My friend Tazio and I are are playing S/Lay w/Me! I'd prefer not to discuss the current health crisis at this site except as it's relevant, but it's true that he is in northern Italy and I am in a hard-hit area of Sweden - there is just a little bit of shared worry between us and a sense of relief to get into this entirely escapist zone of play.
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Nate and I met for our second and final session for The Hour Between Dog and Wolf, each of us pretty motivated for the respective “side,” in the curious fashion associated with the better examples of this genre. We began by discussing three important things.
Here’s a game I consider under-served. I would say “criminally” so except for the poor joke it entails, which is too bad, because yes, it’s criminal. Matt Gwinn’s The Hour Between Dog and Wolf is an excellent detective vs.
The conclusion to our 39 Dark game, in two videos: Lane Novack, good guy or bad guy? I’m interested in your opinion.
Some things to talk about include:
Here's our first session of 39 Dark,with me and Moreno, for what looks to be a multiple-session event. I've been looking forward to that, as I think this and its prequel, Mars Colony, are both worthy of extended investment, characterization and character development, and reflection between sessions.
My recent games of Cold Soldier - with Zac, Santiago, Ángel, and Moreno - make a powerful comparison.
Hey, more Cold Soldier in action! This time with Ángel, for a slightly less intercontinental session - Sweden and the U.K. But also, like the session with Santiago, placed in reference to a Spanish-speaking setting, based on Angel's home city of Madrid.
A couple of months ago, I invited patrons to play Bret Gillan's game Cold Soldier with me, using my slight re-write of the text (no rules revision; see attached), and to talk about it. Santiago and I did so shortly afterward, via Skype between Sweden and Argentina.