Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 62

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Welcome to Episode 62 of the Meeples & Miniatures Podcast.

In this show, I talk with Rich Jones about the new rules from Ganesha Games – Flying Lead – which he co-authored.

We talk about how the mechanics of this ruleset work, some of the design processes involved, and what’s in the works for the future.

6 Comments on Meeples & Miniatures – Episode 62

  1. Good one Rich. King for a day! 🙂

  2. Pretender Rich // March 5, 2010 at 17:34 // Reply

    Mmmmmmm maybe, maybe not!

  3. It was interesting to hear about the design process for the rules. I’ve now gone and picked up Flying Lead and Song of Blades and Heroes.

    With the pricing on rules there is nothing wrong with having these low priced pdf releases as well as higher priced games out there. The worry with £30 rulesets though is if you buy them then find out you don’t like them its a much bigger sacrifice than a fiver for FL.

  4. Pretender Rich // March 9, 2010 at 00:42 // Reply

    Don’t hesitate to ask any questions

  5. An interesting insight into rules design. Mostly, I just wanted to say that after about a month straight of M&M 2+ hours per day, I’m caught up and will shortly be entering withdrawal as I will have wait for the next podcast rather than clicking next on the MP3 player.

    Great Work Neil, Henry, Rich and the rest!

    • Hi Pat

      All I can say is that you are a glutton for punishment! Well done (and very impressive) on catching up! I’m looking to record several new shows in the next couple of weeks, so new audio content should be appearing over Easter


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