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For the first decade of its existence, Spell Saga relied upon word of mouth. With little marketing beyond social media, the game survived due to the patience of its players, the venom of it’s professional reviewers, and the grace of those who cared to interview it’s creator. Below you’ll find an archive of the various reviews, interviews, & podcasts about Spell Saga & its creators.

if you would like to review the game or request an interview with Todd or Lauren, Contact us via the link below.

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~ INTERVIEWS ~

Interview: Todd Michael Rogers on combining narrative, theme and lots of cards in Spell Saga - part I

by Morten Monrad Pedersen in Thematic Solitaires for the Spare Time Challenged on Board Game Geek Oct. 21 2013

Interview: Todd Michael Rogers on combining narrative, theme and lots of cards in Spell Saga - part II

by Morten Monrad Pedersen in Thematic Solitaires for the Spare Time Challenged on Board Game Geek Oct. 28 2013

INTERVIEW: TODD MICHAEL ROGERS, TABLETOP NOVELIST

by Byron Alexander Campbell for Entropy magazine June 15, 2014

THE UNTOLD EMBARRASSING STORY OF HOW I MADE A ONE-PLAYER CARD GAME AND THEN GOT DIVORCED

personal essay by Todd Michael Rogers for Entropy magazine November 3, 2014

A Q&A With the Creator of Spell Saga

by pocoGRANDES for Kinja November 11, 2014


 ~ REVIEWS ~

Spell Saga: A Novel Tabletop Experience

by Jonathan H. Liu for Geekdad.com October 24, 2013

Seek forgotten songs in the hauntingly poetic story game Spell Saga

by Ed Grabianowski November 15, 2013

 Go on then, there are other worlds than these. A review of Spell Saga

by Scott Sexton for boardgamegeek.com Nov 7 2014


~ PODCASTS ~

Spell Saga and its creators have been featured on several podcasts:

1 Player Podcast by Albert Hernandez November 12, 2013 

Neighbors Podcast by Jakob Lewis April 9, 2015


~ Work & Play Archive ~

In March of 2014 the first of two season of the official FTGco & Spell Saga podcast was released. As FTGco became more of a just-Todd-co, the podcast was officially put to rest in 2016.

Work & Play podcast season 1 album cover

Work & Play podcast season 2 album cover