First of all, we’d like to thank all of you for all the kind words in response to us losing our dear Starbuck last week. Honestly, it warmed our hearts. We’ve decided to keep her memory alive in our comics, so she won’t be gone completely.
And once again it’s time for the super-serious Semi Co-op awards, the Golden Standees!
This year’s winners are:
- Kim Joy’s Magic Bakery, a fun light co-op game published by Skybound Games that was sent to us with an actual recipe for a raspberry pavlova which is also a card in the game.
- After discussing our latest game of Destinies published by Lucky Duck Games, we realised that would have been an interesting conversation to overhear for somebody who was passing by.
- That Time You Killed Me published by Pandasaurus Games is a very interesting game and something we haven’t played before. We felt it definitely deserved a Golden Standee!
- Ah, Whirling Witchcraft published by Alderac is such a fun game. At the end of everybody’s turn, you pass your cauldron with all the produced ingredients to the player next to you, trying to drown them in ingredients they can’t use for their spells, overflowing their board and making you the winner!
Congratulations to the winners!
What game(s) do you think deserves an award?
I think there’s more than a few euros that could run for a “You just earned more cubes than there are in the box” award
Unless you’re counting time to shop for ingredients, the setup time for Kim Joy’s Magic Bakery should only be two hours, at most. 1 1/2 to make the pavlova, and 1/2 hour to savor it before playing the game.