Ask DATENIGHT is a podcast where a wife and her husband answer advice questions from our listeners to try and help them be even better humans. We’re not experts, but at least we’re trying!
In Episode 3, we talk about making time for gaming, using games to see how your significant other deals with stressful situations, and talk about whether cooperative or competitive games are better for DATENIGHT.
In this episode we try to survive the Tomb of Horrors in Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition. We’re joined by Dustin and London, Linsae’s brother and sister-in-law as Quinten DM’s us through the tomb. We head back to the red orb room and find some treasure chests.
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In our fifty-eighth episode, we talk about Linsae’s brand new Gaming Nemesis and do a quick Survival Kit Segment on Counter Magazine. Then we talk about what we’ve been playing recently. We also review the TV Station creating drafting game The Networks. Then we take a break from talking about tabletop games in our new segment all about Geek Culture as we talk about our favourite TV shows.
In our fifty-seventh episode, Linsae joins Aaron and Quinten as we recount our GenCant experiences and talk about what we’ve been playing recently. We also review the civilization building game Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization. Then we field all of your role playing game questions in another RPG Q&A.
In our fifty-sixth episode, Graeme joins Aaron and Quinten as we try and heal Quinten’s booboo with a Survival Kit segment for the Meeple Realty inserts Huts of Bora Bora, Rebellion Outpost, & Mystic Tavern. We also have not one, but three reviews this episode in our Reviewapalooza. We review three Crash of Games games, the fish set collection game Fish Frenzy, the fruit collecting trick taking game Plums, and the drafting game Backyard Builder’s Treehouse. Then we discuss Art & Components and how they affect our enjoyment of a game.
In our fifty-fifth episode, we talk about our summer vacations so far and the games we have been playing lately. Then we interview Jamey Stegmaier of Stonemaier Games about how his Kickstarter Guru skills, his designs and his life as a publisher, including his newest game Scythe and his upcoming legacy style game Charterstone.
In our fifty-fourth episode, Aaron and Quinten talk about the games we have been playing lately. We also review the Alien films themed deck building cooperative game Legendary Encounters: An Alien Deck Building Game, and we discuss the worst “fumble” we’ve ever seen, the best series of dice rolls we’ve seen in an RPG, how to run a campaign with evil characters, and the RPG system we’re dying to try in our RPG Question of the Day discussion.
In the sixth episode of this board game variety show, Patrick from the What Did You Play This Week Podcast Thing talks about RPGs at Conventions, Sean from the Dukes of Dice pitches us his Big Screen Board Game, Quinten rants about a mess of mechanics in a box, Baker from Bored Online Board Offline talks about Xia: Legends of the Drift System, Aaron introduces a new segment called Board Game Education, Linsae Reviews some games, and we tell you our Game of the Month.
In our fifty-third episode, Aaron and Quinten are joined by special co-hosts Matt Riddle, Ben Pinchback, and Jon Gilmour, designers of the upcoming game Wasteland Express Delivery Service. We talk about the games we have been playing lately and let Jon go on random tangents throughout the episode. We also review the fantasy-themed territory building game Terra Mystica, and we discuss Collaboration in Game Design and their upcoming game Wasteland Express Delivery Service.