Meeting over one issue shifts to confrontation over another. The eleventh episode of dramedy podcast One More Turn‘s (OMT) fifth season is now available. Entitled “Love or Leave”, it has a runtime of 08m12s. A story set in the near future, OMT features geeks deal with non-geeky problems. One can follow the show on Twitter and check out its YouTube channel for caption capability.
OMT features the voice talents of Civilization strategy-centric podcast PolyCast regular co-hosts Daniel “DanQ” Quick and Stephanie “Makahlua” among others; Quick is also the show’s writer and creator. Selections of American music and soundtrack composer Kevin MacLeod‘s work is included throughout the series. Episode 513, the OMT season finale, is scheduled for release on December 21st, 2016.
The Civilization IV Hall of Fame has been updated. 11 games were accepted since the previous update.
Congratulations to Sir Drake for the highest Firaxis score of the update with a Tiny, Marathon, Noble, Space Colony game for 113,182 points.
Chaosquo was the most active player during this update, submitting 10 games.
No players were brave enough to take on Deity this update.
No players gained number one positions on harder difficulty levels.
No players gained a composite table High Score (i.e. Any Condition).
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Forthwith. Regular players Daniel “DanQ” Quick, ”Makahlua” and ”UberMarklar” are accompanied by fellow co-operative Civilization V multiplayer players in the seventy-eighth episode of TurnCast (TC). Entitled “Check Your Notifications“, its runtime is 09m59s. Snippets include but are not limited to complicated question, taking debts, main exit, nasty things and outside friends.
TurnCast is the third spin-off of the Civ strategy-centric PolyCast on which Quick and Makahlua serve as regular co-hosts; fellow sibling ModCast focusing on Civ modding was the first.
Interesting behind the scenes video with Sean Bean:
Segments inclusion preference? Favourite regular co-host? These are two of the five questions being asked of the 2016 ModCast (MC) audience as its eighth season has concluded.
To provide your input on/by December 17th, 2016 follow the link below:
ModCast is the first spin-off of the Civ strategy-centric PolyCast; it has been renewed for a 6-episode ninth season in 2017.
A moment of truth follows tough love. The tenth episode of dramedy podcast One More Turn‘s (OMT) fifth season is now available. Entitled “Heart-to-Heart”, it has a runtime of 10m53s. A story set in the near future, OMT features geeks deal with non-geeky problems. One can follow the show on Twitter and check out its YouTube channel for caption capability.
OMT features the voice talents of Civilization strategy-centric podcast PolyCast regular co-hosts Daniel “DanQ” Quick and Stephanie “Makahlua” among others; Quick is also the show’s writer and creator. Selections of American music and soundtrack composer Kevin MacLeod‘s work is included throughout the series. Episodes 511 and 512 are scheduled for release on December 14th, 2016.
The ever-popular Community Patch, now known as Vox Populi, has a brand new update.
Started in 2014, Vox Populi (formerly known as the “Community Balance Patch”) is a collaborative effort to improve Civilization V’s AI and gameplay. It is a collection of mods that are designed to work together seamlessly.
The core of the project, the Community Patch, is a DLL-based mod that can be used independently of all other mods in the project in order to improve your Civilization V experience. It does not modify any of the core game’s content (such as leaders or buildings), but improves AI performance and addresses a number of bugs that remained after the final Civilization V patch.
The Community Balance Overhaul (and all other elements of the project), however, expands and changes the core mechanics of the game, offering an entirely new Civilization V experience that feels and plays like an evolution of the series.
The update is available to download and discuss within its own forum in our Civilization V modding forums.
Headed by regular co-hosts Daniel “DanQ” Quick, ”Makahlua”, Philip “TheMeInTeam” Bellew and ”MadDjinn”, PolyCast is approaching the conclusion to its landmark tenth season. On December 10th, 2016, the show’s annual Christmas Special is to be recorded live as have been episode recordings this calendar year. The regular co-hosts are need of questions to answer, comments to reflect on and topics to investigate to drive this celebratory stream’s content: Civ in nature, strategy/computer gaming in general or even PolyCast specific inquiries are all welcome… you are not limited to just one!
To submit your questions, comments or topics for this purpose in advance, do one of the following:
a) respond accordingly to this post;
b) send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org;
c) leave a voicemail for free by using Skype to call the show; or
d) leave a voicemail by using your telephone to call the show: (301) 637-7659 or +44 121 288 7659.
In addition, the PolyCast team will also take them live during the recording of the 2016 Christmas Special in the chat room powered by YouTube. Help the show’s regular co-hosts prepare for this event by submitting your inquiries in advance. PolyCast is a bi-weekly audio production in an ongoing effort to give the Civ community an interactive voice on game strategy.