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The GMS Magazine Vidcast with @Dias Ex Machina : Amethyst Revelations Chris is having a new Kickstarter coming out very soon and we (mostly he) spoke about it at length. And now I can't wait to see it succeed! Hope you’ll enjoy it! This video has been produced for www.gmsmagazine.com. Please help our channel by subscribing and commenting, or buy us a Ko-Fi: https://ko-fi.com/gmsmagazine Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj  

Tuesday Jun 28, 2022

Cardboard East is a blog that has been going for a while and covers all sorts of Asian Board Games. Since I am a big fan, what better thing to do than to have Jay, the person behind the project in the show. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

Wednesday Jun 15, 2022

Ryan Benjamin has been at the forefront of comic book artistry for a long time. Now he is jumping into boardgame design with Brothers Bond. Chris and I invited him around for a chat to talk about his project, his stellar career and what the future will bring for him and his brand. He sure didn’t disappoint! You can find their project here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tminus10/brothers-bond-the-game/?fbclid=IwAR0SFcn_aLyRiz58I__VxDd0pHdjjrFeSIz_zWyXc8gzecwrbE4Ws0n9ccM This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

Sunday May 22, 2022

Jamey Stegmaier, the mind behind Stonemaier Games, has been releasing some of the most successful boardgames of the last few years. WE got to ask him some of his secrets! From the company’s BGG page: Stonemaier Games is a tabletop game publisher run by Jamey Stegmaier with the support of co-founder Alan Stone, Director of Communications Joe Aubrey, Director of Sales Alex Schmidt, and a myriad of talented independent contractors, volunteers, and fans. Based in St. Louis and distributed worldwide, Stonemaier Games’ brands include Viticulture, Euphoria, Between Two Cities, Scythe, Charterstone, My Little Scythe, Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig, Wingspan, Tapestry, Pendulum, Red Rising and Rolling Realms.   Mission Statement: We strive to create memorable, beautiful, fun games that bring joy to tabletops worldwide. Our games seek to capture the imaginations of all types of people, as our goal is to include, not exclude: experienced gamers, new gamers, solo gamers, partners, larger groups, people of all ethnicities, genders, creeds, cultures, nations, sexualities, and ages. We try to add value to our fellow creators in a way that extends beyond board games by sharing our entrepreneurial successes, mistakes, and insights, and we take an increasing number of measures in our manufacturing process and charitable efforts to improve the environmental sustainability of our games.   This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj

Thursday Apr 21, 2022

I have been aware of Degenerate Polygons and their Initiative Tracking Tower for a while. They were kind enough to send me one fully printed and painted, and it looks totally amazing. I invited Francesco to come to the podcast so I could find out more about the reasons behind this crowdfunding, going professional and generally what plans they have for Degenerate Polygons. He did not disappoint! Find a transcript of this podcast in our KoFi page: https://ko-fi.com/gmsmagazine You can find their project here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/degeneratepolygons/the-initiative-towers And find out about there company here: https://degeneratepolygons.com/ The amazing crew of people behind Degenerate Polygons: Chiara: social (instagram.com/eris.in.boardg…) Francesco: project head (degeneratepolygons.com) Leonardo: sound (youtube.com/user/leocerall…) Logan: writing Luca: graphics (instagram.com/onemonkeytwobr…) Marco: graphics Mattia: code This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

Tuesday Apr 19, 2022

Robotech has had a very strange life and there are lots of people into it. But its gaming kudos hasn’t been as up to the standard as some people would wish… in this episode Chris and I talk about its past and present. And now they have a new project crowdfunded to get a new miniatures game out. And it looks very, very cool. And Chris has a special guest working on the project! This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

Monday Apr 11, 2022

Battlelords of the 23rd Century for Savage Worlds is coming out very soon and I am sure a lot of people will be watching this one like hawks. I find why in this episode! This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

Thursday Apr 07, 2022

Second time around for Evan Gibbs. Now he has a game called The Big Pig Game being crowdfunded at the time of recording this episode. We didn’t take this episode too seriously, mind you… quite fun, though! This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

Wednesday Mar 16, 2022

I interviewed board game designer Liesbeth Bos about her career as a children’s game designer and inventor, among other things. A lot to be learned from her! You can find a transcript in our Ko-Fi page. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 442 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

Sunday Mar 06, 2022

Rakham Vale is an RPG inspired by the work of iconic artist Arthur Rakham. In this episode we have an interview with co-creator, Brian Saliba. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 435 a podcast about the people who make and the people who play tabletop board games and roleplaying games. If you would like to participate or sponsor this podcast, or if you would like to send us your questions or comments, get in touch. You can email me on podcast@gmsmagazine.com or find me in Twitter as @gmsmagazine. and Chris is @diasexmachina And please, leave a review about the podcast in whatever platform you listen. It really helps a lot and it means even more to me. Thank you. When the world was one hundred years younger, during the Golden Age of British Book Illustration, Arthur Rackham and his paint box gave birth to some of the most transportive, iconic, and magical images of all time. His work brought to life characters and settings from famous fairy tales, ancient mythology, and timeless classics. In Rackham Vale these images are given new life for use in your tabletop role-playing games. Rackham’s characters, creatures, and scenes become NPCs, villains, and a hidden-vale, sandbox setting that can be dropped into any RPG campaign that could do with a touch of magic, mystery, and old-time weirdness. In addition to high adventure, weird creatures, dark sorcery, and oodles of riddling, tricksy, ribald fairy folk, you’ll find: 154 pages and 100+ Rackham illustrations. An original map by Joe N. Brown. An original factions graphic that charts relationships for easy reference. Dozens of adventure hooks. A fully illustrated bestiary of 24 new creatures based on Rackham's artwork. Tables for generating new settlements and creatures that fit the setting. A preparation checklist for GMs. Content that prioritizes accessibility and utility. Stats for OSE, although the setting is compatible with and easily adapted to other systems.   Product Specs 154 pages, A5-size, color throughout Thank you for listening. It truly is wonderful to have you there and genuinely appreciated. The GMS Magazine Podcast is produced by Paco Garcia with assistance from Chris Dias and Martin Reed and the amazing bunch of listeners all over the world.  The theme tune is by Kev Adset. Let me know what you think about the podcast by emailing me at podcast@gmsmagazine.com or on our FB page. You can also follow on Twitter @gmsmagazine. Please remember to get in touch. My email is our podcast at GMS Magazine Dot Com to to at GMFRS magazine if you want to get in touch with Chris Hayes Deus Ex Machina. But until the next time. Thank you once again for being there. Join us in our Discord Server: https://discord.gg/fHaKNPe   Visit other #GMSMagazine productions: For our main channel: http://bit.ly/GMSmagazine For our #podcast: https://goo.gl/M54zau Follow us on #Twitter: https://goo.gl/moZgvK Our #Facebook page: https://goo.gl/YkbQIj Thank you once again and, until next time, game on!

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