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Kickstarter Weekly Summary - Sunday 30th August, 2015

Mike Minutillo
Australia
Stratton
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Keeping you up to date with Kickstarter Campaigns in the Tabletop Games category
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Hey there Kickers! Kickstarter is back! In Pog Form! My lungs are mostly functioning again (thanks to everyone that sent well wishes) and just in time as it appears that Kickstarter is gathering momentum again.

Right now there's 177 live Kickstarter Campaigns in the Tabletop Games category (up 25 on last week!). Of those 76 (~43%) have already funded and 58 have related BGG pages (that I can find). Let's take a look.

Here are some campaigns that are ending in the next week:
The Contender - is a card-based party game that simulates the antics of American political debate. Each round players will use Facts, Attacks, and Distracts to convince the moderator that you (and not your opponents) are able to lead the free world.
Mint Tin Apocalypse - is the latest in the Mint Tin family of games which each fit in a tiny portable tin. The theme of this one is that a giant monster has attacked the city and 2 players must each lead a team of survivors to a fallout shelter, gather supplies and bunker down in order to win. The catch...each team consists of 5 characters and the shelter can only hold 7! And it will take the co-operation of 4 characters to close the door.
Winds of Fortune - is card-based tactical combat on the high seas. Each player will assemble a flagship from 3 cards (a prow, a midsection and a stern) and will face off against each other across 3 lanes. Into those lanes you will each deploy your fleet of ships, monsters, emplacements, etc. If you're an Aussie backer that had dismissed this one previously then take a second look as they updated the Aussie shipping options last week.
Lobotomy - is a tabletop games about escaping from a psychiatric hospital. Why? Because it's full grotesque monsters that are coming to eat you! Or maybe just helpful hospital staff. Mechanically this is an action co-op (like a dungeon crawl) with players unlocking memories to level up (or slip deeper into madness) and having to deal with a mental disorder (which provides it's own special set of powers). The game feature a ton of beautiful miniatures and correspondingly has raised all of the money. I wish I had all of the money. Perhaps I'll just imagine a reality where I already have all of the money...
Dingo's Dreams + City of Iron 2nd Edition - Dingo's Dreams is a tile placement puzzle game. Each player gets their own tableau of 26 tiles (in a 5 by 5 grid with one spare) which show different locales and colors on one side and their animal on the other (Dingo, Kangaroo, Koala, etc.). You also get a card that shows the tiles you need to get your animal showing on to win. Each round a card is drawn which shows which tile gets flipped over, then you push the tile in your hand on to the board which will cause one to fall off on the other side. Pick that one up to use next turn. City of Iron is an area control / deck building / civilization building game set in a steampunk fantasy universe. Players compete to try and build up the strongest nation by conquering lands, producing goods, and researching new technologies. A neat aspect of this game is that there is no shuffling. When you play cards you decide the order they go into your discard pile and when you run out of cards to draw you simply flip you discard pile over to form the new draw deck. I really want the second edition of City of Iron but I think I may have to wait for retail because the shipping to AUS is so high. If you're in a cheap shipping zone though, check it out!
One Night Ultimate Vampire - This night just got a little more Ultimate. The latest in the One Night family of games that distills a social deduction game into a single round. The players represent a village of amazing folk. Each one has a special power and one (or more!) of them is a vampire! It's up to the players to root out the evil in their midst and they only have one night to do so. After everyone has been assigned a character (secretly) everyone will go to sleep (close their eyes) and an app will wake up each character role in turn who will have a little time to use their ability to affect the game state. Once everyone wakes up the players must decide who is the vampire among them. If they are correct then the villagers win. If not, then the vampire wins. This is compatible with One Night Ultimate Werewolf and One Night Ultimate Werewolf Daybreak so you can mix everything together and play Vampires vs. Villagers vs. Werewolves for the Ultimate Ultimate One-Night experience.
Star Patrol - is a hex and counter micro-game of starship combat for 1-3 players. The game features heavily customizable ships, an inertia system (including gravity wells), and looks completely awesome. If you thought this one was insane at just $11 shipped anywhere in the world, keep an eye open for the designers next campaign, Star Patrol: Carrier Commander which aims to have a $3 pledge level (shipped). Madness! This is from the same guy that did the asymmetric hex and counter game microgame Lord of the Dead.
Treasure Hunter - is a card drafting game from Richard Lannius and Queen Games. Each round 6 treasure cards are laid out on the Seasons Board with two going to each season (one at the MIN location and the other at the MAX). Then players are dealt cards from which they must select one and pass the rest. Once everyone has a final hand of cards the players step through the seasons revealing the heroes they have gained which match the season. Having the least heroic power will net you the MIN treasure card and having the most will grab the MAX. Once all of the seasons have been played out the players must run a gauntlet of troublesome goblins who will steal your treasures off of you unless they get scared away by dogs (which must be drafted). After 5 rounds the game ends and whoever has accumulated the most treasure wins. Any game with a Mystery Mule card deserves a look in my book. Check it out.
