By Paco Garcia Jaen Alf Seegert’s games came to my attention when The Road to Canterbury made to Kickstarter and, within 20 seconds, I had backed it. For three copies. Yeah… I liked it that much. And then came Fantastiqa. And I also liked that game. A lot. A huge, massive lot of lots. And […]
Second podcast of the day and second Kickstarter project, this time a Roleplaying game from Cakebread & Walton, Pirates & Dragons.
I had the pleasure to catch up with Pete Cakebread, which I was really looking forward to indeed. I met, really briefly, him at Conpulsion in April and didn’t get the chance to share a cup of coffee with him. I have promised myself next Conpulsion I’ll share a pint instead. That should help!
When David MacKenzie contacted me and asked if I’d be interested in playtesting of one of the game that was coming to Kickstarter, I jumped at the chance. We are talking about the company that released Alien Frontiers and Sunrise City… It’d be foolish to refuse!
Although not everyone is keen on Kickstarter, it can’t be argued that it has helped a lot of projects that otherwise wouldn’t have seen the light of day.
Whether that is a good thing or not, depends on how much you like those products and whether those products are out already or not.
Shadowland is a weird mix of both circumstances.
British publisher Modiphius, is taking to crowdsourcing platform Kickstarter.com to bring its dark vision of a secret World War Two to life. Inspired by the Cthulhu Mythos of HP Lovecraft, Modiphius Entertainment is launching the Keeper’s and the Investigator’s Guides to the Secret War for use in the terrifying World War Two roleplaying game setting, […]