Pick Up & Deliver 261: Cognitive Dissonance – Brendan shares some thoughts about contradictory ideas he holds in gaming. Join us, won’t you?
Pick Up and Deliver 251: Lovecraft vs. Colonialism – Brendan explores the question of what he thinks about colonialism as represented in games and games built on the H.P. Lovecraft mythos. Is there a difference? Why?
Episode 231 – Brendan shares his thinking about the five different kinds of solo games he plays, and gives examples of each. Join us, won’t you?
Gaia Project Vs Wingspan and Spirit Island Vs Arkham Horror faceoff against one another in the March Mayhem tournament each seeking the glory that can only be found in Ultimate Victory!
Pick Up & Deliver 186: Five Scary Games – Here in the season of scares, Brendan shares tales of five games that have the potential to be scary or have induced fear in your usually fearless leader.
Episode 148: Brendan talks about the challenge of creating a game that’s fun to play but also has a satisfying narrative arc and ending.
Brendan answers a question from the PUaD forum and talks about Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle Earth, The Arkham Horror Card Game, and Hellboy. Show notes: Lord of the Rings: Journeys in Middle Earth Descent: Journeys in the Dark War of the Ring Arkham Horror 3rd Edition Arkham Horror:
Brendan shares what he’s been playing during the first half of the month. Show notes: Colony Axis and Allies Azul Bärenpark Sagrada Gloomhaven TIME Stories: Brotherhood of the Coast Arkham Horror LCG: The Dunwich Legacy What have you been playing
In this episode, Brendan offers up his opinions on ten games from his current Top 50 games. Games discussed: 10. Last Will 9. A Touch of Evil: The Supernatural Game 8. Anachrony 7. Arkham Horror: The Card Game 6. Brass: Lancashire 5. Star Wars: Rebellion 4. Dungeon
Brendan continues his discussion of the difficulties of crafting a usable rulebook. In this episode he considers more closely the difference in what hard-core gamers and casual gamers want from rulebooks, and also the difference between the feedback you get