Great Wargaming Facebook Groups – Wargaming Recon #137

Facebook groups can be an incredible resource for wargamers. Discover 5 great Facebook groups for wargamers by listening to this episode. Support Jonathan through PATREON 5 Great Facebook Groups for Wargamers Wargames Directory (now Tabletop Wargames Network) Wargames @ BattleShades Wargames Calendar Events + Shows BARBARIANS The Historical Wargames eXchange Mailbag Via our Facebook page:... Continue Reading →

GE48: 5 Great Weird Al Music Videos

Weird Al Yankovic has parodied hit songs for more than three decades.  His newest album, Mandatory Fun, is #1 on the Billboard charts.  We celebrate this by recommending five of his great music videos. 5) Perform This Way 4) Smells Like Nirvana 3) White & Nerdy 2) Amish Paradise 1) Word Crimes Mailbag What Weird Al... Continue Reading →

GE47: Game Dev Tycoon

Game Dev Tycoon ($9.99 on Steam) puts you in control of your very own video game company.  Build it up from your parents' garage into a multi-million dollar corporation behind hit games.  YOU have the power. Mailbag What type of game do you most want to make in Game Dev Tycoon? Review Us...Please! If you... Continue Reading →

Wargaming Recon #110: Meet the Mythwits Podcast

Meet the Mythwits Podcast Featured guest Peter "Blix" Bryant discusses the Mythwits podcast. This live video podcast is his newest endeavor in the field of gaming and geekdom. The pair chat about TotalCon and podcasting. Blix gives an update on his successful Kickstarter project for Rogue Chess. Jonathan announces that he will be a future... Continue Reading →

GE39: 5 Reasons to Play Prison Architect

Prison Architect is a fun and challenging game.  It is currently in Alpha but is a stable and enjoyable game for Windows and Mac OSX. Jonathan apologizes in this episode for confusion he caused last time.  The Ray Harryhausen episode was mistakenly referred to as Episode 39.  It is actually episode 38.  This Prison Architect... Continue Reading →

GE38: 5 Reasons Ray Harryhausen was Incredible

Ray Harryhausen may not be well known to today's moviegoers.  But, he was a special effects genius best known for his unique brand of stop motion animation. Mr. Harryhausen created stop motion characters that explode off the screen.  He was best known for his work with the 1963 film Jason and the Argonauts.  Mr. Harryhausen... Continue Reading →

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