Do I like game design? Yes, indie'd! A podcast of bitesize interviews with indie tabletop roleplaying game creators about their work and game design theory & practice. Releases every two weeks.
Marx interviews Argentinian game designer and scene organiser Misha Panarin, about her LatAm Breakout project Cantrip, and about introducing people to new roleplaying games.
A special episode from analogue games convention AireCon, featuring interviews from board game, card game, and roleplaying game creators.
Marx interviews Harrigan, a huge play-by-post enthusiast and a big fan and consumer of the OSR scene.
Marx interviews Tony of Plus One Exp about Through The Void, a dungeon-crawling storytelling game set in an impossible space station in the midst of lethal space.
Marx interviews Kalum of the Rolistes about Paris Gondo, the Life-Saving Magic of Inventorying, a game of stuff you find in a dungeon, and how it can truly transform your life.
Nondairy Giant and Mac interview Ema Acosta about The Exiles, a dark fantasy expansion for the feelings-delving RPG Crescent Moon telling the story of blight-touched outcasts fighting their way out of the underworld as they grapple with their inner demons.
Today’s episode is sponsored by Kelly Bean of Thick Thief Games, whose project The Skills To Pay The Bills is Itchfunding from February 1st 2022!
Richard interviews Nondairy Giant and Mac about NUKED!, a post-apocalyptic Knave hack where players take on the role of raider-blasting, bunker-delving Skrappers, just trying to make it in the remains of the world.
Today’s episode is sponsored by By Odin’s Beard RPG (Twitter), whose game Runecairn: Warden is coming soon to Exalted Funeral!
Max interviews Richard Ruane about Sherwood Outlaws, a Robin Hood-inspired game of forming a crew of outlaws, setting a code of honor, and using banditry and burglary to deal with local landlords and other petty tyrants.
Today’s episode is sponsored by in*die zine, six back issues available now and the in🦕die zine available in March 2022!
Jo interviews Max Fefer about Esther and the Queens, a Purim-themed Jewish, queer, and feminist game featuring Queen Esther, carnival games, and lots of drama.
Today’s episode is sponsored by David Blandy of davidblandy.itch.io, whose solo game Lone Eons is Itchfunding for art until February 28th!
Albi interviews Jo Winter about The Fall of Home, a one-game in which a group of travelers meet on the road back to their ruined hometown, and reminisce about the place they gew up.
Today’s episode is sponsored by Adam Bell, whose website Have You Played This? is posting new stuff weekly!
Joie interviews Albi about The Royal Cartographer, a worldbuilding RPG in which players create a map of important cultural places, and negotiate with the royal cartographer when only some can be on the official kingdom map.
Cali and Dan interview Joie Martin about Starkhollow Hall, a gothic fiction-inspired tabletop roleplaying game set in a remote girls' boarding school.
This episode is sponsored by Raphael Falk of GamesGarden, whose game Lucid: Sea of Dreams is crowdfunding on Kickstarter February 1st to February 18th!
Craig interviews Cali & Dan of Gem Room Games about 9 Lives to Valhalla, a game about a warband of death metal viking cats led personally by Death to die with sword in paw nine glorious times.
This episode is sponsored by Summoning Circle Press whose zine Splat 3: Touched is crowdfunding from February 14th to 28th!
Will Lentz interviews Craig of Lunar Shadow Designs about Signal To Noise, an interstellar epistolary game for two that chronicles the connection between people as one of them departs the solar system forever on a generation ship.
This episode is sponsored by Sam Armstrong, whose RPG tool 52 Card Dungeon is available in PDF on itch.io now!
Marco Serrano of Spicy Tuna RPG interviews Will Lentz of Gamenomicon about Twilight War, an espionage-themed supplement for 80s alt-history pulp horror game Party First.
Côme Martin interview Marco Serrano of Spicy Tuna RPG about Knights of Lazarus, a dangerous medieval-inspired dungeon full of ancient xenotech for the Mothership RPG.
David Esarey interviews Côme Martin about Feathered Adventures, a game of light pulp adventures in the spirit of DuckTales for GMless one-shot or short campaigns.
This episode is sponsored by Charles Ferguson-Avery of Feral Indie Studios whose game As The Gods Demand is crowdfunding on itch.io through the month of February!
Alicia Furness & Chris Bissette interview David Esarey about You’re (Not) A Wizard, a game about being admitted to a prestigious magic school… by mistake.
This episode is sponsored by Maria Gatta of Wildering, whose Pathfinder adventure Arcane Oracle is available now on Itch.io & DriveThruRPG!
Michael Elliott interviews Alicia Furness and Chris Bissette about The Unquiet Dark, a Brindlewood Bay prequel campaign of Jazz Age eldritch terrors.
Direct Sun interview Michael Elliott about Dungeon Local 001, a game about dungeon denizens retaking their home, and mapping the dungeon as they go.
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Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
This is what the news should sound like. The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. Hosted by Michael Barbaro. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, ready by 6 a.m.
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