Back again! This time I’m joined by designer Philip duBarry, the mind behind Revolution (available from Steve Jackson Games) and the brand new Minion Games release, Kingdom of Solomon. Philip is comparatively new to the world of gaming and has managed to produce a couple of excellent titles already, so it’s exciting to think about what he’ll produce in future. He also mentions in the interview a piece written by Ender over on BGG – the link to it is below and it makes for a very interesting read.
Chris and Daisy return for this episode as well, helping me out with answering a few questions from the lovely listeners to the show, as well as discussion about what we’ve been playing recently. Oh, and cats.
As always, thanks for listening! If you want to get in touch, drop us an email on email@example.com or catch me on Twitter; I’m @idlemichael over there. I’d suggest you follow because there’s going to be some big news in the next couple of weeks. Perhaps there’s even a little clue in this episode about what’s happening…
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Direct Download link: http://littlemetaldog.podbean.com/mf/web/pb6qbp/LMD_Episode38.mp3
Nevermore Games’ Chicken Caesar Kickstarter: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/nevermoregames/chicken-caesar-a-game-of-plots-politics-and-poultr
Continue Magazine – go and read it! http://www.continuemag.com/
Philip du Barry’s site: http://www.dubarrygames.com/
Ender’s BGG post on religion in games: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/blogpost/8090/tacky-christian-games-where-the-theme-gets-in-the
Minion Games: http://www.miniongames.com/
Steve Jackson Games: http://www.sjgames.com/