Fairway starts a series of posts as the judge of the Solo Game Challenge at The Game Crafter. In this post, he looks at the seventh-place finisher: The Ratcatcher.
In episode 77, I take a look at the socially combative 4-6 player game Duhr: The Lesser Houses from Devious Weasel Games! Can you use your House’s proficiencies to achieve your secret agenda? I could hehe. Learn more about Duhr: The Lesser Houses by visiting: http://deviousweasel.com/ https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/246508/dhr-lesser-houses Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Not so long ago, Fairway reviewed the game: Ambyria. He and his son have played it a bunch of times since and has made his son’s favorite game they’ve reviewed. Now he’s back with a review of the Starlight & Vengeance expansion.
Today, Fairway is a budding zoo entrepreneur trying to complete the most amazing zoo. That’s right! Step right up and see how Fairway does in this review of Zoomaka.
In episode 76 I take a look at Pumpkin Patch: Bad Seeds, a 15-20 minute card game for 2-3 players, from Brouhaha Games. Just the right amount of hand management for this size of a game, plus spooky art! Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Turn back the clocks. Grab your life preserver and a fancy drink. Fairway tries to build the most luxurious, capable ship and sail it from England to New York before his opponent in today’s preview of Blue Riband.
In episode 75 I check out a new Kickstarter game called Circuit Breaker from Freshwater Game Company! Circuit Breaker is a 1-3 player game in which players connect groovy appliances to their electric panels to earn points for the end of the game. How happenin’ can you make your pad? To learn more about Circuit Breaker, visit: https://www.freshwatergameco.com Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Fairway has said before he’d never buy a legacy game, but will happily play someone else’s. Well, this past Christmas, he got Charterstone for a gift and this marks his first review of a legacy game. Find out if the “journey” was worth it. If you don’t like spoilers, then don’t read this review.
The Inquisitive Meeple chats with designer Charlie Price about his WizKids’s dexterity game, Kung-Fu Zoo, and then reviews the game.
In episode 72, I share my thoughts regarding this gorgeous card game, Go Eco. A 2-3 player game (or up to 6 with a second deck of cards), players race to be the first to earn the predetermined amount of game-winning points by collecting cards into their hands which make up ecosystems. A little bit set-collecting, a little bit take-that, and whole bunch of nature. Learn more about Go Eco on the Kickstarter page here! Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs