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S02E06 | We love United we do, United we love you! Special Guest Martin Wallace (Deutsche Version)

Brett-Time-Stories - Der Brettspiele POTTcast

Zu Gast der Spieleautor Martin WallaceEndlich mal wieder ein Gast und wieder ein für uns ganz Großer. Martin Wallae gibt sich diesmal die Ehre und gibt uns einen Blick hinter die Kulissen. Wiedermal erhalten wir super spannende Sichtweisen und einen leicht kritischen Martin Wallace, der auch wieder eine komplett andere Herangehensweise in der Entwicklung von Spielen hat 00:00:00 Intro00:00:21 Begrüßung00:04:10 Begrüßung Martin Wallace + Smalltalk00:08:36 Vorstellung Martin Wallace00:11:18 Getränk der Folge00:13:55 Recap00:17:30 Kommentare00:25:27 Interview Martin Wallace01:33:25 Abschluss Wie auch versprochen hier der Link für den Discord-Server: https://discord.gg/pF6W6wGJ Wenn Ihr Bock auf mehr habt: Hier der Link zum Youtube-Kanal PottGamer - Brettspiele: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZSk5pn2ZI0E2bToBimy0rw Hier der Link zur Facebook-Seite:https://www.facebook.com/PottGamerBrettspiele/ Und hier meine E-Mail Adresse:Benni@Pottgamer.de

1hr 35mins

27 Jan 2021

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S02E06 | We love United we do, United we love you! Special Guest Martin Wallace (Englische Version)

Brett-Time-Stories - Der Brettspiele POTTcast

Zu Gast der Spieleautor Martin WallaceEndlich mal wieder ein Gast und wieder ein für uns ganz Großer. Martin Wallae gibt sich diesmal die Ehre und gibt uns einen Blick hinter die Kulissen. Wiedermal erhalten wir super spannende Sichtweisen und einen leicht kritischen Martin Wallace, der auch wieder eine komplett andere Herangehensweise in der Entwicklung von Spielen hat 00:00:00 Intro00:00:21 Begrüßung (Deutsch)00:04:10 Begrüßung Martin Wallace + Smalltalk (Englisch)00:08:36 Vorstellung Martin Wallace (Englisch)00:11:18 Getränk der Folge (Englisch)00:13:55 Recap (Deutsch)00:17:30 Kommentare (Deutsch/Englisch)00:25:27 Interview Martin Wallace (Englisch)01:33:25 Abschluss (Englisch) Wie auch versprochen hier der Link für den Discord-Server: https://discord.gg/pF6W6wGJ Wenn Ihr Bock auf mehr habt: Hier der Link zum Youtube-Kanal PottGamer - Brettspiele: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZSk5pn2ZI0E2bToBimy0rw Hier der Link zur Facebook-Seite:https://www.facebook.com/PottGamerBrettspiele/ Und hier meine E-Mail Adresse:Benni@Pottgamer.de

1hr 35mins

27 Jan 2021

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Episodio 49 - Tinners Trail / 5 juegos de Martin Wallace

Ciudadano Meeple

Vuelta al cole y empezamos el nuevo curso con el episodio 49 en el que traemos uno de los especiales de 5 juegos de un autor, en este caso Martin Wallace.En los entremeses hablamos del juego Tinners Trail (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/35570/tinners-trail)En la charleta comentamos 5 juegos de Martin Wallace- Struggle of empires (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/9625/struggle-empires)- Brass (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/28720/brass-lancashire)- Automobile (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/39351/automobile)- Steam (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/27833/steam)- Wildlands (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/244654/wildlands)En la mesa de pruebas comentamos los siguientes juegos.- The Magnificent (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/283863/magnificent)- La tripulación (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/284083/crew-quest-planet-nine)- Root (digital)- Kingdom of Heaven (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/25900/kingdom-heaven-crusader-states-1097-1291)Terminamos con el plan malvado y los siguientes juegos- Clank! (https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/201808/clank-deck-building-adventure)- Tetris 99 (Nintendo switch)Métodos de contactoBlog: www.ciudadanomeeple.comTwitter: @ciudadanomeepleCorreo: ciudadano.meeple@gmail.comTelegram: https://t.me/CiudadanomeepleInstagram: ciudadanomeeple

1hr 38mins

6 Sep 2020

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[Sortons le grand jeu] Age of Steam – Martin Wallace

Proxi-Jeux

Un nouveau voyage dans le temps, ça vous tente ? Cyrus et Le Pionfesseur ont démarré le moteur, enfourné le […]

1hr 57mins

15 May 2020

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Martin Wallace

Five Games for Doomsday

This week's guest is legendary designer, Martin Wallace. We talk about post-war Britain, running your own company and the importance of history...but which games did he choose?  Listen to the show  Download the show  Support the show here. Bluff Breakout Normandy Billabong Terra Mystica Power Grid

1hr 12mins

3 Feb 2020

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RDTN Episode 155: Tabletop Showcase – Martin Wallace

