You and your friends are about to embark on a legendary journey across the great frontier. The Oregon Trail Party Game is a hootin’ good time for 2-8 pioneers. You and your kin will draw provisions in Independence, Missouri and head out west huntin’ var
All of the worst disasters of every camping trip come true, all at once. The players must work together to cope with bears, lightning, getting lost, and city slickers begging for handouts while trying to have as much fun as possible.
Yes that is right Dungeons & Dragons is on the Pixels and Pirates podcast! Are you new to D&D? This is the episode for you! learn all about Dungeons & Dragons and see if you want to get started! We also had on one of the creators from Windmill Studio. Learn about the stuff they are doing in the D&D world!
Today on Pixels and Pirates the gaming podcast, we spoke with John Fiorillo the creator of Drawing Dead. During the episode we talked about John being a pro MTG player and what that was like. We also talked about his experience in the gaming industry and what he had learned and how it helped with the creation of Drawing Dead. i hope you enjoy the episode as much as I did.
Today on the Pixels And Pirates Gaming Podcast we talked with the Spider Wars team. One of the things we talked about was how it is great to be able to connect with your community and players of your game. As an indie developer it’s great to know what your players want in your game.
Today On the Pixels And Pirates Gaming Podcast we interviewed Mike and Joe about the game Ghoulosh that has been around since the 80’s! Find out how it turned from a pencil and paper game to this tabletop game.
Get to know Jonathan Nadeau and what the Pixels and Pirates Gaming podcast is all about. Jonathan grew up playing his Atari 2600 and his NES. Although jonathan did play his Atari and NES his parents did get him a Commodore 64 and this put him on the path of getting very interested in computers. Jonathan didn’t stop there though he also ended up getting a Sega Genesis instead of the SNES. One of the last systems Jonathan bought when he had a paper route was the TurboGrafx-16 this was one of his favorite systems. The one system Jonathan wanted growing up was the NEo Geo but this was way to expensive with the system costing $500 and the games selling at $200 each The only way for Jonathan to play Neo Geo was in the arcade. This is just a little backround on Jonathan listen to the episodes and get to know him more!