Dear Little Gamer - Little Gamer Lullaby

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Best of Video Game - Zelda's Lullaby

Author: Alisa (ellebirdy23) Download: Pic: Lyrics: 0:06 Sleep my child, 0:09 Go to sleep my child, 0:13 Dream sweet dreams of olden times. 0:20 Dream my child, 0:22 Sweet dreams my child, 0:26 Rest your weary mind. 0:33 Waltz under moonlit trees, 0:36 Sail all the wondrous seas, 0:39 Give into all your dreams 0:42 And sleep. 0:47 Sleep my child 0:50 Go to sleep my child 0:54 Have no fear 0:56 I'm here by your side 1:01 Dream my child 1:03 Sweet dreams my child 1:06 The sun has said goodnight 1:13 Drift through the open sky 1:16 Wings spread and spirits high 1:20 Wave as the clouds go by 1:23 And Sleep 1:56 Waltz under moonlit trees, 1:58 Sail all the wondrous seas, 2:01 Give into all your dreams 2:08 Sleep my child 2:12 Sleep my child 2:16 Sleep 2:19 Sleep 2:23 Sleep 2:26 Sleep 2:35 Sleep

ENGN Episode 101 - GenCon Reviews, pt. 1: Dice and Card Games Under 30 Mintues

Holy GenCon reviews! This is the first of a multi-part series where we cover all of the fun stuff we played post-GenCon. There was a LOT of games and, to our surprise, much of it was pretty good! We won't keep all of these games on our shelves, but we can say that pretty much everything we talk about over the next few episodes will appeal to someone out there in our audience. This week, we chat about "filler" games. We do not mean that term pejoratively! These are games that might slide into anyone's collection and provide fun for families and gamers alike. Trainmaker (6:52) Railroad Ink (11:30) Istanbul: The Dice Game (17:27) Palm Island (24:53) Maiden's Quest (29:28) The Draugr (39:07)

Zelda's Lullaby - The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword Music Extended

The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword music that has been extended to play for at least 15.5 minutes. Composer(s): Hajime Wakai, Shiho Fujii, Mahito Yokota, Takeshi Hama, Koji Kondo Arranger(s): Hajime Wakai, Shiho Fujii, Mahito Yokota, Takeshi Hama, Koji Kondo Developer(s): Nintendo EAD, Monolith Soft Publisher(s): Nintendo Purchase, pre-order, and/or download this game here: This video was uploaded from This stream was submitted by GalaxyManX9. Full Playlist:

ENGN Episode 102 - GenCon Reviews, pt. 2: Games That Tell Stories

Our massive, multi-part GenCon recap rolls on! This week, we have some games that are heavily soaked in story and narrative. If you are looking to engage your family and/ or game group in some immersive experiences, we have some good picks for you. First, Anthony talks about Spy Club (3:20), a card-based game where you act as Nancy Drew-esque kid crime solvers, tracking down suspects and righting wrongs in your own home town. Anthony and Jason come down on surprisingly different sides of the fence for that one. Jason then describes and compares Z-Man Games Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger with the Graphic Novel Adventures from Van Ryder Games (13:35). They both cover the same ground, but do so in very different ways and for different audiences. Finally, Anthony chimes back in and talks about Detective: A Modern Crime Story from Portal Games (22:51). Comparing all of these experiences led both of us to discuss the broader nature of theme in games - what does "theme" actually mean, what makes a game truly thematic, etc. We didn't plan to have that conversation at all, so it felt really organic and exciting to discuss something near and dear to our hearts (well, at least one of us...).  


We did it! Episode 100! The whole ENGN family has gathered - Anthony, Jason, and Liz. We chat about things we are thankful for, both with reference to the pod as well as to the larger world of board gaming. First, all three of us share some thoughts about an older game we are are very thankful for. These are three games that have permanent places in our collections, so we are happy to share about them with you - Nations (4:13), Space Alert (15:40), and Baseball Highlights 2045 (26:45). After that, we share some reflections about the last 100 episodes. We chat about noteworthy past episodes, favorite interviews and segments, and some life difficulties behind the mic that the pod has helped us overcome. If that wasn't enough, we also have some audio clips from past guests - gamers, content creators, and designers - who wanted to share things they are thankful about in the board gaming hobby. Thank you for joining us for 100 episodes. We're just hitting our groove. We hope you stick around for at least 100 more.

A parody karaoke song that I sing to my daughter at night as her bedtime lullaby. Song based on "Dear Theodosia" by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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