Chris Engle’s Matrix Games have been used in military organizations, schools, social work and probably more. Check out Hamster Press here. He is a true DIYer. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 12:11 — 11.1MB)
Posts Tagged ‘gen con’
Raw, unedited chatting from Gen Con with Joan Wendland of Blood and Cardstock. I use her game Ex Machina in the classroom. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 2:26 — 2.2MB)
Raw, unedited, yet delightfully snappy, here is a belated Diastema Dispatch from Indianapolis. Warning: There is no intro or fancy stuff on this one…just this dude walking around the con. Consider it an ugly but charming cousin of the BlogCast.Travesty Games Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 3:47 — 3.5MB)
Whenever Gen Con rolls around, there’s always an understandable impulse to take the temperature of the gaming industry. If one were to use Gen Con attendance numbers as a metric one could be forgiven for thinking the industry was on a pretty good upward trajectory. Since moving to Indianapolis Gen Con has practically doubled it’s […]
Welcome to the (sort of) inaugural episode of the Geeky & Genki Moviecast! Or maybe it’s the final episode of the Yellow Menace Podcast. Hmm. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 49:18 — 45.1MB)
This week we interview Rob Eisenberg, who is responsible for a new Virtual Tabletop app called RPGWithMe. Originally designed to facilitate PbP (Play-By-Post) RPG campaigns, RPGWithMe has developed into a fully-functional VTT solution. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 45:25 — 41.7MB)
Sunday we hauled ourselves out of bed and started packing. Even though we hadn’t bought much, it still seems like we had way more stuff than we came with, which always happens.
Saturday came after Friday, as it usually does. Saturday I couldn’t drag my butt downstairs to the treadmill; in fact, I didn’t even get up at the time assigned to the alarm clock, which is why I missed my first panel. That day I costumed as one of my favorite superheroines- though she’s partly my […]
Friday I actually managed to drag my lazy ass out of bed at 6 a.m. and hit the treadmill in the hotel’s exercise room. It’s a really nice place; the treadmills even have little TVs with cable on them.
This year’s Gen Con really fucking hurt. Well, most of it was my own damn fault, but not what happened Thursday. And it wasn’t just me, either. The Husband had his share of Gen Con agony. So we get to our hotel, the Courtyard by Marriott, around 3. It’s about a block or two from […]
This week’s review is Yoshihiro Nakamura’s End of the World yarn Fish Story. In addition, we chat a bit about This Just In From Gen Con, Patricia describes her love/hate relationship with Super Mario World for the Wii. Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 59:31 — 54.6MB)
So, where has my cute ass been? I haven’t posted on YM since December 1st, 2011, according to my account. Well, I suppose I have been on hiatus. Those of you who listen to the podcast know I’ve been active on that, just not posting on the site. Maybe I just needed a little vacation […]