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Gods of the Forbidden North: Volume #2 Crushes Kickstarter Goal in First Minutes

February 29th
Pulp Hummock Press recently launched a Kickstarter project to bring the second volume of Gods of the Forbidden North to the masses. The book continues the massive three part Old School Essentials fantasy roleplaying campaign. The project funded in its first few minutes and you can reserve a copy of the 350+ page hardcover (with digital files) for a pledge of $49.00 or get just the digital files for a $19.00 pledge through March 28th. Expected delivery is this December. Check out my first look at volume #1, beginning at the 36:34 mark of the show. (Read More)

Solstice: 90s folk horror in the dying moments of Zine Quest

February 28th
Tanya Floaker has brought an RPG about shame and burning someone alive in a wicker man as a sacrifice to bring back the sun running for a few more days in the dying moments of Kickstarter’s Zine Quest. (Read More)

The Tomb of Gyzaengaxx hits funding goal in 5 minutes on Kickstarter

February 28th
Gooey Cube, an independent TTRPG publishing company out of Colorado Springs, Colorado has launched its newest Kickstarter: The Tomb of Gyzaengaxx: Adventure and Campaign Setting. In their own words, “The enthralling and lampoony, collectible TTRPG adventure & campaign homage to Gary Gygax, authored by Luke Gygax and Alphinius Goo!” (Read More)

Kickstarter Aims to Launch The Expanse Action Figures: Sci-Fi Fans Rejoice

February 28th
Discover the upcoming Kickstarter campaign for official The Expanse action figures, designed with 18 points of articulation and detailed accessories. Join the excitement! (Read More)

Broken Sword – Shadow Of The Templars: Reforged Collector’s Edition Kickstarter Is Live

February 28th
At time of writing, the Kickstarter has raised more than A$300k, a huge figure that the team at Revolution will be no doubt blown away by. The campaign is offering three different versions of the game: Digital Collector’s Edition, Collector’s Edition Box, and Ultimate Collector’s Bundle. (Read More)

Trick or Treat Studios Launching 'House of 1000 Corpses' Game Kickstarter

February 28th
Halloween and horror collectibles maker Trick or Treat Studios has announced its plans to launch a Kickstarter to fund a new officially licensed board game inspired by Rob Zombie’s 2003 film, “House of 1000 Corpses.” Join the Firefly family in a cooperative game and decide the fate of the intruders in a unique take where you play as the villains. In either solo or co-op gameplay, you hunt down victims scattered across iconic locations from the film that must be dealt with! (Read More)

With a Brand New Expansion, Street Masters: Champion Edition makes its Kickstarter debut

February 28th
Last year, Steamforged announced that it had acquired the fan-favorite Street Masters board and IP from Blacklist Games. Now steamcraft will bring slashy versions of this game along with an extended expansion to Kickstarter now available as soon go! Street Masters: Champion Edition is described as the definitive edition with much content depending on what type of material you choose to be selected. (Read More)
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Kickstart my Art - Boneheaded Ideas from Ryan Howard

February 28th
For those of you who don’t know, I have just launched my very first Kickstarter campaign for Guts N’ Glory Vol 1. I’m nervous and excited to show you guys more of what I’m working on now that my crunch period is over, but today I wanted to take the time to discuss my thoughts on the whole Kickstarter phenomenon. Kickstarter has been with us for 15 years and it has become absolutely essential to the upstart game designer looking to get their work out there. Hell, it’s become so ubiquitous that every major RPG publisher aside from Wizards of the Coast and Paizo uses Kickstarter to fund their books. What I find perplexing is that everyone seems to just be okay with this state of affairs. I for one am not, and it is ultimately a goal of mine to eventually move beyond needing Kickstarter to produce a book. From where I sit now, this seems like a lofty goal but it’s not an impossible one. After all, it was not that long ago that nobody used Kickstarter. (Read More)
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Our Brilliant Ruin Kickstarter Remains Cultured During The End

February 27th
A new TTRPG Kickstarter has gone live. One that appears to be part of a growing trend of combining genre elements with the posh formal trappings of class-based society. This new project, Our Brilliant Ruin blends formal dresses and dinner parties with existential horror. (Read More)

A Kickstarter-backed Board Game Dying Light: The Player’s Odyssey is available

February 27th
A tabletop adaptation of Dying Light: The Board Game has been launched on Kickstarter. Glass Cannon Unplugged launched a new Kickstarter campaign for the tabletop version of Dying Light, available from four players per week and will be released on February 24th. By this new game the Runners will get into Villedor and try to avoid the Infected City. In the twist that influenced the comic game genre, Dying Light: The board games utilize 3D terrain to reflect inward parkour style of video games. Other key mechanics include dice allocation and push-your wins. As of press time, Dying Light: The Board Game has already passed 200 dollars in pledges. (Read More)
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The Tomb of Gyzaengaxx: Work for the Gyzaengaxx family

