June'17 New Games Thread

A new month, a new thread. :)

I present to you the new Crowdfunding List #41, which includes every project started between 31.05 till 07.06.

The week has seen no less than 35 role-playing game related crowdfundings being started. Offering a broad variety of projects I fondly recommend.
Among those you’ll find 8 very interesting new games. Projects that offer 80s horror like Rememorex or a new edition of Torg. Fun, colorful fantasy games like Lost Age next to a more ‚barbaric‘ approach with Beast & Barbarians. A cartoon themed PbtA game, and one of those that uses d10. With Tiny Wasteland, an interesting rules light take on the post-apocalyptic genre, and „Lost Citadel“ a post-apocalyptic game with a lot of undead creatures in it that ain’t all Zombies.
Next to those you’ll find fascinating games, walking the line between role-playing game, story game and boardgame. A very cute Gamebook for kids. Fancy dice and interesting aides. Next to really cool stuff like the Pathfinder adventure path videogame and really fascinating various other project.
On top of all of that, basically like a nice dessert, at least for WoD fans, the French translation project for the M20 comes with a brand-new, freshly illustrated and offical Tarot deck.
Take a look for yourself..

English Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games
2 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
2 PbtA Role-Playing Games
2 Post-Apocalyptic Role-Playing Games
3 Role-Playing Games Hybrids
1 Gamebook
2 Supplements
2 Settings
2 Adventures
4 Dice Project
2 Role-Playing Games Accessoires
3 Role-Playing Games Aids
1 Podcast Project
1 PFRPG Videogame
3 Various Projects

Swedish Crowdfundings

1 Podcast Project

French Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games
1 Gamebook

Comments

  • I know there's not a lot of responses to these posts, but I just wanted to say thank you for collecting and posting these. It's really cool to see, and an easy way to find out what's being crowdfunded.

    Looks like the level of design and quality just keeps rising!

    I'm particularly curious how this GameTale thing works... will have to click through to the Kickstarter and see what they're willing to share.
  • Thank you Paul for the nice words :)
    It is indeed quite motivating. In regards of quality, I think the previous one was really exceptional in this regards. The current one is a bit more down to earth,.. except for Niobe and the French projects ^_^

    I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #42, which includes every project started between 07.06 till 12.06.

    The total number of projects clocked in at cozy twelve. Of those I am most impressed by the supplement called Niobe for PFRPG and the SnapDice dice tray.
    Of course next to the absolutely stunning looking french Role-Playing Games. Which motivate me to restart and intensify my attempts to learn French.

    English Crowdfundings

    2 Role-Playing Games
    2 Supplements
    3 Dice and Coin Projects
    3 Various Projects

    French Crowdfundings

    2 Role-Playing Games
  • edited June 2017
    @Teylen , thank you. :)
  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #43, which includes every tabletop project started between 12.06 till 19.06.

    Thanks to the current heat-weave hitting Germany the collection is rather brief. The project picture, the creators description, that’s it.
    I do would like to highlight Clink, the one game on this list I backed without any hesitation. It’s an interesting story game from the publisher of Belly of the Beast. Next to that my second favorite is the GameTek book, an interesting take on game design with a focus on statistics and math.
    Yet I would as well recommend to consider Samyaza, the various adventures, dice and other, various projects,..

    English Crowdfundings

    2 Role-Playing Games
    3 Adventures
    2 Dice Projects
    1 Game Literature
    2 Digital Tools
    2 Music Projects
    3 Various Projects

    German Crowdfundings

    1 Game Cafe
    1 Fantasy Literature Documentary
  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #44, including every tabletop project started between 20.06 till 26.06.

    Within this collection you’ll find three projects from Germany that don’t require any foreign language knowledge. Two of those should be of interest for those creating dungeons whether its laying out tiles or printing buildings, the third is a poker deck that did impress me.
    Next to those you’ll find a fresh role-playing take on the story „The Yellow King“, a project celebrating the 90ties and the newest gamebook by Ryan North. DSA is about to get its first English supplement and there are tons of cool adventures, dice and other project.
    The list has one of the rare dutch tabletop Kickstarters, aiming to translate „No, Thank you Evil“ by Monte Cook and a fascinating french „Beer & Pretzel“ RPG. Though,… see for yourself:

    German Crowdfundings

    2 Tiles & Terrain Projects
    1 Deck of Playing Cards

    English Crowdfundings

    2 Role-Playing Games
    1 Gamebook
    1 Supplement
    3 Adventures
    3 Dice Projects
    1 Music Project
    1 Game Aid
    1 Role-Playing Game Comic
    3 Other Games (Storytelling Game, Hybrid, TCG)

    Dutch Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Game

    French Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Game
    1 Book Project
  • What about Misspent Youth RPG Kickstarter?
    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robertbohl/misspent-youth-rpg-sell-out-with-me
    Looks a bit like "Hunger Games".
  • I've just backed Yellow King, Misspent Youth and Damn the Man Save the Music on KS (PDF levels)...
    Teylen should really get paid by KS for promoting RPGs! (Luke listening?)
  • edited July 2017
    Thanks for bringing these games to my awareness; I may have missed them. I backed Misspent Youth and Damn the Man Save the Music (DtMStM wasn't marked as a Story Game so I didn't look at it close enough). Both were easy decisions, they both look great and their designers are great. I'm not into Gumshoe (at least I don't think it's up my alley); but geez, does Robin ever sleep? Thanks again :smile:

    Teylen, I would be lost without you lists! Thank you!!!
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