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Wolf & Hound

Wolf & Hound is a partnership card game of protecting your flock of sheep from hungry wolves. You are a shepherd in the French Alps where wolves are becoming a problem, chasing your sheep away from your pasture. It is up to your reliable hound to go find your lost sheep and bring them back! Each turn you will play a Number card which controls the movement of the Wolf or the Hound. Where ...[Read More]

Preview – ARC Continuum

ARC Continuum is an indie title by Akimbo studios that aims to produce a AAA quality game on an indie budget. Judging by my experience with the preview build, they are well on their way to achieving this goal. ARC Continuum is a third person action/adventure game set in an exciting new Sci-Fi world. With the power of the ARC device you can manipulate time and blink teleport short distances. These ...[Read More]

Tabletop Kickstarter Spotlight – June 2016

Crowdfunding is great – a way for creatives to avoid the hassle of publishing companies and other bureaucratic obstacles, instead simply making what they want and delivering it to fans. And I am not the only one who thinks so. Over the last few years, the crowdfunding phenomenon has exploded, with sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Pozible becoming flooded with projects. To help you wade th...[Read More]

Fireside 22 – An Unsafe Testing Environment

This week Dan can finally talk about Portal! Well… a little. He’s only just started down the path of enrichment so we’ll have to save the proper discussion for a future episode – at which time he’ll probably have replaced me with a companion cube :/ Alongside Portal we also chat about The Room 3, Farm Away, Build Away, Sims Freeplay and Out There: Ω Edition! Fireside ...[Read More]

Fireside 21 – Isn’t this podcast meant to be about games!?

This weeks episode begins with a discussion of Five Tribes but quickly deviates into a discussion of 3D printing and a discussion of Kickstarter expectations. We follow this up with a discussion of Steampunk Rally though so, in the long run, you’re left with the impression it was still a gaming podcast! Fireside is a weekly podcast in which Dave chats with various friends about what theyR...[Read More]

Tabletop Kickstarter Spotlight – March 2016

Crowdfunding is great – a way for creatives to avoid the hassle of publishing companies and other bureaucratic obstacles, instead simply making what they want and delivering it to fans. And I am not the only one who thinks so. Over the last few years, the crowdfunding phenomenon has exploded, with sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Pozible becoming flooded with projects. To help you wade th...[Read More]

Teaser Trailer – This War of Mine: The Board Game

This War Of Mine: The Board Game is coming to Kickstarter! As a huge fan of the video game series (see our review for PC and Console here) I’m really excited to see what they do with the board game! More info can be found on the official website

Kickstarter Creed – Nothing is certain, many things are permitted

If you’re a budding entrepreneur, have an idea for a board game you’d like to make, or have some other project and just need some money to get it off the ground, Kickstarter is the most popular platform to get your project noticed, and hopefully backed. Founded in 2009, Kickstarter has funded nearly 100,000 projects successfully, totalling just over two billion dollars pledged by backers. Everyday...[Read More]

Tabletop Kickstarter Spotlight – January 2016

Crowdfunding is great – a way for creatives to avoid the hassle of publishing companies and other bureaucratic obstacles, instead simply making what they want and delivering it to fans. And I am not the only one who thinks so. Over the last few years, the crowdfunding phenomenon has exploded, with sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Pozible becoming flooded with projects. To help you wade th...[Read More]

No Fish Kickstarter Preview

No Fish! is an upcoming tabletop card game created by 93 Made Games, a Sydney-based tabletop game developer, distributor, and publisher. 93 Made Games have created a number of projects previously, including Viewpoint, Viewpoint: Reflections and Monster Town; all of which have found moderate success amongst tabletop game players. No Fish! is a “back-to-front guessing game”, in which players must gu...[Read More]

Tabletop Kickstarter Spotlight – December 2015

Crowdfunding is great – a way for creatives to avoid the hassle of publishing companies and other bureaucratic obstacles, instead simply making what they want and delivering it to fans. And I am not the only one who thinks so. Over the last few years, the crowdfunding phenomenon has exploded, with sites such as Kickstarter, Indiegogo, and Pozible becoming flooded with projects. To help you wade th...[Read More]

Hɪrð Kickstarter Preview

Hɪrð (pronounced ‘Hirth’) is a two player, abstract strategy game which takes strong inspiration, in terms of gameplay and aesthetic, from the Viking era. It is not a game about Vikings, that is, in Hɪrð you won’t find an onslaught of lavishly decorated playing pieces adorned with mythical-fantasy Viking inspired art. Instead, Hɪrð is a game designed to “look, feel and play” like a game from the V...[Read More]

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