Happy New Year!!! December was busy month for the Cardboard Addiction podcast, both in the production of season two and behind the scenes. From an increase in subscribers, a new website design, and two YouTube banning Rob has had his hands full. This episode covers it all as well as a look at the big gaming news stories for December. Rob also previews the upcoming season of Cardboard Addiction, scheduled to be released on Sunday January 20, 2019.
In this episode of the Cardboard Addiction podcast, Rob sits down with Daniel Hadlock, President of Tasty Minstrel Games. The two discuss Daniel's humble beginnings within the board game hobby and how that effected his outlook on the gaming industry when he first started with Tasty Minstrel Games. Daniel and Rob also reminisce about their epic encounter in the Star Wars: Edge of the Empire role playing game, as well as discuss Daniel's philosophy on the positive impact board games can have...
In this episode of the Cardboard Addiction podcast, Rob is joined by Daniel Peterson of Indie Game Studios. The two of them discuss a variety of topics include Daniel's new job with Indie Game Studios, his old job with Mayday Games, as well as a host of other topics about the board game industry.
On this episode of the Cardboard Addiction podcast Rob welcomes Brad from the Solely Singleton podcast on to discuss Magic: The Gathering cube. Brad shares the history and design of the board game cube, a MtG cube specifically designed with the price point of a modern board game.
In this episode of the Cardboard Addiction podcast, Rob is joined by Sam Aho of Sam Says Game Reviews. The two discusses Sam's video review channel, his introduction into the gaming hobby as well as his work with Gamelyn Games.
In the first episode of Season 2 of the Cardboard Addiction Rob is back to discuss the Satanic Panic of the 1980s and it's affects on gaming. Rob covers the events of the Satanic Panic as well as reviews Mazes and Monsters and Dark Dungeons.
This is the first episode in a new bonus series, the State of the Podcast. Rob looks back on the trails and tribulations of launching of Cardboard Addiction. Rob also spends a few minutes reviewing the most interesting news stories for the month of November. Finally Rob previews the upcoming season of Cardboard Addiction, scheduled to be released on Sunday December 23, 2018.
In this episode of Cardboard Addiction Rob talks about playing with yourself. That's right this episode is about solo gaming. Rob goes into the different types of solo games and where to find additional information on solo games. Finally Rob reviews Kepler-3042 from a single player perspective.
This episode of Cardboard Addiction is all about shuffling and protecting your cards. Rob goes over the card sleeves offered by various companies as well as the different methods for randomizing your cards. You'll also gain some insight into Rob's life as he regales the story of the origins of this show's topic.
In this episode of Cardboard Addiction Rob makes his case as to why the game ratings on Board Game Geek are shit. He covers the various ways ratings are calculated and are influenced by users and Kickstarter. Rob also covers a couple of controversies surrounding the game ratings in the last few years. Finally Rob goes into details of his rating system he uses to determine the games that remain in his collection.
In this initial episode you’ll be introduced to Rob, the charming host of Cardboard Addiction. Sit back and relax as Rob regales you with his gaming history. You’ll also learn about the specific types of modern board games Rob enjoys, as well as what to realistically expect moving forward with Cardboard Addiction. Finally, you’ll find out what’s in store for the upcoming episode of Cardboard Addiction.