Rolling Dice & Taking Names Gaming Podcast

Over the six years of doing the Rolling Dice & Taking Names podcast, we have been privileged to have some of incredible designers drop by the show andom() * 6); […]

1hr 17mins

11 Oct 2018

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Episode 28: Martin Wallace Day

Board Game Snobs

The Snobs discuss several games this podcast on their attempted Martin Wallace day.  But non Wallace games were played as well.  Some games discussed: Ticket to Ride New York, Terraforming Mars, Dice Nations, Railways of the World (Mexico), London, and Gaby refuses to play Mythotopia as well as a quick run through of the top 5 Adam Sandler movies.  Enjoy!! boardgamesnobs@gmail.com https://twitter.com/boardgamesnobs https://www.instagram.com/boardgamesnobs/

36mins

11 Oct 2018

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Heavy Cardboard Episode 114 - Conversation with Martin Wallace

Heavy Cardboard

28 Jun 2018

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Podcast #5 with Martin Wallace

Harold on Games

http://conflictsimulations.com/2018/05/18/harold-on-games-podcast-5-with-martin-wallace-notesTHIS podcast is singularly composed of an interview with prolific designer, Martin Wallace. We will discuss at length his newest game – Lincoln, now available on Kickstarter. I will publish some notes and references on my web site conflictsimulations.com. Thanks to the Portland Oregon based band Jenny Don’t and the Spurs for the intro and outro music. Check them out at jennydontandthespurs.com

55mins

17 May 2018

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Wargames To Go 14.3 - French & Indian War (Martin Wallace interview)

Wargames To Go

This month's episode brings my French & Indian War topic to a close. As always, it's been very rewarding to dig a bit deeper into a piece of history I thought I knew something about...only to find more layers and connections to the past & present. Even though my time living in Paris is six months behind me, I knew that picking this topic would be a great transition from my somewhat deliberate French-focused outlook of 2016-2017 into the broader world again. That's exactly how it worked. In learning about the F&I War, I chose to focus on the New France part of that story, particular the two centuries of history that came before the Fall of Quebec. I guess you could say I was focusing the "F" in the F&I War. I only scratched the surface of the "I" part. Not surprisingly, the political and cultural history of the native peoples in this region--and their ever-adapting interaction with the arriving Europeans--is a topic all unto itself. Frankly, that's the sort of story that can sometimes be told better by a sophisticated euro, since it involves so much more than military subjects. As far as I know, there isn't a game on that topic, though Mound Builders may be the closest. I own that, and look forward to playing it sometime. The Victory of Montcalm's Troops at Carillon by Henry Alexander Ogden (images from Wikipedia) As for the military history, though, there are many good games on the topic. Typically, I played only a fraction of what I considered when I constructed this episode's geeklist. That's ok--I enjoyed the ones I got to, and will have future opportunities to play some that I missed. (I still wish there was a playably short version of the Battle of Quiberon Bay, though.) The Battle of Quiberon Bay, 20 November 1759 by Dominic Serres (images from Wikipedia) A feature of this episode is my interview with designer Martin Wallace. Probably best known for Age of Steam, Brass, and London, you can tell right there that he's not your average eurogame designer. He's his own thing. Martin's games have always had a heavy dose of history, often political and economic history. It should be no surprise that his designer's eye looks over topics of military history, too. He's now designed a fair number of wargames, all of them innovative and worth a look. His designs don't come from a hex & counter system, a COIN system, or indeed any established system at all. A few of them share common rule systems, but most are unique. Though it's a problematic term (because no one knows exactly what it means), they are often euro-wargame hybrids. Which is right up my alley. When Martin's A Few Acres of Snow was released in 2011, it took a new game design mechanism called deckbuilding and applied to a very specific subject, the French & Indian War. For me, it was love at first sight, and I've never looked back. What a thrill to be able to talk to Martin about it, as well as his general thoughts about wargaming. Sculptures of James Wolfe and Marquis de Montcalm by Louis-Philippe Hébert in front of Parliament Building (Quebec) (images from Wikipedia) Since this is the final episode in the series, I wrap up by talking about the F&I War games I actually played, books, podcasts, and movies. Then it's time to move on to the subject for the next quarter, and planned three monthly episodes: the Korean War. -Mark Movies • Last of the Mohicans (1992) • Last of the Mohicans (1920) silent • Northwest Passage more about Robert's Rangers than the passage Books • George Washington: The Forge of Experience, 1732-1775, by James Thomas Flexner  • THE CHRONICLES OF CANADA: Volume II - The Rise of New France, edited by George M. Wrong, H. H. Langton • Montcalm and Wolfe by Francis Parkman • Mayflower by Nathaniel Philbrick Other • Iroquois History and Legends Podcast • Thread: Why did New France have so few settlers? • Thread: Montcalm's early successes Remember to follow along & chime in on my geeklist/discussion) for all of my French & Indian War explorations. If you're a wargamer on social media, follow me on Twitter (@WargamesToGo). Feedback is always welcome. And if you want to anticipate my next podcast series on the Korean War, check out its own geeklist.

1hr 25mins

31 Dec 2017

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