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The Grand Carnival

A project in Salt Lake City, UT by Jeff Beck, Uproarious Games

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Design, build, and run the perfect carnival. A puzzley, polyomino game for 2 to 4 players.
Backers: 1122
Average Pledge Per Backer: $39

Funded: $43,249 of $15,000
Dates: Sep 23rd -> Oct 10th (18 days)
Project By: Jeff Beck, Uproarious Games
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Latest News

Riding the Ferris wheel to new heights!

October 3rd - via:
Carnies, This campaign continues to explode like a man shot out of a cannon. We've just unlocked our 7th stretch goal... and it doesn't look like we'll be slowing down any time soon. Thanks to everyone who chimed in on the round tracker survey. The... (Read More)

Our carnival continues to grow!

September 30th - via:
Carnies, This campaign continues to knock down stretch goals like plastic ducks in the shooting gallery. As of yesterday morning, we have unlocked not 1, not 2... but 5 stretch goals for The Grand Carnival!! Thanks to all of you for your help... (Read More)

Build the most glorious attractions in The Grand Carnival on KS

September 26th - via:
Uproarious Games and designer Rob Cramer have a new Kickstarter project, the action selection and polyomino placement game The Grand Carnival. (Read More)

The gates are open!!

September 25th - via:
Carnies, We did it! Thanks to all of you for making this happen - we reached our goal - the carnival is definitely coming to town! Now it's time to make sure this funfair is biggest, dare I say, the grandest carnival it can be! Based on backer... (Read More)

Come one - come all!

September 24th - via:
Carnies, Thank you so much for your trust and support. We're over 3/4ths of the way to hitting our goal and making great progress. With any luck, we'll cross that line in the next day or so and move on to stretch goals! We've got a lot of great... (Read More)

#501 – The Grand Carnival [Preview]

September 23rd - via:
Come one, come all; you're just in time for the show in The Grand Carnival, an interesting action-selection, polyomino, and tile-laying hybrid that takes a bit of time to play, but I think it's worth it. 8.25 / 10 (Read More)

Barker Placement: A Look at The Grand Carnival

September 22nd - via:
In The Grand Carnival, everyone steps into the knee-high boots of a ringmaster of their very own traveling circus. You’re ready to put on the evening of a lifetime, and guests from near and far (but mostly near) are gathering at the entrance. But there’s a problem: the carnival has yet to be assembled. (Read More)

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