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Zombicide: Season 2

A project in Atlanta, GA by CoolMiniOrNot
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The follow up to the hit boardgame of 2012! More Zombie action with tons of great miniatures and fast paced rules!
Backers: 8944
Average Pledge Per Backer: $252

Funded: $2,255,018 of $25,000
Dates: Mar 2nd -> Mar 31st (30 days)
Project By: CoolMiniOrNot
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Latest News

Singapore games publisher takes Hong Kong's GEM route

December 1st - via: businesstimes.com.sg
CMON, a local tabletop games publisher behind popular games Zombicide and Arcadia Quest, has come onboard the Hong Kong stock exchange's GEM board - an alternative stock market for growth companies - in a placing listing that gives the company a market capitalisation of HK$415.4 million (S$76.5 million). (Read More)

Kickstarter Lesson #76: How to Run a Game Expansion Kickstarter Campaign

January 23rd - via: stonemaiergames.com
With our upcoming Kickstarter campaign for the expansion pack to Viticulture, Tuscany, coming up in mid-March, I’ve been working on the project page for a few weeks now. A lot of the decisions I’m making are a result of other expansion campaigns I’ve followed in the past, so I thought I would formally compile that data and share it here to help other Kickstarter creators. (Read More)

$2.25 million! See you in September!

March 31st - via: kickstarter.com
What a crazy total, beyond anyone's expectations surely! Thank you to all our backers for making this a great campaign - we'll be contacting you with survey information shortly, and will announce it as an update when we do! It's a two part process:... (Read More)

Mike unlocked! Thanks for a great campaign!

March 31st - via: kickstarter.com
Well that's it from us at GG and CMoN as far as stretch goals are concerned - this has gone far further than we expected so now we're going to be focusing on production and delivery of all the stuff that's been unlocked! As a reminder, if you need to... (Read More)

$2 million baby! We're going crazy!!

March 31st - via: kickstarter.com
The GG and CMoN team are going a little nuts, so what better way then to top it all off with a crazy guy.  Most funded boardgame ever? Yes please!  (Read More)

One day+ to go... can the Moustache Pack get us Smith?

March 30th - via: kickstarter.com
So, we've been getting requests from some of you to throw more optional stuff out there. Rather than nickel and dime everyone, here's 3 of them at once! Yes, that's 3 for the price of 2, including their Zombivor versions!  Get these handsome devils... (Read More)

Smith, Chuck and Mack - ships later

March 28th - via: kickstarter.com
These will ship in 2014 with the artist boxes - just wanted to clarify that.  (Read More)

It's Smith... just Smith

March 28th - via: kickstarter.com
As we near the 72 hour reminder email mark, how about a real stretch? Of course, that's a pretty lofty stretch... you can still bring Smith (and his Zombivor buddy) out to play for $10 (limited 1 per Inmate level pledge) if we miss it.  Time for us... (Read More)

Recap - what's on the menu so far...

March 28th - via: kickstarter.com
Here's a handy dandy list of everything this Season 2 campaign offers!  And yes, we'll be updating the front page with this shortly for all the new backers.  (Read More)

Going into last 3 days!

March 28th - via: kickstarter.com
And this campaign keeps barrelling along.  We'll have a menu up later today with everything laid out clearly. In the meantime, here are a few of our final stretches, hopefully not all of them! Is it just me or does Chuck actually look more effective... (Read More)

AICN Tabletop! D&D Next! International Tabletop Day! And More!

March 28th - via: aintitcool.com
Wil Wheaton announced Wednesday that select participating stores will have freebies to give away such as exclusive add-on content for several games including Magic: The Gathering, Munchkin, Tsuro, Gloom, Dixit, and more. Even if you can’t make it to your local gaming store, you can spruce up your home Tabletop Day game with these printable cut-outs. If you don’t have a FLGS in your area running an event, check out the locator for private events or you can registering your own event. Or just screw all the official stuff, invite some friends over, and play games! You have no excuses, not even money since Board Game Geek has a list of games that completely free to print out and play, while Drive Thru Games and RPGNow both have bundles of free PDF quick starts and adventures specifically for Tabletop Day. So no excuses! Play games! (Read More)

Mack the knife?

March 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Can you have too much free stuff?  Apparently not, if we hit $1.6 million!  (Read More)

Zombicide: An interview co-author Nicolas Raoult

March 6th - via: obskures.de
The original collaborative survival horror board game is still a favourite on the gaming table – not only for the hardcore fans of the walking dead. Components, miniatures, rules and theme – everything fits together in a convincing cohesive package. (Read More)

Zombicide: Season 2 Cooperative Zombie Boardgame Kickstarter

March 5th - via: journal.drfaulken.com
My friends Ajar and ElJay come over for our weekly burger and game night on a regular basis. Sometimes we play games that we own, sometimes they bring over games. I bought a few games thanks to them, including Ascending Empires and Elder Sign, which I should really get around to reviewing. They also own a few games that were former Kickstarter projects, and I really wish I’d gotten in on them sooner. (Read More)

Zombicide Sequel Blows Goal Within 24 Hours

March 4th - via: ipadboardgames.org
Just a few days ago, I was talking about the fantastic iPad companion app for the highly successful Zombicide miniatures game. Yesterday, I received an email about a sequel to the game, as well as an expansion pack that’s compatible with either. Despite clicking on the link as soon as I received it, the funding goal of $25,000 had already been easily met and then some. It seems there’s an awful lot of us literally throwing money at Cool Mini or Not. At the time of writing, it’s reached $620,000 and has already blown 15 or so stretch goals right out the water. (Read More)

Zombicide: Season 2 Gets Put On Kickstarter, Funds Instantly

March 4th - via: initiativetabletop.com
Zombicide was a pretty huge hit when it released last year. It’s a really fun game that comes with a hefty price tag, but those who have bought a copy constantly claim that the purchase is very rewarding. A cooperative board game for 1-6 players, Zombicide puts players in the roles of survivors, each with unique abilities, and forces them to fight for survival against unrelenting waves of zombies that have infested the city. The first iteration of the game was quite the hit, so the developers have taken to Kickstarter to offer a couple of expansions for the base game. Introducing Zombicide: Season 2. (Read More)

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