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Storm the Gate: A Tabletop Dexterity Game

A project in Denver, CO by Matthew and Mark McLachlan
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Fast-paced and chaotic game, handcrafted from high quality solid woods.
Backers: 178
Average Pledge Per Backer: $57

Funded: $10,180 of $6,000
Dates: Jan 21st -> Mar 7th (45 days)
Project By: Matthew and Mark McLachlan
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Latest News

Thank You!

March 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Stormers! We did it! Thanks to you, hundreds of Storm the Gates will be made in the coming months. Even though we're popping the bubbly tonight, we wanted to show you that we're already hard at work. Below is a sample of some of the first games... (Read More)

Final Countdown...

March 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Stormers! We've made it to the final 12 hours of this campaign, and we are so gracious for the overwhelming support you've all shown us. As the clock keeps ticking and we get closer to the end of this part of the Storm the Gate journey, we want... (Read More)

Expansions!

March 4th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Stormers! With only a few days left in this campaign we wanted to touch base with you all again. We've officially passed the first stretch goal, and are just a few pledges away from passing the second! That means that both expansions will become... (Read More)

Funded!

February 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Stormers! We wanted to send out a quick update to thank you all, as we've now officially reached our initial funding goal! This means that the Storm the Gate journey will be continuing, thanks to you! All of you are awesome, seriously. There are... (Read More)

So Much News!

February 12th - via: kickstarter.com
Hey Stormers! We wanted to send out an update with some exciting news from the Storm the Gate team: 1. We've got a few new pieces of artwork to share with you! Two of our three Storm the Gate heroes (the Knight and Berzerker) have come to life and... (Read More)

Day 2

January 23rd - via: kickstarter.com
To our amazing backers… It’s been about 48 hours since we shared our dream for Storm the Gate with you, and we are happy to say that we are almost halfway funded! If we can do this much in just a couple days, it’s exciting to think about... (Read More)

Flickstarter: 3 Dexterity Games Seeking Funding

January 22nd - via: wired.com
On a Venn diagram of games and toys, dexterity games fall in the intersection: they require manual interaction with physical objects — and your skill in aiming, flicking, balancing, or throwing makes all the difference. If you love dexterity games as much as I do, here are a few currently on Kickstarter. (Read More)

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