Ein Podcast aus der Redaktion des Spiel des Jahres e.V.? Selbstverständlich. Denn zu den Preisträgern, zu den Kinder-und Kennerspielen, zu den Nomininierungs- und Empfehlungslisten gibt es noch viel mehr an Geschichten zu erzählen. In unserem Podcast-Format wollen wir einige dieser Geschichten aufgreifen, über Hintergründe berichten und den Blick über die Welt der Spiele ein wenig schweifen lassen.
CardGames.io is a game site focused on classic card and board games. Our goal is to make great versions of the games you already know and love in real life. We try very hard to make the games simple and easy to use, and hope you enjoy playing them as much as we enjoy making them 🙂.
I'm not going to be doing rules reviews or the basics in my podcasts. I'm going to be focusing on strategy for players that are new to the game but have played other 18xx games.
Abstract Games magazine ran for 16 issues, as a print publication, from Spring 2000 to Winter 2003. The new series is beginning where the old left off, with AG17. We will cover a variety of new abstract games and continue to investigate some classics.
The format of the first series was print only. The new series will be web published, and freely available, although hard copies may be ordered through print on demand. The old Abstract Games magazines are available for download for personal use, and print copies still may be purchased. Both the old and new series of magazines exist on the web and as physical artifacts.
Gedanken, Ideen, Designfragen etc. aufgeschrieben von Mary Holland-Russell und Tom Russell – natürlich oft mit Bezug zu Hollandspiele und entsprechenden Spielen.
This blog deals with history, board games and history in board games. Besides articles about the representation of specific events or broader concepts of history in board games you will find small essays on history, strategy tips for games, thoughts on game design and the occasional event-related (fairs, conventions) post. Do not expect too many game reviews (although I might put up one every once in a while). While the blog does not limit itself to specific periods of history, my research as a scholar has been focussed on the Cold War, so this era will come up more often than others.
Highlight: The Cold War in Board Games
The Gaming Moguls are Mark Teskey and Jake Klopfenstein – a couple of hardcore omni-gamers from the Minneapolis, MN area […]
Currently, Mark prefers heavy Euro games, financial games, 18xx, imported Japanese games, Oink games, print-n-play, 3d printed gaming accessories, and blinging out his games. […]
As it stands now, Jake likes financial games, 18xx, light weight filler games, medium-heavy Euro games, war games, and Splotter games.
The Train Rush is a short form podcast, typically running 30-45 minutes in length, where your hosts discuss a single ‘train game’ they have played in the preceding fortnight.
Focusing primarily on 18XX titles but also encompassing related games, when sufficiently compelling!
Mo - Fr: 10.30 bis 19.00 Uhr
Sa: 10.30 bis 16.00 Uhr
Ben Maddox veröffentlicht erstklassig geführte und produzierte Interviews mit interessanten Gästen (Reiner Knizia, Mark Herman, Cole Wehrle, Ian O’Toole, …) im Wechsel mit Reviews, die allein schon aufgrund ihrer literarischen Qualität ihresgleichen suchen.
A podcast about all manner of hobby games by Mike Walker and Mark Bigney. Bad games don't go easy on you, so we don't go easy on them. Thorough analysis via reviews, news, and discussion of topics in gaming.
Board Games Insider is a bi-monthly podcast brought to you by industry veterans Ignacy Trzewiczek and Stephen Buonocore intended for designers and small publishers, but invaluable to everyone.
We are a podcast about board games. We sometimes say naughty words, but our hearts are in the right places. His is over there in his chestal region and mine is here in mine. That is all.
Do you like rolling dice? Do you need little wooden cubes in all your games? Do you like giving people crap for taking their cube pushing so seriously? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, this is the podcast for you! We talk about our thoughts and reactions to games, as well as topics within the hobby. We love talking about amazing experiences that games have made for us. We also do not shy away from the not-so-glamorous moments in games (like that 4 hour game of Dominion that made you swear off playing with THAT guy). We have a blast shooting back and forth opinions.
The Long View is a podcast that is dedicated to providing a unique perspective of the board game hobby. Games are discussed in depth after many, many plays so that reviews provided are more than just impressions.
Welcome to Ludology, an analytical discussion of the how’s and why’s of the world of board games. Rather than news and reviews, Ludology explores a variety of topics about games from a wider lens, as well as discuss game history, game design and game players.
The Punching Cardboard Podcast is a twice-monthly podcast emanating from a dungeon somewhere in the hipster wasteland of Portland, OR. We cover mid to heavy weight Euros with some omnivorous consumption of American style and war games to keep things interesting! And train games. Big economic train games. Beware, we have opinions and aren't afraid to use them.
Nur gegen KI/Computer.
Kardinal & König
BenSpielt – ein Podcast rund um Brettspiele. Kurz. Knackig. Vollkommen subjektiv. Nur echt mit „Hi, ich bin’s der Ben!“ am Anfang
Ben2 erzählt – durchaus meinungsstark – über die Spiele in seinem Regal: Warum hat er sie? Was macht ihm Spaß daran? Was macht die Spiele so besonders?
