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Low Player Count

Low Player Count is a bi-weekly 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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Aug 31, 2015
In Episode 11, the Low Player Count crew record a groggy morning episode while discussing games that have gotten under our skin. They also tackle the topic of multiplayer games that are good or bad when scaled down to two players, and why they think that might be.
 
Times:
2:20 - What Game Gets Under Your Skin?
8:25 - Why Do Games Get Under Our Skin?
13:38 - The Best & Worst of High Player Count Games with Two
18:30 - Euro vs. Ameritrash Player Interaction
24:50 - Co-ops
35:15 - Fillers at Best with Two?
37:00 - Donny Flips Out About Love Letter
41:45 - Multiplayer Games that Play Worse at Two
48:21 - Donny is Scared of Randos
62:45 - AngelZilla
64:14 - End Bits
 
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