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Crossbones: The Swashbuckling Pirate Adventure Game

A project in San Diego, CA by Tom Razo

Cancelled by Creator

Experience a tale of piracy on the high seas. Hoist the Jolly Roger, divvy the rum, plunder like pirates, & let yer cannonballs fly!
Backers: 52
Average Pledge Per Backer: $44

Funded: $2,265 of $25,000
Dates: Jun 6th -> Jul 28th (52 days)
Project By: Tom Razo
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Latest News

Project Cancellation

July 9th - via:
This post is for backers only. Please visit and log in to read. (Read More)

Avast me hearties! We be settin' a new course...

June 27th - via:
Well, ye are a hearty crew that's fer sure... an' a much appreciated crew as well. I wish to inform ye that this ship will be returnin' to port soon... well shall gather new supplies... an' a new compass... an' shall set sail again soon. Fair winds... (Read More)

The Kickstarter doldrums...

June 20th - via:
A teacher of mine once said to "do things in parallel"... meaning to spin many plates at once moving in a common direction. I chose to launch the Kickstarter for the game of Crossbones with that thought in mind; knowing that the Panda Game... (Read More)

Another day at sea...

June 16th - via:
Well, here we are... another day of calm seas with little wind in our sails... at this rate me hearties... we will have to ration our biscuits and grog to survive this slow going journey. I shall continue to share any further news as we progress... (Read More)

Day 7 as sea...

June 13th - via:
'Tis been 7 days at sea now... the tide continues to rise an' fall as our sails gently flutter in the breeze... we now have 43 crew members on board an' many days at sea to bear... there is still much to prepare an' I must return to my cabin for... (Read More)

Day 4 at sea...

June 9th - via:
Well, here we are on day 4 at sea... rising and falling with the swell of the mighty ocean. 'Tis hard to say how our journey may go and what fortunes or failures may come our way.  We appreciate yer efforts to support our voyage an' hope we continue... (Read More)

Casual Game Crowdfunding: Tombs, Pirates, and Shakespeare

June 7th - via:
To our dismay, tabletop projects on Kickstarter seem to be getting more and more polarized. There is a very dedicated audience of wargamers and other hardcore gamers that scoop up their favorite projects in record numbers, while casual games consistently struggle. For instance, the Toughest Girls of the Galaxy line of miniatures recently reached its $12K funding goal in 30 seconds! It often takes weeks for a casual game to reach that amount, if ever. Casual games are rarely at the top of the popularity list, either on Kickstarter or sites like Board Game Geek, which means they can be difficult to find. (Read More)

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