Tom Bailey público
[search 0]
Mais

Download the App!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
In this episode Eric and Johnny talk about some things you might want to consider when exploring a new 18xx title for the first time. Maybe they'll start doing these things too when they try new games now - who knows! If you'd like to support the show visit patreon.com/trainshuffling Check out our Merchandise store (Benefits the ACLU): www.bonfire.…
 
Johnny and Eric are joined this episode by Jonathan Cox of Jon Gets Games to talk about his recent dive down the Cube Rails rabbit hole - we discuss what about these games caught his attention, what games he's enjoyed playing so far and some of the interesting experiences he's had playing them so far. In the episode we reference his tutorial for Tr…
 
Warning! No 18xx talk in this bonus episode at all! Eric and Johnny have a quick 10 minute chat and test recording in Johnny's new studio space and discuss some of the upcoming improvements to the podcast's recording gear that we're excited about. Your patreon contributions are helping us immensely and we wouldn't be able to consider these kind of …
 
Johnny and Eric are joined this episode by Jeroen Doumen of Splotter Spellen to talk about 18xx games, the influences they've had on his life as a game designer, what his 18xx likes and dislikes are, and more! If you'd like to support the show visit patreon.com/trainshuffling Check out our Merchandise store (Benefits the ACLU): www.bonfire.com/stor…
 
In this Episode we go back to the basics, talking about 18xx news, recent plays, and discuss Bankruptcy - how frequency correlates (or not) to experience level in players, and the other implications in 18xx games. We round out the episode with the first installment of a multi-part train fact! Buy a share of Train Shuffling: www.patreon.com/meekinfo…
 
Eric and Johnny are joined once again by Eric Brosius and new guest to the podcast Avery Bailey - both of whom have well over 300 plays of 1846 under their belts - to discuss advanced strategy for the game. We dive deep into strategies for each company, discuss combinations of privates with different companies, par prices, stealing companies, and m…
 
Welcome prospective 18xx players - you've come to the right place! In this episode dedicated entirely to those of you who are curious about the wild and wonderful world of 18xx games but haven't yet taken the plunge Johnny and Eric give an overview of some of the features common to many 18xx games, talk about some of the common misconceptions about…
 
In this episode Eric and Johnny are joined by Tom Russell - the designer of many cube rails games including Irish Gauge, Iberian Gauge, and the upcoming Dual Gauge. Here is a link to the reddit Train Tuesday question discussion we mentioned. Check out our Merchandise store (Benefits the ACLU): www.bonfire.com/store/trainshuffling/ Buy a share of Tr…
 
Eric and Johnny are joined by Len Kay to talk about their top 5 18xx games. This "bonus" episode turned into a full-length-and-then-some discussion so buckle up for some opinions! Update - 18EU's Minor Powers Variant is the result of a collaborative effort between Paul Zieske, Franklin T. Adams-Watters and Richard Price. Check out our Merchandise s…
 
Johnny and Eric muse on the differences between Curvilinear and Lawson track. If you want to follow along with pictures, click the link below.Here's a link to a visual reference to some of the tiles we discuss in the episodeCheck out our new Merchandise store (Benefits the ACLU): https://www.bonfire.com/store/trainshuffling/New Re-jiggered Patreon …
 
Johnny and Eric are joined by Scott Peterson of All-Aboard Games to talk about a host of topics ranging from his recent successful Kickstarter for 1822 to his experiences designing games, to his future projects.Here is the link to the Smithsonian article about the Crash at Crush: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/train-company-crashed-two-trai…
 
Eric and Johnny thought that we were recording a bonus episode but it turned into an hour long discussion. Great! We talk about our recent plays of 18EU, 1822MRS, 1817, 18CZ (2-player variant), and 2038, as well as continuing some of the conversations that were started on Twitter regarding aesthetics, inclusivity, and other topics in 18xx games. Ch…
 
Eric and Johnny are joined by Joe Huber to talk about how to play 18xx faster. TLDR: Just decide to do it! Join us on 6/22/20 at 8:15pm EST for a streamed game of 1846 with Eric Brosius! Subscribe to our youtube channel (www.youtube.com/boardgameinformant) and hit the bell for a reminder when we go live! Link to the spreadsheet discussed in the epi…
 
