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.
In this announcement, Julius Besser and Travis Hill (of the Low Player Count podcast) announce the 2015 GenCan't Solo Con. All of our listeners are invited to take part in a special stay-at-home convention. Participate with the rest of our guild, reach out to other solo gamers on BGG, twitter, and social media. And, most importantly, win some excellent games and prizes. More details are available on our guild and in the episode.
Albert's on vacation, but Julius is joined by a special co-host, Chris Hansen, the Empressario of Print and Play. We talk about some new games and kickstarter projects, chat with the designer of Dark Dealings (currently on kickstarter), and review Quest Awakening of Melior. Then, we review Dead Men Tell No Tales, a coop pirate game, and talk about what is the most important part of a successful print-and-play game.
- Dead Men Tell No Tales (BGG)
- Quest: Awakening of Melior (Kickstarter)
- Dark Dealings (Kickstarter)
- Deep Space D-6 (BGG)
- Crazy Cat Lady (BGG)
- Countdown to Disaster (BGG)