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.
In episode 72, I share my thoughts regarding this gorgeous card game, Go Eco. A 2-3 player game (or up to 6 with a second deck of cards), players race to be the first to earn the predetermined amount of game-winning points by collecting cards into their hands which make up ecosystems. A little bit set-collecting, a little bit take-that, and whole bunch of nature. Learn more about Go Eco on the Kickstarter page here! Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
In episode 73, I check out a 2-4 player card game called Zombie Road, in which players are running away from zombies, trying to accumulate the miles they need to reach the zombie-free oasis. To learn more about Zombie Road, visit www.zombieroadgame.com Music Intro and outro: Rainbow Street by Scott Holmes Playthrough: Toys by Steve Combs
Avast, ye spuds! Into the deep fryer with all, ya. Today, Fairway takes a look at Potato Pirates, a card game currently on Kickstarter that intends to introduce the basics of programming to its players. Find out whether this carb-loaded game is crispy or undercooked.
Fairway takes a trip to the wild-side of the frigid Northern civilization. Fairway reviews the relatively recent Kickstarter delivery, Vikings Gone Wild, by Lucky Duck Games.
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.
Yar, matey! Fairway’s back with a preview of another interesting pirate-themed card game: Plunder! by designer Wouter Buckens. The game is coming to Kickstarter soon.
Hi-ya! For whatever reason, Fairway realized has a real dearth of martial arts games in his collection. That’s why his interest was really piqued when he saw San Ni Ichi. Today, he finds out whether he’s got what it takes to be a ninja master in today’s review.
Behind every great robot take over of humanity is an evil scientist. And, today, that’s no different. Fairway prepares for the inevitable robot takeover by pretending to be the evil scientist in today’s review of Robot Rise!
Unfortunately for some of us, we have to deal with annoyances daily because we have TERRIBLE NEIGHBORS who just won’t stop ding dong ditching. Well, today is your day. You finally know exactly what makes your neighbor rage. You are ready to annoy your neighbor out of the street and conquer the cul-de-sac!