The best part about game design is feedback: that people play the things you create and enjoyed them. Because of the magic of the internet, some of these people post accounts about play sessions or recorded actual play.
Here are a few posts about feedback on my playset for Fiasco, “Transatlantic”.
*Transatlantic Terror, via Story Games:
Played a great game of Fiasco a week or so ago using the Transatlantic playset. I had never used this playset before. There are so many playsets that usually when I play one my reaction is “That was great – I hope to do it again someday after I’ve gotten through the many, many others on my to-play list.” With Transatlantic, though, my reaction was “That was SUPER great – I’d gladly do that one again anytime!”
*Geekily Inc has a weekly podcast called Drunks and Dragons. Over two sessions in September of 2013, Tim Lanning, Mike Bachmann, Jennifer Cheek, Michael DiMauro and Sarah Tompkins (Extra credit to Sarah for the introduction voiceover) sat down for a most terrible voyage…
Drunks and Dragons Random Encounters: Fiasco “Transatlantic” part 1
Drunks and Dragons Random Encounters: Fiasco “Transatlantic” part 2
One of their comments says, “This is the darkest Willie Wonka episode that I have ever heard.”
*Also, Thursday Knights, from earlier in 2013, played a session of “Transatlantic” and broadcast it here:
… love the mangled voice over and labored vocabulary, apologies for that. sounds like you guys had a great time.
As a side comment, many thanks to Jason Morningstar for Fiasco and for Steve Segedy for his stewardship of Bully Pulpit Games.
Fiasco playset of the month “Transatlantic” available as a free download from Bully Pulpit here.