The Inquisitive Meeple reviews Camp Pinetop and conducts a short interview with its designer, Stephen B. Davies.
In a first, Fairway plays two games at once: he reviews the metagame: Face the Consequences.
The world is round. Fairway knows he can prove it and secure the riches of the new world. Or, at least, that’s what he thinks will happen in this preview of Days of Discovery by Matt Worden Games, coming to Kickstarter on June 19th.
The Inquisitive Meeple interviews Scott Almes about Boomerang, and then reviews the card-drafting roll and write game, currently on Kickstarter.
There’s a definite design limitation imposed on games that have only eighteen cards. Today, Fairway does a double review and takes a look at a pair of microgames coming to Kickstarter from Concrete Canoe Games: Kingdom 18 and Itty Bitty Dungeon Delve. The games are part of a promised, new series of games from the publisher aimed at small, light and fun games. Unsurprising, then, these two first games fit the series theme particularly well.
Fairway’s been away. In space. Apparently for a few months. He returns from space with this Kickstarter preview of Moonshot, a dice-rolling, space-race game that’s coming to Kickstarter on April 24th.
Today, Fairway takes a look at the currently-on Kickstarter game from Wattsalpoag Games: Echidna Shuffle. See if this adorably cute game dances into Fairway’s heart.
Fairway definitely has a thing for art games. Today, he previews the current Kickstarter, art-themed card game: Pigment.
The town’s been invaded by monsters. The only savior: Fairway and his small guild of monster-fighting villagers. In today’s preview, Fairway takes a look at the dice-rolling, monster-fighting game: Rebels of Ravenport.
“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.