New Games Mar' 19

I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 99, including every tabletop project started between 02/24 and 03/10.

In the last two weeks a total of 117 fresh projects have been released, thus I spread them over two crowdfunding collections.
Among the English projects I am most tempted by Manifest, as it offers an interesting mixture of Science Fiction and Western plus it looks good, which is why I got it starred for later. If you like your science fiction more traditional, you might like to check out either Into the Void or the latest edition of Era. Another project, that might be of interest, could be vs. KICKSTARTER as it doesn’t offer one but three games, even though they are small ones. I got it flagged to have a look at it later on. interessant finde. If you are into steampunk you might like to take a look at Aether and Steamworks. If you fancy dinos, you the two zine rpgs Escape from Dino Island and Dino Wranglers giving you plently. Well, and among the fantasy rpg zines 5D6 RPG Zine stands out to me, as its an English game from Germany.
Among the dice I like the design of the SkullSplitter ones, if you want to see a tabletop rpg related project going of like a rocket, check the Critical Role projects The Legend of Vox Machina Animated Special. I consider the Draugr & Draculas OSR zine at least interesting.
If you are interested in projects past the English ones, I would like to briefly take the time to suggest that you check out the French VALERIAN crowdfunding project, if you like the comic or movie by the same name. If you like to take a look into the design of adventures as well as scenarios and understand German, you should check out “Abenteuer gestalten”, which I backed.
You’ll find plenty more projects and patreons in the collection, just take a look:

English Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games
3 Science Fiction Role-Playing Games
2 Magazine Role-Playing Games (Dinos)
3 Magazine Role-Playing Games (Fantasy)
2 Patreon Projects
1 Setting
5 D&D Supplements
3 Adventures
4 Dice Projects
2 Accessoires
3 Magazines (NPC, Monster, Stories)
2 Magazines (D&D)
3 Magazines (OSR)
3 Movie / Twitch Projects
4 Apps & Tools
2 Various RPG Projects
2 Various RPG/Dungeoncrawl Games

German Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game
1 Supplement
1 Campaign
2 Live Action Projects

French Crowdfundings

4 Role-Playing Games

Italian Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/03/10/crowdfunding-collection-99-part-1-of-2/

I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 99, including every tabletop project started between 02/24 and 03/10.

In the last two weeks a total of 117 fresh projects have been released, thus I spread them over two crowdfunding collections.
This part focuses more on English projects. For example the RPG in a magazine Dangerous Times: Muckrakers and Magic in Old New York!. The game is set in a literally magical New York in the 20ties and the players assume the role of journalists trying to find a story. I like the setting, the idea and I backed it. Another game I backed is LIFTS, though it has a quite different approach, integrating fitness into the game. If you like to focus more on training your mind and STEM capabilities, check out STEAM Hack. In regards to Urban „Fantasy“ or rather games set in contemporary kinds you should take a look at the second edition of Mercenaries Spies & Private Eyes or at Hidden Worlds and Justice Velocity. If you prefer your fantasy to be more classical check out the remastered edition of Basic and Expert RPG Sets Remastered! and secondedition of Wraith Recon, the dark fantasy approach of GODS or the games The World After and NEMESYN.
In regards to the patreons, I felt tempted to back the one by Caias Ward and in general terms I couldn’t resist the magnificent beauty of the Elder Dice. I am currently still trying to make up whether or not to go for the Necrocuadernomicón notebook, which looks beautiful. Well, or maybe the Fail Faster: The Playtesting Journal, which offers an interesting concept. The Gamer Pride Stickers and Pins are looking cool, the coloring book After the Wipe for Low Life, there are so many cool Zines, especially about world building, cool supplements….
You’ll find plenty more projects and patreons in the collection, just take a look:

English Crowdfundings

5 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
3 Urban (Fantasy) Role-Playing Games
2 Magazine Role-Playing Games
2 Magazine Role-Playing Games (Muscles & Brains)
1 Gamebook
2 Patreon Projects
1 Setting
5 D&D Supplements
3 Adventures
4 Dice Projects
3 Coin and Token Projects
5 Magazines
3 Magazines (Worldbuilding)
5 Magazines (System Specific)
3 Enamel Pins
1 Soundscape
4 Notebooks
2 Various RPG Projects
2 Various RPG/Card Games

Spanish Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games
1 Campaign

Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/03/10/crowdfunding-collection-99-part-2-of-2/

Comments

  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 100, including every tabletop project started between 03/10 and 03/17.

