A great warning from a great movie: “Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could, they didn’t stop to think if they should.” In The Grid: AI Awakens, you play as scientists that already have, but still try to turn the situation to their own advantage.
Trick Taking games. When people hear of these games, they think of Hearts, Spades, Bridge and Euchre. Gorus Maximus shares the roots of these games but is definitely not any of them.
In honour of the ‘Hiest’ Blatherings last week, news on a new Kickstarter that looks great. While Android: Netrunner is coming to a close, the daunting task of teaching new players is real and one of the reasons I stopped playing. One Last Job looks to capture a lot of the ‘sweatiness’ I love about Android: Netrunner, but contained in one single deck. This could be a ‘light’ replacement for a loved game!
So Space Goat Productions has not been a good place to talk about for a while now. Recently a Designer Diary from Lynnvnader designer Tommy Gofton gives a bit more of an insight into the day to day business realities of working with Space Goat. This isn’t only informative for Terminator and Evil Dead 2 backers, but also for people interested in how game companies work together – both ideally, and not.
It’s no secret Escape the Dark Castle has rocketed to a top five position in many of my gaming categories. I was already weighing up getting the first expansion soon, or next month. Well, the decision has been made for me – it’s on Kickstarter, as well as brand new content!
So today becomes a lesson on Loot Boxes, Munchkin, and how they mash together on Kickstarter. Yeah, I don’t fully get it either, but hey it really does make sense.
Just a quick update on the Space Goat Productions Equity offer – Shon C Bury has finally posted on Kickstarter after weeks of silence