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The Gorgon's Loch - Save your Souls, Defeat the Gorgon Queen Kickstarter Spotlight

December 3rd - via: everythingboardgames.com
The Gorgon's Loch is a fun, quickstart, easy-to-learn, hard-to-master, dungeon adventure board game for the whole family. The Gorgon's Loch will be live on KICKSTARTER until Sat, January 30 2021 12:00 PM PST, and has a funding goal of $21,285. (Read More)

The best crowdfunding campaigns to check out in December 2020

December 2nd - via: knowtechie.com
What’s the worst thing about the majority of bags for everyday use? Gura Gear knows all of the usual issues, and Chobe 2.0 aims to fix every single one. It’s got over 20 compartments for everything from chargers to cables to your laptop, to anything else you might need. If you’ve always suspected that the only thing holding you back from esports greatness is the speed you’re able to click your mouse buttons, you might actually have a point. Impulse was created to shortcut your ingame actions, so you shoot when you intended to, not when your reaction times and finger allows you to. (Read More)

Bill Plympton Launches Kickstarter for New Feature 'Slide'

December 2nd - via: animationmagazine.net
Indie animation icon Bill Plympton is crowdfunding a new feature-length project, Slide, inspired by his Oregon upbringing and love of country music. Slide centers on a slide guitar-playing cowboy of the same name, who shows up in a corrupt 1940s logging town in the Oregon forest to battle a pair of evil twins and save the village of Sourdough Creek. (Read More)
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Kickstarter campaign seeks funds to document rise of craft breweries in Montana

December 2nd - via: sidneyherald.com
SocialFlixx, a Helena-based video-marketing business, is embarking on a feature-length documentary about the craft-beer industry in Montana. The Montana Brewery Passport Documentary, an independent film about all 94 of the state's operational breweries, will begin filming in spring 2021, if its Kickstarter campaign is successful. (Read More)

TurkeyStone Launches Via Kickstarter

December 2nd - via: homeworldbusiness.com
The TurkeyStone, a new kitchen tool designed for roasting, has made its debut on Kickstarter. The ceramic body is designed to warm up quickly to become its own heat source to cook a turkey from the inside, while the consumer’s oven or grill cooks it from the outside. (Read More)
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Kobold Press impresses Kickstarter with the 5e-powered Southlands

December 2nd - via: geeknative.com
Enter the realm of the god-kings and jinn with Kobold Press’ D&D 5e-powered Southlands setting. The Southlands Worldbook is the setting, everything you need to run D&D-powered adventures there. City of Cats and Tales Beneath the Sands are both adventure books so you can run adventures without first needing to write them and the Player’s Guide adds in heroic options, subclasses and races. (Read More)

Tall Tales is like Cards Against Humanity, but for whimsical storytelling

December 2nd - via: dicebreaker.com
Write a fantasy story with friends in Tall Tales, an upcoming board game that has players responding to prompt cards with writing. Tall Tales sees three to 12 players working together to write a story using a deck of cards as inspiration, with individual players attempting to gather the most votes on their entries. In a similar fashion to party game, Cards Against Humanity, the group draws a series of cards designed to provide prompts for players to write answers to. (Read More)
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Let’s Summon Demons and other parody books by Steven Rhodes are now board games

December 2nd - via: dicebreaker.com
Reimagined children’s activity books created by graphic designer Steven Rhodes - including Let’s Summon Demons - are being turned into a series of board games. Inspired by the otherwise innocent activity books made popular during the 1970s and ‘80s, the trilogy of board games feature artwork created by Rhodes and will be based on three of the macabre books already published as part of the Creepy Collection. (Read More)
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Kingdom of Night is a pixel-art action RPG set in the 80s where you take to the streets to save your small town from Baphomet

December 2nd - via: rpgsite.net
Publisher Dangen Entertainment and developer Black Seven Studios have released a new trailer and details for Kingdom of Night, a pixel-art action RPG set in the 80s where you take to the streets to save your small town from Baphomet. The game is set to release in 2021 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC (Steam, GOG). (Read More)

Kickstarter Wonk: December, 2020

December 2nd - via: cannibalhalflinggaming.com
The game designers are hard at work, and just in time for the holiday season we have a complete slate of Kickstarters! Ten Kickstarters, emerging from the quagmire known as 2020. (Read More)

