Dec 27 2013

Episode #94 – Game of the Year and Educational Aids with Pete Figtree

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Games of the Year and Educational Aids


Hey Folks. This week we have Pete Figtree with us to chat about his Patreon project to create educational aids for using Indy and other games in the classroom. This is also our New Years edition with our games of the year picks and a bunch of other tid bits of conversation.

Sponsors for the Show – Seeley and Kane’s Comics, Level 99 Games, Evil Beagle Games

0:33 – Intro 

5:06 – Watercooler

23:22 – Gameroom

Final Fantasy IV: The after Years
Marvel Puzzle Quest
Mice and mystics
Hero acadamy


Dungeon World
Mouse Guard
Original Kingdom Hearts on PS2

41:32 – Lounge
Pete Figtree’s Patreon Project for creating teacher aids to use Indy games in the classroom.

1:17:01 – Workshop
Games of the Year Edition – We pick our top 1-3 games of the year and let people know what it is.


1. Underground (Original and into Fate Core)
2. Alan Wake
3. Dungeon World


1. Dungeon World
2. Torchbearer
3. Spark RPG
Runner-Up: Vast and Starlit

1:43:53 – Geekery

Pete – The music of Marshall Burns and Brennen Reece or Crash Course or Worlds without Master

Chris – Of Dice and Men: The Story of Dungeons and Dragons and the people who play it by David M. Ewalt


  1. HeavyMetalJess

    As an LGBT individual, I really like that PAX is setting space aside. This way they can be sure all parts of the gaming industry are represented, not just the big companies with the fastest clicking finger. If there was a place on the map that said “LGBT friendly companies” or “companies ran by women” I would look to spend my money there first… since I’m part of those minorities.

    As far as how much each individual want their LGBT involvement called out, that’s very personal. Many people don’t want it known, because they feel like that’s very personal. As for me? If making it clear that I’m a female gamer who belongs to the LGBT community will help others be open minded and evaluate how they view LGBT people and women, then I’ll wave my freak flag high.

    1. Chris Sniezak

      I couldn’t agree with you more.

  2. Ed Healy

    Really enjoyed hearing your banter, guys. Thanks for another great show.

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