EDIT: Removed extra “I will admit”
Oh look, I’m starting to review things with a theme. There will be another two reviews after this;
- The Office Pool and Days of Our Lives Solitaire
- Deal Or No Deal
and of course, I save the arguably best for last, it was one of the more valuable licenses after all 😉
See if you can guess what the theme is in the comments, it will be revealed in the final review 🙂
Big Fat Introduction
On September 14th, 2007, the Fool’s blog announced that a new game called Kalorie King was coming to Royalgames, then known as king.com.
People in the US couldn’t play it.
I don’t have any timeframe for this, but I suspect it was around late 2007 (of course, Kalorie King was released Q3 2007 after all) or early 2008 when King got the license for The Biggest Loser, which made it possible for King to release Kalorie King in the US under a license. Web Archive has the earliest archive in 2009, but the earliest mention of Kalorie King being called The Biggest Loser is on March 30th, 2008.
I will also be reviewing a variant of Firefly Fantasies.
Firefly Fantasies was released on August 21st, 2009, to bug reports of none of the symbols being active to the jackpot cup being held not being joinable.
They never had it under a brand, though…or did they?
30 Rock: The Boardroom was a game I originally thought was completely original. I couldn’t find any unbranded version on Royalgames, after all, so it has to be original!
…hahahaHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHHAHAAIt was Firefly Fantasies but with a 30 Rock license.
But of course, King removed it with Football Star, Klick Klack & Turn, and Scrabble Zing, along with many others on July 15th, 2013.
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