Polycast Episode 206: "more Insidious"

righthttp://civcomm.civfanatics.com/polycast/images/polycast_logo.jpg[/img] Hear it to believe it. The two-hundred-and-sixth episode of PolyCast, "More Insidious", features regular co-hosts Daniel "DanQ" Quick, "Makahlua", Philip "TheMeInTeam" Bellew and "MadDjinn" with first-time guest co-host Michael "UberMarklar" Bryant. Carrying a runtime of 59m59s, the summary of topics is as follows:
  • 01m20s | Miscellaneous (Part 1 of 2)

The ambition in bringing a Civilization experience into Minecraft with CivCraft is followed by much: CivV being one gaming writer’s

of the past decade (07m09s); its arrival on Linux with a port for the operating system (11m02s; recorded for Episode 204); Civ being called the "most addictive" video game (15m26s) in a well-circulated popular culture magazine; on the "grand strategies" of Civ developer Firaxis Games (21m40s) and how Civilization V is played according to a survey with at the time nearing 20,000 responses (29m56s; recorded for Episode 205).
  • 49m35s | News

Many-a-review for Civilization: Revolution are in and they’re mostly not positive.

  • 53m19s | Miscellaneous (Part 2 of 2)

Civilization: Beyond Earth won a few awards at the 2014 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) and the composer of Civilization IV’s Grammy-award winning theme returns to the series with

the upcoming Civilization Online (54m43s; recorded for Episode 204).
  • Intro/Outro | Miscellaneous

Biting tongues and never failing at a particular task.

Recording live before a listening audience every other Saturday, PolyCast is a bi-weekly audio production in an ongoing effort to give the Civ community an interactive voice on game strategy; listeners are encouraged to follow the show on Twitter, and check out the YouTube channel for caption capability. Sibling show RevCast focuses on Civilization: Revolution, ModCast on Civ modding, SCivCast on Civ social gaming and TurnCast on Civ multiplay.

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