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Yakitori, a competitive game of grilling for profit

A project in Salt Lake City, UT by Daft Concepts

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Yakitori is a 2-5 player worker placement tile game where players compete to buy, cook, and sell food on skewers for profit.
Backers: 132
Average Pledge Per Backer: $56

Funded: $7,453 of $5,000
Dates: Mar 18th -> Apr 22nd (36 days)
Project By: Daft Concepts
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Latest News

Final Day calls for the best specials

April 21st - via:
We will be sending out an Etsy Coupon code to every backer who has pledged at least $49.00.  If you are getting more than one copy of Yakitori, you can pick which version of each copy. This means you can get a Vegan Edition and a regular edition. I... (Read More)

Four Veggie Tiles, One Unlucky Rabbit Tile, after campaign add-ons.

April 20th - via:
Here are the grilled and ungrilled sides of the new Veggie Tiles for the Vegan edition. Also, since we have crossed over the $6,000 funding mark, here is the Unlucky Rabbit tile as well. We have about 48 hours left, and I think we can hit the $7,000... (Read More)

Funded, Vegan Edition will be an option

April 9th - via:
Hi everyone, we have passed $5,000. As promised, Benny and I have been working up the designs for a full Vegan Edition. The meat tiles, including the unlucky rabbit will be replaced with additional veggie tiles. When we send out the surveys we will... (Read More)

Yakitori rules now available

April 1st - via:
You can now see the rules for Yakitori. Check them out. (Read More)

Patrick Hillier interviews Benjamin Sperling

March 29th - via:
Hey everyone, we have another interview to share with you. This is Patrick Hillier talking about Yakitori and Benny Sperling. It starts at about 36 minutes in. We are also working on the designs... (Read More)

Canada shipping and an Interview with Benny Sperling

March 22nd - via:
We have added an additional pledge level which is shipping to Canada, it saves you $10.00 over the other international shipping pledge.  I also wanted to direct your attention to an interview The Inquisitive Meeple did with Benjamin Sperling,... (Read More)

How about a few real life recipes to satisfy your appetite for the moment

March 21st - via:
We made it onto Board Game Breakfast Episode #120. You can check it out here. Speaking of breakfast, what better way to appreciate the game coming your way than to cook a related dish. Here are a few recipes... (Read More)

A great first day and a little inspiration

March 19th - via:
Wonder what inspired Benny to design Yakitori? Here is the video clip.  Thank you to all of our first day supporters. Spread the word to the food theme loving gamers in your life.  (Read More)

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