Posse: Wild West Justice - is a card and dice game where players represent a deputized posse trying to capture gangs of outlaws in the Old West. Players start by forming a posse and marking the targets they want to go after. Then players roll to see who can capture each outlaw. If you're the only one who can then add it to your victory pile. If multiple posses could catch an Outlaw then a showdown occurs. If no-one can capture an outlaw then they escape and players with remaining dice can take shots at them.
Chaos of Cthuhu - There's been a terrible accident and the sacred texts have been torn asunder! This is going to make summons unmentionable ancient beings much harder. In fact they come out all kind of deformed and weird (which I thought was the point). Mechanically each Cthulhulian horror is represented by 5 dice which are rolled at the beginning of the game and assembled into a shambling nightmare. Players then take turns activating the creatures to attack one another. As you go you can turn and re-roll parts of your creature to take advantage of a new set of abilities and deal with your ever changing foes.
Cultists of Cthulhu - There's been a terrible accident and the Elder Sign has become shattered. Now a trusty band of academics has entered the ancient library to investigate and ... save the world is probably a bit much to ask really. Especially as some among you are secretly evil cultists bent on opening the rift and allowing the world to be flooded with eldritch horror. Unlike many hidden role games there comes a time in each scenario when the cultist may reveal themselves, potentially transforming into an ancient terrible thing or potentially just unleashing hell on everyone else. I'm not usually into Lovecraft themed games but this one sounds like a ton of fun. Check it out.
Prime Time - is a euro auction/bidding/worker placement/area control game about running a TV network and trying to put the best weekly line-up together to attract the viewing demographic of each night of the week. To do so you will purchase shows, hire actors, director, and script writers at a worker-placement style auction (i.e. place your worker at the amount you want to bid). Get outbid and once everything is gone you may be able to pick up some talent cheap in a second round. After this you can build your line-up and see how your shows do. Capture the most viewers on to get cash (to spend on future auctions) and win awards. Over the games 6 rounds more people of differing demographics will get added to each night and you'll need to keep a fluid line-up to ensure you keep everyone happy. Be careful though, if your show fails to attract any viewers it will get cancelled! I am all-in for this. I love the theme, the mechanics are cool, and the shipping to Australia is so friendly I'm going to help it move house this weekend and then we'll go out for beers.
CatTube Famous - is a card game about releasing cat videos that match current market trends for internet success (just like in real life!). Each round of CatTube famous will start with 3 face-up trend cards being revealed (along with one face down one). Players will take turns playing video cards face down (or passing) until everyone has passed. Then the 4th trend will be revealed and players will reveal their videos and earn fame based on how well they match. There were pledge levels to allow you to get your own cat into the game but they are all gone now. Those people will live on forever as being CatTube Famous Famous. Meow.
D6 Shooter - is a press-your-luck card and dice game about Bounty Hunters in the old west. Players start as simple Bounty Hunters and work their way up Marshall by picking up the bandits that have been plaguing a small town. On your turn you will turn over a card to hunt for a bandit. Each bandit has a sequence of suits on their cards which must be matched to capture them. The harder a bandit is to catch the more symbols will appear. To get these symbols you will be rolling and rerolling custom d6 dice which show the suits along with Jokers (wild) and Skulls (which lock out the dice). After you capture a bandit you can stop and jail your capture or press on and go after the next bandit. Fail to capture a bandit though and everyone you've already caught this round will escape. Bandits are worth reputation points which can be used to upgrade your character (giving you the ability to re-roll a certain number of skulls and eventually to win the game) and also reward money which can be spent at the general store.
Sun, Moon & Stars - is a deduction microgame. Each player starts with a secret totem animal that describes how they must manipulate the game state in which to win. There will also be 3 tokens (Sun, Moon & Stars) in front of players. Each turn players will draw a card and then play a card (they start with one). These cards all move the tokens in some way and of course you want to arrange things so that you win. It sounds really interesting. Check it out.
Geoengineering 101 - is a pre-apocalyptic board game about stopping climate changes and preventing the apocalypse. Players each represent a world power who wants to eliminate the world's dependencies on fossil fuels whilst also minimizing the hardship on their own population. The only way to win is to have the least amount of hardship when the final fossil fuel token is removed. As you play you'll initiate various programs which take time to have an effect and must be coordinated with the other players or you'll destabilize each others efforts and bring the world to ruin (and you'll ALL lose).
Cat Tower - is a dexterity stacking game where players must place cute kitten cards on top of each other. Placing cards on top of one another is easy! I hear you cry. Well, there cards have two folds in them so they stand precariously atop one another. DO NOT attempt to stack actual cats. They really do not like it.
Cho Han Sorcery - is a game card and dice game about duelling wizards based on Chō-han (a traditional Japanese dice game). On your turn you guess whether you'll roll even or odd on 2 d6 and depending on success/failure you'll use one of the d6 as a base damage rating against your opponent. Both players can use cards in hand to manipulate this base damage.

