Author Archives: Mark Rickards

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 300 + 2/3rds

Garth recently chatted with our gaming buddy (and ABC Radio presenter) Joel, with some boardgame -related ideas for passing the self-isolation time, so we thought we’d let you listen to that.But first we have some explaining to do, and we’ll do that in the episode. With thanks as usual to LFG Australia, our generous sponsors.

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 300

We made it! The 300th Episode is here, and to celebrate this milestone, all three Dice Men run down their Top 10 Games for the period that the show has been running, 2013-2020. We also have a heap of audio clips from designers, artists, publishers and listeners, just for funzies. Thanks for your patience, your more »

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 299

Hello!, no wait…we mean Iello! That’s right, tonight’s episode is a one publisher extravaganza as we feature four games from French publisher, Iello. First it’s goblins being flung, then wires being snipped, before finishing up with codes being broken … but that’s not all … Yes, we announce our BorderCon competition! We have the last more »

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 297

In a night of murder, gumshoes, whack jobs and snitches, we take a close look at two great crime thriller games, in Detective: City of Angels, and Paranormal Detectives. We’ll tell you all you need to know, see? We’ll give you the low down, see? Your choice couldn’t be easier, see? After that, we’ll give more »

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 295

Yes, we’re still going to talk a bit about Cancon this week, but first we have some interviews, including one from Peter Hawes who was the Dice Men’s very first interview!! We bet you can’t guess what theme he is going with for his next possible game… Leon asks Garth and Mark the hard questions more »

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 294

He’s back! Yes, Garth has finally decided to end his holiday and joins Mark and Leon on this week’s show. And what a show it is! We’ve got interviews with Martin Wallace (yes, that one!) and David Harding about their new games coming to a Kickstarter near you, followed by our initial CanCon thoughts, and more »