Low Player Count Podcast

Low Player Count is a bi-monthly podcast devoted to thinking about, sometimes reviewing, but mostly discussing solo and two player boardgames and their place in the current board gaming culture. Instead of just doing reviews, we aim to dissect the larger boardgames industry through our discussions of one and two-player games, occasionally focusing on a specific game. We are three guys with a wide range of gaming interests and tastes, but all have an affinity for solo and two-player boardgames.
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Episode 28 - Tile Laying Games

Travis Hill
United States
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Episode 28: Tile Laying Games

In Episode 28, the Low Player Count Crew discusses Tile Laying in games. They also talk about Origins, GenCantSoloCon 2016, and make plenty of terrible puns.

2:22 - The Warhammer Quest Adventure Card Game Giveaway
5:25 - GenCantSoloCon 2016
8:09 - Continental Differentiation
8:53 - Donny’s Origins Recap
12:22 - Dual Thematic Design Inquiry
16:35 - Kickstarter Duchess
19:30 - Donny Misedited
20:17 - boardgametables.com
20:56 - Tile Laying Games
21:19 - What Is It?
22:35 - Our Experience with Them
25:45 - Why Do You/Do You Not Enjoy It?
31:30 - What Makes Tile Laying So Different?
39:32 - Empty Threats
39:48 - What are Some Better Tile Laying Games?
46:45 - Solo Options for Tile Laying
50:21 - Tile Laying in a 1 vs. 2 Player Situation
55:30 - Personal Favorites
58:40 - End Bits

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