Our Turn Podcast is made up of a group of women who are pulling out the chairs around the table and inviting everyone to sit down and join the game and the conversation. Gaming is a fun social hobby that invites conversation, interaction, and connection between people of diverse backgrounds and points of view. Sitting across the game table and engaging in an entertaining pastime can break down barriers and open up lines of communication. We plan to use this podcast to be a positive, inclusive, and active voice in the gaming industry and the gaming community-at-large.
Dice Tower Network Podcast: Our Turn!
Our Turn! Episodes
On this week’s episode, we’re looking forward to the holidays and talking travel! But first, what we did this week: More Batman: Arkham City Machi Koro with the family Chip Chain (iOS & Android) eagerly looking forward to Fallout 4 You should join Best Buy “Gamers Club Unlocked” if you buy new video games. And now, on to the games!
On this week’s episode, we’re talking gamification, and we have a contest! Enter to win a copy of Maze Racers. What we played this week: Iota Guillotine Lords of Waterdeep (iOS) Earthbound (!!) MLB 15: The Show Rocket League Fallout Shelter Gamification – making necessary tasks more enjoyable by making them more game-like. Keys to gamification: Do it with tasks
The post 10 – The Family Gamers Podcast – Gamification – and Contest! appeared first on The Family Gamers.
We have returned! After missing a week, the Family Gamers are back, and talking about types of play.On this week’s podcast: The AAP is re-considering their recommendation of no screen time for children under 2. Games we played: World’s Fair 1893 – and Anitra wrote a review! Ragnaroll Takenoko Super Mario 3D World Fruit Ninja Lords of Waterdeep (iOS version)
Thanks for tuning in! We added a new segment this week, FOR SCIENCE! Andrew and Anitra try some gross(great!) potato chips and live to tell the tale. Also on this show: Mushroom 11 Maze Racers (again) Marvel PuzzleQuest More Project Rocket Golfing! Andrew obsesses over the Deepwater Organizer from Broken Token An interview with Andy Geremia, the creator of Maze
Thanks for tuning in! This week, we get creative. Story-based and creativity games! What we played this week: Maze Racers Blink What we talked about this week: Balderdash Paranoia Dixit Superfight Rory’s Story Cubes Don’t forget to leave us a review on iTunes and check us out on Facebook and Twitter! Stay tuned next week when we announce our contest
Thanks for tuning in! This week, we talk about the Boston Festival of Indie Games, with some special guests – our kids! What we played this week: Numberbots (“Not a game, Mommy”) Project Rocket Golfing Disney Fairies Fashion Boutique (discontinued iPad game) Slideways More information about the games we saw at Boston FIG: Project Rocket Golfing (iOS, by Morgan McGuire)
You’ve done it! You’re here, getting ready to listen to The Family Gamers! Episode 5 is coming to your ears momentarily, where Andrew and Anitra reveal the game they’ve finally beaten together after months of effort! Also, The Family Gamers are proud to have had the opportunity to interview Justin Halliday, the creator of Hero Kids, a tabletop role playing
Thanks for tuning in to Episode 4 of the newly rebranded Family Gamers Podcast! On this week’s episode, we, Andrew and Anitra, talk about a bunch of stuff we played (Campaign Trail once again, Ragnaroll, Most Glorious Comrade) Our topic this week is Screen Time. How do we manage screen time with our children? What is appropriate for our children
Thanks for tuning in to Episode 3 of A New Challenger Approaches! On this week’s episode, we, Andrew and Anitra, talk about a bunch of stuff we played (Campaign Trail, Dragonwood, Quoridor, Super Mario 3D World…) Our topic this week is Screen Time. What does the AAP recommend for screen time? How do we work through the AAP’s recommendations as
Thanks for tuning in to Episode 2 of A New Challenger Approaches! On this week’s episode, we, Andrew and Anitra, talk about a bunch of stuff we played (Cabaret and Alhambra) Our topic this week was both video games and board games and how to expose our kids to both without overdoing it. We’ll also talk about a few more
The post 02 – A New Challenger Approaches! – Don’t get Board of Video Games! appeared first on The Family Gamers.