And here are some campaigns which have launched in the last week:
Tabletopia - is a tabletop sandbox simulator allowing players to set up and play games over the web. You'll need to know the rules as the system does not enforce those but it does understand common actions (like dealling, drafting, discarding, etc.). Game designers can set up games with private demo rooms and can even publish games getting royalties when players play them. I'm interested in this as a prototyping tool but also as a remote worker I can definitely see the appeal of being able to play something with people geographically scattered.
Small City - is city management simulation. You are the mayor of a borough of Small city attempting to get re-elected and you only have 8 turns to do it. You'll need to attract new citizens, grow the commercial and industrial areas, deal with pollution and most importantly, come through on your promises.
Guns & Steel - is a card-based civilization building game. At the start of the game a pyramid of cards is laid out and players are dealt identical starting hands. Each turn you must lay a card face down (for whatever resource is shown on the back) and one face up (for effect of its development). Then you can purchase a card from the central pyramid. To start with only the bottom row is available but as the game progresses each card becomes available as the cards directly below it (to the left and right) are purchased. When you empty your hand (or get down to your last card) then you may attempt to purchase a wonder card (which you had best be prepared to defend) and then pick up all of your cards. This looks really interesting. The art and visual design is well done with iconography describing most (all?) development actions. I'm shortlisting this one.
Trove: The Crystal Caverns - is a truly asymmetric dungeon crawl style game. If you're playing as the knight, then you want complete sidequests, level up and kill the dragon. If you're playing as the goblins then you want to build up three different Tribes via a push-your-luck mechanic and then corner (and kill) the knight. If you're the Dragon then you want to steal treasure, eat goblins and get out of the cave before the knight kills you. Oh and you can be the Cave. If you're the cave then you want to expand as much as you can and then collapse trapping everyone inside. Man do I want to be a Cave now. This sounds awesome.
Next In Command - is a space-mission themed party game. As the crew of a space-ship you all need to work together to overcome a gruelling series of Space Problems. Each round a new Problem is presented and then each player must select and present their a solution from their hand. Then everyone must vote for a solution other than their own. The player with the most votes earns a promotion and eventually enough promotions wins. OK so it's an Apples to Apples clone....but IN SPACE! Quick, We've Sprung a Leak. You have at your disposal, A Space Mattress, a Net Gun, A Wormhole Generation Device, and a Powered Exoskeleton. How are you going to get out of this one?
The Draco Magi Expansion - Draco Magi is a duelling card game that features amazingly illustrated dragons fighting over different battlefields. The expansion adds 12 new dragons and 4 new battlefields. You can even pick up the base game if you missed it on Kickstarter last time.
Happy Mitten Podcast - The Happy Mitten podcast focuses on the business side of board games and includes interviews with people fulfilling various functions in the industry. They are raising funds for a 3rd season and while they've reached their goal at the moment more funds will just result in a better show for everyone. I've actually not listened but after reading seeing some of the people they've interviewed I'm going to give them a try this week and I'm sure I'll be a new subscriber!
Zombie Sheep - There's these sheep right...and they died...and then they sort of got better. And now 3 factions want to round them up (for a variety of reasons). To do that you're going to play capture cards from your hand which are worth "Capture Points". Get enough CP against a Xombie Sheep and you'll claim them. There are also special cards that let you manipulate the sheep or remove capture cards. It's sounds like a light take-that card game with some area control aspects. The art is cool though with each of the Zombie Sheep being a parody of different horror characters. I'm a little bummed that this isn't a franchise tie-in game with the 2006 cinematic masterpiece Black Sheep.
Fate of Akalon: Tribes - is a tactical card-based combat game where 4 fantasy factions fight for supremacy. Each faction has a unique deck of units that can be brought to bear in series of battles. Each battle is a simple affair that involves each player playing a card and resolving the effects, then combat value of each side is determined and the winner discards their cards while the loser removes theirs from the game. Once a certain amount of power has been removed from the game this way the game ends.
Recall of Cthulhu - This is essentially a memory matching game where the tiles are cute depictions of eldritch horrors. There is also an advanced version where each of the tiles have a special ability when revealed. If you've ever wanted to cuddle with Cthulhu, this is for you.
Crazier Eights - was initially funded back in July last year where you need to be the first to have no cards in your hand to win. This is based on game called Crazy Eights which is played with a regular deck of cards. Crazier Eights has a fantasy theme and each of the cards does something cool when it's played. This campaign launches a second edition and you even pick up a Jumbo edition.
GUT PILE - is a hunting themed set-collection card game. Cards come in 5 types (Terrain, Transportation, Gear, Weapon, and Animal) and when you collect a set containing one of each type it is scored based on it's contents. Once someone scores their third set the game is over.
WALLS - is a roll-and-move game that takes place in an ever changing maze. The board is made up of a simple grid with rotating walls plugged into it. On your turn you roll two dice, move the amount shown on the green die and then move a number of walls according to the other die. Roll doubles and you have the option of moving through walls or even of swapping position with another player! This actually sounds like an enjoyable roll-and-move game (something I didn't think I'd ever say).
