Switching things up today, Fairway’s son (age 9) laments that his dad hasn’t reviewed Mayday Games’ Isle of Monsters. So, he takes things into his own hands and writes the following review of this Kickstarter delivery. Presented with very limited editing [ed. how is that different than any other post?].
Hi-ya! For whatever reason, Fairway realized has a real dearth of martial arts games in his collection. That’s why his interest was really piqued when he saw San Ni Ichi. Today, he finds out whether he’s got what it takes to be a ninja master in today’s review.
I’ve just gotten back from my first Origins and it has definitely been my favorite convention that I’ve ever been to. Let’s get into why!
Fairway recently started a new job. So what better way to celebrate that by taking a look at a game about shirking work! Today, Fairway picks up Work Days by Graviti Entertainment and available from The Game Crafter.
Wanting to relive his more athletic days, Fairway takes a look at Flag Dash, a team v. team board game implementation of the classic, outdoor game capture the flag. See if the game captures Fairway’s heart.
In episode 65, we travel to Oaxaca City and play the part of a crafter, trying to sell handicrafts in the marketplace in the game Oaxaca: Crafts of a Culture.
Back when Fairway was younger and Survivor was “new,” he wondered how long he’d last out in the wild. Well, lucky for him, he can now find out. Today, Fairway takes a look at Stranded!, a survival, card game. See if he can outwit/outlast everyone else.
Contributor, Benny Sperling, takes a look at Tasty Minstrel Games’ recent Kickstarter delivery: Yokohama.
Fairway boldly goes where a whole bunch of other people have already gone. However, since AEG recently released a mass produced version of The Captain is Dead, Fairway thought he’d take the time and review The Captain is Dead: TOPOD version. That is “The Original Print on Demand” version he picked up from The Game Crafter.
Most gamers can attest to the fact that there is something just not fun about tic-tac-toe. You almost always stalemate, or methodically win. Pocket Ops from Grand Gamers Guild fixes all that nonsense and turns tic-tac-toe into a game you actually want to play repeatedly.