Battle Card

A project in Oxfordshire, UK by Postmark Games

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A series of print at home micro solitaire games from legendary wargame designers David Thompson and Nils Johansson.
Backers: 3891
Average Pledge Per Backer: £4

Funded: £15,803 of £1,000
Dates: Sep 19th -> Oct 1st (12 days)
Project By: Postmark Games
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Latest News

Thank you for a wonderful campaign! Next steps

October 1st - via:
We did it! Over 3,800 backers are helping make Battle Card Series 1 a reality. Thank you to everyone that backed, played, talked about and shared Battle Card over the past 12 days. As a small publisher your support really does mean everything.  What... (Read More)

Fun options for printing + final 48 hours

September 29th - via:
Hey everyone, Rory here again We're now coming up to the final 48 hours of the Battle Card campaign. It's been great seeing the enthusiasm and excitement for these games and we can't wait for you to start playing them. If you know of anyone who might... (Read More)

Help shape the future of our games

September 28th - via:
Hey folks, Rory here Todays update is a little different. As Battle Card represents something new for Postmark Games, we wanted to take this opportunity to get to know our backers better.  We've put together some questions that would really help us... (Read More)

Battle Card Challenges!!

September 27th - via:
Following up on David's explanation (Update #3) on the origin story behind Battle Cards, we thought that we would talk a little bit more of the scope and the opportunities provided by the games in Series 1. It’s useful to remind that the design... (Read More)

Map 3 revealed! Take the battle to Mortain

September 25th - via:
Hi all, David here once again. Today we have an extremely exciting update - the Map 3 reveal. Remember, this game will be available with The Malayan Campaign and Moro River at the end of the Kickstarter campaign. The Battle of Mortain (August 7th to... (Read More)

Take a Look at Battle Card in Action

September 23rd - via:
Hi all, David here again.  Today we wanted to share some of the fantastic videos that the boardgame media world has created for Battle Card.  First up is Amanda Panda's Twitch Stream, where she played both Malayan Campaign and Moro River. Her... (Read More)

Origins of the Battle Card system, and Battle Card: Market Garden

September 22nd - via:
Hi all, David here.  We wanted to take just a moment to talk about the origins of the Battle Card system, specifically Battle Card: Market Garden.  Battle Card: Market Garden was the first game that Nils and I designed for the system. If you're... (Read More)

Low ink versions!

September 21st - via:
Hey backers! Nils here. We thought you’d be interested in having a closer look at how we prepare the low ink versions for each map sheet. For all their apparent simplicity, low ink files represent a distinct challenge when preparing game files and... (Read More)

We're Funded! + a brief history of Battle Card

September 19th - via:
Thank you to everyone who's helped get the campaign off to a flying start! There are no guarantees in crowdfunding, so it's always an amazing feeling to see a funding goal reached! Those of you familiar with Postmark Games will notice that Battle... (Read More)

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