Episode 166 – InnRoads Unplugged

In this episode – we take obnoxious scheduling difficulties and make lemonade with them. That’s how this works right? This is a solo-mike episode where I spend some time talking about my whirlwind tour of PAX Unplugged, the people I saw, the people I didn’t see, and all the stuff that made the experience worth doing.

The short version – we’ve already started talking and making plans for next year. I’m coming back and InnRoads is coming with me!

Episode 159 – Gen Con Game Goodness

We start out briefly talking about Daniel’s latest raffle and our participation in #GenCant – before getting into the meat of our discussion. Following part 1, we bring you our 2nd pre-Gen Con podcast featuring the games we are most excited about at this year’s event. You can also find more suggestions on my two different Gen Con previews at the InnRoads site.

Here are our lists:

Episode 158 – The Gen Con Experience

This first installment of two Gen Con focused episodes of GSP. In this episode, we talk about the overall experience of Gen Con and while we think it’s worth going. We talk about the experiences we’ve had, the feeling of being among the people, and the overall excitement of being involved in the USA’s largest gaming convention.

In the next episode, we’ll be tackling the games that are being released at this year’s event and what has our attention

If you want to read the previous article I mention in this episode, you can find it here.

Episode 147 – Dreamation, Elation, and the Invitation

In this episode, Daniel and I talk about how Phase 10 made his kids cry. We talk about the InnRoads team’s trip to Dreamation in Morristown, NJ – including Smirk & Dagger’s upcoming games, talk to folks from Civic Games about how they’re trying to get people to think about how we live and work together in the world expressed through gaming, and a few reasons why I think Barker’s Row is a must pick up when it shows up on kickstarter on March 28th.

We also talk about the value of invitation – allowing others to initiate the conversation rather than searching for the right way to inject it ourselves.