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 continue down the board game geek top rated list and talk about the next 15 games. We then look back over the top 25 and pick the games we want to play most of the ones we have not yet played. Well all except for Chris because he played them all (almost). Go to http://TabletopGameTalk.com/live to learn how to be part of our live audience.
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We're back!  And this week we're going to talk about the top 10 rated games on boardgamegeek.com.  What are they?  Who's played them?  Should you play them?  This is part 1 of (likely 3) episodes where we'll look at the top rated games and talk about why they are there and are they right for everyone.  (No, they are not, but it's still interesting to talk about why they may or may not be right for you...) Go to http://TabletopGameTalk.com/live to learn how to be part of our live audience.
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This is our last replay episode!  This means you get to hear the episode that Fletcher joined us in right now.  And it means you get to listen to a brand new episode next week!  (That episode we're going to be talking about the top rated games.) But of course, if you don't want to listen to Fletcher's first episode, you can always just skip to  1:08:20 and listen to the new stuff.
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In this, our seventh episode in our series of summer replay episodes, we talk about Table Flippers.  Those people that get just a little too passionate about the games they play.  (i.e. Kitty gets mad when things don't go her way.) You can also skip to the end and just listen to our comments on this episode by skipping to 1:03:50. (Where's all the other stuff that goes here?  
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This is the sixth in our series of summer replay episodes and we're half way through.  And this week it's about Chris, well Chris and his game buying habits.  He made some promises (commitments?) in this episode, and at the end we find out if he kept them... ...we find out in the last 15 minutes with present day us (including Josh again) looking back at this episode.  But, if you don't want to re-listen to this entire episode you can skip right to the conclusion, by going to timestamp 1:01:10.
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This is the fifth in our series of summer replay episodes and we're half way through.  This is our famed (ok, maybe just famed by us) AP episode where we answer all the questions about why some people have AP and how we can find common ground with them.  Or if you are an AP player, how you can find common ground with those players that just don't seem to care as much about the game as you do...
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This is the fourth in our series of summer replay episodes.  In this episode there is a hostile takeover.  Ok, not really hostile, but still a takeover and you get a chance to know us from the other side, the sig side... After the original episode finishes, we have another 15 more minutes of present day us (including Josh again) looking back at this episode. If you don't want to re-listen to this episode and skip right to the new stuff, then listen to the first minute and then skip to 57:40.
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This is the third in our series of summer replay episodes.  In this episode we have a little fun talking about drinking games.  But we still tried to keep it family friendly. If you want to see the outtakes we (I) keep talking about, you can find them on youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ktNAq6oOL8
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This is the second of our summer replay episodes.  In this episode we go meta.  First meta about the podcast, and then we talk about meta gaming (and cheating).  And then, after the original episode finishes, you get 15 more minutes of present day us (including Josh again) looking back at this episode. If you don't want to re-listen to this episode and skip right to the new stuff, then listen to the first minute and then skip to 1:01:50.
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In the first of our summer replay episodes, we'll be going all the way back to Kitty's first episode and asking the question, What Makes a Game Fun... for us?  If this episode seems longer than others, that's because there's about 15 additional minutes at the end of the episode where we (present day Chris, Kitty, Josh and Fletcher) talk about the episode and how things have changed since it's original publication. If you don't want to re-listen to this episode and skip right to the new stuff, then listen to the first minute and then skip to 1:05:58.  But really, it's all good, we promise!

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