Fairway gets smart in today’s preview of the upcoming, Kickstarter campaign, Intelle. Find out if he takes control of this two-player hacking game or if he gets his system rebooted.
Today, Benny takes up the question of what game mechanisms work best for therapy.
There’s been a lot of “bidding” and “auction games lately. The general idea is that players use some form of currency to outbid your opponents to win a thing and score more points. In a departure from the more traditional bidding game, Fairway picks up Highest Bidder which introduces programmed actions into the bidding framework.
The silly cogtraption is broken again. And there’s only a few qualified cogineers capable of repairing it. In today’s review, Fairway takes on that role in this review of COGZ. See if he’s good enough to reCOGnize the broken cognections or if the machine will remain broken.
“Can you hear me now?” “Can you hear me now?” Today, Fairway picks up an abstract strategy game that the Verizon guy can love, Nodes. See if Fairway can find a signal in the middle of a wide open space or whether his opponent’s communication systems were better.