Jan 162012
 

101305[1]By Paco Garcia Jaen

Kickstarter is becoming THE platform of choice to release games to the public by companies of all sorts. The good thing is that we are seeing a lot of new and very original games that otherwise we wouldn’t have seen.

The bad thing is that… well, there is no bad thing.

The Road to Canterbury was the first boardgame I backed and I did so because I loved the theme and quirkiness of it all. I didn’t hesitate to back it and I was very keen to take a look at it when I opened it. Produced by Eagle and Gryphon Games, I knew it would be good quality. The question was how good and how well would it play.

Now is your time to take a look at it and see for yourself what can happen when a game is produced via Kickstarter!

Paco Garcia Jaen unboxes The Road to Canterbury

If you would like to see a tutorial on the gameplay, please click here.

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Paco G. Jaen

Born in Spain with a talent for dyslexia, I am gamer, player, graphic designer, photographer and psycotherapist. Also online magazine publisher and writer. Yep.. I do lead a busy life!