Ok, I’m opening up a big ole can of worms with this one. Is one play enough for a good review? Should a reviewer play a game more than once to do a review? Is a one play review really just an impression or is it adequate for a good review? What about previews? Every Kickstarter has to have at least three or four to be taken seriously. So are they legit ‘reviews’ since the game and components could change in production?
In this episode of Go Forth And Game I’m talking to Danny Devine. You’ll remember Danny from his games Circle The Wagons and Ghosts Love Candy. This time we focus on his newest game Topiary. It’s an interesting show where we talk about Danny’s design philosophy, how he gets his ideas, and bushes. If you like the show, please a comment below. Enjoy. http://traffic.libsyn.com/goforthandgame/Danny_Devine_2018_complete.mp3
I have Dan Yarrington from Game Salute as my guest.
Scott Almes is my guest this time. We focus on Scott’s latest game, The Neverland Rescue. It’s a new game from Letiman Games. As always Scott is a lot of fun to talk to and in addition to this game we talk about some that he is working on. I hope you enjoy. Feel free to leave a comment here or tweet me @tomgurg. http://traffic.libsyn.com/goforthandgame/2018_05_15__scottbalmes_final.mp3
The show continues as Jason and I talk about Patreon, Boardgame of the Month Club, and Star Wars.
Tom brings back the The Go Forth And Game Podcast is back! And for the resurrection episode I have Jason Tagmire as my guest.
Philip duBarry is my guest for this show. We talk a lot about Philip’s game Black Orchestra.
Daniel and I talk about his latest games – Junk Orbit and Wonderland from Renegade Games. We also talk about his design philosophy, past games, and what he currently has in the lab.
Welcome back to The Go Forth And Game Podcast. This episode’s guest is Steven Aramini.
Tom chats with Diane Sauer of Shoot Again Games about her latest game, Bigfoot vs. Yeti. The game is available for pre-orders right now.