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Aldabas: Doors of Cartagena

A project in Grand Rapids, MI by Grand Gamers Guild

Status: Active

A card game inspired by Colombian culture. Build your neighborhood by populating it with nobles, soldiers, clergy, and more!
Backers: 397
Average Daily Pledges: $2,627
Average Pledge Per Backer: $20

Funding: $7,881 of $5,000
Dates: May 4th -> May 18th (15 days)
Project By: Grand Gamers Guild
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Latest News

Bringing Aldabas to life

May 6th - via:
Good morning! I wanted to take a moment to show you 2 changes we made to Aldabas as part of the process of bringing it to Kickstarter. Take a look at the image below. Old card on the left, new card on the right There are 2 distinct differences in... (Read More)

Moving Day!

May 5th - via:
G’morning, everyone. Through a challenging confluence of events, today is the day I’m moving out of my apartment and into my house (sort of). My aldaba-less apartment door I’ll be around and keeping my eye on the campaign, but my ability to... (Read More)


May 4th - via:
¡Muchas gracias! When I decided to publish Aldabas, I did so because of the extraordinary game play: mechanically simple, strategically tough. I knew the game was great, and I knew that Josh Cappel could make it to look beautiful. And boy did he... (Read More)

Aldabas: Doors of Cartagena Preview

May 3rd - via:
Gameplay in Aldabas is simple but the strategy is deep. Each player is given a vault along with five cards to start the game. During the players turn, they must take 2 actions, either different or the same action twice. Players can take two coins from the supply, buy one door card or place one door card in their tableau. (Read More)

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