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The D6 Generation - Dice Are Our Vice

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Now displaying: March, 2010
Mar 23, 2010

Cryptology, patents, Warmachine Mk 2 and even the CIA all get discussed this episode!  Yep, we're not sure how that happened either.

First up, patents: how do they work and why do you need them?  We had such a great response to our show about Trademarks we asked Romeo from Battlefoam to come on and talk about the how's and why's of patenting something like a fancy pants laser system to cut foam.

Later Total Fan Girl chats with Elonka Dunin, a world renown expert on cryptology who has done work for the CIA!!  But more importantly, she's a gamer.

Finally, the D6G team takes a hard look at Warmachine Mark 2.  The book has been out a couple months now, Force books are on the streets, and the boys have played more than a few games.  Is it everything we hoped for?

Oh, and listen close to the beginning of the show for news about a new product from our friends at Lone Wolf Development!!

 All that and our usual 'not too horrible' humor, with features such as:

  • The Hollywood Minute  
  • Rapid Fire
  • What's in the News
  • Total Fan Girl
  • Inside Scoop
  • & More

If you'd like to discuss the show with us and others in our forum thread: click here.

The following fine organizations help make this show possible:

 Myriad Games, on behalf of friendly, professional gaming stores everywhere.

www.Battlefoam.com

www.WolfLair.com

www.TheWarStore.com

www.PaintedFigs.com  

www.DoghouseSystems.com


 ==Quick Reference==

The News:  47 min

Patent's with Romeo: 52 min

Hollywood Minute: 1hr 46 min

Total Fan Girl: 1hr 54 min

Inside Scoop: 2 hr 10 min

Warmachine Mark II: 2 hr 15 min

 


 Links Discussed in the show:

Craig's Bookshelf: Link

Raef's Blog: Link

Craig's Blog: Link

Total Fan Girl Blog: Link

Wargamer Radio Network: Link

Pulp Gamer Network: Link

 

Mar 11, 2010

Tomb, a dungeon crawl themed game that's not like the others.  Find out what makes Tomb different, and if it will fit in with your gaming group with our detailed reveiw of this AEG title.

But up first, we play all the entries for our 'D6G bumper' contest.  We also finally get around to listener feedback, it's been far too long.

 All that and our usual 'not too horrible' humor, with features such as:

  • The Hollywood Minute  
  • Rapid Fire
  • What's in the News
  • Total Fan Girl
  • & More

If you'd like to discuss the show with us and others in our forum thread: click here.

The following fine organizations help make this show possible:

 Myriad Games, on behalf of friendly, professional gaming stores everywhere.

www.Battlefoam.com

www.WolfLair.com

www.TheWarStore.com

www.PaintedFigs.com  

www.DoghouseSystems.com


 ==Quick Reference==

The News:  1 hr 10 min

Listener Feedback: 1 hr 18 min

Hollywood Minute: 2hr 6 min

Total Fan Girl: 2hr 12 min

Tomb Detailed Review: 2 hr 19 min

 


 Links Discussed in the show:

Craig's Bookshelf: Link

Raef's Blog: Link

Craig's Blog: Link

Total Fan Girl Blog: Link

Wargamer Radio Network: Link

Pulp Gamer Network: Link

 

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