Critical Review - Steampark

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

 

Iello is probably best known for their smash hit, King of Tokyo!  It's on its third expansion, it's designer, Richard Garfield is known and loved the world over, and the momentum that game has seems to never slow down!

 

You'd think with all that in their corner, some of the newer games may not be as exciting, losing some momentum, fun or creative possibly, right?  Wrong!  Today, we're looking at Steam Park, a hot Essen release from Iello last year!  Steam Park is unique in many ways, but most noticeably is it’s art, by Marie Cardouat.  Her images bring about a lively, slightly morbid, yet entertaining world

 

With stylish gameplay and devilish tactics, it’s up to you to run you own "theme park" in a world unlike any other!  Beware though, building isn't always productive or profitable, as you'll be buried under the dirt from your construction, the dirt from your "visitors" and dirt from just being plain old slow at hand!  Grab your shovels, you're going to need them, and let's jump into the world of Steam Park!


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