His Crazier Eights: Camelot review can be seen here.
You can try Crazier Eights: Camelot & Avalon with James Gray, the games’ maker at demo events, and I know of one this January. The New Year promo card will also be given out to those who try the games at the events.
Games of Berkeley (2510 Durant Ave, Berkeley, CA 94704) on January 27 @ 2:00 – 5:00 PM
There’s a new promo card in 2018 that can be used with Crazier Eights: Camelot or Crazier Eights: Avalon. Every copy you buy of either game using this post or the web store will come with one starting now (while supplies last). One hundred copies of the promo card will be reserved for online customers from now until the end of January 2018. Continue reading
As a game designer, I had to send prototypes of card games to reviewers before the official version was released. How different are games produced after a Kickstarter from the prototype sent to reviewers? Michael Wright takes a closer look at multiple games like that including Crazier Eights: Camelot & Avalon.
Luke Muench reviewed both Crazier Eights: Camelot & Crazier Eights: Avalon on SMIF: “Most turns will end in raucous laughter as everyone marvels at whatever wildly powerful card combinations have been played and activated.”
Luke thought the cards had little to do with the card abilities, but I do have reasons for the abilities they have for flavor reasons. You can find more info about that here. What do you think?
Timothy Mattes reviewed the earlier Camelot prototype on the SMIF site earlier and can be found here.
Glenn Flaherty’s original review from over a year ago was based on an older prototype, and can be found here.