I’m wandering off the trail again. This time to the classics. Here’s a beautiful and compact chess set that caught my eye.
Author: Robert Lausevic
January Kickstarter of the Month
Something a little different this month. A ch00se-your-own adventure book for grownups with commensurate complexity. Looks amazing.
December Kickstarter of the month
Not a game this time but a really nice looking and practical gaming accessory. I can see why it is popular!
November Kickstarter of the Month
I love the gorgeous retro artwork on this family game. Those are some great looking components too.
October Kickstarter of the Month
This looks like a fun family deckbuilder so I couldn’t resist.
September Kickstarter of the Month
I thought the new idea I’m working on, a solo legacy deckbuilder, was pretty unique; but of course, ideas never are. This looks like a great implementation of that idea and it’s clear that there is obviously a good-sized market for solo games!
August Kickstarter of the Month
I’m taking a break from games this month to highlight this beautifully illustrated collection of fantasy books that I just backed. Take a look!
July Kickstarter of the Month
I tend to like my games pretty small and lightweight but this one caught my eye because the page was so well laid out, the video was so clear, and, it actually embodies some of the ideas I’ve played around with for 4X games.
June Kickstarter of the Month
It’s nice to see a game from the BoardGameGeek contests get published! I’ve played Mini Rogue and loved the tough die-and-you-lose element. Luckily it’s a fast and easy-to-setup game so that doesn’t feel too drastic. Check this one out!
May Kickstarter of the Month
I love small games, especially when the art is as fun as this. I’ve signed up to support this game and can’t wait to play it only a couple months.