Thank you! I have edited the top post to include the unearthed audio-arcana!
Ooh, we mustn't forget this juicy delicacy, from far-off Canadia (as @Lockhart
would call it):@kafkonia & the Carruthers Street Irregulars: Against the Darkness
(and some GURPS Supernatural Victoriana.)
Those of you who braved the GURPS Supernatural Victoriana audio game may recognize Jen (Jezebel), Neil (Dr. Ed Harris), and Anne-Marie (Arialla) from that unfinished masterpiece (*ahem*), and the tone of the game is not dissimilar, despite using a different setting and being set in the modern day. Amanda (Dagmar) is a new recruit who has graciously hosted us a time or two. Neil can also be heard in the Feng Shui Christmas game "Maul Santa" on the public site.
Sadly, it seems Anne-Marie has had to leave us behind, but we soldier on without her, with me showcasing my mastery of accents (a long-standing tradition here on RPGmp3.com) as I run her largely off-camera.
The system is one I stumbled across at my FLGS. Despite some rather horrendous formatting issues, the system is quite straightforward, making for a game that is both simple to pick up and fun to play.
I'm quite fond of this game and I hope you enjoy it. The intro music (if Hal's included it with session 2) is by yours truly. Session 3 is in the can but waiting on me to process it and send it to Hal, and session four will be running on Thursday (as we game on a weekday to try to sort out some scheduling issues) after 2 players no-showed on Saturday.
It's a shame that Kafkonia & co. didn't record more sessions, I really enjoyed their gaming style. (And the Umbrella Academy crossover was a nice touch.)
...Actually, there might be a bit more audio from (one of) this group, lost somewhere in Hal's huge archive of mp3s:
I know Hal had a WH40K con game I took part somewhere in his backlog, but I'm the only one from the group to have taken part in that.
Apparently, the BAGgies also played a one-shot of the Swedish board game DungeonQuest
Dungeonquest was originally published by Alga of Sweden, where it is known as Drakborgen or 'Dragon's Castle'. The game was Alga's longest ever games project: the first version being drafted by hand in 1980 and continuially revised and tested until the game was published in 1985.
Games Workshop first heard about the game in 1986 when they received an Alga catalogue. They purchased rights and distributed an English version of the game.
Also also, fans of Rolemaster might enjoy listening to Hal & the Long Tall Texans play(ing - and recording) Board Games!
(Betrayal At House On The Hill & Monkey, Ninja, Pirate, Robot).