In this first ever episode of Living in a Fantasy Dream World, Brandon finds himself with a rather large friend in a predicament that only he can help with. Right? Swords, intrigue, and bug eating? Join Brandon as he is Living in a Fantasy Dream World! Written by and performed by Kurt Aumueller. All music provided by Battlebards.
Living in a Fantasy Dream World-Episode 1: Rock - MFGCast
Taylor LaBresh from Riverhouse Games joined Kurt live to make up a RPG together from scratch and play it! What they came up with is a game that works best as a single player game but also could be great with 2-5 players! While circling around a black hole threatening to kill the solo passenger, the passenger has to resolve issues that have plagued their lives. It was a fun experience that we hope you enjoy as well! To buy this RPG, you can go to http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/194027/Breaking-the-4th-Wall-in-the-5th-Dimension?sorttest=true and pay what you want to buy it. All proceeds from the sales go to the MFGCast Extra Life campaign!
Breaking the Fourth Wall - MFGCast
Last Thursday, 9/29, Kurt invited Taylor LaBresh from Riverhouse Games on the MFGCast to make up and play an original RPG. We had such an amazing time making it up and playing it, that we wanted to share it with the world! It’s on DriveThruRPG and you can buy it for $1 or more to help out, and the proceeds go to our Extra Life campaign!
Check it out here: http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/194027/Breaking-the-4th-Wall-in-the-5th-Dimension
Our good friend, Taylor LaBresh from Riverhouse Games, has graciously volunteered to give our fans a chance at getting 12 of Riverhouse Games RPG’s by Taylor! Taylor has a great heart and some great games he’s working on every month for Riverhouse Games. For example, check out Five Single Playsets, a companion to A Single Moment by Tobie Abad: http://www.drivethrurpg.com/product/194045/Five-Single-Playsets?sorttest=true
Or check out the Riverhouse Games website: http://www.riverhousegames.com/the-games.html
So how do you get your hands on this great deal?
1. The first person to comment on this post or message us on our Facebook page or Twitter page (@MFGCast) and say that they’re committing $25 to our Extra Life campaign, gets the “Early Bird Special” and gets 12 PDF games for a low price.
2. We’re auctioning off another set of 12 Riverhouse Games RPG’s for Extra Life, starting at $25. For one week, starting 10/5 and ending 10/12 at 8pm CST, you can bid on the package of PDF games on the comments section of this article, our Facebook page, or our Twitter (@MFGCast).
For both deals, make sure that you include your name in the claiming.
When you win either package, the MFGCast will have to verify your name and donation before we start the collecting on the games.
Don’t miss out on these great deals, and let’s get these great donations to Extra Life to help cure sick kids! Thanks you!
Our Extra Life Campaign Page: http://www.extra-life.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=donorDrive.participant&participantID=221554
Ladies and Gentleman! It’s that time of the year again, and we’re upgrading the heck out of raising money for sick kids! Extra Life raises millions of dollars every year to help children make it through life a little easier. Being a parent isn’t easy, and having a healthy child makes parents sleep a little better at night. This year we’re auctioning games, and giving you some gaming goodness in return! Stay tuned to @mfgcast on Twitter and the MFGCast Facebook page for more info!
But here’s one of the things we can give you for donating! Go to the link to donate on the top right of this website, and tell us in the comments of the donation what game you want to play. What does this mean?
For a $25 donation, Kurt will run a one shot RPG for you and three of your friends (On Kurt’s schedule)
For a $50 donation, Kurt will run a two session RPG or two one shots of a RPG for you and three of your friends (On Kurt’s schedule)
For a $75-$100 donation, Kurt will run a six session RPG for you and three of your friends (On Kurt’s schedule)
We are teaming up with the Flip the Table podcast this year to hopefully raise $10,000 to heal sick kids, and we hope with your help we can make it!
Thanks for your consideration!
What do you get when you have a fantasy RPG that features exploding dice, magic in everything that happens, and a project that is getting help from the wonderful likes of Matthew Mercer and Ed Greenwood? You’ll have to listen to this great interview with Brian Feister to find out! Listen to this great interview and fund Open Legend RPG on Kickstarter starting on October 18th! Thanks for listening!
Open Legend Interview - MFGCast
Let’s welcome All Your VP Are Belong to Us to the MFGCast family! In this first episode of All Your VP Are Belong to Us, Taco and Jordan talk about what they’ve been playing recently, 5 games they recommend to you, and 5 other things (Pop Culture, etc.) they recommend to you! For more great reviews and information on everything Taco and Jordan, go to So1ks.com and follow @So1ks on Twitter!
We are excited to welcome Dan and Kim to the MFGCast family! How do we do that? By making them in charge of the latest episode, where we talk about storytelling board games! We talk about the games that come to our heads when we think about wonderful games that tell a great story! We also talk about some Weird Games and rate Dead of Winter and the expansion The Long Night!
In this episode, we talk to Helaina and Josh Cappel about running a newer game company, how a husband/wife combo deal with making and releasing a game, and how they were able to get the great Scott Almes to make the game Problem Picnic: Attack of the Ants, funding on kickstarter Sept. 27th! Make sure that you fund Problem Picnic when it comes out! Thanks for listening!
Kids Table Interview - MFGCast
This episode Kurt, his wife Traci and his son Logan review Problem Picnic: The Attack of the Ants! This dexterity game developed by Scott Almes and being released by Kids Table Board Gaming is a family game that is not only kids but for adults! So what did we think of it? Tune in to find out and if the game sounds like it’s for you, help fund it on Kickstarter September 27!
Problem Picnic Review - MFGCast