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    13 Days in 60 minutes - Part 2

    13 Days in 60 minutes - Part 2

    Part 2 of our conversation with Asger Sams Granerud airs this week. We talk about the gaming scene in Denmark plus what he's got coming up in the future.

    Horsey Avenger and I talk about our GenCon trip and some changes coming on the show. All for the good, we promise!

    • 1 hr 7 min
    13 Days in 60 minutes

    13 Days in 60 minutes

    This week we start our interview with Asger Sams Granerud, one of the designers of 13 Days: The Cuban Missile Crisis from Jolly Roger Games. Asger and I talk about 13 Days, his upcoming designs, and the Danish boardgame scene.

    • 48 min
    Dr. Reiner Knizia! - Part 2 - Episode 27

    Dr. Reiner Knizia! - Part 2 - Episode 27

    Our epic interview with Dr. Reiner Knizia concludes this week. What are his plans going forward? What game does he wish he had designed? Find out now!

    Instead of just reviewing one game this week, we are joined by my mom, Diane Oksienik. We discuss Battle Line, Schotten Totten, Ra, Orongo, Through the Desert, For Sale, and more!

    • 1 hr 11 min
    Dr. Reiner Knizia! - Episode 26

    Dr. Reiner Knizia! - Episode 26

    Wow. That's all I can say. This week you can hear part 1 of our interview with Dr. Reiner Knizia! We talk about games, digital and analog. Plus, Horsey Avenger and I review Dr. Knizia's newest gamer's game, Orongo.

    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Par3sR Bad ,

Glad you two are back

Family friendly boardgaming discussions. Check 'em out

Chlamydia1138 ,

Interesting podcast

Having listened to the full podcast, I really enjoyed it.

The show takes a bit too long to get started...but once they get going the content was very engaging, useful, entertaining and interesting. I especially liked that the group that played the game gave their reviews individually so you could see a good cross-section of players.

Tighten up the intro, and this will be a great podcast!