Avast, ye spuds! Into the deep fryer with all, ya. Today, Fairway takes a look at Potato Pirates, a card game currently on Kickstarter that intends to introduce the basics of programming to its players. Find out whether this carb-loaded game is crispy or undercooked.
In episode 67, we push clans of peasants to become lords and demons in the 2-4 player game Four Towers: A Journey of Lords and Demons.
By Odin! Fairway takes a sea voyage in search of wealth, weapons and goats in today’s Kickstarter preview of Drakkar: The Card Game. See if you can build, steal and fight his way to victory in this frantic card game for three to five players.
Dueling samurai. Who doesn’t like dueling samurai? What if it’s a six-samurai, free-for-all battle? Today, Fairway previews the upcoming Kickstarter game: Showdown! A game based on an original Western-themed game, Shootout! He does a bonus review of that one too.
Today, Fairway chats with Wouter Buckens, designer of Plunder!, about his game, Belgium and Kickstarter. Plunder! is currently live on Kickstarter.
Board Game Geek (BGG) is a fantastic site but most creators that use it have a love/hate relationship with it. The site has a lot of users, is a fantastic resource for all things tabletop, and is a great way to spread word of your crowdfunding campaign. However, although useful, the site is archaic and can be troublesome to navigate, especially for newer users.
Benny interviews up and coming game designer, Derik Duley. They discuss his roll & write game, Ancient Artifacts, and his plans for the future.
Today, Carla chats with a game designer and publisher, Craig Froehle, and discuss the current ROBOT RISE! Kickstarter campaign.
I’ve had a chance to play Ancient Artifacts in several iterations. In its present (and near final state), Ancient Artifacts is a roll and write game about searching for hidden treasure by accessing abilities through dice placement and push your luck rolling.
In today’s post, Dan goes big data. He analyzes board game projects over the last 18 months to test the common wisdom of how most project funds.