Episode 10 – 6:15 to Leadville

March 13, 2022

Four strangers, a treasure map, a speeding train, and a salesman. Caveat emptor! Inspired by Colt Express by Ludonaute Games.

Recorded on August 11, 2021

Episode 9 – Board Banter

February 9, 2021

Taking a break from radio plays for strictly board game banter. Join us as we review Deep Sea Adventure, Nine Tiles Panic, Insider, Downforce, Pandemic: Fall of Rome, and When I Dream. Skip those other humorless, pedantic board game podcasts and just have fun with it.

Episode 8 The Drifter

April 10, 2020

A down-on-his-luck jazz musician picks up a drifter on a rainy night… but there’s a murderer on the loose! Will they make it to Otisville? Tune in to find out!

Episode 7 – Teacher’s Pet

July 14, 2018

A student of the occult learns about an ominous book that allows communication with the dead.

Episode 6 – The Case of Walter Lynch Part 2

January 14, 2017

While faced with inexplicable horror, Detective Joe Diamond finds himself reminiscing on a simpler time.

Episode 5 – Camp Abeartoir Part 7: The Final Beginning

August 23, 2016

A skeleton crew of camp counselors celebrate their last night of summer with drunken hijinks and sex. A mammal face-wearing maniac has his own ideas about what is festive. Inspired by Camp Grizzly by Ameritrash Games.

Episode 4 – Farewell, My Space Trucker

June 14, 2016

Jack Nitro, space trucker extraordinaire, balances lost love, celestial refuse, promising macguffins, haughty robots, high horses and latent alcoholism. Inspired by Galaxy Trucker by Czech Games Edition.

Episode 3 – The Inn

May 8, 2016

An innkeeper offers his wayward guests a murderous respite. Inspired by The Bloody Inn board game by Pearl Games.

Episode 2 – Chac’s Wrath

March 27, 2016

Four adventurers meet their lamentable fate while seeking fortune and/or glory in the bowels of an ancient Mayan temple. Inspired by The Adventurers: Temple of Chac board game by Fantasy Flight Games.

Episode 1 – The Case of Walter Lynch

February 18, 2016

Joe Diamond takes on a missing persons case. Inspired by the Mansions of Madness board game by Fantasy Flight Games.

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