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The One Ring 2E becomes highest-funded tabletop RPG on Kickstarter

March 5th - via: dicebreaker.com
The Kickstarter campaign for The One Ring Roleplaying Game: Second Edition closed on March 4th having raised SEK 17,070,638, which converts to roughly £1,449,084 - making it the most-funded tabletop RPG setting on the crowdfunding platform to date. The setting will take place about 20 years after the first edition of The One Ring and focus on the Eriador region. Adventurers can expect to visit classic locations from the fantasy trilogy, such as The Shire, as they experience the last wisps of the world’s Third Age. (Read More)

Struggle against the breakdown of reality in psychedelic poster-sized RPG Aether Operations

March 5th - via: dicebreaker.com
Command the vast powers of one of four quantum realms in a doomed quest to stave off an entropic catastrophe when playing Aether Operations, a new collaborative RPG on Kickstarter as part of Zinequest 3. (Read More)
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Movo WebMic HD Pro crams a microphone, LED ring light, and HD webcam into a single device

March 5th - via: gizmochina.com
A lot of folks have had to work or study from home since the beginning of the pandemic. This means that meetings and classes are conducted over the internet either via voice or video calls. As you would have realized, most computers have a crappy webcam but if you want to step up your online meeting game, then the Movo WebMic HD Pro may be the device for you. (Read More)

WWE Superstar Big E Talks About the Kickstarter for His Black History Series, 'Our Heroes Rock!'

March 4th - via: theroot.com
Like many of us, Ewen was deeply shaken after seeing the George Floyd video and had a desire to do something positive that could uplift the community. Our Heroes Rock!, an animated series about the heroes of Black history created by Ewen, Jonathan Davenport, and Andreas Hale, was born out of that desire. (Read More)
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Stone Protectors strike back in massive Kickstarter campaign

March 4th - via: readretro.com
Any fan of 90s animation is sure to remember Cornelius, Chester, Clifford, Angus and Maxwell, the failed rock band which found magical stones to gain super powers and protect their kingdom from the evil Zok. The adventures of the Stone Protectors only lasted one season, 13 episodes, but it also spanned a toy line and a video game before falling into obscurity. Now, almost three decades later, they are making their triumphant return. (Read More)

'The Amazing American Circus' (ALL) Kickstarter Campaign Needs Final Push

March 4th - via: worthplaying.com
The Amazing American Circus tells a story of the most iconic entertainment in American history. The USA, during the Gilded Age, is a turbulent place. On the East Coast springs up a modern metropolis, while in the west, cowboys and robber barons fight for their business. The new era is coming, and this is the last right moment for the circus to flourish! (Read More)
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Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Shoot It Out in the Old West at 'High Noon'

March 4th - via: geekdad.com
High Noon is a miniature tactical combat board game set in a fictional Wild West World for 2-4 players (expansions can add additional players), ages 9 and up and lasts from 60-120 minutes. Players take control of individual posses of two to five characters as they attempt to defeat the posses of the other players. Additional posses and expansion packs will be unlocked during the 30-day campaign, with those pledging able to choose to add expansions as the campaign hits certain stretch goals. (Read More)
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Sew a map to a distant friend in keepsake storytelling game A Mending

March 4th - via: dicebreaker.com
Reunite with a long-separated friend by following a map sewn by your own hand in A Mending, a solo keepsake story game from artist and designer Shing Yin Khor that’s now on Kickstarter. Using the provided map and deck of prompt cards, players stitch their way through the natural landscapes and towns between their home and that of an old friend. (Read More)
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AI-Powered Map-Making Tool Dungeon Alchemist Hits Over $1 Million On Kickstarter

March 3rd - via: techraptor.net
The new app, Dungeon Alchemist, is an AI-powered map tool that really does streamline the process of creating high-quality maps. Rather than manually crafting maps, or constructing them from pre-made elements, Dungeon Alchemist uses the power of AI to procedurally generate rooms. (Read More)
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Teaneck Author Blows Past Kickstarter Goal For Latest Book

March 3rd - via: patch.com
Children's book author J.R. Becker couldn't have written his latest series without his kids, literally. Becker took inspiration from his two children, Annabelle and Aiden, for his six-book series which follows characters of the same name. His seventh book in the series, "Oh My Gods! A History of Belief," is available for pre-order on Kickstarter now. (Read More)
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‘Hearth fantasy’ RPG Stonetop brings adventurers home to protect a simple village