Commanders - is a strategy game with the goal of incorporating the "thrill of dice based combat" with the "creative strategies of economy-based games". Players will vie for control of a board of interlocking hexagonal(-ish) tiles which show a variety of resource that must be collected and spent to increase your combat capability. The game ends when one player has captured 20 enemy units. There's some intriguing things going on in this one with an official alliance mechanic (that players get punished for breaking) and the ability for an eliminated player to re-enter the game via a "Re-Entry Scenario" which scales with the state of the game. Interesting stuff indeed.
The Appalachian Trail Game - is an educational game about the Appalachian Trail. As you travel the trail you can collect points for answering trivia questions, identifying plants and animals and using gear to get through perilous situations.
Foam Brain Gear: Sentinels of the Multiverse 2015 Collection - do you love Sentinels of the Multiverse? I do. Well Foam Brain are producing metal pins, t-shirts, flasks and pint glasses which feature characters, logos and even comics covers from the Sentinel Comics franchise. The NightMist shirt came out particularly striking I think.
Gloom of Kilforth - is a card-based RPG game in a Gothic High Fantasy setting. Players have 25 days to defeat the ancient evil that is befalling the land and ultimately save everyone from darkness. The world is made up of a 5 by 5 grid of 25 locations. Each day the players will wake up, gather action points equal to their current HP and then take turns taking actions until everyone has made camp. Then The Gloom will settle over one of the locations (which is bad). As you go your character will complete chapters of their character Sagas and will level up. The game looks beautiful and sounds very interesting. I'm especially interested in the fact that it's playable solo.
Cogs in a Machine - is a press-your-luck dice rolling game about gnomes building components of a large machine. On your turn you roll dice (one of which is unique to your gnome). Cogs and Teeth are used to purchased components and Wrenches are used to reroll dice. Any cogs that you generate on your turn that are unused go into a central pool and can be spent by other players whereas generated Teeth stay with the gnome that rolled them. Each component that you buy will make you better in some way and the when someone has built their 5th component the game ends.
Booze Barons - is a hidden team game where 3 mobs vie for supremacy during prohibition. You want for your team to have the most points at the end of the game, but who is actually on your team? You can earn points by making deliveries (of illicit alcohol) or by snitching out your rivals to the cops. Each round players will simultaneously select and reveal a location card to head to a location. They then take turns taking an action. Actions include making a delivery (which earns you points but eventually signals what type of booze you are responsible for), tailing someone at your location (which allows you to look at their hand of deliveries and possibly steal one or snitch on the player), or use the location event power. Snitching on someone will steal their location card which is worth points at the end of the game... unless you snitched on a team-mate. Then they're worth negative points! This sounds like a lot of fun and fact that this plays 3-9 is very interesting.
The Piker - is a card and dice based investment game. Each round players roll dice and then spend them bidding on face-down investments and market volatility cards and securing previously won cards. Once everyone has gone Market Volatility cards are flipped and resolved and then the player with the fewest cards gets an extra dice for the next round (they are "the piker").
Kingship - is another card game based on Crazy Eights (what are the chances). In this game each card has two abilities, one which triggers if played as a single card and one which triggers if the card is played as a part of a set. There are Title cards which can provide active and passive abilities when played including a King which can add new rules and a Queen that can veto the King. There's even a card that you can play from your hand (The Knight) on another players turn to nullify the effect of their card.
Be Legend - Ragnarok - is a programmed movement game about battles within the Norse pantheon. Each player will start with the same basic set of cards and a unique character deck from which they will add 2 more cards. Each round of combat players will play 3 cards face down: an ability, a direction, and a movement amount. These are simultaneously revealed and will resolve. There are 8 different characters in the game and each can be customized to play in different ways.
chibiMob - drafting/deckbuilding style game of mob control. Each player starts with a couple of goons and a headquarters. Between the players a city of Boss cards is laid out. Each turn players can exhaust one of their goons to: hit one of the bosses, ally with one of the bosses, hire more goons, take the payroll action and bring their goons back to their hand. Allying with a boss gives you a special ability. The game ends when there's only one boss left in the city (the kingpin). The players will get points for goons, allies, and any bosses that they hit (unless those bosses share a type with the kingpin). Sounds like a cool little engine building card game along the same lines as something like Fleet. Check it out.
Damage Report - On Fire - Damage Report is a co-op game where the players are all crew on a spaceship going through a crisis. During the game you will move around the ship collecting tools and resources and fixing different subsystems as they fail (or just operating for other players). Your turn never ends and is limited to what you can do during a timed interval, the length of which is determined by the state of the life support system. Damage Report: On Fire is the first expansion to the game which adds 3 new scenarios to the game. In Into The Fire a massive fire breaks out and the players must put it out before it consumes all of the oxygen. In Robots Run Amok! a computer virus (played by one of the players) takes over the repair bots and you've got to disable or repair them. In They Are Among Us one of the players is an alien infiltrator and the other players need to uncover who it is and stop them. Cool.

