Greg and Andy are here once again for another episode of the MBS Podcast! This time around, they are discussing the seeming explosion of new naval games that have recent arrived or have been announced. This then leads into a discussion about the ups and downs of the naval gaming market as a whole.
It's time for Episode 41 of the MBS Podcast! This month, Greg and Andy dig into the new space combat board game RED ALERT, designed by Richard Borg and published by PSC Games.
At long last, Episode 40 of the MBS podcast has dropped anchor! First up, Andy pumps Greg for all the juicy details of his experiences at Adepticon 2019! After that, they discuss the current state of Halo Fleet Battles, which MBS last focused on all the way back in Episode 4.
Adepticon 2019: 46 Min
2-Player Starter Sets: 1 Hr 30 Min
It's been a while since we've done a Ruckdog's Report! However, Andy has been reading (well, listening via Audible anyway!) the "Expeditionary Force" series by author Craig Alanson, and he just HAD to discuss it with Greg (who's also listened to the first couple of books in the series). Check out what we think in this edition of Ruckdog's Report. BE WARNED! This episode is full of spoilers for the first two books in the series!
Episode 39 of the MBS podcast is here! This time, Andy has an interview with Ryan, one of the developers for an exciting new spaceship mass-combat game titled This Great War of Ours! Later, Greg and Andy discuss the pros and cons of two-player starter sets for miniatures games, and list off some of their favorites.
Interview with Ryan: 53 Min
2-Player Starter Sets: 1 Hr 48 Min
Set Condition 1 Throughout the ship! Greg and Andy are back for Episode 38 of the MBS Podcast, and this time it's a Battlestar Galactica blowout! First up, Andy interviews Andrea, one of the main designers for the new Battlestar Galactica Starship Miniatures Game. Later, Greg and Andy do a full review of the game.
Interview with Andrea Angiolino: 39 Min
BSG Starship Miniatures Review: 1Hr 15 Min
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