We interview Marc Specter, the man behind Grand Gamers Guild, and their games Pocket Ops, Unreal Estate, and Stroop.
Donovan Eberling and Jeff James are the founders of Iron Hippo Games and co-creators (or maybe “architects”) of Tournament of Towers, a dexterity game now on Kickstarter. » Read more
The king and queen of Geometria have declared a tournament to build a great monument. Will you favor the careful construction of Queen Structura, or the bold creativity of King Curvanimus?
This week we’re going to take a look at Gimme 5, a new game on Kickstarter by Pieter Neethling. How will we feel when we’re done playing? Read below to find out. Will you gimme a high 5, or a low 5?
We talk new games for us, old games for our kids, and fast food advertising. Then we interview the creator of Robit Riddle, Kevin Craine! » Read more
Crazier Eights: Camelot is the sequel to Crazier Eights from creator James Gray, this time with a King Arthur theme. The basis of the game is Crazy Eights, but getting rid of your cards isn’t the only way to win; and anyone can lose if they aren’t paying attention. Between discarding to reduce your hand or playing action cards for power-ups and attacks like Dominion, each turn is full of variety and unexpected developments. » Read more
This cute little card game attacks with quick fun, variety, and strategy for all ages!
We saw more digital games aimed towards kids than kid-friendly tabletop games this year. Weird! But we still had quite a few favorites. » Read more
The games that keep on giving! We’re talking about expansions, collectibles, toys-to-life, and other game add-ons. » Read more
What we played this week:
Kickstarters we’re excited about:
Also… some spoiler-free discussion of Captain America: Civil War. Are you #teamCap or #teamIronMan?
Still 1 day left to enter the giveaway!
We’re baaaaack! We’re finally back from our longer-than-desired hiatus and we’re super excited. We talk about what we’ve been up to and what we’re looking forward to at PAX East and in 2016!
Step back in time to Chicago in 1893. The World’s Fair is coming to your city. But you’re not merely attending the fair – you’re helping to design and organize it! Such is the premise behind World’s Fair 1893, a new area-control game by Foxtrot Games, currently on Kickstarter. » Read more
First and foremost, you need to understand that Campaign Trail is not a simulation.
The sooner you get notions of realism out of your head, the sooner you will love this game.