In a busy travel week like Thanksgiving, Fairway picks up yet another game involving terrible modes of transportation (read his review of Eriath: The Worst Ship in the Universe). Today, he hops aboard the highly flammable Aerclanken ship of Dirigible Disaster.
In a world of competing corporations, Fairway would be the best boss. Or, at least, that’s what Brass Empire has taught him. Fairway picks up this Kickstarted, steampunk, deck-building game from Mike Gnade. See if it was able to turn cards into Brass.
In his TIGR premier, Indie Cardboard, Jason, previews the new dice and word game by Steve Finn: C.O.G. The Kickstarter is live until November 9th.
The silly cogtraption is broken again. And there’s only a few qualified cogineers capable of repairing it. In today’s review, Fairway takes on that role in this review of COGZ. See if he’s good enough to reCOGnize the broken cognections or if the machine will remain broken.
Fairway’s a lawyer, not a mechanical engineer. But this week, he takes on the machine-building, worker-placement game, Steam Works, by Tasty Minstrel Games and manages not to make any machines explode.