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Kickstarter Weekly Summary - Sunday 12th June, 2016

Mike Minutillo
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Keeping you up to date with Kickstarter Campaigns in the Tabletop Games category
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Hey there Kickers! And welcome to a full edition of Kick the Table! Where did all the campaigns go? Oh, is there a convention on next week? Origins, you say. Well then I shall limber up for next week's torrent of new campaigns. In the meantime there appears to be a Massive Darkness descending upon us.

Right now there are 215 live Kickstarter Campaigns in the Tabletop Games category (down 9 from last week). Of those, 81 (~38%) have reach their funding goal. 75 (~35%) have a related BGG page that I can find. Let's take a look, shall we?

As is tradition, we shall look at the campaigns that are ending in the next week first:
Danger! Danger! Dinosaur - is a press-your-luck dice rolling game with a prehistoric theme. On your turn you roll a handful of dice. You can keep the symbols you've got and convert them into cards or tokens OR you can reroll some/all of them. When you reroll dice you add a Dinosaur die to your pool. If you roll the dinosaur eye then your turn is over and you get nothing. Unless you have a mammoth bone to sacrifice to the dino hunting you (these are adorable wooden bones). This is the first game in a new Danger! Danger! series.
Heroes and Tricks - is an oddball trick-taking style game with a cheeky self-aware theme. In the land of Gamedor all citizens are born into one of the four suits: Card, Meeple, Die, or Token. Each trick will start the trick by placing a hero card into the game box. This box has a window which will reveal the color and suit of the card. Each player will add a new card in front and hand the box the next player. Once all players have added a card to the box all of the cards are revealed and the highest card matching the color or suit of the led card wins the trick. There's some deduction and bluffing going on here as you need to keep a handle on what's already been played and what is still out there. I'd like to try this one as it sounds pretty unique. Take a look.
Mothership - is a sci-fi themed game with a focus on dice based combat and tech tree advancement. Each fleet has 3 unique types of ship which they must use to take out their opponents base, including their incredibly powerful and versatile Mothership. The Mpthership can modify it's weapons, shields, and engines as the game progresses allowing it to meet the needs of the current board state. The board is made up of hexes featuring impassible asteroids and planets that you can capture. All in all this one looks really cool. Check it out.
Tramways - is a pick up and deliver game that occurs in the same world as Small City. It blends train games, where you are using money to build rail links and transport passengers around, with deckbuilding, where cards are acquired at auction and provide you with a number of different icons that can be used to help you with your rail empire. Couple this with a variable city layout that the players build as a part of set up and a 1920s flair and this one is very interesting.
Trick of the Rails - is a game from Japan that combines 18XX portfolio management with trick taking. Gameplay alternates between stock rounds and operating rounds. During the stock rounds cards played become shares for the players. During operating rounds the cards become track for the train companies. Companies will also get trains which will determine how many track cards each company can count for profit. Each train also costs money though so it's possible that the company won't even break even. All in all this sounds like a very clever little card game and well worth a look for the price.
Kettou - is a dexterity speed game about duelling Samurai. A number of location cards are placed on the table between the players, each representing an area of your opponent that you can hit. Each duel is between 2 players with a 3rd calling out locations. When a location is called, the first player to correctly touch it scores a strike. This one is a relaunch from earlier this year and it has reached it's funding goal.
Hoard - a group of adventurers come across a slumbering dragon atop a hoard of treasure. And so they try and grab as much loot as they can without waking the dragon... until they have what they're looking for at least. In the middle of the play area is 3 cards that represent the dragon. Each of these cards is double sided indicating whether the dragon is sleepy or wakening. The dragon is surrounds by face down treasure card and the players will move around this tableau swapping pieces of loot with their hand. You can make noise to wake up the dragon (3 times and the game ends) and you can even threaten each other with weapons to steal things. The player with the best loot when the dragon wakes wins.
WordStacker - is a card game with a wordy theme. On the table will be a grid of 4 letter words spelled out with cards (one letter per card) and you will have a hand of letters and actions. Some of the action cards are Score cards that let you earn points by being able to complete a challenge listed on the card. The other cards are Sabotage! cards that you use to muck with your opponents.
