Mega Giveaway Day 67 – Captain Carcass Game
You can enter to win our Day 67 prize and it won’t even require you to press your luck! Captain Carcass by Mayday Games is based on the press your luck concept but it will just take the dedication to enter to have a chance at winning! Each day, you’re able to come back and retweet or do a couple other tasks to increase your chances of winning. Will you?
We provided an overview of Captain Carcass in September and included it in our Card Game Holiday Gift Guide so check those out to learn more about the game.
We’re happy to be able to include it in our Mega Giveaway. Visit Mayday Games on Facebook and Twitter to see what other games are in the pipeline.
24 thoughts on “Mega Giveaway Day 67 – Captain Carcass Game”
I just played mystic vale that has a push your luck aspect to it, and I really enjoyed it!
Deep sea adventure
im not really sure i havent played to many games so i hope to win so i can
We just bought a game and it was pretty intense. Some were pressing their luck.
Sorry! Love that game.
Life !! A great game
Port Royal is my favorite push your luck game right now.
I really enjoy playing Zombie Dice with my family.
The last game that I played with my family was Clue.
Formula D is a good push-your-luck game I’ve had my eye on.
Sheriff of Nottingham
Elder Signs it’s one of those games where you succeed easily, or lose miserably. The luck on the dice is precious!
Above and Below has a bit of press your luck.
I like to play old maid with my granddaughter, being as she is only 4 she really has me pressing my luck.
My favorite push-your-luck game is Dead Man’s Draw.
Zombie Dice…..or Dead of Winter.
Dead Man’s Draw
My favorite game i have to press my luck is black jack
Sheriff Of Nottingham
I asked my Son for his opinion, and he said: “One of my favorites is a PC game called “Sunless Sea.” As the captain of a merchant steamliner on a vast, mysterious underground sea, you make constant multiple-choice decisions that are weighted for varying degrees of success, based upon your character’s skill ratings and the task’s degree of difficulty. Failure is always possible, so you’re pressing your luck — particularly on low-probability choices.”
I like Port Royal.