In my 70th review, I share my thoughts on the single-player game Quest: Awakening of Melior from Silent Se7en Games.
Today, Benny and guest (Derik Duley) take a look at Ravensburger’s Castles of Burgundy: The Dice Game.
After a bunch of Kickstarters, Steven returns with another installment of the Indie Jungle exploring partnerships.
In episode 69 I take a look at a game set called Monster Dice by Brian Edwards. Monster Dice comes with carved dice which look like monsters, and candy cards. Using these components, players can choose to play an array of games, including the two I show you in this video, Candy Grab and Sugar Rush.
In episode 68 I take a look at the trick-taking game Dia de los Muertos by Jolly Roger Games and UltraPRO. Beautiful art and interactive mechanics, a two thumbs up from me! The game comes with some awesome goodies also!
Finally! All teams are ready to go, your cargo hold is readily stocked, and your species is SO ready to hit the galaxy and start exploring. Your species has worked very hard to build back up to this point, and now you’re finally prepared to begin the journey into space and take your species’ long-awaited Stellar Leap.
Everything is better with bacon. And in today’s review, Fairway taste tests that theory in this burger-building, word game, Bacon, Letters and Tomatoes.
Benny ventures into the lactose-tolerant world of gaming with this review of Dairyman from Tasty Minstrel Games and Homosapiens Lab.
Fairway’s son, Owen, takes a look at one of his favorite dice-rolling games: Machi Koro. This review is written by a nine-year old with very minimal editing.
In episode 67, we push clans of peasants to become lords and demons in the 2-4 player game Four Towers: A Journey of Lords and Demons.