The Space-Biff! Space-Cast! Episode #7: Welcome to the Sandbox
For the first time ever, the Space-Biff! Space-Cast! is all about Dan Thurot’s uncertainty about Cole Wehrle’s paternity, the definitions of sandbox games, as well as a number of Great Games, from Pax Pamir to Pax Renaissance and An Infamous Traffic. Great Games: in these hands alone, that’s a pun intended only for the cleverest of humans. Perhaps you’re among them. Perhaps.
Posted on December 22, 2016, in Board Game, Podcast and tagged An Infamous Traffic, Board Games, Cole Wehrle, Hollandspiele, John Company, Pax Pamir, Pax Renaissance, Sierra Madre Games, The Space-Biff! Space-Cast!. Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.
Great conversation. Thanks!
I am confused about Dans’s opinion on Pax Renaissance on this podcast, when was this recorded?
It was recorded about two weeks before my review of Pax Ren, I think.
That makes sense then!
We ran into similar confusion when we talked about Cuba Libre. In that podcast, I mentioned that CL was my favorite COIN game, but since it was recorded prior to my playing Falling Sky, by the time it was released I’d announced that one as my favorite. How embarrassing!
No reason to be embatassed. It was the best source i found so far on John Company. Do this more often please. And since i am asking, review about PaxRen Expansion would be sweet.
Have you thougt about adding the podcast to BGG?
The reason i ask is i usualy search there for podcasts that mention games i am interested in, and there are so few on these Sierra Madre games.
Thanks, Jose! I might do a review of the Pax Ren expansion if I ever get around to diving into it.
As for putting my podcast on BGG, I hadn’t even considered it. I’m not sure what the process is there, but I’ll try to figure it out.
Great episode, thanks a lot! A quick question: what was the intro music? Could be great as background music for a Pax Renaissance session. Thanks again.
That was something Mark wrote to set the mood. Most of our intros were done by him. Unfortunately, I believe it’s only those few seconds in length!
Oh wow. Thanks. Congratulations to him; those few seconds sounds awesome.
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