The Geek All-Stars is a podcast about board games, card games, video games, MMO's, movies, TV, and anything else that comes to our minds. Each episode contains a varied group of "All-Stars" from the geek world. Join Dan/GeekJock to discuss the topics of the day. We are joined, on a regular basis, by industry insiders such as Dice Hate Me Games' Chris K, video game developer/journalist Josh Augustine, prominent bloggers such as Tom Gurganus, and (of course) guys with more games then we care to count (as in Adam O.) I cannot promise we will always stay on topic, but I can promise we will have a good time!
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Comicon was this past weekend so we have to talk about all the AMAZING trailers that came out, from Justice League to Thor to Stranger Things 2, we talk about them all. We also talk about some games played, and playing with very much non gamers. Also we talk about some Viral Marketing of Games which has gone on, and how do react to those campaigns? Thanks for Listening!
Tonight Dan and Chris are all over the map.. talking about summer movies we have seen, the new hotness Monopoly Gamer(?) and also about a ton of games we have played over the last month and a half. Did We like Century Spice road? How about Spider Man? Or What about Captain Sonar? Listen and see! Thanks for listening!
Tonight Dan is joined by Ben Pinchback, Josh Mills and Matt Wolfe for a quick (ish) Origins look back, and we introduce a new type of show. A BOARD GAME DRAFT! The four of us will do a four round draft of our best Pick up and Deliver games and YOU will determine who wins the draft! So head to the guild or web site and tell us who won the draft! Thanks for Listening!
Thanks to Lance "Undead Viking" for joining us for a great show full of all things geek and all things gaming! We meander around the geek sphere for a bit but also talk a ton about some great games like Yokohama, Ethnos and a bunch of games to be released at this year's Origins that you won't want to miss! Thanks for listening, and be sure to get in on our contest which will end on June 11th!
Our long lost sister, Socially Inept Gamer Tiffany returns to keep us in line and talk about Too Many Bones by Chip Theory Games, and a bunch of other games (and give us a great outtake!), as well as tackle our main topic of buying habits and how they have changed. Thanks a ton to Tiffany for Joining us and thanks to you for listening. Make sure you take part in our MAY CONTEST for a game giveaway as well!
This episode we are extremely excited to interview Isaac Childres, publisher and creator of Gloomhaven. We have a good time talking about his other games and Gloomhaven as a whole. Check out the 2nd printing on Kickstarter before it ends, you won't be sorry you did! Thanks for listening!
After a stellar March madness of board games episode we wanted to keep this one shorter. So Chris and I review Railroad Revolution and then get nostalgic about the top 11 games from our childhood. Thanks for all who contributed on the guild and thanks for listening!
Today Dan, Chris, Adam S, Matt W. Jassica and Linus go through a ton of great games to see who wins a March Madness tourney of board games. This year we pit 2001, 2006, 2011, and 2016 against each other to see who will win! There just might be a huge upset like last year. Who knows! Thanks for listening
Tonight Dan and Chris discuss some KS, have a few discussions about weird happenings on BGG, and thanks to a listener request we go into the top 11 Marvel and DC Villains (starts about 1:40). Hope you enjoy and thanks for listening! If you have show topics or ideas please mail us or visit our guild!
Looking for a good new game to play, but short on cash? Andrew and Anitra discuss a variety of games that can be had cheaply (under $20), including one that simply needs pen and paper!What we played recently: Anomia Duple Celebrity – this is a party game that simply requires pens, paper, and a container for the slips of paper.
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