Steph Elizondo reviewed Crazier Eights: Camelot for Settler of the Boards. You can take a look here.
An older play through video of a prototype can be found here.
We finally made a website for Recoculous, our publishing company. We hope to release games other than for the Crazier Eights series at some point and will post information about projects we are working on at Recoculous.com. The game designer, James Gray, also posted information about his game design history there. Continue reading
Alexa C. of Everything Board Games reviewed Crazier Eights: Olympus. Go here to take a look.
The beauty of the game is in the way that it weaves card effects with the assets and events chosen from throughout Greek mythology. In addition, the cards are illustrated with a variety of classic works.
The release date for Crazier Eights: Olympus, and Crazier Eights: Pantheon will have to be delayed, and I don’t know what the release date will be. On May 4th I asked the printing company, DoFine Games, if I will have to delay the release date, and they didn’t answer. They earlier told me the games would be printed and sent out by May 17th, and that is clearly not happening at this point.
My most optimistic estimate is July 24th. August 7th is realistic, but I have to get an estimate from the printing company. If the printing company is too busy to respond to my questions, they might have a backlog they are getting through.
Update: The release date is now July 31st, 2020.