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  • .e 4:31 pm on September 1, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: , kickstarter,   

    Dead Man’s Draw review 

    Playing the Kickstarter game Dead Man’s Draw that Joe got for us as a present (thank you again). It’s a good lightweight push your luck card thing

    Dead Man's Draw, with KS playmat

    Dead Man’s Draw, with KS playmat

    Reveal cards and play their powers, keep revealing as long as you want, if you get doubles of a suit you lose the cards.

    Strict time limit too, since when the deck runs out the game is over. It’s a “we’re tired, but feel like doing something” game for us.

  • .e 3:25 am on August 5, 2015 Permalink
    Tags: engine building, , hand building, kickstarter   

    Evolution review 

    So way back when I won a minor contest and the prize was all the Evolution bonuses from the kickstarter. I ended up backing the remake+flight expansion so that I’d be able to actually use them.

    Clever ruse, Evolution people.

    Picked up our copy at GenCon and brought it to table.


    Evolution+Flight, pictured are the kickstarter coasters I won

    It ended up being a really good mid-complexity game. Lots of hand building, lots of engine stuff.

    As a bonus, Angelica being an ecologist, she liked the theme. It reminded me of SimEarth so I was a fan too.

    My kickass predator

    My kickass predator

    Above is the predator that carried me through the game, up until everyone else realized it was probably a dang good idea to kill him off. Erin has a wicked engine at the end too, with multiple Coöperations and Foragings to just devastate the plant food supply each turn.

    Very good game, highly recommended.

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