This time Robert Couch is my guest. Rob is the designer of Saloon Tycoon from VanRyder Games and a co-host on one of my favorite gaming podcasts, Building The Game. Rob’s new game, Epic Monster Tea Party is coming from Playco and is on Kickstarter right now.
Fairway sits down with publisher and designer, Kirk Dennison, about his current Kickstarter: Gearworks. The Gearworks campaign has a little more than week left.
In episode 25 of the TIGR podcast, Chris talks to game designers about how to create and design expansions for their successful games and the challenges in doing so.
Today, Carla chats with Chris Faulkenberry and Jon Moffat of Stone Circle Games and discusses the current Battle for Biternia Kickstarter campaign.
Tom chats with TIGR’s very own, Dan Letzring, about his recently, Kicstarted game, Groves.
Today, Fairway takes a look at the currently-on Kickstarter game from Wattsalpoag Games: Echidna Shuffle. See if this adorably cute game dances into Fairway’s heart.
Today, Benny and guest (Derik Duley) take a look at Ravensburger’s Castles of Burgundy: The Dice Game.
Today, Fairway takes a look at Letiman Games’ newest Kickstarter and expansion to the hit game, Dino Dude Ranch: Hatchlings.
Tom: Jason Kotarski of Green Couch Games is my guest this time on Go Forth And Game. It’s a fun interview. I hope you enjoy it. Hi Jason. It’s great to have you back as my guest on Go Forth And Game. First off, introduce yourself in case someone just got back from Jupiter. What’s your gamer cred? Jason: Ha! Gamer cred. That sounds way less tough than street cred. But I’ll try. I am the owner of Green Couch Games. We have a line of small box games that are created with the goal of bridging the gap between casual/family gamers looking for an experience to share with their people and more serious gamers who are looking for meaningful games to play with their families and the more casual gamers in their lives. Let’s talk about your games. You’re a designer as well as a publisher. How about list out your…
Fairway definitely has a thing for art games. Today, he previews the current Kickstarter, art-themed card game: Pigment.