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Steven Rhodes Games

A project in Lake Forest, CA by Cryptozoic Entertainment

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A 3-Pack of games featuring Steven Rhodes' unique style of nostalgia with a twist of darkness
Backers: 4833
Average Pledge Per Backer: $63

Funded: $303,947 of $25,000
Dates: Nov 30th -> Dec 24th (24 days)
Project By: Cryptozoic Entertainment
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Latest News

The Final Final Hours Tonight!!

December 23rd - via:
Hi everyone - just a reminder that, if you're a project follower who hasn't pulled the trigger on backing just yet, today's your last chance! We'd be honored if you'd come back for one last look-around, as we've unlocked some seriously awesome stuff... (Read More)

Check Out The Steven Rhodes Card Games Kickstarter Before It's Too Late

December 23rd - via:
This kind of material was begging to be a card game from Day 1, and it’s happening now. Let’s Dig For Treasure, Let’s Summon Demons and Don’t Talk To Strangers are all being game-ified, each with unique mechanics. (Read More)

The Final HOURS!!!

December 21st - via:
As we roll into the last couple days on the Dyno-Mite! Kickstarter, I would like to say again how grateful we are to everyone that backed the project, and we promise you're going to LOVE playing these games. Seriously, we really went all out to make... (Read More)

Newest Stretch Goals are a Hit!

December 17th - via:
Hey guys - congratulations on blowing through the first of the newest batch of stretch goals at $190k -- the 'Let's Dig for Treasure' 5 1/4" Haunted Maptile Standee!  Here's a look at the next one set for $220k: the 'Let's Summon Demons' Custom 666... (Read More)

Hello Awesome Backers!!!

December 14th - via:
I want to start by saying again THANK YOU SO MUCH, for making the Dyno-Mite Steven Rhodes games such a success! And we have really enjoyed all the awesome questions and suggestions, some GREAT ideas! One of the questions that keeps popping up... (Read More)

Halfway home

December 11th - via:
We're almost at the halfway point of the campaign and the 8th stretch goal just got taken downtown! The response to this fun little project has been overwhelming - thank you! Here are some closeups of the 2 latest cards you've unlocked, as well as... (Read More)

Retro Is In!

December 10th - via:
Cryptozoic Entertainment has launched a Kickstarter campaign for “Steven Rhodes Games,” a pack of 3 games using the retro-style art of graphic designer and artist Steven Rhodes. All of the games allow for 2-6 players, ages 14 and up. (Read More)

Game of Life Heads to Disneyland, The Boys Goes Tabletop, and More Gaming News

December 9th - via:
Twinkle is a competitive dice-drafting game where players build constellations using polyhedral dice. Twinkle will be on Kickstarter through December 22. Cryptozoic Entertainment has brought the retro-inspired art of Steven Rhodes to the tabletop with three new games: Let’s Dig for Treasure, Don’t Talk to Strangers, and Let’s Summon Demons. 1First Games has announced its debut board game with The Boys: This Is Going to Hurt, based on the antihero graphic novels that inspired Amazon Studios’ hit streaming series. (Read More)

Dyno Cabs, Russian Dirt & Wanda

December 7th - via:
Thanks again for busting through these latest stretch goals. We're having a blast creating these for you! With these additional cards, the games are sure to be even crazier than we originally imagined. Here are some closeups of the $85k, $100k and... (Read More)

Unlocking stretch goals at a fast clip!

December 4th - via:
Jeez, you guys are hitting the targets before we could even update our stretch goal graphics! Here are some large versions of the cards that were unlocked at $55k and $70k. The first one looks like something someone should make a movie about or... (Read More)

Thank you and let's have some fun!

December 2nd - via:
HELLO HELLO HELLO! And welcome to the Steven Rhodes Games Kickstarter! We want to start off by thanking you so much for making this a success so quickly -- we hit the goal and now we can go on to unlock some fun stretch goals! Since this is our first... (Read More)

Let’s Summon Demons and other parody books by Steven Rhodes are now board games

December 2nd - via:
Reimagined children’s activity books created by graphic designer Steven Rhodes - including Let’s Summon Demons - are being turned into a series of board games. Inspired by the otherwise innocent activity books made popular during the 1970s and ‘80s, the trilogy of board games feature artwork created by Rhodes and will be based on three of the macabre books already published as part of the Creepy Collection. (Read More)

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