Posted by fractaloon on September 28th, 2015
Julius & Albert are back with yet another big show. This episode has a bit of news and kickstarter stuff as usual. Then, Albert talks to Ignaczy Trzewiczek about Imperial Settlers, Robinson Crusoe, Legacy: The Testament of Duke de Crecy and solitaire games. Finally, Julius and Albert take an in depth look at Imperial Settlers.
Note: I incorrectly mentioned that Imperial Settlers won the 1 Player guild's game of the year last year. In fact, it won the Golden Geek award for solo games and the 1 Player guild's Best Solo Variant for the campaign cards. Oops
Posted by fractaloon on September 11th, 2015
In this episode, Albert and Julius chat about a couple
random things entirely unrelated to board games. And then they talk about board
games! Julius chats about some games currently on Kickstarter, then interviews Bruno Sautter, a
co-designer of 7th Content, soon to release to Kickstarter. Albert
and Julius then review Lewis and Clark.
Posted by fractaloon on August 18th, 2015
Finally summer break is over and things return to normal. Well, at least we make a poor attempt at normal. In this show we have a small news segment and a small Kickstarter report, followed by two game reviews. That's right... two!
First we look at the independently published game, Hero's Journey Home by Graham Cranfield. This small card game features unique art by the designer himself. Then we look at Nations: The Dice Game by Rustan Håkansson. This is definately the little brother of Nations which was covered on the show a year and a half ago.
Posted by fractaloon on August 5th, 2015
Julius meets up with Travis of the Low Player Count podcast to discuss our thoughts on the recent #GenCantSoloCon. We talk about what was played and how great the turn-out was. Thank you to all who attended.
Oh, and we announce the prizes, too!
Posted by fractaloon on July 28th, 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.
Posted by fractaloon on July 19th, 2015
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.
Posted by fractaloon on July 3rd, 2015
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.
This episode was delayed, with Albert away and Julius very busy until the end of the month. We will return to our normal bi-weekly schedule soon.
Posted by fractaloon on June 9th, 2015
Episode 82 is here! Julius and Albert have been pretty busy lately so this episode was very unplanned. We do cover a bit of news followed by a short Kickstarter report. Then we look at the 2015 1 Player gaming awards and our thoughts on them. Then, we cover the cool little game Bullfrogs. Gribbit.
Posted by fractaloon on May 25th, 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.
Posted by fractaloon on May 13th, 2015
This episode, we have very little news, but still talk about some cool upcoming releases. We review two great little print and play games: Elevenses for One and X-Hour Xenostrike. We also talk with Morten Pederson, game and solo variant designer, about game design and solo gaming.