Digital to Dice podcast

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Dave and Ron are joined by Al RedSoxfan as they talk about projects, how many is too many?
Dave and Ron are joined by Marc Unger of the Amazon TV series Thespian. He talks about his upcoming documentary on the sports sim community and his first gaming memories with his dad's homemade baseball game.
Ron and Dave talk about, how long is too long to play a single game? What is your sweet spot or cutoff point to play a game? What factors into your decision?
Dave and Ron talk with Steve Tower from the YouTube channel: After Further Review with Steve Tower.
Dave and Ron talk about doing math in your cards and dice game. How much is too much, and when does it go from being fun to being a job?
Dave and Ron talk about fictional leagues and players in this episode.
Ron goes solo this week to talk about some options of playing cards and dice games with limited space.
Dave and Ron talk about situations in your game that come up, that just don't make sense. How do you handle the unrealistic things that happen in your game?
Dave and Ron talk about computer sports sim games. What are the pros and cons, and how often should a game be updated?
Ron and Dave talk with Rich Grisham from OOTP about the new OOTP 22 baseball game.
Dave and Ron are joined by Mark Zarb who redesigned APBA Hockey version 2. Along with hockey, we talk about APBA Football and also his full season replays in both sports.
Ron asks Dave why he took the plunge and bought a game he was on the fence about in APBA Hockey. Have you ever taken the plunge and bought a game you weren't sure of, and how did it go?
Ron and Dave talk to Ian Brooke, the creator of On-Deck Baseball. www.on-deckbaseballgame.com
Ron and Dave talk about the personality of the team and player cards.
Ron and Dave talk about the Roberto Chiavini Games and also conduct an interview with him via email.
Dave and Ron talk about where the find the inspiration for their games, and what sparks some ideas for a replay.
Dave and Ron talk with author Glenn Walker, who used an Action PC football season replay as the back drop to a murder mystery novel.
Ron and Dave talk about making changes to their game to make it more fun.
Ron and Dave talk about niche games and niche leagues. There is also an in-depth discussion on the 1949 Washington Senators, and barking dogs make another appearance on the show.
Ron and Dave wrap up the Tampa Bay vs Kansas City game, and then talk about Preplays and Tribute Games.
Dave and Ron talk about games in which you can be the GM or league manager, and the fun things you can do in those games.
Dave and Ron are joined by Jeff Riddolls the producer of the Franchise Hockey Manager series. They talk about the release of the new Franchise Hockey Manager 7.
With the conference championships approaching, Ron and Dave talk about football games.
Ron and Dave are joined by Lon Whitehead the creator of the horse racing game Top of the Stretch.
Dave and Ron talk about how they organize their games, whether on the tabletop or on the computer. What are some of your game organizing tips?
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