Interview with the gang at Flatout Games about their game, Point Salad.
Turn back the clocks. Grab your life preserver and a fancy drink. Fairway tries to build the most luxurious, capable ship and sail it from England to New York before his opponent in today’s preview of Blue Riband.
The Inquisitive Meeple interviews Scott Almes about Boomerang, and then reviews the card-drafting roll and write game, currently on Kickstarter.
The multiverse has fractured and strange, powerful beings from across time and space have invaded our universe. Fairway takes control of a team of these beings in an attempt to take control of the universe in this review of Animus.
Today, Benny takes up the question of what game mechanisms work best for therapy.
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.
In this edition of Q&Play, Ryan looks at Circle the Wagons. A 2-player map-building game that fits in your back pocket.
In episode 60 we visit the West and work our way around a circle, drafting cards to build our own boomtown. Can you earn the most Prosperity Points to make your town the best here boomtown this West has seen?
When Fairway was a kid, he lived at a place with a great big woods in the backyard. There were plenty of places to build what he thought would be the Best Tree House Ever. It turns out that’s actually a really hard thing to do. Well, as luck would have it, Scott Almes and Green Couch Games have made it a lot easier. Today, Fairway reviews a Kickstarted game: Best Tree House Ever.
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.