“Call me, Fairway.” That’s a paraphrase of the famous first line from Moby Dick. It’s apropos since, in today’s preview, Fairway plays as Captain Ahab (Ishmael) against his white whales in a hunt to the death in Leviathan, a two-player, microgame currently on Kickstarter.
Avast, ye spuds! Into the deep fryer with all, ya. Today, Fairway takes a look at Potato Pirates, a card game currently on Kickstarter that intends to introduce the basics of programming to its players. Find out whether this carb-loaded game is crispy or undercooked.
By Odin! Fairway takes a sea voyage in search of wealth, weapons and goats in today’s Kickstarter preview of Drakkar: The Card Game. See if you can build, steal and fight his way to victory in this frantic card game for three to five players.
It’s been a little more than a week since the season finale of Game of Thrones. And while he’d probably love to give you his predictions for next season, Fairway picks up a recent Kickstarter game with as much political intrigue and backstabbing as any episode so far. Today, he looks at Reign by Garage Gamer.
Dueling samurai. Who doesn’t like dueling samurai? What if it’s a six-samurai, free-for-all battle? Today, Fairway previews the upcoming Kickstarter game: Showdown! A game based on an original Western-themed game, Shootout! He does a bonus review of that one too.
Superbeings Jumbo Card Game brings players into battle with humongous cards and entertaining characters as each player attacks one another, attempting to win by knocking out each other’s Superbeings.
Yar, matey! Fairway’s back with a preview of another interesting pirate-themed card game: Plunder! by designer Wouter Buckens. The game is coming to Kickstarter soon.
In episode 66 we draft letters in hopes of spelling the most valuable word each round in the 2-4 player game, Movable Type, by Robin David. For more information about Movable Type, visit: Robin-David.com BoardGameGeek.com
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.
One o’clock, two o’clock… twelve o’clock! Here we come! I hope everyone’s played ghosts in the graveyard, at least once. Because, today, Fairway looks at the upcoming Kickstarter, Spookre, a ghostly take on a traditional trick-taking game.