Tuesday, 10 May 2016

A Gaming Podcast About Nothing, Episode 19 - I'm Chippin' In

Dave and Nate's critically acclaimed podcast is back due to overwhelming public demand. In this episode, the discussion takes in: the Twilight Saga (which Dave would like to place on record that he has not read and only half-seen), the World of Darkness games, Reality Bites (yes, really), current and future projects, Batman vs Superman, the advantages of print over PDF, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Dragonlance, Johnny Silverhand, Kickstarters and their problems.... And much else besides. It's an hour and eighteen minutes long.

The file can be downloaded various ways here: https://archive.org/details/AGPANEpisode19

A direct link is here: https://archive.org/download/AGPANEpisode19/AGPAN_Episode_19.mp3


Monday, 21 September 2015

A Gaming Podcast About Nothing, Episode 18: The Day the Internet Forbade Us Discussing Twilight

Dave and Nate discuss blogging and anniversaries, creativity, past projects, Star Wars, actuaries, professional video game playing, Titansgrave: Ashes of Valkana, the World of Darkness games, and narrative-style play. They also attempt to discuss the Twilight books...but the internet forbids it, cutting them off before they could truly begin.

Link to the file: https://archive.org/details/AGPANEpisode18



Tuesday, 21 July 2015

A Gaming Podcast About Nothing, Episode 17 - Diddly-do, diddly-do, diddly-do, diddly-do....

Nate and Dave discuss Superman, why combat rules are often so detailed, Feminist perspectives on violence, day-time TV, Woody Allen, dodgy impressions, Agatha Christie-based games, birds & bees (no, not that birds & bees) and much more. The podcast was interrupted by, quite literally, a falling tree: but AGPAN STOPS FOR NO MAN, WOMAN OR TREE!

Link to Harlan Ellison's classic rant: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mj5IV23g-fE

Link to the podcast download: https://archive.org/download/AGPANEpisode17/AGPAN_Episode_17.mp3

Wednesday, 22 April 2015

A Gaming Podcast About Nothing, Episode 16 - Being a DM is Weird

Nate and Dave discuss Star Trek films, James Bond films, being a DM, being a God, There is Therefore a Strange Land, and ambiguity.

Link to the episode: https://archive.org/download/AGPANEpisode16/AGPAN_Episode_16.mp3

Friday, 6 March 2015

A Gaming Podcast About Nothing, Episode 15 - If You Turned to Stone, You Would Weigh a Heck of a Lot

Nate and Dave discuss passwords, Anne McCaffrey, Yoon-Suin, past games, publishing, the nature of petrification, and the Oort Cloud (yet again).

Link the the episode: https://archive.org/download/AGPANEpisode151/AGPAN_Episode_15%20%281%29.mp3

Friday, 20 February 2015

A Gaming Podcast About Nothing, Episode 14 - Am I Supposed to Say 'Dave?'

Dave and Nate review 'Forgive Us' by Kelvin Green, lacking patience for new rules, Into the Odd (again), the new edition of D&D and why neither of them have read it yet, Wizards of the Coast, gaming styles, edition wars, and Doing it Yourself.

But more importantly, they announce the first ever GAMING PODCAST ABOUT NOTHING COMPETITION, in which you can win your very own - yes, your very own - "friendship" version of Into the Odd. Listen to the podcast for details, but the rules are below:

1. To enter, comment on this post and leave an entry for a book in the Library of Bastion: a title and one line description of the book.
2. Enter as many times as you want. Two entries = two chances at winning. Enter on separate comments.
3. A winner will be selected at random during the next recording of A Gaming Podcast About Nothing. The winner will be selected at random by rolling dice.
4. The winner will receive a Friendship Edition paperback copy of Into The Odd (we'll contact you for your address).
5. Entries close at 12:00GMT - midday - on 28th February 2015.

Link to the podcast download: https://archive.org/download/AGPANEpisode14/AGPAN_Episode_14.mp3

Tuesday, 10 February 2015

A Gaming Podcast About Nothing, Episode 13 - Do Americans Know About Brown Sauce?

Dave and Nate discuss food poisoning, are rudely interrupted, play a little more Highway Holocaust, discuss Cancers in Western Civilization, review the first 10 pages of Playing at the World, and offer their thoughts on creativity and the completion of projects.