Princes of the Renaissance - is a reprint of a Martin Wallace (Person Number 6!!!!) game from 2003. The players represent minor Condottiere princes in Renaissance Italy. Over the course of the game the players will gain interests in each of the 5 major cities on the central board. Each of these interests will in some way improve your engine. Over time these 5 cities may declare war on each other and the players will bid to decide who will represent each city and win/or lose, if you fight you will get paid. And there's treachery (like there are actual treachery components!). Want to make sure the Pope is on the right side of a war? Why not bribe him? Players can negotiate over basically anything and are encouraged to do so.
Movie Plotz! - is a pitching game about movies. Players start with a simple plot (just a sentence) but as new cards get added the movie concept gets weirder and weirder and you have to keep redoing the pitch making it more and more exciting each time. Somehow this reminds me Scott of the Sahara

Continuing with the traditional approach we'll see what just launched in the last week:
Conspiracy: Uprising - is a card game of deception and deduction as the players represent corrupt politicians rallying for control of a newly fallen nation. The Mastermind wants to become the new dictator, The Specialist is manipulating things behind the scenes, The Capitalist want to get rich, and the Anarchists just want to be free men. Once everyone has their goal card they are also dealt 2 coins and 2 voting cards (support and deny). After this there is an Exchange phase where players can bribe other players or stealing coins from them. When you bribe a player you give them a coin and an indicator card showing who you want them to support/deny. After everyone has had a go at the exchange phase, there is an election. At the end of the round, only one role can win. Secret Identities must remain secret while the game tries to uncover them otherwise the Villains will have a much easier time targeting you.
Central City: Heroes - is a co-op superhero board game. Each player will combine a Player Board with a Super Power and a Secret identity to create their own unique hero. You will be running around a randomly created city stopping plots, fighting villains, and taking out nemeses. You will be aided by ally heroes and items that you encounter throughout the city. Complete 5 missions of increasing difficulty. I'm really into this one. I love a super-hero theme, I love the mechanism of building your hero out of a few different components (and the upgrades that come from each of those), I love that secret identities are included, I love recruiting allies and pounding enemies, I love the artwork... I love this.
Earthos - is a sci-fi strategy game where 2-6 alien races will fight for dominance in a modular universe of hexes. Each race has unique abilities and there is a tech tree for you to upgrade your stuff and get the edge over the other races. The artwork on this one is very nice but the gameplay details on the campaign page are pretty scarce. There's a link to a rulebook but I haven't yet had a chance to read through it.
Nova Cry - has previously funded on Kickstarter once before. This campaign is for a 2nd printing. This is a sci-fi strategic card game. Players start with a captain, a ship, a weapon, and 3 crew and then race to score victory points. How do you score points? How would you like to? You can explore strange new worlds, challenge other captains to a duel, ferry goods from world to world, or go on diplomatic envoy missions. It's up to you. And all in a beautifully illustrated card game that only takes 30 minutes to play.
Airlines - in the 1960s, the players are trying to get their fledgling airline off the ground and become the first class of air travel. Through the game you will found new airports, purchase new planes, improve your existing planes (by literally adding 3d component pieces together), and construct supporting buildings. Over the course of the game, passengers will rock up and through hand management you will pick up and deliver these jetsetters. You should check out the campaign page just to see the amazing 3d plane pieces and the luggage meeples.
Sera - is a strategic board and card game. Each player begins with a nation, a class and a fighting style that helps then put together a starting deck. Each player will start out holding 6 hexes on a modular board. By managing their hand of cards and taking over strategic points of interest on the board they will claim victory points and ultimately win the game. All of this takes place against a renaissance fantasy world where a catastrophe has darkened the skies but new technologies are beginning to combat that. The most valuable resource is a form of crystal called Miluer which emits heat and light. There are 12 different personalities, 4 nations (of 9 in the setting) and 8 different fighting-styles.
