Episode 35 – Lava, Heroes and 3d6

It’s the last episode of 2011! Blimey! And it’s exactly what you wanted for Christmas. If you’re a bit odd.

For this last blast we run the spectrum from full-on geeky awesomeness to casual gaming brilliance. I’m joined by Chris James, the head of Stratus Games, to talk about how their plans to bring gaming to the masses are going as well as the release of their latest title, the quite wonderful Eruption (expect a review soon, but heads up: it’s great). Christopher Badell from Greater Than Games also comes along to discuss their hit game Sentinels of the Multiverse and its follow up expansion: Rook City. Finally, with a bit of a musical interlude, the really rather excellent nerdcore punk band 3d6 talk games and gigs – all in all, it’s a pretty fantastic show!

Thanks for all your support throughout the year – it’s been fantastic to see the show go from strength to strength and that’s all down to the fabulous people who come on and talk with me. Cheers to every single guest, listener, supporter and company who’ve taken the time to get involved – you’re all grand and here’s to 2012!

And for the last time in 2011: Behold the links!

Direct download for the episode: http://littlemetaldog.podbean.com/mf/web/v6hdjx/LMD_Episode35.mp3

Eagle and Gryphon Games’ Caveman Curling: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/167427101/caveman-curling-a-game-of-stones

Plaid Hat Games, makers of Dungeon Run and Summoner Wars: http://www.plaidhatgames.com/

Stratus Games site: http://www.stratusgames.com/

Greater Than Games site: http://greaterthangames.info/

3d6 Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/3d6bandLasVegas?sk=app_2405167945

3d6’s “Damage” video: http://youtu.be/39vSWoXnf0c

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