Author Archives: Mark Rickards

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 »

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 292

With Garth still away, Mark gets to prattle on about his latest obsession, the epic Tainted Grail: The Fall of Avalon from Awaken Realms, and why he has spent so many hours playing it over the holidays.Leon then turns our attention to the dastardly and diabolical deeds of H.H.Holmes, in a Kickstarter preview of Crimes more »

The Dice Men Cometh – Episode 290

The final episode for this year is here, where we chronicle our TOP TEN GAMES new to us in 2019. All three Dice Men count down their favourites, with surprisingly little overlap, which include games released in 2018 and 2019. Thank you so much to our sponsor, LFG Australia.