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We're a group of podcasters who have at least one thing in common: We talk (at least a little) about roleplaying games. We might talk about what we're playing at our tables, about what's going on the industry, or about what we've learned that might help others improve their games. We might even talk about other things besides roleplaying games! Explore this site and find out more about our shows.

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Mom's Basement Podcast
We're three adult men broadcasting from the home of my parents! We love to talk about RPGs, games, and other shit!

Mom's Basement Podcast is three adult RPG lovers talking about game design from one participant's mother's basement. The 'cast offers an irreverent, goofy and openly unprofessional style mixed with honest critique of small press and work-in-progress games.

Episode Name Release Date Description
Episode 63: The Misery Index 08/22/2013 In this episode, we return from hiatus in order to shamelessly pimp our Kickstarter project, The Misery Index. Episode 63: The Misery Index
Episode 62: Game Chef 2013 (Part I) 05/24/2013 In this episode, we return from an extended hiatus to discuss this year's Game Chef contest. We talk at length about the rules, the ingredients, and Dr. Manhattan big blue dick. Episode 62: Game Chef…
Episode 61: Daniel Cruz Chan and The Legerdemain Betrayers 12/20/2012 In this episode, we chat with Daniel Cruz Chan and talk about his new game The Legerdemain Betrayers, as well as his other game God-king.  Episode 61:Daniel Cruz Chan and The Legerdemain Betray…
Episode 60: Guilty and Rules Lawyering 12/11/2012 In this episode, we talk about Vicenzi Giacomo's game Guilty!, and the subject of rules lawyering in RPGs. Episode 60: Guilty and Rules Lawyering Rules Lawyering @ (24:20)
Episode 59: Steve Mathers 11/04/2012 In this episode, we interview Steve Mathers, creator of Ingenero. We also set a new Mom's Basement standard for disjointed rambling. Episode 59: Steve Mathers
Episode 58: Kyle Simons & Kickstarter 10/22/2012 In this episode, we interview Kyle Simons about Magicians and how to run a successful kickstarter. (Kyle's own kickstarter for Magicians is ongoing, and you should totally back it.) Episode 58: Kyle…
Episode 57: Motivation, Bro 10/13/2012 Uploading pics here is a pain. It's supposed to rotated to it's side. Looks like a person screaming if you do that. Darn Blogspot In this recording, we address Will's month long hiatus and how to mot…
Episode 56: Anarktica & We'll Send It to Them 09/16/2012 In this episode, we discuss our playtest of Epistolary Richard's polar steampunk adventure game Anarktica: Fate of Heroes and then give Alex a half hour to pitch his new Indiegogo project We'll Send I…
Episode 55: Basically....The Dungeon and Pitching Your Game 08/27/2012 In this recording, we discussion Misery Tourism's game for September; The Dungeon.At the 38 minute mark, we then answer listener mail on how to pitch an RPG to both buyers and your friends.http://mise…
Episode 54: The Trouble with Rose & Audience Mechanics 08/23/2012 In this episode, we talk about Todd Zircher's The Trouble with Rose, and then we try (and fail) to fill the last half hour with a discussion of audience mechanics in RPGs. Episode 54: The Trouble wit…
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