The Inquisitive Meeple reviews Burger Up.
Interview with Cardboard Fortress duo, Anthony Amato and Nicole Kline, on their latest game Lazer Ryderz. Prepare yourself for a blast of 80s nostalgia!
Can you get any smaller than a small, purple meeple? We found out when The Inquisitive Meeple looks at four different games that are geared towards toddlers in this Toddler Edition of Meeple-Sized Reviews.
Interview with designer Matthew Parkes, on his game, Burger Up. For 2-4 players, in “Burger Up is a card matching puzzle game about the art of burger making. Fill orders, earn prestige and be the best burger chef around!”
The Inquisitive Meeple investigates Kid’s Table BG’s Problem Picnic. A set collecting, dice dexterity game, designed by Scott Almes that is for for 2-4 players.
Interview with designer Ryan Cowler (JurassAttack & SuperPLEX) on his newest game to hit Kickstarter from Green Couch Games, OutLawed!. In OutLawed! (which is a bluffing 2-4 player card game), players are bounty hunters trying to catch the most bandits.
Interview with Canadian designer Daryl Andrews, on his co-designed game Sagrada. For 2-4 players, Sagrada is a dice drafting game, where players are building stained glass windows of the famous Sagrada Família church is Barcelona. Sagrada is on Kickstarter right now and is already funded.
Card game designer, Behrooz Shahriari talks a little bit about designing a game system (in his case Wibbell++).
Guest article by Mike Mullins on designing solo games.
Guest writer, Chip Beauvias explains why you should still design “unpublishable” games.