After a slight delay the boys are back. Robert falls briefly in to Martian-Rover-existential-dread, but picking on Jonathan and thinking about Destiny 2 brings him back. Jonathan plays more games with his kids and tries a special treat. This week the boys interview Stephen Buonocore President of Stronghold Games, where they talk about everything and everyone. All this, plus table top news, lots of talk about Star Trek Discovery, and so much more, this week on the FMD Podcast.
In this episode we take a look at a couple Kickstarter campaigns currently going on for gaming tables. We discuss the pros and cons of both types and hear about how excited Ashley is for her new gaming table. We also speculate about the Citadel Paint App and talk about some of the apps that we already use for tracking our paints.
This week, Robert is recovering from a short vacation, and Jonathan is recovering from watching Roberts kids while he was on vacation. Jonathan is so tired, that he can barely handle Roberts shenanigans. Also this week we talk about local conventions, including a recent trip to Chupacabra Con, look at Kickstarter, get a ton of news to cover, and talk about a lot of random stuff. All this and more on this episode of the FMD Podcast!
On todays show, Mike and Meaghan talk story telling and rpgs, with some hands on experience with the new Hotness Gloomhaven and an in-depth conversation with Eric Dupuis of Wyrmwood Gaming about their current Kickstarter campaign for the Wyrmwood Magnetic Game Master Screen.
In this episode of the TireKicker Podcast, the hosts interview Chris from Game Theater about their new Dragon Thrones campaign. “Game Theatre” is a new and specialized live action role-play (larp) hybrid combining larp with tabletop gaming mechanics, and theatrical experiences, to create an immersive social adventure.
Check out this link to the Kickstarter Campaign.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 11.
In this episode we find out what everyone got for Christmas, check out the status of our New Year’s resolutions, and share our final spoiler filled thoughts on Rogue One.
Then, Geeky Jean comes early and offers up some Valentine’s Day advice, we discuss what we think of adult games, and Lathan scares us with a glimpse into his sex dungeon.
In addition, we have some technical difficulties and experience a Russian takeover, find out who comes out on top when Celebrity Deathmatch turns into a threesome, and Dave goes insane and tries to give away free stuff.
And last but not least, we dig into Tim’s Sack and reveal our lucky contest winner. I never thought I would use the term “lucky” when it came to Tim’s Sack..
In this episode of the TireKicker Podcast, the hosts interview Andrew from Gunmeister Games about their new Judgement miniature game campaign, which features MOBA style action with finely crafter 54mm high detailed resin miniatures. Check out this link to the Kickstarter Campaign.
Also, we have some exciting tours coming up from Geek Nation Tours.
First up, its the Little Big Horn tour, part of the Signature Battlefield series, with History on Fire host Daniel Bolelli as a special guest.
Next, its the Geeking Out at GenCon tour, where the theme is Zombies.
And finally, there’s the Geeking Out With Miniatures in the UK tour, with Independent Characters host Carl joining in the fun.
The Nerdherders take you through their favorite geeky stuff from 2016, including TV, movies, comic books, games, podcasts and more! They also break down Rogue One (A Star Wars Story) and fill you in on what they’ve been up to.
This week, due to a severe lack of news and Kickstarters, we change our normal format. Our first segment, off the shelf, is back as normal. But we go over the best nerdy things of 2016, and then have a few predictions of 2017. Which at the time of recording none had come true yet. However as of right now one of Jonathans may have already come to pass, and one of Roberts may have technically become correct (which is the best kind of correct).
You can find the full show notes, at this link!
The Nerdherders reach a milestone with their 100th episode! The boys catch up on what they’ve been doing recently and also muse about what has come and gone in the nearly 4.5 years they’ve been recording the show
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 9.
In this episode we quickly find out trouble follows me no matter where I sit, talk baseball in Boystown, and hear that our latest DnD session went to some very dark places.
We also mix it up and have everyone bring their own topics for a potluck roundtable, Joe talks turkey with a holiday horror story, and we keep trying to give away free stuff.
In addition, we share some Christmas gift ideas for the geek in everyone, mess with the Batman, and enjoy some leftovers of Kickstarters way past their expiration date.
And last but not least, we find out who goes down with the ship in Tim’s Sack when the crew hits an iceberg and runs out of lifeboats.
In this episode, Meaghan introduces her new co-host, and they interview Michael Sng from Machinations Studios. They have a new Kickstarter project titled Codename: Colossus, which features large sized mechanized models done in a Steampunk/WWI vibe.
Also, Geek Nation Tours would like to let everyone know that the latest iteration of their famous Geeking Out With Miniatures in the UK tour for 2017 is now live, and available for booking. Please head on over to Geek Nation Tours for more information.
The Nerdherders have been playing a lot of Dungeons and Dragons lately. In this episode the boys take you through all of the ins and outs of character classes in fifth edition D&D. The boys also interview Jake of AlphaOmegaHobby.com about his new KickStarter project, a gaming headquarters/hobbyists paradise in Boston, MA.
All this along with the regular banter, discussion about comic books, birthday bashes and Ian’s trip to DragonCon!
Which actor really nailed their superhero role? Which ones ruined a character on screen? Find out what the Nerdherders think as they break down their favorite (and least favorite) actors in comic book movies. There’s also discussion of No Man’s Sky, Overwatch and the usual sprinkling of Dungeons and Dragons and comic books.
In this episode, the hosts bring you two Kickstarter campaigns that are currently underway. The first interview is with Justin McCoy, from Secret Weapon Miniatures, who have recently launched their Tablescapes Dungeons – Modular RPG Dungeons. The second interview is with Ronnie Renton, from Mantic Games, and they’re nearing the end of their campaign for Dreadball 2.
In this episode, the hosts interview Adam and Brady Sadler, creators of the new Walking Dead: No Sanctuary board game from Cryptozoic Entertainment. The game is based off of the AMC hit TV series, and is a fully cooperative game for 1-4 players. The Kickstarter campaign is currently under way, and a link to the campaign can be found here: Walking Dead: No Sanctuary.
Welcome to Anonymous Tabletop Episode 5.
In this episode we take a look at the upcoming wave of X-wing models, rant about the random and expensive nature of collectable games, and chat about gaming tables on Kickstarter.
We also discuss our upcoming Dungeons and Dragons campaign, discover that our DM is a veritable Rain Man, and go off the rails and get nostalgic about the Herculoids and He-Man.
And this time, Mario digs deep into Tim’s Sack but finds nothing but demons. But if at first you don’t succeed? Try, try, again. And we don’t ever talk about Lathan’s trunk. But then again, I’m not sure I even want to know what it is he keeps in there..
As always, we would like to remind you that this podcast is uncensored and may not be suitable for all audiences. In all honesty, it’s not really suitable for ANY audience if you ask us. You have been warned..
But anyway.. On with the show.
Tire Kickers sit down with Mat Hart of Steamforged Games to discuss the Dark Souls board game currently on Kickstarter. Prepare to Die folks….that is the best advice we can give. As usual, you’ll find updates on all of the Kickstarter projects we are following and rumors we’ve dug up.
Here’s a link to the Dark Souls Kickstarter campaign : Link