In episode 61, we find ourselves coincidentally breaking into the same museum on the same night as all the other thieves in town! Who gets what treasure? Time to play Collectors and Capers to find out. For more information about Collectors and Capers, visit: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/196240/collectors-and-capers Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Now listen here, buck-o. There ain’t enough gold in this here town for the two of us…No, really! In Claim: The Search for the Gold Nugget, players attempt to be the one with the Gold Nugget card in either their hand or Secret Stash, thus winning the game.
This week, Dan chats with Kickstarter creator, James Hudson, of Druid City Games. They discuss James’ successfully Kickstarted game, Barnyard Round Up, and the challenges facing family-friendly games on the platform.
In episode 43, we get a little shady in a 2-4 player game called Dodgy Dealers. Players will attempt to be the first to collect four genuine paintings made by their contracted artist.
Interview with designer Ryan Cowler (JurassAttack & SuperPLEX) on his newest game to hit Kickstarter from Green Couch Games, OutLawed!. In OutLawed! (which is a bluffing 2-4 player card game), players are bounty hunters trying to catch the most bandits.
In episode 36, we look at a super adorable game called Cake Duel, in which players are commanders of Sheepie battalions, attempting to bluff their way to taking all of their opponent’s cakes. The first player to three victory points is the winner of Cake Duel!
In episode 34, I check out the really fun social deduction game Get Adler! It’s the 1930’s London and secret Intelligence documents have gone missing, and so has Agent Adler. Figure out who Agent Adler is and stop him from escaping with the documents in this fun 4-6 player game.
Fairway puts on his work gloves and safety goggles in this Kickstarter preview of Gadgeteers. Gadgeeters is a two- to three-player, bidding and bluffing by Letiman Games. Gadgeteers hits Kickstarter August 16th. Edit: It’s now live. Check it out! There’s also a bonus video review by Cassie at the end.
Put your chickens in the coop, herd your sheep, and round up your cattle. Fairway previews Druid City Games’s Barnyard Roundup, a no-frills, bluffing game for families and gamers. Barnyard Round is headed for Kickstarter on July 15th, 2016. See whether city-slicker Fairway can bluff his way onto the farm.