was away for a week in the later part of October. But now normal service has resumed and we get started with first impressions on Shadows over Camelot and Galaxy Trucker. In addition we revisit a recent zombie game which deserves a slight . . . alteration. . . to my thoughts about it.
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And we're back! Sorry I should say "I'm back!" Episode 5 of The Broken Meeple podcast is up and ready for listening! In today's episode, I reflect on two new games that I partook in during a recent Portsmouth On Board gaming night. In Last Night On Earth, I test out the Survivors by attempting to refuel our our truck and survive the zombie onslaught. In Gambit 7 I get my taste of what Wits & Wagers is all about with this small scale version of the popular party game by Days of Wonder. Finally, a taste of things to come in Arkham Horror Month!
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Episode 3 of the Broken Meeple podcast. This episode is devoted to first impressions and I've got 4 games to discuss! 2 are good, 2 are bad. Terra Mystica, Kingdom Builder, Chicago Express and Ugg-Tect - but which are which?
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Episode 2 of the Broken Meeple podcast! http://brokenmeeple.blogspot.co.uk/ In this episode (with better production values than Episode 1) I will be discussing my first impressions of a weird board game called "Killer Bunnies", my Top 3 Worst Game Genres and giving some special thanks to people who have helped me during the blog's difficult setup!

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