Board Everyday Podcast #7 – Granite Game Summit and Uwe Week

This week the Board Everyday crew chats with Kimberly Bullock, one of the co-founders of the Granite Game Summit about the upcoming convention in Nashua, New Hampshire. Then they talk about how they’ve been picking their games and give a recap of “Uwe Week”!

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Board Everyday Podcast #6 – Above and Below and BGG.CON

On this episode of the Board Everyday Podcast, Dan, Laura, and Sean take a look at Above & Below by designer Ryan Laukat and Red Raven Games. We also voice our opinions about BGG.CON 2016 selling out in 2 hours.

This episode contains portions of “Vodka and Beer” by The Vivisectors, licensed under a CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License. Find more at thevivisectors.bandcamp.com

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Board Everyday Podcast #5 – Game Conventions

In this episode, we talk about our experiences with TotalCon and what we think makes a good board game convention. We also listen to Dan rant about Zombicide and there is, of course, a discussion about Kickstarter.

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Board Everyday Podcast #3 – Gaming on Valentine’s Day

Today on the Board Everyday podcast, Laura and Dan discuss games for your Valentine’s Day:

– Patchwork
– 7 Wonders: Duel
– Istanbul
– Seasons
– Glass Road
– Castles of Burgundy

 

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Board Everyday Podcast #2 – Mombasa and Other Post-It Notes

Today on the Board Everyday podcast:

– We review Mombasa, by Alexander Pfister.
– Wizards of the Coast shows us the “right” way to handle fan created content.
– Games to avoid when trying to bring people into the hobby.

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Introducing the Board Everyday Podcast!

Well, it was bound to happen. If there’s one thing that conventions have taught me it’s that I love talking about board games. And I mean LOVE it. So in an effort to save my family and friends from having to hear me ramble on like some obsessed person, I’m starting a podcast. And I guess I should use the pronoun “we” because no one wants to sit and listen to just me talk for an hour. Joining me in this endeavor will be my good friends and gaming partners Don and Sean. The three of us will bring very different viewpoints to each conversation and our gaming histories are all a bit different. And every once in a while my primary gaming (and life) partner Laura will pop by to chat.

This is new ground, so we’ll work things out as we go – but for the most part we will be bringing you news, reviews, and lots and lots of opinions about board games and general hobby related topics. Our first episode is an introduction to the three of us, some random gaming related banter, and plenty of chat about Pandemic Legacy. But don’t worry – there’s no spoilers. You can (soon) find our podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, and just about anywhere podcasts can be harvested from.

There’s a couple sound issues in this first one, but we’ve got those worked out now!

We hope you enjoy it!

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