When Restoration Games asked what games you wanted to see, Fireball Island was the clear winner. After months of “We want to, but we can’t!”, the team happily announced they not only could but it would be coming to Kickstarter. And now, it’s on my table.
As tends to happen now and then, I was having a bad Thursday. Nothing was working right all day. Then I got a couple of emails that cheered me up all the way – love it when the balances are quick!
I have been wrestling with whether or not to back Nanty Narking for almost a month, and this morning I finally bit the bullet.
I haven’t been paying too much attention to Gamelyn Games Kickstarter updates, as I am still waiting for Tiny Epic Zombies here in Australia. But this morning I got a notification that Tiny Epic Mechs is live, and I just had to back a copy!
As mentioned a few weeks ago, Horizon Zero Dawn the Board Game is now live on Kickstarter. It’s a short project though – 3 weeks only to look at the pretty!
Have you ever wondered how designers thought up some of your favourite games? For the love of board games on Kickstarter now hopes to help you with this question.
I enjoy almost everything from Restoration Games to date. Stop Thief and Downforce are great games that are still fun. Their latest Kickstarter Fireball Island was a great success. But their latest project takes on 1981’s Dark Tower, and I can’t wait to see what they do with it. Currently being designed by Rob Daviau and Isaac Childers, Return to Dark Castle is slated for a Kickstarter release in 2020.
Kickstarter has been kind for Board Game adaptions of Video Games. Board games like Dark Souls and Resident Evil 2 have made over $1 Million, and another major Video Game property is about to join them on Kickstarter – Horizon Zero Dawn