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
Chinese Card Swap is a light game in which players are trying to collect four cards of the same color. Collect all four, and you win! However you must swap your way to collecting all four before your opponents. Memory is the name of the game (well actually it’s not but you get it). Can you keep track of the colors you need?
For a crazy cat lady like myself, traveling equals missing my fur babies. But if I could travel to a town full of cats? I think a paradise like that could…ease my loneliness. Come with me as we visit such a place in the game Cat Town by Jog Kung, Meofrom Twoplus Games.
Fairway knows all too well how much dragons love their treasure. He’s reviewed at least one game for TIGR where that was the case. Today, he ventures into the lair of a sleeping dragon to see if he can walk out with the most treasure in this review of Hoard by Cheeky Parrot Games.
Resistance is futile. Resistor_ (don’t forget the underscore) is a quick, two-player romp through a 1980’s cyberwar. Players are one of two competing computer systems. Each system tries to annihilate the other by sending colored signals along the game’s ever-changing wired connections. Fairway reviews this Kickstarter-funded game.