Freeway Warrior - isn't a board game and normally wouldn't be included in this list. BUT IT'S FREAKIN' FREEWAY WARRIOR! Joe (Lone Wolf) Dever wrote these game books back in the late 80s. Reading these choose-your-own-adventure style books you got to play as Cal Phoenix, Freeway Warrior, who must scout post-apocalyptic Texas trying to find a safe route for the rag-tag band of colonists whose very survival depends on you! Along the way you had to use skills like Driving, Stealth, and Shooting. I'm really excited by this one and tempted to spring for all four as hardcovers. The production values look nice with very cool illustrations. Apparently the Lone Wolf books have been doing very well in Swedish. Who knew?!
Lab Wars - is a science themed card game where you want to build up your lab and sabotage your opponents for scientific glory! Players start with a lab of characters and item cards. Each round players will try to sabotage each other and then purchase lab item cards (from their hand) which can be combined to create combos. These combos can be used to purchase Impact Cards that are needed to win the game.
Into the Black - is a semi-co-operative, tile laying exploration game with a space pirate theme. You and your plucky band of ruthless pirates have blasted an airlock and come aboard a ship with the intent of taking the bridge. Everyone has a secret reason to be a part of this raiding party though so while you're taking out the enemy crew and looking for a way on to the bridge make sure you are fulfilling your own personal objective. Combat is based on dice rolls with modifiers coming from special abilities and other cards. As a lover of space and semi-co-ops I am very intrigued.
White Lightning - Build a bootleg empire across 4 states without running afoul of the law. Each player controls a collection of stills and cards running bootleg operations out of the Smokey Mountains. There are 4 sheriffs and 3 revenuers moving semi-randomly through the area so you'll need to avoid them along with the other players as you deliver whiskey to dry towns, purchase new stills and cars, and upgrade your infrastructure over 15 turns. The player with the most valuable bootleg empire after that is the winner.
Sea Turtle Scurry - It's a racing game with baby sea-turtles! Each Players will start at the nest and will take turns playing cards and laying tiles to race for the coveted ocean tile. On your turn you can either play 1 card for it's effect or multiple cards for their scurry value. Scurrying is how you move and each tile is made up of nine squares with different terrain on them that is easier or hard to move across. Neat.
Massive Darkness - It has 10,000 backers. There is a high liklihood you are one of them. This is a purely co-operative Dungeon Crawl board game from Cool Mini Or Not. Up to 6 players will each select a hero and a class and then delve their way into a dungeon full of nasty foes. As you go you will be able to level up and learn new skills. In the darkness you will fight mobs of creatures who are led by bosses and even face terrifying Roaming Monsters which are likely to require teamwork to bring down. All combat is resolved with a single dice pool roll keeping turns fast and players engaged. I still have never backed a CMoN project but this one is extremely tempting. It has as TON of stuff in it due to unlocks already. Oh and they have a Weretiger. A WERETIGER!
BLANK MARRY KILL - is a silly party game from the team behind Superfight. The idea is that a judge starts with the basic actions in front of them: Screw, Marry, and Kill. They then draw a new action to replace one of these. The example on the campaign page is "Share a Prison Cell With". Once the 3 actions are established the judge draws 3 characters and must assign one to each action. The other players will bet on what you will do and can play cards like "Always in a Violent Rage" or "Gives Great Massages" to try and influence your decision. Correct guesses by the other players earn them point but who cares you are probably all wiping away tears of laughter by now anyway.
Exoplanets - is a space-exploration and life development game that funded on Kickstarter last year. Well now it's back and being brought to North America by Greater Than Games. Players are going to add new planets to a solar system, terraform these planets in different ways, and then create and evolve lifeforms on them. It definitely looks really striking on the table and I'd be keen to try this out.
HOPE - is a semi-co-operative sci-fi game in which the player are working together to terraform galaxies before they can be wiped out The Regression. Interestingly each of the hexes is divided into 3 sections of different colors. On your turn you can move into an adjacent hex while staying on the same color OR you can "polarize" and change colors. All the while you are trying to drop pioneers off on worlds within the galaxy to try and fully terraform the tile before The Regression advances too far and destroys it. Over the course of the game you can earn medals which can be spent on improvements or to give you one time bonuses. The game looks absolutely gorgeous but I must admit I am a bit confused about the gameplay. Luckily there is a Rahdo Runthrough!