And while not technically in the Tabletop Games category I like the look of:
GalaCollider - imagine that someone combined Magic: the Gathering with Twilight Imperium and you get a feel for what this might be. In the far future as our galaxy slowly passes through another wars break out between the native inhabitants of both. This digital game plays like a tactical 4X game where your options are controlled by a deck of cards. Very intrigued by this one.
BattleCON Online - Another digital game, this one based on the BattleCON games from Level 99. I've not played BattleCON yet but I imagine that I'll like it and the digital implementation looks cool.

And that's all I have for you this week (isn't that enough?). What are you backing? What has you excited? What has been hitting your table? Drop a comment below and tell us. Don't forget to visit kickthetable.com to keep up to date with Kickstarter Campaigns in the Tabletop Games category. Finally, be back here next week for another exciting episode of Kick the Table.

Your kickstarter weekly summary for Sunday Aug 30 2015
11 projects ending in the next 3 days

6,618.04 % ENDING
One Night Ultimate Vampire
A prequel to One Night Ultimate Werewolf w/ Vampires, Assassins and more. 14 new roles. Stand alone or mix with other One Night games. (KS link)

2,455.08 % ENDING
Mint Tin Mini Apocalypse
Never has so much depended on so little. (KS link)

1,243.33 % ENDING
STAR PATROL: a hex & counter minigame of starship combat
DESIGN your ship, COMMAND your crew, DUEL your opponents using Newtonian space flight mechanics to your advantage ... or detriment (KS link)

916.53 % ENDING
Lobotomy Board Game
Escape mental asylum in Lobotomy Board Game. Got monsters on your back, mighty weapons, blazing skills -- or just delusions? (KS link)

