In my 70th review, I share my thoughts on the single-player game Quest: Awakening of Melior from Silent Se7en Games.
Don’t panic. Benny’s back with another installment of Therapeutic Meeples. This time, it’s about panic attacks.
In episode 69 I take a look at a game set called Monster Dice by Brian Edwards. Monster Dice comes with carved dice which look like monsters, and candy cards. Using these components, players can choose to play an array of games, including the two I show you in this video, Candy Grab and Sugar Rush.
I’ve had a chance to play Ancient Artifacts in several iterations. In its present (and near final state), Ancient Artifacts is a roll and write game about searching for hidden treasure by accessing abilities through dice placement and push your luck rolling.
In episode 61, we head to the roaring 20’s and 30’s to sneak past the police and gather up moonshine in the press your luck game Moonshine Run from Games by a Madman or Two! For more information about Moonshine Run, visit: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/171412/moonshine-run The Kickstarter launches June 6th 2017, you can check it out here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/amadmanortwo/959440386?token=d71ef95d Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Sea of Clouds from Iello and designed by Théo Rivière is an extremely clever game. I picked it up for the theme, being completely honest, I love the notion of sky pirates and grand adventures. Plus the art is stunning on the box and really fun on the cards.
In the second digging-themed game of the week, Fairway plumbs the depths of DIG A two- to four-player card game about unearthing gems and gold and avoiding the baddies. Find out if Fairway hits a rich vein of gaming goodness or if this game caves in. Dig is on Kickstarter until April 16, 2017.
Cassie checks out the recently released to FLGS game Dice of Crowns! Roll your way to claiming the crown, and winning the game. Just don’t get stabbed.
TIGR has got a growing archive of bear-themed games. And that’s fantastic. Today, Fairway previews a current Kickstarter game: Bearly Working. Find out whether he’s the greatest job creator in all of Bear history or if he’s just bearly bearable.
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.