Fairway definitely has a thing for art games. Today, he previews the current Kickstarter, art-themed card game: Pigment.
Today, Carla chats with David of Fisher Heaton Games and discusses the current Intelle Kickstarter campaign.
“Call me, Fairway.” That’s a paraphrase of the famous first line from Moby Dick. It’s apropos since, in today’s preview, Fairway plays as Captain Ahab (Ishmael) against his white whales in a hunt to the death in Leviathan, a two-player, microgame currently on Kickstarter.
Most gamers can attest to the fact that there is something just not fun about tic-tac-toe. You almost always stalemate, or methodically win. Pocket Ops from Grand Gamers Guild fixes all that nonsense and turns tic-tac-toe into a game you actually want to play repeatedly.
In episode 54 we look into a great two player game called Bridges to Nowhere from Doomsday Robots Game Co. Can you create the most impressive bridge? I’ve learned that I DEFINITELY cannot. But that doesn’t mean I won’t wanna play this game over and over!
In episode 53, we take a look at a great two player game that is available for FREE on Board Game Geek called Chicken Roundup!
“Can you hear me now?” “Can you hear me now?” Today, Fairway picks up an abstract strategy game that the Verizon guy can love, Nodes. See if Fairway can find a signal in the middle of a wide open space or whether his opponent’s communication systems were better.
For fans of the original The Captain is Dead, it should come as no surprise that the Captain is still dead. Having jumped to warp and survived drifting through an asteroid belt, those aliens are hopping mad. This time they’re not just boarding the ship in little groups. They’ve taken over the shipped, trapped us in the infirmary and shut us out of our own computer systems. See if Fairway survives in this preview of The Captain is Dead: Episode 3, Lockdown.
It’s not Atkins v. South Beach. This fight is a serious one: vegetables v. meat. Broccoli v. Bacon. Life v. Death. Today, Fairway picks up Foodfighters by Kids Table Board Gaming and designers Josh Cappel and Helaina Cappel. Originally funded on Kickstarter, Fairway snagged this one up from his friendly local game shop.