The latest episode of the show is on Free Trader, a print and play game about travelling through space and hauling goods. This neat little card game uses a card driven mechanic to control a lot of the flow of the game. I take a brief look at the mechanic and how it is used in a few different games, focusing on the evolving complexity as you go from game to game.
This episode is once again mostly about Print and Play games. Specifically, I talk to Chris Hansen about the Solitaire PnP Design Contest going on right now as well as about his new endeavor with White Dog Games. Finally, I l look at the solitaire RPG, Chronicles of Arax.
Episode 40 is here! In this episode I talk a lot about print & play games. I go into tools, supplies and even a bit about technique. Then, I review a game which was originally a commercial game but is now available as PnP.
- Barbarian Prince on BGG
- The Game Crafter
- Print and Play Productions
- Printer Studio
- Meeple Source
- Mini Poker Chips from Discount Poker Shop
This episode covers a neat little Print and Play game on transporting goods across the galaxy. The game is AstroNavis Merchant Advanced. You take on the role of a trader whose just taken a loan out on a ship and has 3 months left to repay it. Your going to need to haul quite a few loads in those 3 months.
I also give a quick recap of Solitaire Gaming Month and my recent solitairish activities which mainly amount to thrifting a few games.
- AstroNavis Merchant Advanced
- AstroNavis Merchant
- Solitaire Gaming Month geeklist
- Galaxy Defenders on KickStarter
- Upon a Fable on KickStarter
- Run For Your Life on Kickstarter
Hello folks. Welcome to the latest episode and the 1 year anniversary. In this episode I very quickly go over all the games currently in the Solo Print and Play Design contest and then give an overview of March to the Sea, the solitaire game of modern conflict in Germany.
March to the Sea on BGG.
Solitaire Print and Play contest on BGG.
El Tablero Podcast en español.
This is the (first) Print and Play episode. Hopefully, I'll have many more of these as I have a few other PnP games I'd like to look at. In this episode, I first talk with Crhis Hansen of the Solitaire Print and Play Design Contest being hosted on BGG. Chris talks about last years contest and winners and also about how to be involved in this years contest. There is also some talk about print and play games, in general. After that interview, I look at Raider 16-Atlantis, which was a winner from last year's contest. I talk about my experiences with putting together and then playing the game.
Raider 16 - Atlantis on BGG.
The files for the game are listed in this discussion.
The current monthly geeklist on print and play crafting.
It's origins are based on the Print and Play podcast which has unfortunately been inactive for about a year. However, there is lots of great information on this guild and all the old episodes of that show are still available.
And finally... The discussion thread for this year's contest.
This episode should have been the solo RPG episode but Real Life has gotten in the way of that in a BIG way. Instead, this episode is on D-Day Dice. The co-operative dice game about WW II. If you haven't heard about this game yet, check it out and try out the Print and Play version. If you like it, hop on over to Kickstarter and back this project.
In this episode, first I talk about what I've been playing lately. Then, I talk about Solitaire variants. I talk briefly about some games with variants for one and go over what kind of games don't usually support solitaire variants. Finally, I have an interview with BGG user GameRulesForOne. He has designed quite a few solitaire variants that have been posted on BGG.