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Category: Leisure:Games

A podcast dedicated to solitaire board gaming.

May 29, 2021

1P 208 - Happy Anniversary!

This week is the 10th anniversary of the 1 Player Podcast!  Wow, huh!?  When the show started there wasn't much talk of solo gaming in the podcast world, with at least the notable exception of the EXCELLENT Print and Play podcast which was hosted by FNH1.  it wasn't specifically solitaire, but quite often featured solo games.  Well in 10 years things have changed and we are lucky to have quite a variety of solo gaming shows to enjoy.  We are bringing on as many of the solo gaming podcasts as we can to give you a taste of what's out there.  You will see as you listen to the discussions that they are all interesting and quite different.  There is a lot more than we can fit into a single episode so this discussion will go over the next few weeks!

Some of the mentioned games

  • Cartographers (BGG)
  • Helionox: The Last Sunset (BGG)
  • Ironsworn RPG (RPG Geek)
  • The Coin Tribes' Revolt (BGG)
  • Rollway Stations (BGG)
May 22, 2021

1P PSA - It’s Dark This Week

This very special announcement is here just to tell you there is no show this week. Tune back in next week!

May 15, 2021

1P 207 - Friday

It's back to the table with Friday!  I hadn't played this game in six years.  Julius and I took the time to re-visit this solo classic.

May 8, 2021

1P 206 - 5-Minute Mystery

Someone's stolen the MacGuffin!  What do we do?  You've got five minutes to study the crime scene and find clues to lead you to the culprit.  This is a real-time family game that can be played solo and it sounds pretty fun.

May 1, 2021

1P 205 - Magic Maze

This week Julius and go to the mall! More like we go to a magical mall and get lost.  We are talking about Magic Maze, the real-time mall crawling fantasy game.  If the theme makes no sense, that's okay.  This is a fast playing game for 1 to something like 6 players.  Instead of controlling a character, you control individual actions for all the characters.  It's a neat concept that works great for multiplayer...

  • Magic Maze (BGG)