The Space-Biff! Space-Cast! Episode #5: The New Millennium

Staged shot, so don't climb up on my back about how badly I'm doing.

In today’s episode of the Space-Biff! Space-Cast!, Dan Thurot and Rob Cramer speak with D. Brad Talton Jr. (the D is for Danger) of Level 99 Games about ushering in the New Millennium — the heralded thousand years of Millennium Blades, that is. We also reminisce about collectible card games, being nerds, and jerky cousins.

Posted on September 22, 2016, in Board Game, Podcast and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. That was a great interview. Brad seems like a truly affable guy, very easy to chat with. It also helps that he’s designed (or helped to design) some of the coolest games of the last few years. It boggles the mind that Level 99 is an independent company.

  2. What a great conversation! I left my copy of MB back with my younger brothers who were just playing the hell out of it. Thanks to you I’ve got a strong urge to drive a thousand miles and retrieve it.

  3. digitalpariah76

    I’m glad I finally got time to sit and listen to the Space-Cast, it’s another good one! Regarding Sons of Anarchy, my brother-in-law put team-colour bandanas in the box and it’s compulsory that you wear your gang’s bandana when playing. Makes it even more fun

  4. I just found this blog and really like the perspective it has. Unfortunately it looks like all the podcasts 1-5 have been taken down or moved somewhere else. Is there a place where I can find episode 5 of this podcast? I am a big fan of Level 99 games and would like to hear the conversation.

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