    This time around I’ll present you with 31 projects, among whom there are many really interesting ones.
    Like Dark Streets and Darker Secrets, which according to its own description covers urban horror and modern fantasy genre wise. I’d summarize it as urban fantasy and consider the old school approach quite something new. Considering I followed it before the start, and love urban fantasy I backed it without hesitation. If you like to follow suite, you should be fast, as the project will end on Wednesday. Another project I liked and back is Mysthea by Jay Iles. I am already enamored with Jays Legacie game line and fancy the geomantic fantasy approach of this Powered by the Apocalypse inspired game.
    Cut to the Chase has the interesting aspect of offering a 2-player game concept, with the players assuming the roles of predator and prey respectively. I am strongly tempted by the projects and got it starred. If you like a more traditional fantasy game, with still a narrative approach, you should check out MIGHT & MAGIC which appears to be inspired by Might & Mystic. I do consider card based systems cool and would recommend taking a look at BASE: a CaRdPG, which offers a generic, universal system and thus doesn’t come with a setting. Then again, if you are a metal head, you might enjoy checking out METAL WORLD. Gadzook confused me a bit, as its a hybrid between being a role-playing and a skyrmish game, if you like both, it might be worth taking a look at it.
    I did back the source book CAPERS Noir for CAPERs in a blink, as I love the base game and gangsters – especially noir style – is a fancy of mine. I feel very strongly tempted to back the Welcome to Tikor setting and artbook as I got another weak spot for afropunk and the like, yet I’ll likely wait till the original system for the setting is available. If you like to support the creation of the system, you might like to check out the Swordsfall Patreon.
    Next to those you’ll find cool accessoires like the Dungeon Quills, which are basically fancy pens, and the Trailblazer Game stamps, which enable you to stamp out a map. There is an interesting podcast present with Mud & Blood and I do like the design of the dice by Kenzie. Tho they are imho quite expensive and the project presentation isn’t to my requirements. You’ll find more interesting projects like the D&D supplemtents, including one by Monte Cook.
    Amon the non-english projects I got charmed by España Caníbal. Were my Spanish better than it is, I would back it. Even with the state of my language skills, I feel tempted to back the very Spanish Post-Apocalyptic setting with a dash of organized crime.
    Just take a look at the collection and see if you find something that tickles your fancy:

    English Crowdfundings

    4 Role-Playing Games
    3 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
    1 Role-Playing Game Hybrid
    4 Settings
    3 Supplement
    2 D&D Supplement
    1 Adventure
    1 Dice Project
    1 Accessoire
    1 Podcast
    1 Magazine
    4 Various RPG Projects

    Spanish Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Game

    German Crowdfundings

    1 Dungeon Crawler

    French Crowdfundings

    1 Supplement
    1 Comic

    Swedish Crowdfundings

    1 Supplement

    Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/03/17/crowdfunding-collection-100/
  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 101, including every tabletop project started between 03/17 and 03/25.

    I do like the approach of Pretty Fairy Princess which is a proudly dainty game. You’ll play a thumbsized fairy princess and her compagnions. The projects loos very cute and I recommend having a look at it… fast. Because it will end at 03/26 1am CET or 5pm PST.
    Another project I do recommend wholeheartidly is Critical Core, which is a fantasy rpg that aims to help children on the autistic spectrum. Check it out, and maybe consider adding your support.
    Ruin Masters on the other hand is a totally classic fantasy role-playing game with cool illustrations and a solid system. If you like to play a game in a more contemporary setting, well Fellowship of the White Star addresses the roaring twenties and adds in the supernatural for good measures, then there is the neon-lit Night Life having you roam around as a wizard in the 80s and last but not least you have the option to leap into the 21st century and enjoy superhero shenannigans with Prowlers & Paragons.
    There are many more worthwhile projects. Like Save College of Wizardry! which tries to save the blockbuster Larp event after Dziobak Studios, the original company, went belly up and closed. Then there is Mother of Darkness which aims to translate an impressive looking supplement for Symbaroum and I do say that the dice trays and dice in The Inspiration Collection look quite stylish.
    If you’re interested in German tabletop games you might like to take a look at Fallen World. The game features a science fiction setting with some endtime-elements sprinkled in and might be worth having a look.
    You find these and more projects here, just take a look:

    English Crowdfundings

    4 Role-Playing Games
    3 Urban (Fantasy) Role-Playing Games
    1 Patreon
    2 Larps
    3 Supplements
    2 D&D Supplements
    2 Adventures
    1 Coin Project
    4 Accessoires
    1 Enamel Pin
    1 App
    2 Various RPG Project
    2 Various Game Project

    German Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Games
    1 Supplement
    1 Patreon
    1 Boardgame

    French Crowdfundings

    1 Campaign
    1 Icon & Art

    Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/03/25/crowdfunding-collection-101/
  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 102, including every tabletop project started between 03/25 and 03/31.

    To delve into the last collection being spread via Google+, I would recommend the 2. edition of the Powered by the Apocalypse The Fellowship. I did already back the first edition and am very happy about the book I got and the light-hearted setting. I am as well enticed by Ballad of the Pistolero, the game which has its system roots in a d100 warhammer-like system, offers „action western“. Which is basically Western like you’ll find it in Red Dead Redemption. I do like the artworks and am tempted to actually back it. Then there is Castles & Cats, which tries to create a cool game for preschoolers and elementary aged kids utilizing cards. It may deserve consideration if you got kids of said age range. The last full rpg project is the 2. edition of Infinite Power, a d8 based superhero system, which only has a total runtime of 8 days. If you like superhero you should check it out fast.
    With Wiseguys I backed a setting in a split setting, despite not being a big fan of Savage Worlds. On the one hand because the book explores organized crime through various genre lenses, which is something I collect. On the other hand, because it looks really cool and well made. The pricing is nice, and it’s the first kickstarter I backed for a portrait level. Another cool project is Contagion Chronicles by Onyx Path. It’s a setting to campaign supplement for the Chronicles of Darkness which aims to enable the players to create cool crossover chronicles. I would recommend it to.
    With Eidbrecher – Die Jäger you’ll find a D&D 5E and Pathfinder RPG adventure from Germany. It looks cool, and if you’re interested in German games, I would suggest you check it out.
    There are many more cool projects, which you can find here:

    German Crowdfundings

    1 Adventure

    English Crowdfundings


    4 Role-Playing Games
    2 Settings
    3 Supplement
    3 Adventures
    2 Dice Projects
    1 Accessoire
    3 Enamel Pins
    1 Playing Cards
    1 Soundscape
    3 Various RPG Projects

    Spanish Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Game

    Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/03/31/crowdfunding-collection-102/
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