We look at the Lovecraftian sci-fi horror game Mansions of Madness (Second Edition) and discuss some it’s criticisms, Richard presents the novel Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, Matt and Heather look at the music news including a review of the debut album by Angelwings, and we consider ways that Star Wars: A New Hope would have been different if Obi-Wan Kenobi and Luke Skywalker had hired the Starbug (Red Dwarf crew) to get them to Alderaan instead of Han Solo and Chewbacca in the Millennium Falcon.
0:17 – Intro
7:02 – Mansions Of Madness (The Quest Report)
22:42 – Mansions Of Madness – The Criticisms and the App Vs Descent App (The Quest Report)
44:47 – Music News and Angelwings “The Edge Of Innocence” review (The Bards Corner)
53:48 – A New Hope for a Red Dwarf in Mos Eisley (Tiny Meeples, Big Talk)
1:13:38 – Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury (Tome Talk)
1:30:36 – Meeples Goodbye
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This episode was hosted by Matt, Heather and Richard, and featured narration by Greyskarn The Black, The Herald, and The Assassin. It featured the following songs:
Evil Sword – “Goblin King”
Transient – “Spooky Outro”
Pipe Choir – “Ignite To Light”
Scott Holmes – “Happy Whistle”
Scott Holmes – “Rad Adventures”
Eidetic Seeing – “It’s Brick Out”
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