We're excited to announce that our new podcast is live and ready for your ears.
In the Going Analog Podcast, four gamers come together every two weeks, each bringing a topic of his or her choice. It could literally be about anything in the tabletop world: something old, something new, something weird something cool.... The four take turns presenting their topics then discussing them as a group, leading to new and different conversations from show to show.
In episode #1, Shoe announces his top games of Gen Con 2018; Christina brings everyone back to reality by talking about the dark side of convention and gamer culture; Mike discusses the new Choose Your Own Adventure game (based on the books!); and Nick gushes over Oink , the Japanese publisher of beautiful, minimalist games.
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What's Going Analog?
Veterans of the video game industry (and EGM/1UP alums) getting together to talk board games
What we're playing
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Episode 11's Charterstone is a village-building legacy game that permanently changes as you play it.
Episode 10's Flip Ships brings back classic arcade shoot-em-up action to your tabletop.
Episode 9's Mansions of Madness is an app-driven, cooperative board game that is very Resident Evil-y.
Episode 7 and 8's Between Two Cities has a unique co-op + competitive setup, where you must work with each of your neighbors.
Episode 6 and 8's Quadropolis lets you build out the perfect city, like in the SimCity video games.
Episode 5's Adrenaline simulates multiplayer arena shooters like Quake or Unreal Tournament.
Episode 4's The Pursuit of Happiness lets you play out a full, hopefully happy life, a la The Sims.
Episode 3's T.I.M.E. Stories features cooperative time-traveling adventures for up to four players.
Episode 2's Scythe features bad-ass mechs and some of the most gorgeous art ever seen in a board game.
Episode 1's War of Indines simulates one-on-one fighting games.
The subject of our pilot episode! Great for fans of X-Com's tactical battles.
One of our faves from Gen Con 2017, Secrets is a fantastic hidden-roles game for small groups (4-8P).
Like Risk except good. Mix different races and powers to create unique armies for every match.
Your dice are spaceships. Roll 'em and place 'em to gather resources, get alien tech, and build colonies.