In episode 79, I check out a magical vending game currently on Kickstarter called Arcane Alley from Strange Space Games! Learn more about the game and the campaign by visiting https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/strangespacegames/arcane-alley?ref=TIGR Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Today Fairway looks at the second place finisher in The Game Crafter’s Solo Game Challenge: Curse of the Shadow Spire.
Saving the best for last, Fairway picks his winner for the The Game Crafter solo challenge: Big River Hustle.
Coming in third place in The Game Crafter’s solo challenge is a bright, light and fun card game: Robin Hood – Hero of the People.
Fairway looks at the other fifth-place finisher in the Solo Game Challenge from The Game Crafter: Septic Shock.
Today, Fairway takes a look at the first of two fifth place finishers in the The Game Crafter solo game challenge: Neotraditional AMA.
In the on-going series, Fairway reviews the sixth-place finisher in the Solo Game Challenge contest from The Game Crafter: ¡Lucha Lucha! – The Journey.
Fairway starts a series of posts as the judge of the Solo Game Challenge at The Game Crafter. In this post, he looks at the seventh-place finisher: The Ratcatcher.
In episode 77, I take a look at the socially combative 4-6 player game Duhr: The Lesser Houses from Devious Weasel Games! Can you use your House’s proficiencies to achieve your secret agenda? I could hehe. Learn more about Duhr: The Lesser Houses by visiting: http://deviousweasel.com/ https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/246508/dhr-lesser-houses Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Not so long ago, Fairway reviewed the game: Ambyria. He and his son have played it a bunch of times since and has made his son’s favorite game they’ve reviewed. Now he’s back with a review of the Starlight & Vengeance expansion.