Sure, you can read a game rulebook or even a review of how a game works, but actually seeing a video about it can really bring home how the game actually is played. The folks at Plaid Hat have a new video up giving you a look inside how Quirky Circuits plays. Have yourselves a look.
I love sushi, though I don't go out and have it too often. When it's good, it's extremely delicious. When it's bad... ooof... Thankfully, Lefty in Quirky Circuits is excellent at making sushi. And that's what players will have him do, making it and delivering it to happy customers. Get a preview of how he works here.
Quirky Circuits will have players sending robots all around, trying to complete tasks. It might sound simple, but how does it actually work? Well, in this video from Watch It Played over on the Plaid Hat website, we get a look at exactly that.
Usually, one of the first things we do when we get a game is open it up and see what's inside. That's half the fun, really. Well, not to spoil the surprise, but Plaid Hat Games has posted up a quick video showing off what's inside the box for Quirky Circuits, their upcoming board game of robot programming.
Dogs love bones. That's just a known thing. And Rover, the new figure previewed for Quirky Circuits from Plaid Hat Games, is no different. Though, instead of just chewing on them, he's digging up old bones for a museum exhibit. Will players be able to successfully program where he's to go? That's up to you to find out.
Quirky Circuits is filled with all types of strange robots. In this instance, we get a look at Twirl, the house's gardener. You can find him flitting around the garden, planting seeds and doing general gardening work. Just make sure he drops off his items in the right place, lest things get crazy.
The dust bunnies are taking over and Gizmo is there to keep it from happening. No, Gizmo isn't the cute cat, it's the little robot vacuum underneath. That's what you'll be controlling in Plaid Hat Games' Quirky Circuits. But just how will you do that? In this preview, we get to find out.
Robots. They're your plastic pal that's fun to be with. In Quirky Circuits, coming soon from Plaid Hat Games, you'll be trying to get your friendly robot buddy to finish a task, playing cards in order to program it to do just that. However, your opponents will be doing the same, and you're never quite sure what card programs they've put into the mix. In the end, it's all about getting the robot to finish the task before their battery runs out.