Aus der Reihe
Zugbasiert. Bots vorhanden.
Conquer Forces Core
Conquer Forces Mini
Through The Desert / Durch die Wüste
Tic Tac Toe
Tigris & Euphrates / Euphrat & Tigris
crack the code
dots and boxes
go-moku (kind of 5 in a row)
pente (kind of go-moku)
pick and pack
ponte del diavolo
war of the roses
Puerto Rico kaartspel (San Juan)
Stenen tijdperk (Stone Age)
Richard's PBeM Server (email@example.com) exists so that we can play a variety of games by eMail.
Chess, Amoeba, AvalancheChess, BOChess, Bughouse, Capablanca, Chex, DarkChess, DoubleChess, DoubleMoveChess, GrandChess, QuickChess, OmegaChess, ProgressiveChess, RennChess
Shogi, ChuShogi, MiniShogi, TenjikuShogi, ToriShogi YariShogi, Xiangqi, Jungle
Backgammon, Deadgammon, Grandgammon, Hypergammon, Moultezim, Malaka, Nackgammon, Plakoto, Savoy, Savoya, Spiro
Checkers, Draughts, Dama (TurkishCheckers), MaxCheckers, MaxDraughts, ChineseCheckers
Akron, Ankor, Antipalos, Antipod, Boche, Caeth Y, Chameleon, Conhex, Connexxions, Cross, Crossway, Cubox, Druid, Exo, Gates, Gonnect, Havannah, Hex, Hexma, Jade, Loophole, Marque, Onyx, Projex, Quadrant Hex, Quadrant Y, Quadrex, Quax, Star, Stymie, Thoughtwave, Trellis, Trilbert, Tripod, TwixT, Unlur, Visavis, Warp and Weft, Y, yXy
N in a row
Binar, Connect4, Connectris, Connect4x4, Fire and Ice, Gravity, Majorities, Ndengrod, Ninuki, Octex, Psycho, Qubic, MonsterQubic, Score4, Tic-Tac-Toe, Time Vectors, Trinim, Gomoku, Renju, Pente, Pente+-, Keryo-Pente, D-Pente, G-Pente, Yavalath
Alak, Ataxx and Hexxagon, Cathedral, Cephalopod, Copolymer, Drogo, Go, Limit, Margo, Orbit, Othello, Oust, Palisade, Reversi, and Reverse-Othello, Oddthello, Power of Two, PowerDrain, Scribe, Tanbo, Tanbo3D and Hexbo, Rings, Dots and Boxes
Capture/trap your opponent
Abalone, Adamas, Amazons, Blackbox, Chaos, Conway, Curio, Dipole, DNA, Emergo, Entropy, Fanorona, Focus, Forms, Halves, HexEmergo, Hijack, Hive, Hnefatafl, Knight Panic, Mutton, Nine Mens' Morris, Oshi, Quadrature, Sonar, Susan, Stratego, Su-do-ku, Survival, Tactics, Terrace, Terrace6x6, Truchet, Trugo, Tumbling Down, Warship
Complete A Pattern
Andantino, Blobs, Che, Chroma, Cradle, Dragons, Hexade, Lambo, Lines-of-Action, Mambo, Osbo, Osbox, Palago, Plotto, Spangles, Superbo, Trax, 8x8Trax, LoopTrax, Trichet, Vasco
Reach a "Goal"
Accasta, Batalo, Borderline, Breakthrough, CoNeutron, Epaminondas, Koan, Mono, Neutron, Philosopher's Football, Quoridor, Razzledazzle, (RazzledazzleX) , Soccolot, Tug-of-War, Octi, (Octi3base, OctiLite), Hexi, (Hexi3base)
Diffusion, Wari, ZigZag
Gipf, Tamsk, Zertz, Zertz+11, Dvonn, Yinsh, Punct, Tzaar
Hextad, Hextol, Hextup, Holomino
Hearts, MHearts, Blackout, Pitch, Spades, Wizard
Perudo, Yacht, CooperYoung
Role Playing Games
Einige Spiele von Michael Schacht. Asynchron.
China / HAN
Mondo Sapiens Solo
Web of Power / Kardinal & König
Web of Power - Card Game Duel / Kardinal & König - Das Kartenspiel
Welcome to (CIV), a web adaptation of the board game Advanced Civilization by Avalon Hill Games. Rewind back in time, thousands of years B.C. You find yourself in ancient Roman terrain, alone in a chaotic world without allies or money. It is up to you and your intelligent decision making to build. Trading goods for goods and becoming a nation of people that will live on to perservere. This world is up to you.
igGameCenter is a multiplayer games portal specially designed for integration into iGoogle.
Dots and Boxes
Fields of Action
Fox and Hounds
Hippos and Crocodiles
Lines of Action
Men Row Chess
Nine Men Morris
Suicide English Checkers
Suicide Russian Checkers
Vai Lung Thlan