Honeycombs - is a family oriented set of tiles with 3 different game modes. Each tile is a hex with different symbols on each side. Most of the game modes offer different variations around putting together a honeycomb where the symbols on adjacent tiles match up. The basic pledge comes with plastic tiles but it's a pretty small jump to get the beautiful bamboo version. Check it out.
Far East War 1592 - does such a good job of explaining itself in it;s very first paragraph that I'm just going to quote them:
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Far East War 1592 is a strategic war game for 2 or 4 players. Players resuming the Japanese forces and the Korea/Ming alliance will fight over the control on the Korean Peninsula. With the rondel mechanic of action selection, over 30 characters with special abilities to reinforce your army, and tactical balance between deployment of troops and resource supply, only the most skillful player will win the war.
Kickstarter creators pay attention! It should be at least this easy for people to get what your campaign is about in the first paragraph!
Wayward - in contrast to how easy it is to figure out Far East War 1592 we have Wayward. I have no idea what this game is. You are a person who has been beset by evil. You must make "A deal" to gain supernatural powers in exchange for your memories in order to overcome this evil. I gather there are cards. There seems to be a map. There are 13 pledge levels and I don't know which ones are even the game. IS THIS A GAME? Who knows.
Fallen Angel - is a relaunch of an area control/worker placement game that uses dice for workers that was on Kickstarter just recently. Players will take turns placing dice onto one of the 9 regions of the central board. Dice might be used to mine gems from the city that is plummeting out of the sky, or powering various systems on your airship. Speaking of, your airship is going to move across the land picking up people and rescuing them (there is a city falling out of the sky after all) and dominating the lands. At the end of each round each of the worker placement regions are looked at to see which player has the most dominance there and VP are awarded accordingly. The whole this is set in this really appealing anime-style steampunk world. Check it out.
Saving Time and Gods of Adventure - is a campaign for two games by designer Richard Launius. Saving Time is a coperative game where players will jump to different points in the past to repair damage done to our timeline by an alien threat. Not content with fixing things you will be collecting the information needed to stop the alien menace once and for all. Gods of Adventure is a sem-co-op card game where each player is a god using a team of adventurers to delve into a dungeon. Players will have to work together to overcome the hazards of the dungeon but at the end of the day there can only be one supreme being.

And that's all I have for you this week (is that not enough?) What are you backing at the moment? Are you caught in the shadow of Massive Darkness? Or perhaps one of the other great campaigns has caught your eye. Drop a comment below and tell us.

Today I played the second adventure of The Lord of the Rings: The Card Game. I have played the first adventure a few times to get the hang of the game and found it to be laughably easy. Imagine my surprise at the brutal smackdown the second adventure had in store for me. First turn Troll! My starting party didn't have quite enough threat to attract it's attention but then the very first card turned over by the Quest Deck was a treachery that put me over the line and suddenly I had troll in my face. By the time I'd gotten rid of it, it was too late. I was done for. I've also picked up a core set of Android: Netrunner and I have a core set of A Game of Thrones: The Card Game (Second Edition) on the way. I also kind of want to pick up core sets of Star Wars: The Card Game and Warhammer 40,000: Conquest and try them all out before I pick an LCG to go with. And then there are the rumors of an Arkham Horror themed co-op LCG coming. I love collecting card games. Who let me consider LCGs!

Be sure to check out kickthetable.com for your daily dose of Kickstarter Campaigns in the Tabletop Games category. And be back here next week for another amazing edition of Kick the Table! (There should be Mistborn: House War in it!)