1994 Steve Jackson Card Game Spawns Illuminati Confirmed Video Game Kickstarter

December 1st - via: thegamer.com
San Francisco-based RadioFree.net recently launched a Kickstarter campaign for its first large-scale project, to produce the video game Illuminati Confirmed. If the title Illuminati Confirmed sounds familiar, it may be that you remember the original award-winning 1994 Steve Jackson Games card game Illuminati: New World Order. RadioFree.net owner and operator Derek Pearcy, who helped produce the original card game, has licensed the game from SJG and is basing Illuminati Confirmed off its gameplay. (Read More)
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NEWS WATCH: Mirka Andolfo Launches Kickstarter for SWEET PAPRIKA Statue

December 1st - via: comic-watch.com
In celebration of their upcoming Image Comics series and animated series SWEET PAPRIKA, bestselling comic creator Mirka Andolfo (Mercy, Unnatural) has announced a Kickstarter for a statue of the titular demonic character. Standing seven inches tall and as sensual and defiant as her two-dimensional inspiration, the Sweet Paprika statue was 3-D sculpted by Andrew Hickinbottom (Hasbro, Nexus Studios, Microsoft, EA, Coca Cola) and produced by Infinite Statue. (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Make Your Constellation 'Twinkle'

December 1st - via: geekdad.com
Twinkle is a dice-drafting game for 2 to 4 players, ages 8 and up, and takes about 15 minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of €30 (about $36 USD) for a copy of the game; there are additional tiers to get a second set of dice or extra add-ons like a leather dice tray or velvet dice bag. (Read More)
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Top Cow Relaunches Witchblade, Vol. 2 Hardcover Hits Kickstarter (Exclusive)

November 30th - via: cbr.com
Top Cow Productions announced it's relaunching Witchblade, with a hardcover edition of The Complete Collection Vol. 2 heading to Kickstarter. The new Witchblade is written by Marguerite Bennett, with art by Ariela Kristantina, colors by Bryan Valenza and letters by Troy Peteri. The #1/2 preview issue will be a Kickstarter exclusive, with a cover by co-creator Marc Silvestri -- who'll sign every hardcover -- and backers' names printed in the thank you section. (Read More)
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The Well is a tabletop RPG about underground gravediggers from a former D&D developer

November 30th - via: dicebreaker.com
Uncover riches in abandoned underground crypts by playing The Well, an upcoming roleplaying game from an ex-developer for Dungeons & Dragons, Peter Schaefer. The Well is a tabletop roleplaying game that sees players becoming a crew of gravediggers who pursue the dangerous profession of searching for wealth amongst the crypts of the dead. (Read More)
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#695 – Tall Tales [Preview]

November 30th - via: whatsericplaying.com
In Tall Tales, you are playing as competitive storyweavers, each trying to contribute to a shared story you’re writing together! Given a prompt, you’ll first generate a quest. After that, you’ll write three scenes together to give the story a beginning, middle, and end. You’ll have to vote to determine what goes where and whose story deserves to be told. Will you be able to prove to your co-players that your writing is truly superlative? (Read More)
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XtendTouch Pro AMOLED 4K portable monitor hits Kickstarter

November 30th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
The XtendTouch Pro has been created to provide users with a truly portable 4K display offering vivid colors, ultra-fast response time, and lightweight design. It’s ideal for next-gen on-the-go creating and gaming. (Read More)

YouTube creator Jacksfilms turns hit YIAY series into a party board game

November 30th - via: dicebreaker.com
Create the funniest response to a friend’s prompt in YIAY: The Board Game, a tabletop version of the comedy show hosted by YouTube creator Jacksfilms. A party game for three to eight people, YIAY: The Board Game - otherwise known as Yesterday I Asked You - sees players attempting to provide the best answers to a series of questions focused around contemporary topics and themes. (Read More)
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A cattle drive to hell and back with the Deadlands Kickstarter: Blood Drive

November 29th - via: geeknative.com
Blood Drive was previously three separate digital Deadlands adventures from John Goff. Now, in a new Kickstarter from Pinnacle Entertainment, the cattle drive to hell and back is getting a new edition. The timing is spot-on as the new Deadlands edition is at the printer, shipping early 2021 and the pledge manager is still open so it’s not too late to join the weird west experience. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Kickstarter Launched for Jon Sable, Freelance Deluxe Omnibus Set

November 29th - via: cbr.com
Ahead of Christmas 2020, Jon Sable, Freelance creator Mike Grell is launching a Kickstarter campaign for a five-part, deluxe hardcover omnibus collection of the classic independent comic book. Grell is launching the Jon Sable, Freelance Deluxe Omnibus Set Kickstarter through his Masterstroke Studios imprint (Read More)

