Hello everyone! Today, rather than taking on any one specific topic, it seems like a nice time to dance around a bit and look at everything that’s passed through recently.
Primal Games–the Meme?
Tuning In To Kickstarter
Most everyone I know has hit some form of Kickstarter fatigue. Despite that, this week saw two you should definitely check out. I playtested both and found both to be loads of fun.
Take Out The Papers and the Trash
Garbage Day first landed on our game table a few years ago. Shane Willis had a delightful dexterity game and was sure to do well if it could only find a manufacturer that could fabricate its plastic garbage can. He found that manufacturer in Mayday Games. If dexterity games are your thing, be sure to take a look at this one.
Television Programming: the Home Game
Regular readers know I first saw The Networks about 18 months ago. It was a solid game then and in the interim, Gil Hova only made it better. It’s a hoot! It’s a game by Gil Hova. Is there really anything else to say?
Well, I Made the Big Time At Last.
Although I knew negotiations were in the works, I had no Idea Barnes & Noble had moved forward. Game Developer and all-around snazzy dude John Eyster spotted duck! duck! SAFARI! on the shelves and sent this pic by way of proof.
I’ve been trying to break into a mass outlet for some time and making it to B&N is the first breakthrough. Now to extend this inroad…
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