Season 2 Episode 14: Caffeine and Sugar

October 2, 2017

Hi everyone,

We're back with another fun-packed episode.

Just before recording we tucked into a COFFEE and walnut cake and a Lemon Drizzle cake which Vince had brought over so we're a bit more glucose fuelled than usual.

 

Listen in to the end for an outtake of the intro before most of the giggling is cut out.

 

This episode we review 2 board games from Facade Games (http://facadegames.com/) called Salem and Tortuga 1667

We discuss a recent Malifaux event which Vince ran.

And there's a brief Roleplaying topic where we discuss what we've been playing and a problem we seem to have when it comes to getting games started.

 

We hope you enjoy.

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Season 2 Episode 13: I like Big Boats and I cannot lie

September 8, 2017

Hi Everyone,

 

We're back with an interview with Mike Tuñez and Fred Barnard from Firelock Games to discuss what's coming up in Blood and Plunder.

They give us some new and exciting details about the new book 'No Peace Beyond The Line'

What make this a special episode is that while we are chatting Mike and Fred are making preparations for the impending Hurricane Irma. You can actually hear Mike putting up shutters in the background.

 

The recent hurricanes that are hitting the Gulf region have devastated the lives of many people, we urge you to consider donating money to charities like the American Red Cross ( http://www.redcross.org ) or your regional disaster relief service. JJ Watt of the NFL has also set up a fund to help the people of Hoiston ( http://jjwfoundation.org/ ). Please give what you can, people need your help.

 

And with that, on with the show...

 

Enjoy

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Season 2 Episode 12: Diversity

August 25, 2017

Hi guys,

 

We're back!

 

This episode we discuss Diversity in Gaming, a hot topic at the moment. We look at inclusiveness, exploitation and fair representation in a variety of games lines.

 

While this is a slight shift from our usual lighthearted approach to discussion, it's a timely and necessary one.

 

We'd love to hear your opinions so please get in touch.

 

Here are some of the companies we mention in the episode who are doing good work

http://badsquiddogames.com/

http://www.firelockgames.com/

https://greenronin.com/

http://7thsea.com/

 

Enjoy

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Season 2 Episode 11: Tournaments and Tirades

August 7, 2017

Hi everyone,

 

We're back with another episode.

 

We welcome Liam as a new Guy to the podcast today.

We then go on to discuss the recent Blood and Plunder tournament that Nate ran, we then move on to discuss the one he has coming up in October and the Malifaux tournament which Vince is running in September.

Along the way we brush on several topics which have been bugging us lately like Painting Requirements and Rules Lawyers.

Finally we have a section on upcoming RPGs which we're looking forward to.

 

Enjoy

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Season 2 Episode 10: No pledges beyond the line

July 2, 2017

Hi everyone

 

We're back, sorry about the long delay but we've been really busy.

 

In fact we discuss some of the things that we've been busy with in the last couple of months.

This episode we talk about the tournament which Nate is running later this month. We also discuss in some detail the ongoing Blood and Plunder kickstarter.

 

In the second segment we talk about other kickstarters that we've backed recently, what we're looking forward to and what we're sick of waiting for

 

Hope you enjoy

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Season 2 Episode 9: More Blood and Plunder!

April 12, 2017

Hi Guys,

We're back with a special episode

We have a special guest back on the show with us tonight, Mike Tuñez, the lead developer of Blood and Plunder.

Mike joins us as we review Blood and Plunder, an awesome 28mm historical skirmish game set during the Golden Age of Piracy.

After chatting with him about what we think of the rules, setting, miniatures and more we move on to discuss the upcoming kickstarter.

Mike shares with us some tidbits about things which we can look forward to in the summer including:-

New rules

New ships

New factions

and possibly a brief dicussion about sharks with frickin' swivel guns mounted on their heads

Enjoy

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Season 2 Episode 8: The Others

January 22, 2017

Hi guys,

 

We're back with a game which Nate back on Kickstarter at the back end of 2015.

 

The Other 7 Sins in a board game from Cool Mini or Not which you can now pick up in the shops f you like the sound of it from the review.

 

Enjoy

 

As always you can drop us a line on Twitter at @sgaafm or email us at sgaafm@outlook.com

 

See you around

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Season 2 Episode 7: Guild Ball Season 3

December 11, 2016

Hi guys,

 

In this episode Nate and Sparks discuss the recent release of Guildball Season 3.

They discuss the rules changes, new plot cards and the changes to the teams they most like to play the most, being Butchers and Masons.

 

They also plug Guild Ball tonight in the episode who have sat down with one of the developers and done a 5 hour detailed overview of all the changes

If you want to check that out head over to:-

http://www.guildballtonight.com/gbt/

 

We hope you enjoy the episode.

 

As always you can drop us a line on Twitter at @sgaafm or email us at sgaafm@outlook.com

 

See you around

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Episode 6: Alive and Kicking

November 10, 2016

Hi guys, we're back!

 

Some Guys and a Filthy Mage has been marred with some technical difficulty of late which has prevented us from recording but we've worked through it and got an episode out at last.

 

In this episode we focus on Kickstarters

We have a segment on Kickstarters in general, our feelings about them, and what we think makes a successful (or unsuccessful) campaign.

 

We follow that up with a review of Fallen Frontiers, a sci-fi skirmish game by Scale 75

 

And we finsih up with a review of the the 2nd edition of 7th Sea, a tabletop RPG by John Wick presents.

 

We hope you enjoy the episode.

 

As always, any comment are welcome at

sgaafm@outlook.com

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Episode 5: Going Underground - Interview with Emiliano Mancini

September 21, 2016

Here we are with Episode 5,

Nate has had the pleasure of interviewing Emiliano Mancini of Maki Games to discuss their new product currently running on Kickstarter:

The Modular Underground Project

This is a fantastic hard plastic modular dungeon system which would be great to use for any fantasy/steampunk/modern skirmish games or roleplaying games using miniatures.

Emiliano shares with Nate their motivations behind the product and some insights into their plans for the future.

You can check out the kickstarter at:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/rolljordan/modular-underground-project-3d-dungeon-wargame-ter

Or for more information check out their Facebook page
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=668542569940890&fref=ts

Enjoy

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