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.
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.
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.
Today, Benny takes up the question of what game mechanisms work best for therapy.
In episode 63, our dreams AWAKEN!! Kinda. Welcome to Project Dreamscape, a 2-4 player, set-collecting game about creating chains of like dreams. The longer the chain, the more points it’s worth. Can you dream your way to victory?
It’s automatic…It’s systematic…It’s hydromatic…It’s Street Rod by Gaudete Games! Travel back to the summer of ’63 in this card game about souping up your car, racing opponents’ (either virtual or other players), and finally beating the King to become the best racer on the streets. Do all of this and you might impress and win the heart of your crush, Becky Sue!
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.
If you’re in the business of making money, we’ve got some work for you. Fulfill contracts by loading train cars with appropriate materials and you just might get out of here with some profit!
In this Q&Play, The Inquisitive Meeple combines (and remixes) his previous (p)review of Rocky Road a la Mode and interview with designer Joshua Mills into a single article giving you a double scoop of Rocky Road.
The Inquisitive Meeple reviews and then talks with designer, Stephen Finn, about Herbaceous.