The Inquisitive Meeple takes a look at the children’s game, Tiny Park by HABA Games.
The Inquisitive Meeple interviews Scot Eaton, co-designer of Codenames Duet. For 2-players “Codenames Duet keeps the basic elements of Codenames — give one-word clues to try to get someone to identify your agents among those on the table — but now you’re working together as a team to find all of your agents.”
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.
In this edition of Q&Play, Ryan looks at Circle the Wagons. A 2-player map-building game that fits in your back pocket.
It’s tax season and in this edition of Meeple Speak, Kirk Dennison of PieceKeeper Games tackles dealing with taxes on his first published Kickstarter game, Flag Dash.
Designer Benny Sperling talks becoming a thematic mechanic.
Find out why The Inquisitive Meeple says that Ladder 29 should be in every gamers collection, and then check out an interview with both designers to learn the story behind the game.
In this Q&Play, The Inquisitive Meeple combines (and remixes) his previous (p)review of Rocky Road a la Mode and interview with designer Joshua Mills into a single article giving you a double scoop of Rocky Road.
The Inquisitive Meeple reviews and then talks with designer, Stephen Finn, about Herbaceous.