Last night saw Jonathan and I patrol once more the Streets of Commonville.
It was going to be a weird play session, there had been some “requests” made to Jonathan from some of the small but elite folks that had viewed the previous play through.
Once more we were filming the play through, but we had a wishlist of things to cover.
The first twenty minutes or so of filming was spent explaining various elements of the game. We then started a two player game.
I thought for the sake of this recording we would be taking a couple of turns and then “fast forwarding” the game state to show various in game situations.
However we were opening the board up fairly fast. A lot faster than our other two player game together.
I was soon able to level up to Captain, giving me five dice and an intuition (alter a dice to a value I need), plus my starting donut. It wasn't long before we were also able to get Jonathan up to the same rank, with similar additional powers.
But the clock was ticking. We hadn't revealed all the evidence, but we had done enough to get down to one suspect (shockingly not Dr Kinky this time), give that suspect a weapon and a set of handcuffs.
With the clock dangerously low, we had one turn to get myself to join Jonathan (who arrived the previous turn) and the suspect and defeat the suspect.
I needed three dice to get me to the suspects tile. Then we needed to score between us forty five points with our remaining dice. We totalled up our points, we had forty four points. Short by one! One lousy point!
The game had beat us. But that was the closest game we'd played. Amazingly close. Great fun.
So some editing for me, then the “directors commentary” to record and then edit back into the video, before putting up for viewing. How I ended up doing more work I don't know. All I know at the moment with the size font that will be needed in the rules book for my name in the thanks, the page will have to be a gatefold!