This Game Is Broken
About This Show
This Game is Broken is a comedy panel show all about board games and tabletop games inspired by shows such as Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, Who's Line is it Anyway, Never Mind the Buzzcocks, 8 out of 10 Cats, and I'm Sorry I Haven't a Clue.
Hosted by Dan Hughes and featuring Matthew Jude, Dave Luza, and the Brothers Murph - Nick and Mike Murphy.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 17 - We Know where your house lives (with Chaz Marler and Christina Aimerito)
3 days ago
In episode seventeen of our comedy board gaming quiz show wewe are joined by special guests Chaz Marler and Christina Aimerito play: Rules Lawyer Know Your Onions Scream if you want to go faster Gaming with the Stars Higher or Lower If you would like to financially support the show you can do so on our brand new PodPledge Page! If you would like to buy a Tshirt or other merch you can do so on our threadless page! And of course if you enjoy the show please tell your friends! And don't forget to check out our YouTube channel Thanks to: Chaz Marler from Pair of Dice Paradise and Christina from Girls Game Shelf for guesting on the show. Also thanks to Eric Summerer and Cora Hughes from The Dice Tower, Tony and Marty from Rolling Dice and Taking Names, and Ben from Five Games For Doomsday This Game is Broken is released every two weeks and is hosted by Dan Hughes and features Matthew Jude, Dave Luza, Nick Murphy and Mike Murphy. The show is devised and produced by Dan Hughes and edited by Matthew Jude. If you would like Matthew to help you edit your podcast then contact him at: Matthewjudecooper@gmail.com Art by our secretive sixth member Gary. If you would like to commission Gary then email him at: Graphics@deadcatdreaming.co.uk Additional production support from Mike Poole, Simon Brass, Max Davie, and Gary Pope. Email: email@example.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thisgameisbrokenpodcast Twitter: @TGIBpodcast YouTube: https://goo.gl/CPTVj9 You can see more from Dave Luza on his board gaming YouTube channel - The Happy Luza. He also talks about tabletop games every week on the Dice Tower's Board Game Breakfast doing his Playing the News segment. The Brother's Murph also have there own gaming Youtube channel The Brother's Murph. You can find them on the Dice Tower's board Game Breakfast show too talking about Thrift Store Throwbacks. Dan Hughes and Matthew Jude also have segments on Board Game Breakfast on the Dice Tower. Dan reviews children's Tabletop games alongside his daughter on "Dan and Cora". And Mathew talks about board and card games on "Dead Last". Despite the cast's close ties to the Dice Tower This Game is Broken is not affiliated to the Dice Tower Network. Or to the Shut Up Sit Down Network, the Rhado Runs Through it Network, or the Watch it Played Network. Mostly because those networks don't even exist.