Reviews keep rolling in. The latest is Out of Eight .
You can find out what John thought of Gridiron right here.
The excellent folks over at No High Scores decided that Gridiron Solitaire was worth chatting about on their, again, excellent podcast Jumping the Shark. Head over here to see what the verdict is!
iLook At takes a look at Gridiron Solitaire. A quick quote: “I can’t recommend this game enough, I think it’s a very entertaining game… It’s been a long a time since I’ve played a game like this and I really can’t recommend it enough”.
Bill Harris was on the esteemed Gamers with Jobs podcast talking about Gridiron Solitaire. Head over and give it a listen!
Change log: 1. I tweaked the AI to be more aggressive in the fourth quarter when they’re behind. I wasn’t satisfied with how it was responding in certain situations. 2. When you’re at the 40 yard line of the opponent on offense, all you used to see as a kicking option was the field goal […]
You can find a new review of Gridiron over at One guy, too many games. A quote: “I didn’t really have any expectations going into Gridiron Solitaire. I knew a little about it, but none of the details. For such an abstract representation of football, it does a great job at capturing the flavor.”
Phil Scuderi over at Red Door Blue Key wrote a review of Gridiron Solitaire and we are humbled that he likes it. A little quote: ‘Yet Gridiron Solitaire evokes the feel of real football better than any game I’ve ever played. In its abstract elegance it reveals how much crud has accumulated in the genre, […]
Polygon were kind enough to talk and show off Gridiron Solitaire on their Live show! To watch it, here’s a nice direct link.
If you speak german, you might want to check out MsStandart Let’s Play video. A quick google translate shows: “What happens if one American football and a collectible card game throws together in a pot? It comes out Gridiron Solitaire and Bill Harris has this idea into action. We choose a team and accompany this over 30 […]