Your kickstarter weekly summary for Sunday Jun 12 2016
10 projects ending in the next 3 days
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244.37 % ENDING
Tramways : Trains, Passengers, and Happiness in the 20's
Pick up, deliver, win auctions, build networks, transport passengers, lead the transit revolution with the latest technology: TRAMWAYS! (KS link)
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149.75 % ENDING
Heroes and Tricks
An on-the-go, card game like you've never played before designed with Jon Gilmour! Unique, play anywhere, custom box. (KS link)
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149.67 % NEW ENDING
Danger! Danger! Dinosaur
In this first episode of the Danger! Danger! series, players find themselves transported to a wild prehistoric fantasy land! (KS link)
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122.29 % ENDING
Mothership - Tabletop Combat Game
A 2-6 player sci-fi board game. Lead your fleet into battle. Conquer planets. Research technology. Ensure the survival of your colony. (KS link)
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108.27 % ENDING
WeQu - The card game for people who want to know people
WeQu is a fun card game to get to know people in minutes while revealing the best qualities about yourself – for relationship and work. (KS link)
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106.79 % ENDING
[thing=]SOCIALISM: The Game[/thing]
The unofficial expansion to Hasbro's Monopoly, where everyone achieves total economic equality! It's a Game Changer. (KS link)
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98.59 % ENDING
The Princess and the Goblin - A Game of Daring Escape
Trapped! Can you flip the right tiles to escape the goblin kingdom? A family-game based on the classic story for 1-4 players. (KS link)
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65.45 % ENDING
Adorable to Horrible
A delightfully twisted board game for 2-4 adults, featuring cute animals turning bad! Easy to learn & play...Perfect for parties! (KS link)
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23.40 % ENDING
Wasteland Justice!
Wasteland Justice is a fun 2-4 player vehicle combat racing game, which lasts around 25 minutes per player. (KS link)
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7.00 % ENDING
Pyrates: Curse of Neptune
Take your crew to the tabletop, to fight off other players and defend your crew. Eliminate all other players to rule the Seven Seas. (KS link)
17 projects ending in the next 10 days
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715.38 % ENDING
Xia: Embers of a Forsaken Star
Expands the universe of Xia. Pre-painted miniatures! New Sectors! New Missions! A 1-5 player sandbox-style space adventure! (KS link)
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416.20 % ENDING
SiXeS & Elevenses: Two new $9 EGGs from Eagle-Gryphon Games
Only $9 each! Play with One to Forty Players! Elevenses for One is two great Solitaire Games. SiXeS is a super-fun party game for many! (KS link)
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317.40 % NEW ENDING
Movie Plotz! The Original Game, Sequel and Bonus Features!
A creative and cinematic card game that fits in your pocket. The original version & the sequel are available. $8 each and 2 for $15! (KS link)
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257.99 % ENDING
Trick of the Rails
A trick taking, stock holding, track laying card game for 3-5 investors in the era of American railroads! (KS link)
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227.03 % ENDING
World Championship Russian Roulette by Anthony Burch
The press-your-luck bluffing game with simultaneous play that will blow your mind! From the creative mind of Anthony Burch. (KS link)
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152.04 % ENDING
Knuckle Sammich - Kobolds Ate My Card Game!!!
King Torg (ALL HAIL KING TORG!) wants lunch. Can you eat a delicious sammich before being eaten by your friends or worse... King Torg?! (KS link)
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121.87 % ENDING
Kettou - A Samurai Reflex Dueling Card Game
A Samurai Themed Dueling Reflex and Strategy Game for 2-8 players. Defeat your opponents with quick reflexes and a sharp mind! (KS link)
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103.15 % ENDING
Princes of the Renaissance - Reprint!
A modern classic, Martin Wallace's Princes of the Renaissance returns to print in a new Mercury Games edition! (KS link)
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102.74 % ENDING
Police Precinct: ONLINE!
Police Precinct goes Mobile like nothing else! Come join the Cardboard & Digital Crime Fighting Extravaganza!!! (KS link)
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96.82 % ENDING
Hoard
A casual card game: The fearsome dragon slumbers atop a pile of plundered treasures. What can you get away with before the beast wakes? (KS link)
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46.65 % ENDING
BattleBo - Capture the castle to win the battle.
Challenge opponents to this exhilarating game of conquest using rock, paper, scissors. Play anywhere: heads-up or tournament style. (KS link)
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45.68 % ENDING
Mastermind's Workshop: A Game of Gnomish Tinkering
A fast-paced, steampunk slugfest. Gather resources & build/battle bots to defend your workshop & become the Master's apprentice. (KS link)
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29.68 % ENDING
Uncle Web Knows Best - Pop Culture Party Trivia Game
UWKB is a hand-held, pop-culture trivia card game for hipsters, seniors, teens and families.

