By Paco Garcia Jaen Dig Mars was one of Michael Chamberlain’s finds at Spiel 2013. A Science Fiction boardgame in which the players mine for resources in Mars in order to build their commercial empire. Performing different actions that will award Fortune Points, players control their diggers and reveal tiles to explore the surface of […]
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With a teaser of interviews to come, Dr. Reddy and I discuss Kickstarter and, for once, we actually stay on topic for a long time!
Clever Mojo game pretty much started the boardgame craze in Kickstarter by successfully funding the rather excellent Alien Frontiers. It didn’t take them long to decide they would do the same with their following project, Sunrise City and they were right.
After my last experience with a GenX game, Luna Llena, I was desperate to like this game. As a Spaniard, I am keen to see good products coming out of my country. After playing Dos de Mayo and Total Rumble, I know for a fact that GenX can produce terrific games, so my hopes were very high.
It’s a flicking game akin to tiddlywinks, but it’s actually interesting, unlike tiddlywinks. Players take on the role of theater commander of a faction of cybernetically enhanced or alien insects that have various powers, allowing them to hide in bushes, fire missiles, spit acid balls, and all sorts of other things.