This week’s feature asks “who will enjoy it” and the answers certainly piqued my interest. Apparently inspired quite a lot by the Dark Souls, Vessels #2 sounds like a great fantasy story. I think this has a wide fanbase that it can reach, so check out the Kickstarter for become one.Read More
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I think the best way to pull you in to this week’s spotlight is to quote the opening paragraph of the project page:
Imagine, if you will, that all possible worlds exist and that they are just as real as the world we live in. If one’s consciousness was able (at the time of death) to suddenly escape one world, one body, and enter another, true death would only come at the moment all of those worlds cease to exist.
That was enough to grab my interest in ALTER-LIFE: The Graphic Novel (Complete Comic Series). I’m pretty sure many of you will think the same, so take a look at the Kickstarter for more.Read More
Most of you should be pretty aware that this series is pretty special for our founder, Katrina. The feature we’re bringing to you this week is the final issue of the Out Of The Attic Anthology Mini-Series. Out Of The Attic: A Teddy Bear Adventure Story is live, so check out the Kickstarter to find out more.Read More
In December of 2015 I had the opportunity to review Titans Tactics from Imbalanced Games. It quickly became one of my go to games for two players, which is actually a surprisingly rare occurrence for me. So when I learned that Imbalanced was working on a new game I was excited to see what was coming.
What was coming, you ask? The answer, my friend, is Dwarves – Dig, Delve, Die. A game of dice DWARF placement for 3-6 players, and it’s live on Kickstarter until February 16, 2017.
The components are pretty simple. You have a deck cards that represent the dwarven mine, a pile of dice that represent the dwarves, and some gold. The gold is also represented by cards in the base game, but a higher tier Kickstarter pledge will also get you a set of handmade gold nuggets.
The rules seem ridiculou...Read More