Johnny and Eric are joined by the illustrious Eric Brosius to talk all about his varied and rich history in gaming.We talk about his many many plays of 1846 - diving into some strategy tips, discuss his thoughts on the upcoming 1833NE, as well as his other titles of interest, and more.Here are links to Eric's video series on how to play 1846:Part 1…
 
Johnny and Eric have a relaxed episode going over the recent news in the 18xx world, talk briefly about what games they like to play outside of 18xx, and what they've been doing during lockdown.To Support the Show visit: www.patreon.com/meekinformantPodcast Hotline: (410) 357-1898Reach out to us with questions, feedback and answers to listener ques…
 
Johnny and Eric talk about 1833NE, our recent plays of some cube rails games, and general musings on Finances for companies in 18xx games. Here's a link to our stream of Irish Gauge and Chicago Express if you want to follow along with our discussion about the game(s). Here's the P500 Page for 1833NEThe Listener Question for Next Episode is: How hav…
 
Johnny and Eric talk about the horrible mistakes during recent plays of 1824 and 1880, as well as upcoming remote streams on Tabletop Simulator, and COVID-19.Here's a link to our streamed game of 1880 if you want to follow along with our discussion about the game.The Listener Question for Next Episode is: What percentage of your gaming time is dedi…
 
Johnny and Eric recap their first night at TotalCon!Support the Show at: www.patreon.com/meekinformant Podcast Hotline: (410)357-1898Reach out to us with questions, feedback and answers to listener questions via:Email: boardgameinformant@gmail.comTwitter: @BGInformantFacebook: facebook.com/boardgameinformant--- Send in a voice message: https://anch…
 
Johnny and Eric discuss Johnny's recent play of 1880 and make a special announcement about an upcoming stream/Kickstarter release.Join our BGG Guild: https://boardgamegeek.com/guild/3710Support the Show at: www.patreon.com/meekinformant 18NewEngland Stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54XkT0KsG2k1822MRS Stream on 2/10 @ 6pm EST: https://www.you…
 
Johnny and Eric discuss recent plays of 1824, and a few solo games of 1862 among other things.Watch our stream of 1824: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUYtAT-oiXUAnd Johnny's stream of the 1862 solo game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zwv84dCZ7boSupport the Show at: www.patreon.com/meekinformant Podcast Hotline: (410)357-1898Reach out to us with…
 
Johnny and Eric discuss sportsmanship in 18xx games - Calling games early, playing cooperatively vs. competitively, playing for second, and the like. We also read more responses to listener questions and talk about a few local games and upcoming events we'll be attending. Watch our stream of 1889: https://boardgamegeek.com/video/246894Support the S…
 
Eric and Johnny are joined by 1862 evangelist Randy Brown. We talk about the many unique features of the game and generally gush a bit. Eric tries to keep it in check.Here's a link to our play of 1862 (See comments below the video on BGG for Randy's postmortem)Randy's articles on 62 to date:1) What eurogamer should know about 1862 (strap in, folks)…
 
This week Johnny and Eric are joined by Joshua Starr of Grand Trunk Games to talk a little bit about his company -and his recent, big announcement- and a lot about 18xx! Here's a link to our live-stream of 1862: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Qo64KEi-2cReach out to us with questions, feedback and answers to listener questions via: Google Voice: (…
 
In this impromptu episode, Johnny and Eric discuss how 3Ts can become permanent in 1889 (and how to avoid this) and what makes a good 18xx intro title (and request community feedback).Eric Brosius's thoughts on why 1846 is a good introductory game:https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/665386/1846-fine-introductory-game-18xx-seriesRod Steward's Model Tra…
 
Join Eric and Johnny as they discuss Print and Play -how to and ethics- and their impressions of 18CZ by Lonny Orgler, among other ramblings.(Apologies for the unbalanced audio gain. It's something we'll know to avoid in the future - hope the episode isn't too hard for people to listen to!)Link to our playthrough of 18CZ: https://www.youtube.com/wa…
 
Johnny and Eric are starting a podcast about 18xx and in this episode cover why they're creating the show, the structure of episodes, their backgrounds, some current 18xx news, and what to expect for the future of the show.Link to 1861/1867 Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/joshuastarr/1861-russia-1867-canada Patreon: https://www.pa…
 
Loading …

Guia rápido de referências

Google login Twitter login Classic login