What’s a little bootlegging between friends, am I right? Well, in today’s preview, Fairway learns there’s apparently a lot: goons, gats, and “good guys” to just name a few. Fairways takes the upcoming Kickstarter game, Moonshine Run, from A Madman or Two for a test drive.
Last September I was first invited to use Slack. The founding members of the Indie Game Report (TIGR) thought it would be a good idea to collect all of our official business and pending projects in a single area and they thought Slack would be the most ideal way to do it. Having never heard of Slack before then, I was a little hesitant. I am pretty young but I am sort of a dinosaur and new apps frighten me. I timidly joined the TIGR Slack channel and to be quite honest, it rocked my world.
There’s no shortage of digital editions of board games. Almost every popular board game has a mobile version readily available. After returning from a long Australian vacation, Fairway is taking a break from them.
Glory goes to the victor in battle, and now it is time for the glory to be yours. It is time to summon your army, wizards among your land, and dragons from their keeps, and SLAP your way to become the victor of Card Castle!
The Inquisitive Meeple takes a reviews Matt Leacock’s new co-op for kids, Mole Rats in Space and then chats with Matt about the game.
Another Meeple Speak article from Nat Levan (designer of New Bedford) this time on nanogame adaptions of existing games.
The only platform I have ever used to crowd-fund my projects. Up until recently, I had never used IndieGoGo or GoFundMe. Recently, I (along with many other creators) have been approached by IndieGoGo to run an InDemand Campaign for one of my previously funded Kickstarter Campaigns InDemand is set up so that creators can take an already funded project (on Kickstarter or IndieGoGo) and continue to collect pledges for as long as the creator wishes. I recently gave InDemand a test run for my game Gadgeteers (which funded in September 2016) and I wanted to discuss my experience with this feature.
Sea of Clouds from Iello and designed by Théo Rivière is an extremely clever game. I picked it up for the theme, being completely honest, I love the notion of sky pirates and grand adventures. Plus the art is stunning on the box and really fun on the cards.
If you’re in the business of making money, we’ve got some work for you. Fulfill contracts by loading train cars with appropriate materials and you just might get out of here with some profit!
Brace for Impact Launch date: March 31st, 2017 End date: April 30th, 2017 Goal: $2,500 Cost for a copy of the game: $13 US Shipping Included Designed by: Chris Rossetti Published by: Rampage Games LLC KS LInk: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/603343698/brace-for-impact?ref=discovery