I tend toward these lighter, independent, and less expensive fantasy games. This looks like another fun one!
March Kickstarter of the Month
“Trekking the World” has some beautiful art and sounds like a game I could really enjoy. I love the cards that look like Polaroids!
When I started this blog, I was working on a game that I thought had some commercial potential. Unfortunately but predictably, I ran into some roadblocks during play-testing so that game is on the shelf for now.
Meanwhile, I’ve started entering game contests on Board Game Geek. This is my first contest entry, “8-bit Dungeon”. It’s a dungeon crawler with cool pixel graphics, lots of dice rolling, 8 fun monsters, treasure chests, locked doors, and magical fountains all done with only 9 cards.
Check out this forum thread on Board Game Geek for more information and links to download the print-and-play files.
February Kickstarter of the Month
I’m always a sucker for fantasy games, especially with pixel graphics.
January Kickstarter of the Month
This sounds like a fun solo-friendly tiny game. I like that it’s a long-time Print-n-Play, finally going to market.
December Kickstarter of the Month
I like that this sci-fi game focuses on exploration and survival on unique planets. Sounds like an intriguing concept.
November Kickstarter of the Month
This is simple and fast little strategy game that deserves to be created. Give it some love!
October Kickstarter of the month
This month I’ve chosen this fast-playing dungeon exploration game with beautiful art.
September Kickstarter of the month
Moonrakers sounds intriguing — especially the temporary alliances idea.
August Kickstarter of the month
Ken Jennings and Richard Garfield made a game together! Intriguing.