Here it is, the beginning of September and Fairway’s trying to beat the major retailers in getting that holiday stuff out there. He’s got a list of eleven games that would make excellent gifts for families, kids and gamers alike.
In this edition of Q&Play, Ryan looks at Circle the Wagons. A 2-player map-building game that fits in your back pocket.
In episode 60 we visit the West and work our way around a circle, drafting cards to build our own boomtown. Can you earn the most Prosperity Points to make your town the best here boomtown this West has seen?
We’re starting to think about a category of reviews that involves games about food. Okay, not really, but they’re starting to make up a good percentage of the games Fairway gravitates toward. In today’s review, Fairway picks up the flavorful game, Herbaceous, a recent Kickstarter delivery from Eduardo Baraf.
Fairway gets a lot of games and he’s played a lot more. This very special list of games are the three Kickstartered games of 2016 that have left more than just a fleeting impression.
Fairway had a tough weekend for a convention, but managed to get in a few games: Lanterns, Valeria Card Kingdoms, The Guardians: EXPLORE, and Potion Explosion. Check out these mini-reviews!
Turn back the clocks. No, it’s not Fall yet. But Fairway takes Foxtrot Games and Renegade Games Studio’s World’s Fair 1893 for a ride. Don’t worry readers of The Devil in the White City, this is not a survival or player elimination game. Instead, gather your supporters, collect your Midway Tickets, approve attractions, and earn points in this well-tuned, area of control game. Check out whether Fairway has fun, or gets sick, riding the 80m high Ferris Wheel in this review of a recent Kickstarter delivery.