732.98 % ENDING
Treasure Hunter
Adventure, Goblins and Fortune are waiting in this new Card Drafting Game from Richard Garfield for families and
gamers alike. (KS link)

343.95 % ENDING
Dingo's Dreams + City of Iron 2nd Edition
Venture through a beautiful dreamscape in the elegant Dingo's Dreams-- perfect for families! (Also, City of Iron gets a new edition.) (KS link)

125.46 % ENDING
Posse: Wild West Justice reBoot Hill Edition
A card & dice game set in the American Wild West. Can you out gun your competition and collect the most reward money? (KS link)

107.39 % ENDING
Winds of Fortune - Naval Strategy Board/Card Game
Two players command ingenious fleets & fantastic monsters in an attempt to outmaneuver their opponent and destroy their flagship! (KS link)

23.90 % ENDING
Main Event: A Card Game Battle Royale - REMATCH!
LET'S GET READY TO SHUFFLE!...AGAIN! Main Event is a card game for 2 to 5 players. K.O. your friends in an anything goes grudge match. (KS link)

15.66 % ENDING
SPACE BREW - A Sci-fi drinking card game
Space Brew is a drinking game played with cards. Players drink booze, fight monsters, hire mercenaries and salvage parts (KS link)

2.71 % ENDING
Devotion
Play as one of 12 Gods and Goddesses working to inspire followers and collect piety while spreading your influence throughout Greece. (KS link)
21 projects ending in the next 10 days

854.67 % ENDING
Geoengineering 101
Can you stop climate change? Beware: in this pre-apocalyptic board game, your actions set things in motion beyond your control! (KS link)

477.10 % NEW ENDING
Small City, a new city-building game with automatic growing!
Small City is fully funded and all backers now receive free stretch goals like character meeples or new player boards ! (KS link)

357.08 % ENDING
D6 Shooter: A Fast Paced, Press Your Luck Western Dice Game!
Race against other players & press your luck to wrangle the most bandits to become Marshal. Feelin' lucky? Then roll into D6 Shooter! (KS link)

354.23 % ENDING
CatTube Famous: The card game about releasing cat videos!
CatTube Famous is a card game where you release cat videos and become the next CatTube celebrity! (KS link)

271.88 % ENDING
Prime Time - The Broadcasting Tycoons
Manage your own TV network and broadcast the best shows during Prime Time. Hire writers, producers, actors and dominate the screen. (KS link)

180.50 % NEW ENDING
Politics - 2016 Primary Expansion Pack
Introducing the Politics 2016 Primary Expansion Pack! This is your chance to play as the real-life leading candidates, quirks and all. (KS link)

171.77 % ENDING
Sun, Moon & Stars - A Micro Card Game
A fast playing, easy to learn game of deduction. Rotate cards around the table until the ones in front of you match your role card. (KS link)

150.60 % ENDING
Cat Tower
Cat Tower is fully funded and all backers now receive two free exclusives! Stack cats on cats with up to 5 friends! (KS link)

135.75 % ENDING
Cultists of Cthulhu
A horror boardgame of teamwork, and betrayal set in H.P. Lovecraft's Miskatonic University. Now fully funded and with Stretch Goals! (KS link)

104.67 % ENDING
Chaos of Cthulhu
Clash in strategic dice battle to be the first to assemble a complete Lovecraftian nightmare formed from scrambled monster parts. (KS link)

90.90 % ENDING
Earth 667C Spaceship Building Board Game
In 2087, the Sun will go supernova. Build the fastest spaceship carrying the most survivors and save humanity from solar extinction. (KS link)

90.70 % ENDING
Outlast The Zombie Card Game
An inexpensive, simple mechanics, intensely strategic, highly competitive zombie game played with a standard deck of cards. (KS link)

66.38 % ENDING
Soccer 17
A fun two Players soccer game with only 17 cards, in about 17 minutes. Only $13, worldwide shipping included. (KS link)

61.47 % ENDING
Blackwater Gulch: Savage Beasts
Blackwater Gulch is a Western Horror skirmish game where Infamous Gangs clash with Savage Beasts in a desperate struggle for survival! (KS link)

55.84 % ENDING
Skallywaggs Pirate Card Game
Players build a band of Buccaneers from body parts laying about. The first crew that can sail the ship wins the day. 2-4 Players 12+ (KS link)

