New Games Apr' 19

I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 103, including every tabletop project started between 04/01 and 04/14.

I paused because I went to a convention last week, thus you’ll find no less than 66 projects of whom 17 are new games. You’ll find that both Old-School Essentials and Dark Conspiracy, are English games from Germany. While Old-School Essentials does apparently continue in the B/X tradition, Dark Conspiracy offers a new edition of the intruiging setting.
In the corner of Urban Fantasy RPG you might explorer the inner teenage monster of your character with I WAS A TEENAGE CREATURE. Something that you can explore as well with Monsterpunk, alas in a post-apocalyptic seeting and not necessarily as a teen. Relics: A Game of Angels will place you in the supernatural shoes of an Angel, who’ll discover their history with the tarot based system from Alas Las Vegas.
I wasn’t actually sure whether Fairies or Fight! qualify as Urban Fantasy, but I like both and might back them. While you’ll play collaborative, team-building und kind of peaceful fairies in Fairies – what a surprise – Fight sets you up like a fighter in one of the fighting video games.
Among the Science Fiction games I like Lancer the most. Nothing beats fighting in a big mecha than fighting in a bigger Mecha. Though you might as well like to take a look at Pater Asteri.
Then there are two cool Cyberpunk games with Latch Key and Deniable Assets. The latter has you taking the side of the corporation, which is less punk, but still very cool.
If you like the idea, but prefer Fantasy, take a look at For the Dungeon!, where you basically are the deniable assets of a dungeon lord. The Blackest of Deaths offers a more traditional approach and experience, reminding me of OSR games. If you like a more narrative and story-driven approach, take a look at Infinity’s Edge. Then there is Sundown, which is a rules-lite game that claims to offer you pre-industrial transhumanism.
Among the other projects you might like to support Klara H. Herbøl (LadyGamer), who is a freelance writer for Onyx Path, V5 and general creates RPG conent. Nemesis of the Nin Witch finances a new gamebook, The Magicians aims to create a supplement enabling play in the popular series, there are really big dLUX Jumbo and fancy Dynasty Procelain dice, you’ll find a Hellraiser Inspired Puzzle Box container, there is the World’s Finest Wallet of Holding portemonaie, a smoke launcher for your table names Monsters of Nature and many, many more interesting projects which you’ll find here:

German Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

English Crowdfundings

4 Role-Playing Games
2 Urban Fantasy Role-Playing Games
5 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
3 Science Fiction Role-Playing Games
3 Cyberpunk Role-Playing Games
1 Patreon
1 Gamebook
1 Setting
5 Supplements
2 Adventures
3 D&D Adventures
8 Dice Projects
4 Accessoires
5 Containers & Boxes
1 Card Deck
3 Enamel Pins
1 App
5 Various RPG Projectts
4 Other Games / Projects

Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game
1 Box
1 Larp Prop

French Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

Link: https://teylen.blog/2019/04/14/crowdfunding-collection-103/

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  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 104, including every tabletop project started between 04/14 and 04/21.

    Easter approaching didn’t slow down rpg crowdfundings, thus let’s get started.
    One Child’s Heart offers a very interesting game about empathy, hope and personal connections. It puts the player in the roles of child welfare professional who explore the memories of a kid, trying to help and heal. I consider the concept quite interesting and recommend having a look. If you are looking for a game for kids, instead about them, check out the A.R.M.zine. Then there is Big Eyes, Small Brains, which takes the BESM approach to Anime and aims at providing fast and fun one-shot games. If you’re more in creating your own setting, you might like to check out COMIRPG. I personally am more into science fiction and thus Zoetrope caught my attention. It has a card based system and one does play time travellers trying to keep time in shape. Then there is Augusta Universalis, which offers some really cool looking mech or rather power suits and promises tons of actions.
    The only game I actually backed, while technically only being like role-playing game adjenct, is Vampire: The Masquerade – Heritage. It’s a legacy boardgame with lots of cards and as I was a V5 supporter right next to one of their demo tables during SPIEL it looks really, really good.
    There are of course more project, like PuzzleTales. It doesn’t describe itself as a „game book“, but after checking out the description I think that’s what it is. I do actually like and consider backing the Pride Dice Bags. There is a Turn Keeper which looks mighty cool, Project Orion will help you paint your minis and I am quite astonished that 5e Fantasy RPG Advent Calendar and Terror at Weihnachten invoke christmas mood during Eastern.
    You’ll find these and more projects here:

    English Crowdfundings

    4 Role-Playing Games
    2 Science Fiction Role-Playing Games
    1 Gamebook
    1 Setting
    2 D&D 5E Settings
    2 Savage World Settings
    7 D&D 5E Adventures
    2 Dice Projects
    2 Card Decks
    3 Accessoires
    1 Soundscape
    1 Enamel Pin
    2 Miniature Projects
    2 Various RPG Projects
    3 Various Games with a RPG Influences

    French Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Game

    Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/04/21/crowdfunding-collection-104/
  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 105, including every tabletop project started between 04/21 and 04/28.

    In dieser Kurzübersicht gibt es mit A Town Called Malice ein Spiel welche das Gefühl von Nordic Noir Werken wiedergeben mag. Hier für nutzt man das gleiche System wie bei Home by Dark, was eher narrative ist und mit Fiasco vergleichbar. Once Upon a Time in Jianghu verwendet das mir besser vertraute PbtA-System und bietet den geneigten Gruppen Wuxia-Action. Wobei Spaceships & Starwyrms wiederum im Weltraum spielt und auf D&D 5E aufsetzt.
    Space Cats wiederum bietet ein kindergerechtes Science Fiction Setting mit Katzen, und wenn es finanziert wird, tut man den Kätzchen des Machern etwas gutes. Wohingegen sich Fate of Cthulhu am Mythos abmüht, wobei Buch-Liebhaber außerhalb der USA halt erstmal in die Röhre schauen. Mit Paths: World of Adia und First Kings gibt es daneben noch zwei Fantasy Rollenspiele. Wobei ich auch Charmed & Dangerous: A Princess Adventure Game einen Blick wert finde, auch wenn ich nicht sicher bin wie weit man es noch ein RPG nennen kann.
    Daneben gibt es viele coole weiteren Projekte, unter anderem auch coole aus Frankreich wie Bitume, schaut selbst:

    English Crowdfundings

    3 Role-Playing Games
    2 Fate based Role-Playing Games
    2 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
    1 Role-Playing Game Hybrid
    3 Supplements
    2 Adventures
    1 Dice Project
    1 Dice Tower
    1 Podcast
    2 Enamel Pins
    4 Various RPG Projects
    4 Various Game

    French Crowdfundings

    2 Role-Playing Games
    1 Gamebook
    1 Supplement
    1 Larp Project

    Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/04/28/crowdfunding-collection-105/
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