Welcome back to another DB94 Podcast. This week we have fellow blogger and podcaster Brandon Kempf join us for our not so special GenCant Episode.
Agenda for the program are discussions about board games we've been playing, blogging and podcasting, with some off topic discussion about video games.
The meat of the podcast revolves around Wash and Brandon's trips to previous GenCons in 2012 and '13. Wash went as a business trip and Brandon with his family. We compare the two different reasons to go and the pros and cons for the trips.
Games mentioned during the podcast:
Games and accessories mentioned during the Kickstarter segment:
Be sure to check out the rules for #BGHGiveaway happening during GenCant Weekend! (As in RIGHT NOW!!)
First I want to apologize for the lateness of the of this week's podcast. I know its only a day late, but I still hate being late for anything.
Second, I want to apologize for the reason its late. My mic apparently started crapping out part way through the episode and didn't realize it until post production. I spent a lot of time trying to bandage up this episode with my level one editing skills and I'm afraid it shows. The quality isn't up to its usual quality. (Not saying the regular quality of my editing is wonderfully great! =)) So hopefully the content makes up for the lackluster audio quality.
As soon as this is posted I'm hitting up Amazon to pick me up a new mic setup. Its been on my list, but wanted to upgrade my computer first to make editing a lot less painful.
So, on with the show notes!
We have a major announcement at the end of the podcast. We are teaming up with Artem Safarov for our first giveaway!! Here's the details:
Be sure to tweet and share about this giveway to everyone and all your friends! If you have any questions you can tweet me (@Ja_Hancock) or Jason Washburn (@TalonStrikes) or Artem Safarov (@ArtSafarov) with your questions.
A fully loaded episode with Scott King this week. Here are some of the games we talked about:
Kickstarter Projects mentioned:
Links to Scott Kings work:
We return this week with Michael Coe who is the owner of one of my favorite publishing companies, Gamelyn Games.
Hot off of Origins, we discuss what Origins is all about as a publisher, the debut of the Gamelyn Armor designed and built by our own Jason Washburn of Talon Strikes.
Of course we have our normal Kickstarter section, highlighting tabletop games and accessories that have piqued or interest.
Games mentioned are:
We finish the podcast talking about the new expansion for Tiny Epic Kingdoms, Heroes Call on Kickstarter until July 13th.