Josh Look and friends discuss The Naked Time, the fourth episode of Star Trek. http://fortressat.com/images/audio/NerdTrap04.mp3
Josh Look and friends discuss The Enemy Within, the fifth episode of Star Trek.
Matt Loter went to WBC and all we got was this #!@*ing podcast. The first of a two part World Boardgaming Championship special edition of the FATcast with interviews of boardgame publishers, designers and WBC participants. Plus two very special messages from Will Kenyon. Can you find both of them?
Matt Loter went to WBC and all we got was this #!@*ing podcast. The second of a two part World Boardgaming Championship special edition of the FATcast with interviews of boardgame publishers, designers and WBC participants. Plus a very special spelling lesson from Will Kenyon.
In this episode we discuss Attika and Pax Porfiriana. Is Attika the Medusa of German family games? And how do you pronounce Porfiriana?
The first episode of a new FatCast series. One game. Two opinions. Fifteen minutes.
In this episode we discuss Quantum. It has a space theme, but does that mean it is a space game?
One game. Three opinions. Fifteen minutes.
In this episode we discuss Thunder Alley with special guest Dan Raspler (game designer of Space Cadets: Away Missions, and writer for Realm of Larp). Thunder Alley is a NASCAR themed game, but does that mean you have to shop at Walmart to enjoy it?
Josh and Al check into The Bloody Inn and find themselves in over their heads as the bodies pile up. They get out when they climb into their giant space mechs and unite the clans in Starship Samurai!
Josh and Al hit the black this week and talk about Firefly: The Game from Gale Force 9. Shiny!
This episode is all about MONSTERS! First we talk about Monster Slaughter, a great big box of plastic that completely took us by surprise. Then we lift the veil on a game we've been designing, currently called "The Kaiju Project." Shameless self promotion ensues.
Josh and Al delve into the Fireball Island expansions and round out the night with Reiner Knizia's The Quest For El Dorado.
As Josh and Al recover from a busy weekend of playing games, they talk about two of their favorite empire building/4X games.
This week we talk about Josh's all-time favorite game. The one, the only...TWILIGHT IMPERIUM.
Go get the rope, boys! Josh and Al talk about Western Legends and manage to not say the "S-word," but totally fail to not make Bruce Springsteen jokes when they chat about Thunder Road.
This week Al and Josh revisit Alan R. Moon's Andromeda and make their first explorations in Reiner Knizia's Blue Lagoon.
All the woodland creatures come out to hear Josh and Al talk about Root, the enormously popular game of cute animals and brutal warfare. Afterwards they play Legendary: Buffy the Vampire Slayer and run through their favorites from the Legendary deck-building series.
Ryan and Geoff are thrilled to welcome Richard Garfield, designer of Magic: The Gathering, Robo Rally, Netrunner, King of Tokyo and more, along with bonus guest Mike Fitzgerald, whose latest designs include Diamonds and Baseball Highlights: 2045.
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