Happy Friday, my friends! Here we are, back in the regular swing of things, with the Indiana Geeking podcast! This week, we have a few interviews from Gen Con 50. I had the opportunity to interview Syrinscape and Paizo about their work on the new Starfinder role playing game, Lizz had the opportunity to sit down with Calliope to talk Tsuro, and then I wrapped it up, talking with the folks behind the new gaming app, Dized! This episode marks the end of my Gen Con 50 wrap up. I tell you, folks, while I love games, and I love gamers, I think I'm holding off interviewing any more game developers/designers until 2018. So far, in 2017, this is my ninth episode, and eight of them have been based on local game developers! I regret none of these, but I do need to expand my horizons! For now, though, I invite you to sit back, put on some headphones, and listen to Lizz and I talk to some game developers and reps at Gen Con 50!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 - 1:14 Shocktober in Irvington Promo
  • 1:14 – 1:23 Introduction
  • 1:23– 5:37 “The Galileo Seven”, Five Year Mission, Year Two
  • 5:38– 6:52 Gen Con 50 Introduction
  • 6:52 - 7:04 Syrinscape Introduction
  • 7:04 - 16:34 Syrinscape Interview
  • 16:34 - 16:43 Calliope Introduction
  • 16:43 - 24:24 Calliope Interview (Lizz Schunn interviewing)
  • 24:24 - 24:37 Paizo Introduction
  • 24:37 - 30:05 Paizo Interview
  • 30:06 - 30:23 Dized Introduction
  • 30:24 - 41:40 Dized Interview
  • 41:40 - 42:16 Gen Con Closing
  • 42:17 – 45:01 “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 42:31 – 44:19 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!

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Happy Friday, my friends! We are at the final pre-Gen Con episode of the Indiana Geeking Podcast! Over the last couple of weeks, we've talked with local game makers, and game accessory designers, and then to wrap it up, I have a special treat! John Kennedy is a local freelance game designer, who has worked with game studios like Kenzer & Company, Third Eye Games, and Modiphius! You may have played some of his work, as a matter of fact! Either way, John is a great local Geek, who graciously dropped by the Geek Cave last week, tried to lure away the Pibble, and talked with me about how he got started on game design, discuss Impostor Syndrome, talk about racism in Transformers, and more! We had a longer-than-usual conversation, but we had fun, and I didn't feel like trimming any of it out! So, sit back, and enjoy the next ninety-six minutes of Geekery!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 1:14 Shocktober in Irvington Sponsor Message
  • 1:14 – 1:21 Introduction
  • 1:21– 5:16 “Arena”, Five Year Mission, Year Two
  • 5:5:16– 1:34:03 Interview with John Kennedy
  • 1:34:03– 1:36:49 “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 1:34:17 – 1:35:50 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!

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Good day, my friends! As we creep up to Gen Con, it's time for another podcast! This one is really cool, because it's with a few gentlemen from Plow Games, makers of Last Front, which was at both Gen Con last year, and Indy PopCon this year! While they won't be at Gen Con this year, they are a pretty cool local game maker, and they gave me a run through of both Last Front and their new game, Hexes and Henchmen (Working title)! So join myself, James Vining, Greg Phillips, and microphone-less Tyler as we run through Last Front, Hexes and Henchmen, and talk about the company and other myriad items. So, sit back, and let us all fill your earholes with our voices, and the sounds of dice, for the next hour and ten minutes! 

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 1:15 Shocktober in Irvington Sponsor Message
  • 1:16– 1:22 Opening
  • 1:23– 6:00 “A Piece of the Action”, Five Year Mission, Year Three
  • 5:53– 1:09:00 Interview with Plow Games
  • 1:09:00 – 1:03:04 “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 1:09:14 – 1:10:47 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

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Happy Friday, my friends! We have another brand new episode of the podcast this week, as we're building up to Gen Con 50 here in Indianapolis! Jacob and JJ from Geeks 1st are joining me today, and they run a really cool company here in Indianapolis that makes sturdy organizers and cases for your games, be them card games, board games, or even sewing supplies! We discuss many of their products, which they design and make, all in-house, here in Indiana. In addition, there is a slideshow of photos of many of the items we talk about on the main blog post at IndianaGeeking.com! I'm also doing something new starting this episode: Since I use Five Year Mission songs to open the episodes, I'm asking the folks I interview what their favorite Original Series episodes are, and using the song for that episode as the opening track! Hey, I thought it was clever! So, sit back, and let us fill your ears with talk of game system storage, along with some good music from local bands!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 1:38 Blue Indy Sponsor Message
  • 1:38 – 1:45 Opening
  • 1:46 – 5:56 “The Trouble With Tribbles”, Five Year Mission, Year Three
  • 5:27 – 1:05:38 Interview with Jacob & JJ, Geeks 1st LLC
  • 1:05:39 – 1:08:22 “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 1:05:53 – 1:07:26 Closing, Patron Thanks
  • 1:08:23 - 1:09:36 - Shocktober in Irvington Promo

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!

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Good day, my friends! As we are building up to Gen Con 50, I want to put focus on locals who are making games, and great gaming gear, all year ’round! In this special episode of the Indiana Geeking Podcast, I had the opportunity to sit down with Mike Finkelstein of Dodeca System Games, a local game studio that has put out great stuff like Hipster: The Card Game and There is a Game in this Book! In addition, he’s a really cool Geek, a definite cinema fan, and we do get off topic just a bit, talking about our various forms of Geekery, and just having fun. I will definitely have him on again! In addition, we welcome a new sponsor to the podcast, play some Five Year Mission and Shake Ups, and generally have a great time over the course of the show! Make sure to listen to the entire thing, for a special message at the end!

Time Stamps!

  • 0:00 – 1:38 Blue Indy Sponsor Message
  • 1:38 – 1:46 Opening
  • 1:46 – 5:27 “Charlie X”, Five Year Mission, Year One
  • 5:27 – 1:00:19 Interview with Mike Finkelstein, Dodeca Systems
  • 1:00:19 – 1:03:04 “Keep Beach City Weird”, The Shake Ups, The Shake Ups in Beach City
  • 1:00:33 – 1:02:06 Closing, Patron Thanks

Links of note!

Thank you all for listening! As always, be excellent to each other, and to yourselves! I’ll see you all soon!

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This week, returning guest Jarred and new guest T.J. join Tony as they talk about Magic: The Gathering!

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This week, join Tony as he sits down with the local band, The Shake Ups (Lee, Patrick, Savannah, and Luisanna)! They talk about Steven Universe, their past, their future, and a possible Three's Company Music Project! Find all links mentioned in the episode at the host blog, at IndianaGeeking dot com!

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This week, Tony talks to the crew from DNA Games about their Kickstarter, their game, and being Geeks in Indiana!

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Welcome back, my friends! The Indiana Geeking Podcast has returned, with a new focus on Hoosier Geeks! This week's episode features Chad and Tommy from Literally Wizards, talking about their new game, Buy the Rights! Music for this episode provide by Five Year Mission, at fiveyearmission.net!

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In the latest episode of the Indiana Geeking Podcast, Tony sits with Melissa Kocias, the con chair for Starbase Indy, a local fan-run Star Trek convention happening over Thanksgiving weekend. They talk about the con, Melissa's flavor of Geeking, and Starbase Indy memories. Plus, the three things you need to know!

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