This month, Mike and Roger bring 2300AD out of the cupboard, take another look at Torg, and consider death and other things players don't like.
This month, Roger and Mike consider weather and other things too complicated for realistic simulation, and bring In Nomine out of the cupboard.
This month, Mike and Roger look at Torg, consider campaigns we don't have time to run, and ask: "Is it fun?".
This month, Mike and Roger look at Feng Shui, metaplot and big changes to campaigns, and restarting an old campaign.
This month, Roger and Mike (and bonus aeroplanes and police cars courtesy of a sweltering High Wycombe) revisit being a better player, build a modern British Empire, and bring out an old game from the cupboard.
This month, Mike and Roger look at story games, campaign design, and Shakespeare in gaming -- but not Cyberpunk (at least not this time). The first three and a half minutes have some untoward hum, for which we apologise.
This month, Roger and Mike look at how to be a better player, classic
campaigns like the Slave Lords and Masks of Nyarlathotep, games you
can play at short notice, and a new feature: Counterfactuals to Order.
This month, Mike and a newly-married Roger consider systems, settings, and how each gets adapted to the other.
This month, Roger and Mike look at Space Opera, and interstellar
science fiction gaming in general.
This month, Roger and Mike go back to the roots of role-playing. We
also have an interview with Michael Mornard, also known as Old Geezer,
who brings us recollections of the early days of what would become
Dungeons and Dragons.
This month, Mike and Roger contemplate horror in the modern world.
Welcome to our first show. Roger and Mike discuss the Singularity and
how to game it,
Improvised Radio Theatre - With Dice! is a podcast by Roger Bell_West
and Michael Cule, in which we pontificate on role-playing games.
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