Babbling time... And not alone
Board gaming has changed. It's no longer a experience that you play with other people. Now days, game can be played solo... On your own! Is this what we want out of gaming. To be playing own your todd?
In this show, we delve into playing solo. Is it a good thing for the hobby or a bad? Shouldn't solo play be done on a tablet, seen as lots of board games have an app?
We also babble about our recent gaming experiences, such as the Essen Spiel and the Colorado Gamers event. We play our usual game for guessing what new games the other has played in out Good, (not so) Bad & Ugly section.
Also, lots of babbling and giggling and gurgling...why? Listen to the show =D
Essen Spiel Demos
***Things that make you go hmmmm*** 31:03
Catan Chocolate edition
Oik games joins PSI
***The good the not so bad and the ugly*** 42:18
Try and guess what new games we have played, from their description and figure out if our first impressions are good, bad or ugly.
***The Babble*** 1:03:03
It seems to be all the rage here in Babblot, everybody's talking about solo gaming. They want a game that has this, that and the other. AND it must have a solo mode as well.
So are we solo gamers?
Why do/don’t we solo game?
What is your favorite solo game?
Is there a game you’d like a solo mode for?
Does it work or does a game feel broken?
Does every game need a solo mode?
or watch the live video
and see the behind the scenes errors