• Bi-annual Podcast Round-up: Fall 2010

    It’s time to go through my podcast feeds and decide what will go and what will stay.  Here are my mini-reviews of the RPG podcasts I’m currently subscribed to and whether they will stay as part...

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  • Board Game Promotion Roundup

    G*M*S Magazine would like you to play board games in public on December 4 if you live in the UK. ( source ) The Arizona Daily Star promotes Michael Mindes and his Tasty Minstrel Games. (...

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  • Paper Money #39: Starting a Convention

    ChiTaG is this weekend and Black Friday is next week, but Ben and Rett talk about all sorts of news they missed last show- from the demise of GW Historicals and Heroscape to how Hasbro is...

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  • Around the World With Pope John Paul

    Marek Oczkowski of Polskie Gry Planszowe has published a roll and move game about Pope John Paul’s travels. I don’t know who the designer is. This is one of several games released by this publisher in...

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  • Nice – the new web-based Character Builder crashes reliably

    I only have 4 days left on my DDI account, but I figured I’d still take a look at the new DDI Character Builder to see what the new character sheets look like. Unfortunately that doesn’t...

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  • Examining High Level Play: Part One

    Tweet A couple weeks back, I was reflecting on the D&D Immortals campaign I’ve been working with, and I got to thinking about “high level play” as a whole concept. I scribbled some notes, and then...

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  • 4Kids Kills TC Digital aka Chaotic

    In 4Kids Entertainment’s 3rd quarter report , they announce that they have “discontinued the business operations of our majority-owned trading card subsidiary, TC Digital Games LLC ,” publishers of the Chaotic TCG. They go on to...

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  • Board Game Promotional Roundup

    KURL promotes Spontuneous. ( source ) The Herald Scotsman promotes the 1745 Trading Company, creators of various UK “quest” games. ( source ) In a Psychology Today blog, Ryan G. Van Cleave disses video games played...

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  • Sun: UK Prisoners Paid to Play Scrabble

    The Scottish Sun reports that some prisoners are “paid to play” Scrabble, which hash infuriated the public. The public has been infuriated several times in recent history over reports of game consoles, televisions, and other such...

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  • Memoir: My First Review

    I’ve received what I consider the first review of a game I’ve written. Jonathan Lavallee over at Gamish Designer has been working through the Game Chef entries one by one and published a mini-review of mine...

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