Today, Fairway is a budding zoo entrepreneur trying to complete the most amazing zoo. That’s right! Step right up and see how Fairway does in this review of Zoomaka.
Fairway’s been away. In space. Apparently for a few months. He returns from space with this Kickstarter preview of Moonshot, a dice-rolling, space-race game that’s coming to Kickstarter on April 24th.
Today, Fairway takes a look at the currently-on Kickstarter game from Wattsalpoag Games: Echidna Shuffle. See if this adorably cute game dances into Fairway’s heart.
Everything is better with bacon. And in today’s review, Fairway taste tests that theory in this burger-building, word game, Bacon, Letters and Tomatoes.
Not so long ago, Fairway did a preview of Go Nuts for Donuts! Today, he’s back with a brief review of the final, Kickstarted version of the game.
Well, for a game for kids, I’m kind of glad Fairway didn’t make any jokes about 50 Shades of Grey. Shoot! In any case, today, he picks up a Kickstarter delivery, In a Bind Junior, a dexterity game by Behrooz Shahriari.
Aliens know that the best thing in the universe is ice cream. Players have been saving the world from them for years now on their mobile devices. But Fairway was asked to save the universe, yet again, in today’s preview of the cooperative card game: Robots ❤️ Ice Cream.
Everyone knows elves love baking cookies even if OSHA might object to their unsafe working conditions–who puts hot ovens inside trees? But did you know that gnomes are willing to work really hard to steal them? Fairway found out the hard way that gnomes will stop at nothing to prevent other gnomes from making off with their precious cookie when he reviewed Steal the Cookie by Bradley Gaurano. Steal the Cookie is coming to Kickstarter, soon.
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.
Fairway loved Frogger growing up. There’s something lovable about the idea of a frog trying to cross a road only to drown (?) in a river. Today, Fairway picks up what feels like the board game equivalent of Frogger, Highway to Shell, by Concrete Canoe Games.