Today, Carla chats with Sean of Thing 12 Games and discusses the current Dice of Pirates Kickstarter campaign.
Today, Dan interviews TIGR’s own, Carla Kopp, about her upcoming Kickstarter campaign: Stellar Leap.
Today, Carla chats with Randy Hoyt of Foxtrot Games and discusses the current Spy Club Kickstarter campaign.
Fairway’s son, Owen, takes a look at one of his favorite dice-rolling games: Machi Koro. This review is written by a nine-year old with very minimal editing.
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.
Benny scours the DSM and brings us another installment of Therapeutic Meeples. What is the Imposter Syndrome? And what does it have to do with Camel Up Cards? Both fair questions.
Dusty’s back with a new Rulebook Cookbook post about one of the most important parts of any rules: the setup.
Here it is, the beginning of September and Fairway’s trying to beat the major retailers in getting that holiday stuff out there. He’s got a list of eleven games that would make excellent gifts for families, kids and gamers alike.
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.
Fairway takes a trip to the wild-side of the frigid Northern civilization. Fairway reviews the relatively recent Kickstarter delivery, Vikings Gone Wild, by Lucky Duck Games.