March 3rd - via: dicebreaker.com
Defend a home at the edge of the world in Stonetop, an upcoming RPG system of “hearth fantasy” based on Powered by the Apocalypse’s engine and run through with local lore, small dreams and earnest heroes. Stonetop comes from the design team of Penny Lantern’s Jason Lutes and Jeremy Strandber, along with artist Lucie Arnoux. (Read More)
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Keepsake game The Last Will and Testament of Gideon Blythe unpacks the burden, and joy, of family

March 3rd - via: dicebreaker.com
“You are the seventh son of a seventh son, and you have forsaken your name.” Thus begins the description of The Last Will and Testament of Gideon Blythe, a keepsake game currently on Kickstarter that plays out in a journal constructed as the story unfolds. (Read More)

Roleplay a new adventure every day of the year with the 2022 Quest Calendar

March 3rd - via: dicebreaker.com
A solo RPG experience, the 2022 Quest Calendar is a game that’s intended to be played on a daily basis, with each page on the calendar providing a new encounter for players to tackle. With 626 pages - weekends are combined into a single page - players can flick through to experience a new event in an overarching story, which take around one to three minutes to complete. (Read More)

Trek through an intestinal tract in asymmetric board game So, You’ve Been Eaten

March 3rd - via: dicebreaker.com
Mining deep-space crystals for an uncaring corporation is bad enough without having to be intentionally swallowed by massive beasts to mine them from their belly, but that’s the exact premise of So, You’ve Been Eaten, an asymmetric, two-player board game from LudiCreations. (Read More)
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Universal Works x E WERK Luckenwalde Information

March 3rd - via: hypebeast.com
Universal Works has teamed up with E-WERK — a new German art institution — to launch a two-piece capsule collection, raising money for the latter’s kickstarter that bids to bring back an award-winning opera to an empty swimming pool in Bauhaus. (Read More)
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[COMING SOON] CASTLE PANIC is Getting a New Deluxe Collection in May

March 3rd - via: geektyrant.com
Last year, Fireside Games launched a Kickstarter for Castle Panic Deluxe Edition and then promptly canceled it with a promise to return after working out deluxe versions of the expansions. Well, it looks like that is coming to fruition as they have announced that a new Kickstarter for the Castle Panic Deluxe Collection will go live on May 11. (Read More)

Skyclimbers Breaks 250K on Kickstarter - Adds Stadia and GeForce Now Partnerships

March 3rd - via: mmorpg.com
Skyclimbers has been climbing the stretch-goal ranks over the past couple weeks on Kickstarter, now breaking through the 250K mark as they head to the finish line with over 1000% of their funding met. In addition to the stretch goals mentioned, Paratrope has also announced partnership with Stadia and GeForce Now, making Skyclimbers even more accessible as the new partnerships join PC, Console and Mobile as release platforms. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Kowloon’s Curse, a turn-based mobile RPG, launching Kickstarter later this month

March 2nd - via: pocketgamer.com
Kowloon’s Curse is a turn-based communication RPG that lets you explore a surreal version of Kowloon Walled City to fight or befriend its inhabitants. It also has horror elements which are inspired by Japanese adventure games from the Dreamcast era. (Read More)

Party/Sports Mashup Movin Force Launches Kickstarter

March 2nd - via: vrfocus.com
The idea with Movin Force is that players compete in the Kore Tournament, an Olympic Games of sorts where various nations and their champions aim to complete every challenge to attain victory. Players will choose their nation, each one with their own particular strengths and weaknesses, with certain games mirroring these skills. (Read More)
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Mignola documentary has explosive first 24 hours on Kickstarter

March 2nd - via: comicsbeat.com
Mike Mignola: Drawing Monsters is currently in production with a planned release of Spring 2022. The documentary is co-directed and produced by Jim Demonakos and Kevin Hanna and will look at the career of Mike Mignola as well as the creative influences that led to the emergence and continued development of the Hellboy character and his world. (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: Defend the City of Rowan in 'Meeples & Monsters'

March 2nd - via: geekdad.com
Meeples & Monsters is a bag building and worker placement game for 1-4 players, ages 13 and up, and takes about 45-60 minutes to play. There are a lot of different strategic choices to make, so it will probably work best with teens and adults. Meeples & Monsters was designed by Ole Steiness (Champions of Midgard) and published by Alderac Entertainment Group (AEG), with illustrations by Gong Studios. (Read More)
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[COMING SOON] Stellaris: Infinite Legacy board game comes to Kickstarter this month, clarifies legacy mechanic

March 2nd - via: dicebreaker.com
Stellaris: Infinite Legacy, an upcoming board game adaptation of the sprawling 4X video game, will be launching a Kickstarter campaign on March 11th, according to Academy Games CEO Uwe Eickert. (Read More)