February 27th
Gooey Cube’s previous games have had serious production values and been seriously cool, and the twist on the tale here is that The Tomb of Gyzaengaxx ditches seriousness for a playful parody. The boxed mega-adventure has a special Limited Edition and that’s another reason why the Kickstarter is racing towards $200,000. (Read More)

Kickstarter Alert: Death of Comics Bookcase, Vol. 1

February 27th
A new Kickstarter is coming this Spring that comics fans might be hungry for called Death of Comics Bookcase, Vol. 1. The comics anthology will feature six stories in a 48-page collection all about killing a comic site… publically. (Read More)

Expand Your Pacific Northwest Habitats in 'Cascadia: Rolling'

February 27th
Cascadia: Rolling is a series of flip-and-roll-and-write games for 1 to 4 players, ages 10 and up, and takes about 15 to 30 minutes to play. There are two flavors: Rolling Hills and Rolling Rivers. They’re currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of $19 for one game or $35 for both games. Although they are based on the Cascadia tile-laying game, you don’t need to own (or have played) Cascadia to enjoy these. Each of the Cascadia: Rolling titles has 4 types of scoresheets of varying degrees of complexity; I think 10 and up is appropriate for the easier sheets, but the more complex sheets could be a challenge for younger kids or less experienced adults. (Read More)
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Establish Order in 'Logic & Lore'

February 27th
Logic & Lore is a light deduction game for 2 players, ages 8 and up, and takes about 10 to 30 minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of $19 for a copy of the game; there is also an $8 tier for a print-and-play version, or $39 to get the game with a play mat. The game has an easy mode and an advanced mode, so there is some flexibility for player age and experience level. (Read More)
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The Aqara U200 retrofit smart lock works with Matter and will support Apple Home Key

February 27th
Aqara has launched its Smart Lock U200 on Kickstarter, where you can currently nab the device for $209, down from the $249.99 it’ll cost you when it goes on sale later this year. According to the Kickstarter page, it will ship to backers in April. (Read More)

Massive coffee table book about Xbox on Kickstarter

February 26th
Through the years, we've seen plenty of luxurious and comprehensive coffee table books about various consoles from mainly Atari, Nintendo, Sega and Sony - often financed via Kickstarter. Three years ago on the 20th anniversary of the first Xbox, Microsoft's first console got one of those as well with a book including all games, everything there is to know about the hardware, interviews with key people, never before seen images of prototypes and a whole lot more. (Read More)

'Dying Light' Board Game Adaptation Kickstarter Launches Tomorrow [Trailer]

February 26th
Techland is bringing Dying Light to board games. The developer is teaming up with Glass Cannon Unplugged, who created Frostpunk: The Board Game, to get the ball rolling on a tabletop adaption. The game’s Kickstarter will launch tomorrow, February 27. (Read More)
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Mantic: Epic Warpath - Last Days To Get In On The Kickstarter

February 26th
Mantic’s Epic Warpath has hit it’s Kickstarter funding goal and looks to be a success — and you still have time to join in! (Read More)

'Small Town Monsters' - 2024 Kickstarter interview, with Blake Smith

February 26th
For going on 10 years, filmmaker Seth Breedlove’s “Small Town Monsters” brand has been bringing the best cryptid stories from around the country to documentary films, books, and even its own convention. And we’re there every February to talk to Seth about their annual Kickstarter! (Read More)

Lightweight Insulating Jackets: The Tech Down

February 26th
The Tech Down and MA-1 Bomber jackets from HOMI are revolutionary ultra-lightweight down jackets that combine sustainability, comfort, and style. They are made from recycled materials and filled with responsibly sourced down. They feature waterproof zippers, hidden pockets, reflective details, and adjustable hoods. They are designed to be packable, breathable, and durable. Both jackets have a unique 3M thinsulate baseline, magnetic zippers, and anti-humidity designs. (Read More)

Multifunctional Crowdfunded Hammocks: The HangPad

February 26th
The HangPad is a versatile product that combines a hammock, a sleeping pad, and a beach blanket in one. It is designed to provide comfort and convenience for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy camping, hiking, or relaxing on the beach. The HangPad is made of durable and water-resistant materials, and features a patented inflation system that allows users to adjust the firmness and shape of the pad. The HangPad can also be folded and packed into a compact and lightweight bag for easy transport. (Read More)

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