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SGJ Podcast #208 – Deep Sixed

Welcome to this episode of the Space Game Junkie Podcast my friends! This week, Jim, Hunter, Spaz and I sit down with Ryan Hewer, Project Director at Little Red Dog Games, to discuss their currently Kickstarting space exploration and spaceship management game, Deep Sixed! While we start on a major E3 tangent — which is pretty… Read More »

Space Game Junkie Podcast #118 – Coffee Break/Beer and Pretzels/Relaxing Space Games

Welcome to this installment of the Space Game Junkie Podcast! In this episode, Jim and I (Hunter is in the midst of unpacking) talk about games that can be played quickly, either entirely in one sitting, or wherein you can get a lot done in one sitting. We talk about various roguelikes, adventure games, small 4X… Read More »

2014 Holiday Space Game Buying Guide: Complete Experience Edition

Hello folks, and welcome to my Space Game Holiday Buying Guide for the holiday season of 2014! With all of the digital distributors gearing up for their holiday sales, I figured I would go through various sub-genres of space gaming in order to help identify the best gaming values for your buck. The criteria for… Read More »

The Ultimate Sci-Fi Bundle from Bundlestars Launches

Hey folks, the folks at Bundlestars have launched a new bundle called The Ultimate Sci-Fi Bundle which includes a mixed bag of spacey and sci-fi games, including: Great Games: Really Big Sky, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space Good Games: Sword of the Stars II: Enhanced Edition Terrible Games: Project Freedom Games I’ve Not Played: Ion Assault, Data Jammers: FastForward,… Read More »

SGJ Podcast #32: Pumped about PULSAR: Lost Colony

Hey folks, welcome to this episode of the Space Game Junkie Podcast. This week, Jim and I sit down with George and Preston Stoll, respectfully artist and programmer on PULSAR: Lost Colony, which also just launched its Kickstarter campaign yesterday. Jim and I were furnished with pre-alpha builds of the game, and it gave us a lovely… Read More »