All you need is a smart phone. (KS link)
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25.10 % ENDING
Trigger Discipline
Trigger Discipline is a mix-and-match tactical card game designed to capture the intensity of a gunsword duel. (KS link)
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21.17 % ENDING
Elevator
A fun family card game for kids and adults. Going up or down, this awesome themed card game is easy to learn and fun to play! (KS link)
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19.33 % ENDING
Rustle: the Card Game - casual gaming with a farmyard theme
Rustle your way to victory in this competitive casual card game that’s equal parts strategy and luck. Suitable for 3 to 6 players. (KS link)
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5.58 % ENDING
OMNI - Tactical Board Game
A dice-less and competitive board game about outsmarting your enemies with a magnetic controller! 2+ players. (KS link)
17 projects launched within the last 7 days
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626.20 % NEW
Massive Darkness
A dungeon crawl board game with no game master. Explore the darkness for loot and experience, facing hordes of awesome miniatures. (KS link)
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518.88 % NEW
Lab Wars - The science themed card game for 2-4 competitors
Build your own lab, conduct experiments and sabotage your competitors! Lab Wars is a new card game with a unique science theme! (KS link)
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317.40 % NEW ENDING
Movie Plotz! The Original Game, Sequel and Bonus Features!
A creative and cinematic card game that fits in your pocket. The original version & the sequel are available. $8 each and 2 for $15! (KS link)
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149.67 % NEW ENDING
Danger! Danger! Dinosaur
In this first episode of the Danger! Danger! series, players find themselves transported to a wild prehistoric fantasy land! (KS link)
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142.13 % NEW
Airlines - Golden Age of Aviation
Start your own Airline, Expand your Fleet, build new Terminals and Dominate the sky. 60' to play, Easy to learn. 42+ Huge Plane parts. (KS link)
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130.51 % NEW
Fallen Angel
A highly strategic Eurogame played with dice. (KS link)
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115.66 % NEW
HOPE - The Board Game
Do you feel like saving the world with your friends in your free time ?
45-60 minutes, meta-cooperative game for 2-4 players. (KS link)
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114.03 % NEW
Santa VS Jesus - The EPIC Card Game
Whose side are you on, Team Santa or Team Jesus? In this epic card game, battle for the most believers and ultimately rule Christmas! (KS link)
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80.58 % NEW
Nova Cry: A 30-minute Sci-Fi Card Game (2nd printing!)
A gorgeous sci-fi card game for 2-6 players, combining all the excitement of a big 4X game! Just $29. (KS link)
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75.12 % NEW
Exoplanets - A planetary life-development board game
Become the cosmic architect of a solar system! Create and develop life on planets in this 2-4 player, 45-60 minute board game! (KS link)
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49.50 % NEW
Central City: Heroes - Relaunch
Central City: Heroes is a co-operative table top board game for 1-4 players. Each player takes on the role of a unique Superhero! (KS link)
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38.26 % NEW
Saving Time and Gods of Adventure - Two Games!
Two great games adventure games! Compete to become the Supreme Being or save time itself from an alien menace. Tons of stretch goals! (KS link)
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25.88 % NEW
Sea Turtle Scurry
The game of baby sea turtles scurrying to the ocean. Lay tiles, play cards, and race with your friends to reach the ocean! (KS link)
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23.64 % NEW
Far East War 1592
Far East War 1592 is a strategic wargame with card-deployed legions and dice-driven combat for 2 or 4 players. (KS link)
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13.90 % NEW
Honeycombs: the fast-paced game of connections.
A fun game for the whole family. Using speed and strategy, players race to build the biggest honeycomb! It's the bees knees! (KS link)
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11.27 % NEW
Into the Black: A Game of Space Piracy
Breach the airlock, blow the doors, plunder the ship & survive!
A Semi-Cooperative game of Space Piracy for 1-4 players aged 13+ (KS link)
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2.35 % NEW
Earthos
The armies of Earthos brace for a galaxy-wide war in this strategy board game for 2-6 players! (KS link)


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