San Ni Ichi: Review

Hi-ya! For whatever reason, Fairway realized has a real dearth of martial arts games in his collection. That’s why his interest was really piqued when he saw San Ni Ichi. Today, he finds out whether he’s got what it takes to be a ninja master in today’s review. 

The Captain is Dead: Review

Fairway boldly goes where a whole bunch of other people have already gone. However, since AEG recently released a mass produced version of The Captain is Dead, Fairway thought he’d take the time and review The Captain is Dead: TOPOD version.  That is “The Original Print on Demand” version he picked up from The Game Crafter.

Herbaceous: Review

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.

Monsters in the Elevator: Preview

Think it’s terrible when a person is standing backwards in an elevator? Or if one of your elevator-riding companions has a bad case of body odor? Things don’t get any better when you’re loading up an elevator car full of monsters. Today, Fairway takes a look at the upcoming, cooperative card game for kids, Monsters in the Elevator.

Wombat Rescue: Review

There’s a long list of game themes out there, but this one’s pretty unique: poop cubes. Fairway delves deep into the world of wombats and wombat excrement in today’s review of Wombat Rescue.

Avignon: Pilgrimage: Preview

Fairway’s been anxiously awaiting this moment: the release of Button Shy’s standalone expansion to his favorite wallet game ever: Avignon: Pilgrimage.  Join Fairway as he pushes and pulls his way to great religious victory in this preview of Button Shy’s upcoming Kickstarter.

City of Zombies: Review

If Plants v. Zombies was a math game, Fairway’s pretty sure that his kids would be doing college-level differential equations. But alas, it’s not. Enter City of Zombies: The Board Game.  Marching zombie hoards are threatening your zombie-fighting, kid heroes. Their only weapon: math.  Find out if Fairway solved this one.