April 18, 2024

Mentioned in Dispatches Season 10 Ep 10 ~ Tabletop “AI” & Lock ‘n Load Publishing

14 April 2023 ~

It’s been forever since we had a chat with our guy David Heath of Lock ‘n Load Publishing but he’s here to talk about “tabletop AI” and solo assistants for tabletop wargames.  Think of this as a third piece of our solo gaming puzzle from this season, after talking solo wargames as a whole, plus digital AI, earlier in the Spring.

Don’t forget, you can always catch up with past episodes on the “podcast” tab of our site.

So what’s the difference between an “AI” and a “solo assistant”? We’ll make you listen to David’s explanation 🤠  We also discuss some of the new games they’ve got on the horizon, how a production screwup got you a giant box of goodies for a Kickstarter, support for Tabletop Simulator and other digital implementations, and why you never want to exit “early access” on Steam.  Let us know what you think!

Some of the other things we get to:


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