29.85 % ENDING
Last Front: The Strategy Card Game
Capture territories, gain bonuses and burn your opponents in this fast-paced high stakes card game set during WWII! (KS link)

20.19 % NEW ENDING
Shootout! The High Noon Card Game
Shootout! is a fast paced, exciting card game of western cowboy duels. Make the best hand you can before laying everything down to win. (KS link)

8.53 % ENDING
Election
Can YOU win the game of presidential politics? (KS link)

8.35 % ENDING
Sky Dynasty Strategy Card Game
Sky Dynasty is a card based strategy game for 2-5 players. It uses simultaneous play, deck building, and location control mechanics. (KS link)

4.45 % ENDING
Fantasy Football: Draft, Deals, and Dice (FF3D)
A 2 to 4 player card drafting and dice game that allows players to simulate a fantasy football season in a table top game. (KS link)

3.71 % ENDING
Mudslinger... a dirty little game of politics
Do you have what it takes to be president? (KS link)
19 projects launched within the last 7 days

1,113.67 % NEW
Guns & Steel
Guns & Steel is a civilisation building card game with unique double-sided cards. Build and defend the greatest empire in the world! (KS link)

477.10 % NEW ENDING
Small City, a new city-building game with automatic growing!
Small City is fully funded and all backers now receive free stretch goals like character meeples or new player boards ! (KS link)

301.08 % NEW
Less - Like Chess but Less!
Less is a simple strategy board game for two or four players. It's easy to learn and fun to play. (KS link)

192.82 % NEW
Trove: The Crystal Caverns
The ultimate asymmetric cave-crawling adventure where you become the brave Knight, Goblin horde, massive Dragon, or malevolent Cave. (KS link)

180.50 % NEW ENDING
Politics - 2016 Primary Expansion Pack
Introducing the Politics 2016 Primary Expansion Pack! This is your chance to play as the real-life leading candidates, quirks and all. (KS link)

162.22 % NEW
The Draco Magi Expansion
It's finally here! Expand your copy of Draco Magi with a dozen new dragons, 4 new battlefields, deck construction and drafting! (KS link)

55.84 % NEW
Booze Barons
Booze Barons is a hidden identity and deduction team game for 3-9 players set during US Prohibition. (KS link)

55.76 % NEW
The Appalachian Trail Game: Special Edition
Prepare for your own WALK IN THE WOODS with this fun new game! Play and learn LEAVE NO TRACE backpacking skills with 150 NEW CARDS! (KS link)

34.27 % NEW
Recall of Cthulhu - A Children's Memory Matching Game
A matching game with a Lovecraftian twist! Wonderful for warping young minds and driving the mad even madder! (KS link)

26.20 % NEW
Fate of Akalon: Tribes
A 2-4 player card game that takes 15-30 minutes to play. It is easy to learn with quick and surprisingly deep tactical decision making. (KS link)

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Gloom of Kilforth: A Fantasy Quest Game, 1-4 heroes, 1-3 hrs
The complete, epic, RPG-based adventure card game of gothic high fantasy for 1-4 heroes by multi-award nominated designer Tristan Hall. (KS link)

23.73 % NEW
WALLS - Race Through a Changing Maze
Race through a maze while moving the walls to block your friends and open new paths. A new kind of game for ultimate fun. (KS link)

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Zombie Sheep
A Card-Based Horror Parody Pursuit of Undead Livestock (KS link)

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Shootout! The High Noon Card Game
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18.64 % NEW
Cogs in a Machine: The Press-Your-Luck Dice Game w/ Gnomes!
Gnomes Assemble! Be the first to assemble enough components by rolling dice. A 30-40 minute game for 2-6 players. (KS link)

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Crazier Eights: Second Edition (a fantasy card game)
The first player to have zero cards in hand wins. A gateway game: a good way to introduce fantasy card games to new players. (KS link)

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Subdue the malfunctioning robots! Battle the fiery inferno! Discourage the would-be alien saboteur! Can you and your crew survive? (KS link)

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King's Night is an easy board game where there’s no winner, but only one loser. The game consists of many mini-games, rules & skills. (KS link)

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Be Legend - Ragnarok: A Board Game of Epic Conflict
Be Legend - Ragnarok is a program battle system for 2-4 players with simple mechanics and tons of strategy, plays in about 20 minutes. (KS link)


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