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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Yes!! Finally!! Another podcast! And it kick starts Season 4! On a new episode, with new music and even a new segment, I talk about how the show is evolving in Season 4, my first impressions of Crystal Palace and Papillion and then begin a new regular segment that you can all join in on.............QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS!!
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Essen was fantastic and it was great to see some of you there! What were my feelings on the event? And yes sorry for the long absence due to a busy October - that's why as a treat, you're getting my first impressions of many Essen games I've played since I got back! #essen #brokenmeeple #lukehector #podcast #dicetower
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Essen was fantastic and it was great to see some of you there! What were my feelings on the event? And yes sorry for the long absence due to a busy October - that's why as a treat, you're getting my first impressions of many Essen games I've played since I got back! #essen #brokenmeeple #lukehector #podcast #dicetower
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Glenn Ford, the lead developer for Gaslands, discusses all the ins and outs of being able to legally place the CE mark on the back of your game box. There are a ton of misconceptions and misinformation about the process, and Glenn goes through everything step-by-step to make sure it’s crystal clear. And for more reading on...

The post CE Marking and Board Games with Glenn Ford appeared first on Board Game Design Lab.

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JB Howell, designer of Flotilla, discusses the three types of creativity and how they relate to game design. JB is an up and coming designer who I believe will be a household name by the end of this year, and we go into a lot of the ins and outs of his own creative process.

The post The Three Types of Creativity with JB Howell appeared first on Board Game Design Lab.

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Today, I talk about my thoughts and experience on my recent invite to Tabletop Scotland in August 2019 including an oldie of a superhero game that I finally got to play. After that, I tackle a rather solemn topic - is it possible with all the thousands of releases and Cult of the New being a devil's advocate for Hype that some of us gamer critics and fanatics can become jaded?
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Today, I talk about my thoughts and experience on my recent invite to Tabletop Scotland in August 2019 including an oldie of a superhero game that I finally got to play. After that, I tackle a rather solemn topic - is it possible with all the thousands of releases and Cult of the New being a devil's advocate for Hype that some of us gamer critics and fanatics can become jaded?
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Jamey Stegmaier, designer of Tapestry, discusses how to design a civilization game. Creating a civ game is no small task, and we get into all the ins and outs of putting one together.

The post Designing a Civilization Game with Jamey Stegmaier appeared first on Board Game Design Lab.

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