Launch date: December 4, 2018 End date: Monday, January 7, 2019 at 12 PM MST Goal: $25,000 USD Cost for a copy of the game: $50 USD for Retail Edition, $59 USD for Deluxe Edition, $250 for Wooden Tea Master Edition Designed by: Dan & Connie Kazmaier Published by: Dan & Connie Kazmaier Campaign Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/strider88/chaian-immersive-tea-board-game 1. Why don’t you start us off by giving us a brief overview of Chai In Chai, you step into the shoes of a tea merchant, combining flavors to make a perfect blend. Specializing in either rooibos, green, oolong, black or white tea, you can buy and collect ingredients to fulfil your customers’ orders. There’s a lot of set collection, and trying to be strategic as you complete orders and money for victory points. There are three main actions you may choose from in a turn: a sliding tile market, a pantry for add-ins,…
In this episode, Ryan and I continue our discussion of great games you can purchase for around $20. These games would make fantastic gifts for family or friends.
In this episode, Ryan and I talk about a bunch of games you can purchase for $20 and less. With the holidays upon us, any of these games would make fantastic presents for friends, co-workers, and family. They are excellent stocking stuffers or party gifts. You’ll find a list of the games we discussed below. UNLESS STATED THESE ARE AMAZON PRICES WITH PRIME OR ADD ON SHIPPING OVER 40 Games here Misc. Board Games Rocky Road A la mode $16 NMBR 9 around $17 Bubblee Pop around $13 Great Heartland Hauling Co is $12 on amazon TICKET TO RIDE NY – TARGET $20 Games to introduce to adults Ladder 29 ($18 on amazon) Diamonds ($18 on amazon) Medici the Card game (around $18) Arboretum Card game $20 Flip City around $14 Red7 Card game $13 Codenames around $15 Lost Cities ( $14 amazon) The Game $13 TARGET Wordsy $20 amazon…
In this Most Dangerous Games episode I talk to Jennifer Graham-Macht of KeyMaster Games about their game, Campy Creatures. This is a ghoulish trick taking game of deception and bluffing about mad scientists and their creatures capturing citizens for nefarious purposes. The game is getting a second edition and an expansion so wanted to get the lowdown on these and about KeyMaster Games. Here’s the link to the Kickstarter page. As always thank you for listening! A Proud Member of The Indie Game Report Network Subscribe to Go Forth & Game Apple iTunes: Go Forth & Game Libsyn: Go Forth & Game Podfanatic
This is part 2 of my conversation with game designer Julio Nazario. Please feel free to leave a comment. We would love to hear from you. http://traffic.libsyn.com/goforthandgame/Julio_second_part_final.mp3 Subscribe to Go Forth & Game Apple iTunes: Go Forth & Game Libsyn: Go Forth & Game Podfanatic
In this, part 1 of a two part interview, I’m talking with Iron Design Challenge winner AND just announced HABA contest winner Julio Nazario. Julio and I talk about how he got into gaming and game design. We also discuss the Asheville chapter of the Game Designers of North Carolina. Julio is a very humble guy and a brilliant game designer. As you will see. It is a fun show and I know you will enjoy it. http://traffic.libsyn.com/goforthandgame/Julio_part_1_final.mp3
Welcome to a quick thumb-through of Bacon, Letters, and Tomatoes by Pacdude Games! Learn more about this game and get a copy for yourself by visiting The Game Crafter! Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe! Want Cassie to take a look at your game? Visit her website! www.CassieElle.com www.TheIndieGameReport.com Facebook.com/ElleCassie @FriedmanCassie Music Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes
Welcome to a quick thumb-through of Burger Dice by Matthew Gravelyn! Learn more about this game and get a copy for yourself by visiting The Game Crafter! Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe! Want Cassie to take a look at your game? Visit her website! www.CassieElle.com www.TheIndieGameReport.com Facebook.com/ElleCassie @FriedmanCassie Music Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes
Hello everyone, I am back! So I am so sorry but it has been almost a year since my last blog post. I am so sorry about that! Between being extremely busy and not being sure exactly what to write about, I definitely dropped the ball on this blog. If you have been following along, this past May I launched a campaign for our latest game called The Neverland Rescue. The game was designed by well-known superstar designer Scott Almes and it was beautifully illustrated by the extremely talented Jacqui Davis. These factors combined with the interesting gameplay and overall aesthetic, I would have thought it nearly impossible that this game would struggle to hit our modest goal of $10,300. However, I will be honest in that the campaign performed way below where we would have expected. There are a lot of reasons that I believe led to the struggle,…
Ok, I’m opening up a big ole can of worms with this one. Is one play enough for a good review? Should a reviewer play a game more than once to do a review? Is a one play review really just an impression or is it adequate for a good review? What about previews? Every Kickstarter has to have at least three or four to be taken seriously. So are they legit ‘reviews’ since the game and components could change in production?