Short Film POINT ZERO Launches a Kickstarter Campaign

November 29th - via: broadwayworld.com
Point Zero, a new film about human freedom based on true facts about WW2, has launched a Kickstarter campaign. The movie was filmed at the former concentration camp of Pavlos Melas in Thessaloniki and it is based on true facts from WW2. (Read More)

Magfaster Magnetic Touchpad Introduced by Kickstarter offers Seamless Wireless Charging

November 29th - via: gizmochina.com
Often, using the phone while charging becomes a bit difficult due to the USB cable restriction. To resolve this issue and offer added convenience, the Fobase introduced Magfaster Magnetic charger through Kickstarter. It is designed to charge all smartphones wirelessly in a quick and secure manner. (Read More)

Monsters and magic: Shotglass Rounds

November 29th - via: geeknative.com
Following the success of Kal-Zar’s Bane, which was 7 one-shot adventures, the Laidback DM has returned to Kickstarter with a set of three. The latest Shotglass Rounds are adventures for D&D 5e, complete with 2 new monsters, 2 new magic items and maps (with and without grids). (Read More)

Manipulate a kingdom with medieval medicine in social deduction game Four Humours

November 27th - via: dicebreaker.com
Influence a kingdom’s worth of patients by distributing personality potions in upcoming board game Four Humours, inspired by medieval medical practices. Four Humours is a social deduction game for two to six players based on the healthcare beliefs of medieval Europe. (Read More)
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Comedy Sequel COMMANDO NINJA II: INVASION AMERICA Promises Even More Over The Top Action

November 27th - via: dreadcentral.com
Following on from the success of Commando Ninja, a Kickstarter campaign has now been launched to finance a sequel called Commando Ninja II: Invasion America. The sequel will once again be directed by Benjamin Combes, but unlike the first film, it will mainly be shot on location instead of using of a green screen. If the campaign reaches its £44,594 goal, the plan is to film in Utah and Thailand, with a strong focus on practical effects instead of CGI, meaning we can expect plenty of over the top gore. (Read More)

Blood and Plunder Review

November 27th - via: techraptor.net
Blood and Plunder from Firelock Games started life as a successful Kickstarter and has since had 2 expansions, including the most recent successful Kickstarter, a tie-in fleet battle game, and also a WWII game using the same system. (Read More)
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Cybershoes for Oculus Quest preview: A leg up in VR

November 27th - via: shacknews.com
With the release of the Oculus Quest and the even more successful Quest 2, entirely wire-free all-in-one solutions have become a more viable reality. With that in mind, the developers behind Cybershoes have returned with a wireless version of the product specifically built for use with the Oculus Quest and Quest 2. (Read More)
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SnapWatch kids watch hits Kickstarter

November 27th - via: geeky-gadgets.com
If you are searching for a rugged kids watch you may be interested in a new design which has been launched via Kickstarter this week, called SnapWatch. Specifically designed to provide a funky, colourful, wearable kids watch that’s features not only a flexible display technology but also a comfortably wrap around strap that is easy to put on and take off when needed. (Read More)
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Dreadful Realms 5E Dark Fantasy Setting Rises Up Through Kickstarter

November 27th - via: thegamer.com
Dreadful Realms: Caverns of the Wise Minister is a dark fantasy fifth edition setting that recently launched its Kickstarter adventure, with a host of excellent tabletop roleplaying game creators involved in its development. According to the project’s video and notes, Caverns of the Wise Minister is a dark fantasy setting for 5E that takes place in the Underworld, halfway between the realms of life and death. You’ll roleplay as a citizen of Sepulcher, a city of lost souls, “plucked from their homes on the surface, trying to forge a new life in the darkness of the Underworld.” (Read More)

Tourney - the medieval tournament simulator is now on Kickstarter

November 27th - via: ind13.com
Tourney will allow you to build various structures to keep your medieval visitors happy. Hog roasts, pie sellers, or just wine and ale vendors to get them drunk! You’ll be able to build structures for knights as well, such as event areas for 3 disciplines: Melee, Archery and Jousting. In Tourney, you are not only taking on the role of the manager: building things and hiring staff, but you are also the head of a noble house. For example, you can meddle with the running orders of events, you can buy them equipment or potions, or you can just train them to be better! (Read More)

Immersive Battle Atlas: Tanner Yarro returns to Kickstarter with another tabletop innovation

November 27th - via: geeknative.com
Previously, Yarro Studio has Kickstarted open flat map books and even invented a forever dungeon. Now the designer, Tanner Yarro is back on Kickstarter with a whacky advert and another tabletop maps innovation; an immersive battle atlas. (Read More)

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