Listeners, thank you for subscribing. We are trying to get some feedback on the 1 Player Podcast. Julius and Albert take a small detour from our normal format to post up a podcast audience participation survey. We would really appreciate upir feedback and particpation. (And we're even giving away a gift certifiate to Miniature Market for survey respondents. )
Julius and Albert return from adventures in Norse mythology to talk about a highly thematic game. Well, they talk about A Feast For Odin, at least, and spend some time talking with Chris about Odin Quest. The mere mention of highly thematic games leads Albert down the dungeon hole of Card Rogue. And Albert and Julius talk about starting an audience participation survey (with more information on this topic to return next time).
- Banter (00:00)
- Mythologies (00:01)
- Card Rogue (00:05)
- Audience participation (00:07)
- Pillars of Eternity: Lords of the Eastern Reach (00:15)
- PnP Patrol: Odin Quest (00:17)
- A Feast For Odin (00:49)
- What's it Missing (01:38)
(Apologies for some of the skipping. Julius's computer did not process the recording correctly, which caused some skipping while recording.)
Wow folks.. did you expect another episode so quickly? I didnt but I messed up 119. I figured I should record something short to let listeners know the fixed #119 was back. Well, why not turn it into an episode!
This episode only covers the RPG game, The Plant by by Jason Morningstar of Bully Pulpit Games. He's designed many other acclaimed RPGs such as The shaba-Al-Hiri Roach, Fiasco, Night Witches and others. The Plant is a grim RPG designed for exactly one player. It is a very well implemented game that will leave a player full of emotions. It's a fantasstic game, but not for the faint of heart (that means me).
Albert and Julius ramble on and on about lots of nonsense, but we also talk about a few solo games like The Manhattan Project: Energy Empire wich Julius just lovs. This episode includes an interview and a PnP Patrol segment!!
- 0:00:30 - Intro & banter
- 0:04:00 - Fauna
- 0:05:50 - Cardline
- 0:07:58 - Cardventures (BGG)
- 0:13:23 - Yggdrasil (BGG)
- 0:15:13 - Conquest of Paradise (BGG)
- 0:15:53 - Elder Sign: Omens of Ice (BGG)
- 0:16:50 - Arkam Horror: The Card Game (BGG)
- 0:18:07 - Kickstarter Report
- 0:18:07 - SUPERHOT Card Game (BGG, KS)
- 0:23:22 - Dungeon Alliance Interview with Andrew Parks (BGG, website)
- 0:50:50 - PnP Patrol
- - Rolling Thunder (BGG)
- - F-14 Tomcats (BGG)
- - Malta Convoy (BGG)
- 1:15:42 - Manhattan Project: Energy Empire (BGG)
- 1:47:54 - What's it missing?
Welcome, guests. Come in, come in, for an exciting tale about our rustic inn. Be not concerned by the red flecks on the couch; those are merely some minor rust stains. I guarantee, the quality of this podcast of beyond compare. Now, as I was saying, listen to a tale woven of Arkham Horror the card game, while Julius interviews the lead designer Matt Newman. Afterwards, Albert and Julius review the Bloody Inn, with absolutely no comparison to this fine establishment.
- 00:01 - Catch up banter
- 00:01 - Subterra and Tabletopia
- 00:04 - Recording plays and Feast for Odin scores
- 00:06 - Arkham Horror card game updates
- 00:08 - Interview with Matt Newman, lead designer of Arkham Horror the card game
- 00:49 - Review of the Bloody Inn
- 01:22 - What's It Missing: Cleaning vs Animated Tokens
Folks, here's the spoiler episode on Pandemic Legacy: Season 1. It includes information on Julius's experience playing the game and his thoughts on it. It includes details about the game that you wil want to avoid if you have any expectations to play in the future. You have been warned (possibly overwarned).
In episode 107 Abert and Julius discuss Pandemic: Legacy. This is the runaway co-op hit in which you get to play through a 1 time adventure. We also discuss a few other small things, but mostly this is all Pandemic: Legacy. Note, this episode has no spoilers, but we will also release a spoiler episode in a few days.
0:08:56 - Wizard's Academy redux
0:13:25 - Albert visits an escape room
0:14:33 - Pandemic Legacy
1:03:28 - What's it missing
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.)
Welcome to the hundred and fifteenth episode of the podcast. This time around we talk about what we have been playing lately and then look at Wizard's Academy.
3:10 what we've been playing
3:14 Elder Sign
9:08 Sans Allies
9:52 Star Wars: Destiny (not solo)
12:05 Project Dreamscape
12:38 Centauri Saga
14:05 Arkham Horror: LCG
19:39 Haze Islands
32:00 Wizards Academy
1:12:00 What's it missing?
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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