Happy 4th with Evil Corp: The Board Game with Alfie & Allix
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Happy 4th July to everyone in the United States of America! So far I'm celebrating with podcast editing but I'm about to go catch the end of the Cubs game at a friend's patio so I'll be celebrating properly there in Murican fashion with baseball!

I'm very excited about this episode, I had a fun and interesting conversation with my friends Alfie Dennen and Allix Harrison d'Arcy to talk about the board game they designed, currently being funded on Kickstarter, Evil Corp.

Evil Corp is a game in which players incarnate billionaire tech CEOs battling to make money and 'save the world' - whatever the cost. I've been following as they've been working on this for the past 2 years and excited to see their project come to life! The game was funded in 6 only days on Kickstarter and they are going through stretch goals. I believe you have about 9 days to back the Kickstarter!

A few things mentioned in the episode:

  • Alfie Dennen on Twitter
  • Evil Corp on Kickstarter
  • Evil Corp Game on Twitter
  • The Agent short film
  • Moblog
  • Playstation Europe
  • Deadlands RPG
  • Twestival
  • We Are Social
  • Dark AI
  • Dystopia
  • Iain M Banks
  • Richard Bachman
  • Bruce Sterling Distractions
  • Cyberpunk
  • Hunger Games
  • How Mumbo Jumbo Conquered the World, Francis Wheen
  • Exxon Valdez Crisis
  • Ronald Reagan
  • Margaret Thatcher
  • Paul Simon's Graceland
  • Mark Zuckerberg at the US Congress
  • Clay Shirky Here Comes Everyone
  • James Bond Villains
  • Elon Musk
  • A View to a Kill
  • Love Island
  • Ex on the Beach
  • Whelan Industries
  • Tyrell Corporation
  • Augmented Reality
  • Pokemon GO
  • Kingsman
  • Mike Sizemore
  • War on Terror board game
  • Spiel Essen
  • GenCon
  • Jamey Stonemaier
  • Scythe Board Game
  • Board Game Geek
  • Pornhub
  • Hot Fuzz
  • World's End
  • Snowcrash and Diamond Age - Neal Stephenson
  • Holy Fire
  • Heavy Weather
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