YTN Episode 018

The 18th Episode of Your Turn Next is now available!

This episode, we introduce our (temporary) new format of being a local only podcast due to recent trouble with Skype. In the first segment, Jess talks about her recent gaming experiences, and I give a Clockwork Phoenix update.

The second segment covers our featured games, and this episode we feature:

In our topic segment this episode, we chat about play-and-keep events at conventions. More and more conventions seem to have play-and-keep events these days. They’re a great way to get in more board games at a convention and maybe even get some to take home with you.

YTN_AvatarWe’d love to hear from you! Let us know in the comments or via email if you have any topics, questions, or ideas you’d like us to discuss in a future podcast.

The email is: contact@clockworkphoenixgames.com

YTN Episode 017

The 17th Episode of Your Turn Next is now available!

This episode, Ryan and I are joined by Seppy from Fight in a Box games. We kick things off as usual with a brief discussion of the games we’ve been playing, miniatures we’ve been painting, and the games we can’t wait to play next.

The second segment covers our featured games, and this episode we feature:

Our topic segment for the episode looks at coming up with ideas for games versus executing those ideas. We talk about how important (and difficult) a successful execution can be and close the episode with a brilliant new game idea from each of our podcasters.

YTN_AvatarWe’d love to hear from you! Let us know in the comments or via email if you have any topics, questions, or ideas you’d like us to discuss in a future podcast.

The email is: contact@clockworkphoenixgames.com

YTN Episode 016

The 16th Episode of Your Turn Next is now available!

Wow, the last few weeks have simply flown by. I’ve been busy with AdeptiCon 2016 and with some game development work, so I’m a little later than I meant to be, but I hope you enjoy this new episode of Your Turn Next. This episode, Ryan and I are joined by Tony, and we kick things off as usual with a brief discussion of what we’ve been up to in the world of gaming.

The second segment covers our featured games, and this episode we feature:

Our topic segment for the episode features free rules. We discuss downloadable and print-n-play rules for board games and card games, and we also discuss downloadable rulebooks and stat cards for hobby miniatures games.

YTN_AvatarWe’d love to hear from you! Let us know in the comments or via email if you have any topics, questions, or ideas you’d like us to discuss in a future podcast.

The email is: contact@clockworkphoenixgames.com

YTN Episode 015

The 15th Episode of Your Turn Next is now available!

First, I want to say a big “Thanks!” to our community for making the last podcast our most downloaded show thus far by leaps and bounds. We’ll definitely be sticking to the new format. Be sure to tell us what aspects of the show you particularly like, and we’ll try to focus on similar topics in the future. This episode, Ryan and I are joined by Reese, and we kick things off with a brief discussion of what we’ve been up to lately game-wise.

The second segment covers our featured games, and this episode we feature:

Our topic segment for the episode goes a little bit long as we talk about rebooting franchises, adapting them to new media, and our thoughts on reboots that have been handled successfully and… less than successfully.

YTN_AvatarWe’d love to hear from you! Let us know in the comments or via email if you have any topics, questions, or ideas you’d like us to discuss in a future podcast.

The email is: contact@clockworkphoenixgames.com

YTN Episode 014

The 14th Episode of Your Turn Next is now available!

This is the first episode to use our new format. Starting now, Ryan is the permanent co-host of the show, although you can expect Your Turn Next veterans Tony, Reese, Geordie, and Jess along with new guest podcasters to be joining us in future episodes from time to time. Speaking of which, Jess joins us for this episode as we kick things off with our intro segment where we discuss what we’ve been up to lately in the gaming world.

The second segment covers our featured games, and this episode we feature:

Our final segment covers a gaming topic. This time around, we talk about how having multiple constructed formats with limited selections of cards or models (for card games and miniatures games respectively) can actually help create more choices for players in the long run rather than limiting their choices as it appears at first glance.

YTN_AvatarWe’d love to hear from you! Let us know in the comments or via email if you have any topics, questions, or ideas you’d like us to discuss in a future podcast.

The email is: contact@clockworkphoenixgames.com

YTN Episode 013

The 13th Episode of Your Turn Next is now available!

We start out this episode with the usual discussion of what we’ve been up to lately gaming-wise and then… well… we discuss more of what we’ve been up to lately. It’s just a good old fashioned chat between gamers covering their ideas about different games and about having fun with the gaming hobby. We hope you enjoy it.

Let us know in the comments or via email if you have any topics, questions, or ideas you’d like us to discuss in a future podcast. The email address is: contact@clockworkphoenixgames.com

And if you’re looking for links to some of the things we discussed this episode, here’s where to find more about:

YTN Episode 012

The 12th Episode of Your Turn Next is now available!

We start out this episode with the usual discussion of what we’ve been up to lately gaming-wise and then talk about our preferred gateway games. Everyone’s tried out some card games and board games, but what about getting folks into drafting games, co-op games, or even tabletop miniatures games? We talked about several great gateway game options, but we’d also love to hear about your ideas for the best games to use to get folks involved in new types of gameplay.

Let us know in the comments or via email if you have any topics, questions, or ideas you’d like us to discuss in a future podcast. The email address is: contact@clockworkphoenixgames.com

And if you’re looking for links to some of the things we discussed this episode, here’s where to find more about: