After a week away from the mics, we are back. We were excited when Anthony from the Cardboard Jungle podcast wanted to join us and chat about the board game industry. His specialty, other than talking to his two partners on their podcast, and pushing chits and rolling dice, is helping publishers and volunteers find each other, as well as being a volunteer himself for many years now.
If you've ever wondered how you can be more involved with the board game companies you love, or a new or old publisher looking for tips and how-to's for gathering minions to help you at the conventions, or you just want to hear three old guys ramble about board games and the industry that fuels our habits, than this is the perfect episode for you!
Anthony's email for volunteers:
1:04:51 Kickstarter Projects Mentioned
Anthony's Volunteer Email Address
We have some amazing guests that will be stepping into our Virtual Studio in the next couple of months, and this week is no exception.
Board Game Guru and Dice Tower's Board Game Blender contributor Maggibot joins us to talk about some of the charity events she runs and partakes in and the success they've had with their events at the board game cafe Mox Boarding House.
We also discuss our usual round up of games we've been playing and Kickstarter Projects.
0:00 Games Played
11:02 Charity Links
50:24 Kickstarter Projects Mentioned
After a short drought of guests, we are excited to welcome board game designer Scott Almes to our virtual studio! Topics of choice for the evening include the usual games we played, and Kickstarter roundup, but also the design process behind some of Scott's most popular board game designs such as Loop Inc, Tiny Epic Kingdom, Harbour, House of Borgia, and much, much more.
0:35 Games Played:
14:02 Games Mentioned:
48:45 Kickstarter Projects: