Episode 35 - Gen Con 2007

35: Gen Con 2007

Release Date: August 21, 2007

Running Time: 99 min.

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Global geeks, global games. From Israeli brainteasers and Italian game publishers to carved dice from little Polish elves, part one of our convention coverage includes over a dozen interviews. Part Two will be released a week from today.

Black Industries (Talisman), TableStar Games, 3d6 Art (Dice Mosaics), Rubbing Hands (Fred: The Game), Southern Fox (Re-Fraze), Tenki Games (Chang Cheng), Looney Labs (Zombie Fluxx), Your Move Games (Battleground), Fat Dragon Games (EZ Dungeon), Gen Con Australia, Q-Workshop Dice, Simply Fun Games, Intimagik Rings, Think Outside The Box (Brain Teasers).

Complete Show Notes continue after the break.

Gen Con Interviews

Black Industries Link

TableStar Games Link

3d6 Art Dice Mosaics Link

Fred: The Game Link

Re-Fraze Link

Tenki Games Link

Looney Labs Link

Your Move Games Link

Fat Dragon Games Link

Gen Con Australia Link

Q-Workshop Dice Link

Simply Fun Games Link

Intimagik Rings Link

Think Outside the Box Link


I'm sure there are some other goofs in there somewhere. Let us know if (when?) you find one!

The audio in the Gen Con Australia interview is really poor. We were right next the the video game demos and those booths had bass beats cranked up. Grr! Sorry if you were blasted out by them.



I would like it if the profanity were at least beeped-out next time. Or, even better, left out entirely.

But maybe this isn't intended to be family podcast that I can listen to with my kids.

Otherwise, keep up the good work.

Tampa, FL

Other than the one listener promo, I can't think of any instances of profanity in this particular episode. Our show doesn't ever include alot of profanity and I don't see that changing. That said, we're not interested in self-censorship either. That means you may have to excuse the occasional "bad" word. The minute we become self conscious about what we say or how we say it, I think we lose one of the show's strong points: we're just two regular guys having a regular conversation about games.

Based on the show's merits or demerits, we'll leave it to you to decide whether it is safe for you to listen with your kids.

Spiel on!


Lots of good info in here. I like that you hit the smaller companies to see what they had to offer. I'd never heard of Table Star Games before, but their HeroCard system sounds great. So much so that I put in an order for the entire Shogun set today. Unfortunately I couldn't do so from Time Well Spent, as they don't carry them, and I was adding them to an order that I need before I go out of town next week. Great pair of episodes, and look forward to the "regular" schedule making a return.

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