December 26, 2016
The year is coming to a close with a final episode for 2016, of more moderate length. Julius and Albert dispute whether the Grizzled can be considered a wargame (which it cannot), in addition to chatting about some other games they've played. Plus, Julius steals a segment from Chris and review a print-and-play game, Haze Island.
- Favorite game of the year - 00:01
- Mini-review of Ascended: Become Chosen (BGG) - 00:06
- Print-and-Play Review: Haze Islands (BGG) - 00:16
- Review of the Grizzled - 00:30
- What's It Missing - 01:05
(Our apologies for Albert's recording quality.)
December 1, 2016
After a hearty Thanksgiving, Albert and Julius return with Travis (of Low Player Count) and Chris (of Print and Play Patrol) to talk about wargames, including a general discussion of solitaire war games and what defines a war games. After some general recommendations, everyone joins in to review Agricola: Master of Britain.
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May 20, 2016
The year of wargaming continues, with our second game of the year. Granted, we're almost halfway through the year, but at least we got another one. Albert and Julius discuss Conflict of Heroes Awakening the Bear and its solo expansion this episode as well as talking about other games and topics.
- Opening Chatter
- Flash Point
- AJ’s thread on the Guild
- Update on the Challenge Coin (Live now!)
- Kickstarter (17)
- Dresden Files
- Escape and Escape Zombie City big boxes
- Conflict of Heroes review (32)
- The Great Debate (104): Money v Jellyfish
March 10, 2016
The leaders of the podcast are here. Julius and Albert are joined this episode by Kevin Erskine, organizer of the Top 100 Solo Games and a prominent member of the 1 Player Guild. Everyone chats about some current games and reviews Thunderbolt Apache Leader and the Leader series in general.
Plus, we're starting a new series: PnP Patrol with Chris Hansen. Chris will be presenting a different print-and-play game every episode. The series starts with a review of Invaders from Dimension X.
Oh, and Albert flubs it on the Great Debate (but maybe you'll vote for him anyway).
December 28, 2015
This latest episode of the show, we cover a cool new solo game called Airborne Commander. It was designed by Aaron Lauster and published by Stratamax Games. This deck-building game is not unlike Friday in style, size and color. We also talk about the idea of story in solo games.
July 28, 2015
Albert is finally back from vacation but now Julius is missing. This episode features the return of the guest host, Chris Hansen. In this episode Chris and I look at Frontline: D-Day, designed and published by Dan Verssen. This is a WW2 game in which you control individual soldiers fighting in the front line (hence the name). Albert also does a quick interview with Karl Fenner regarding Police Precinct, which is still on Kickstarter for a few days more.
May 25, 2015
This is the briefest episode in quite a while as we had to cut the Kickstarter Report short. However, check out the history segment on the Reconquista followed by a review of the game. Also, the Elevenses for One contest is resolved.
March 31, 2015
In yet another long episode, we take the opportunity to interview Chris Hansen, Jake Staines, Ryan Mayes, and Todd Sanders about the Solitaire PnP Contest in our annual Roundtable. We also review another previous contest entrant, Maquis. We introduce some new music, Julius chats about more SGOYT, and we talk about the news and upcoming games.
February 17, 2015
This episode I look at the game The Hunters: German U-Boats at War 1939-1943, if you want the full title. This game is a simulation of being in charge of a u-boat during world war two. The game is similar to the classic B-17 Queen of the Skies in that though the game play is very light and random it is full of historical flavor.
September 29, 2014
Episode 65. In this show I talk about the game Hooyah: The Navy Seals Card Game. This is a light co-op game for 1-4 players in which you are trying to complete a covert mission, Ticket to Ride style. Hooyah is published by US Games. I also look at the upcoming Essen releases.