[COMING SOON] Root creator Cole Wehrle returns to British trade imperialism in John Company 2E

March 2nd - via: dicebreaker.com
Root and Pax Pamir designer Cole Wehrle recently announced a Kickstarter campaign on March 30th for a second edition of John Company, his board game that charts the rise and fall and rise and fall of the British East India Company on the tabletop. (Read More)

Kickstarter - Dungeon Master's Little Black Book (Square Hex)

March 2nd - via: tenkarstavern.com
The aim of this project is to fund print runs of two versions of The Dungeon Master's Little Black Book. The first version will be crammed full of random tables, ideas and maps that can be used by a DM during a game without any preparation. The second version will be a blank version of the Little Black Book that a DM can add their own content to. (Read More)
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#721 – Gift of Tulips [Preview]

March 1st - via: whatsericplaying.com
In Gift of Tulips, you find yourself in Amsterdam during the annual tulip festival. You find that not only are you trying to keep valuable tulips for yourself, but you’re also likely going to need to give some away to endear yourself to your opponents in your quest for floral mastery. That’s okay, you tell yourself, because you can also work the backend and manipulate the relative values of the flowers in the Festival. It’s a bit shady, since you’re giving someone a tulip and then immediately devaluing it, but, all’s fair in love, flowers, war, and a few other things. (Read More)
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Movo's all-in-one WebMic 4K Pro hits Kickstarter with video, audio, and lighting bundled in

March 1st - via: talkandroid.com
Whether you are working from home or live streaming your gameplay, getting your audio, webcam, and lighting set up properly can be time-consuming. There are all-in-one solutions available, though, with the latest entrant being Movo’s WebMic HD Pro that incorporates audio, 4K video, and even has a built-in ring-light to ensure picture-perfect lighting. (Read More)

PC Engine, TurboGrafx-16 Anthology Book Launches on Kickstarter

March 1st - via: hardcoregamer.com
The PC Engine (known as TurobGrafx-16 in some regions) was a console that never got the attention it deserved. Even so, there are many fans who adore the platform to this day. If you consider yourself a lover of PC Engine then you’ll probably be interested in picking up a new book. Officially titled the PC Engine/TurboGrafx-16/PC-FX Anthology, this new book will provide history on the systems, details of the hardware, and reviews of all games! (Read More)

Low-Poly Ecosystem Survival Simulator Ecoser Now Live On Kickstarter

March 1st - via: happygamer.com
Solo development studio Snow Angel Studios has launched its Kickstarter for Ecoser. Ecoser is an ecosystem-driven survival-based game. Players are tasked with the long-term goal of building up a living creature but causing as little damage to the ecosystem as possible. The game has low polygon graphics, but its characters and environments are colorful. (Read More)
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Immortal Studios Launches Kickstarter for 2nd Wuxia Epic Featuring Chinese American Hero

March 1st - via: news.yahoo.com
Immortal Studios, the rising comic studio in the modern Wuxia story space, has launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for their second planned title, “Chronicles of the Immortal Swordsmen.” The story, described as a mixture of “Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon” and “The Matrix” in style, follows Phil Du, a young man in Los Angeles with parkour skills, an alter-ego in a virtual fantasy game, and a yearning in his heart for something greater in life. (Read More)

Chrono Trigger And Silent Hill-Inspired Horror JRPG Lucid Soul Launches Kickstarter

March 1st - via: thegamer.com
Lucid Soul - from sole-indie developer Jon Bookout - has launched its Kickstarter campaign in hopes of bringing its horror JRPG narrative to life. Experienced through visuals, activities, and the world around you, Bookout hopes that the elements of horror stick with you, making you “think about what you've done or seen after you put the controller down.” (Read More)
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An Exclusive Look Inside The Vault Of Magic From Kobold Press

March 1st - via: forbes.com
Fantasy stories are chock full of magical items. In Fifth Edition, these items have been scattered throughout different books, with Tasha’s Cauldron of Everything including a decent sample that tie to the various settings created by Wizards of the Coast. Now, the blacksmiths at Kobold Press are assembling Vault of Magic as a giant resource for magic weapons, armor and more for D&D players and Dungeon Masters. (Read More)
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Top Shelf fast access camera bag offers near instant access to your gear

March 1st - via: geeky-gadgets.com
Photographers searching for a versatile way to carry their photographic gear and lenses, while also providing almost instant access to your camera and accessories when needed, may be interested in the Top Shelf. Designed by the team at Bevia Gear based in Vancouver, Canada the professional camera bag has been specifically designed to help you never miss that important shot, let allow you to easily transport your camera gear everywhere. (Read More)

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