Dice Tower Network Podcast: Tabletop Game Talk

Tabletop Game Talk is a weekly podcast that not only talks about games but also covers the topics of the board game hobby in general.  Chris, Kitty, and Josh each bring a different view point to the conversation in a fun and easy to listen to format.  The top of every episode includes feedback from our listeners to encourage a strong and interactive community.

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Tabletop Game Talk Episodes

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This week we're still not here.  Instead Chris leaves you with an episode of Dice Tower Now. The show has come a long way and we think it's the best it's ever been, so give it a listen and if you like it, you can subscribe at: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dice-tower-now/id546392540 (or wherever you find your podcasts).   If you want to enter our 2021 giveaway, email us at feedback at tabletopgametalk.com with the subject "2021 Giveaway".  You only need to email once to be entered for the entire year.  
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This week we're not here.  Well, Chris stops in for some updates, but we're taking this week (and next) off.  Instead we leave you with a crossover with the Help From Future Self podcast where Sydnie (Chris's wife) helps host and talks about KeyForge, one of our favorite games.
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  This week we look at the different ways to play in an RPG campaign.  Whether that "campaign" is a 2 hour-learn-to-play-one-shot or a 10 year long save-the-multiverse-sprawling-epic, there's a way for anyone to find the time to play in a game or two.  We're also taking the next two weeks off, but when we come back we'll be doing an epic 5 person drawing for our 2021 giveaway.  So enter now if you haven't. Wanna know more about Keyforge live (July 23-25): http://keyforgelive.archonscorner.com 
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This week we're talking about tracking our play statistics and board game collections.  What are the various ways we can track our plays?  What is the value of doing so?  What about keeping an inventory of your game collection?  Does it help you keep the collection under control or just make you feel guilty for having too many games?  Can it be both? If you want to enter our 2021 giveaway, details are below. And if you're a winner this is the current list of games you get to pick from (more will be added throughout the year):
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This week we're talking about story driven games.  Those games that put story first and mechanics second (or maybe eliminate most mechanics altogether).  How do we feel about story in our games?  Does it add or deter from the meat of the game?  And does all that story keep us playing or scare us away? If you want to enter our 2021 giveaway, details are below. And if you're a winner this is the current list of games you get to pick from (more will be added throughout the year):
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This week Fletcher and Chris are on their own as they talk about expandable card games from TCG like Magic the Gathering to LCGs like Arkham Horror.  What are the pros and cons of the different distribution methods of these games and what do we prefer? If you want to enter our 2021 giveaway, details are below. And if you're a winner this is the current list of games you get to pick from (more will be added throughout the year):
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This week Kitty and Chris are on their own as Fletcher didn't want to be around when Kickstarter came up.  BUT, in this episode, they both agree to disagree with someone else.  Specifically they are talking about the article you can find here: https://www.polygon.com/22458363/crowdfunding-is-killing-board-game-expa....
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This week we talk about Failing Forward in RPGs or how to keep the story moving when the players fail to overcome a challenge.  We may go off the rails a bit, you know, to demonstrate real life failing forward.  But as long as we had fun, we did it right... Oh, and in the post credits we talk a bit about taking sides, or not, when two evil groups decide to go to war in our current adventure. If you want to enter our 2021 giveaway, details are below. And if you're a winner this is the current list of games you get to pick from (more will be added throughout the year):
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This week we talk about co-op games, again.  From games that are really just solo games to games that must be played with multiple people.  We'll dig into what appeals to us about each of these kinds of games.  We (Kitty) even comes up with a cool new way to play co-op games solo but with others.  It makes sense if you listen, honest. If you want to enter our 2021 giveaway, details are below. And if you're a winner this is the current list of games you get to pick from (more will be added throughout the year):
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This week Kitty makes us talk about trivia games.  That is all. Oh, and Kitty says check out these podcasts:https://trivialitypodcast.comhttps://quizbangpod.com Kitty might be the worst. If you want to enter our 2021 giveaway, details are below. And if you're a winner this is the current list of games you get to pick from (more will be added throughout the year):

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