New Games May 19

I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 106, including every tabletop project started between 04/28 and 05/12.

As I had to fight, and am fighting, some health issue the collection got delayed a week, which is why it sport a big number of very cool projects with no fewer than 15 rpgs being funded.
The only game I backed though is A Cool and Lonely Courage, in the groups takes on the roles of women of the resistance in France during the war. Another rpg tackling history is Making History, which offers not one but three games with two set in the past. The games are short and concise, which I find interesting. I’m as well interested in Mud, Blood, & Glory, which is a game set in the Wild West, with seemingly more traditional mechanics, which I got starred too.
Another game that I got starred is Afterlife. Taking on the role of dead people trying to find out who they were in a surreal adventure sounds interesting. I do think that the approach of Facing the Titan which focus on the cost of the fight against Titans more than the tactic is interesting to. As is the Orpheus Protocol which offers a more traditional Urban Fantasy setting. Then there’s the Advanced: Pandemonium with a dystopian ScyFy fantasy Setting and the rather simple and fun S3RPG game. If you like science fiction you can look forward to the Traveller Fifth Edition, if you are more into Cyberpunk have a look at GeneFunk 2090 or if you’re more into SyFy take alook at Flotz. Fantasy enthusiast on the other hand can select from Five Torches Deep, Dimensions, Far Away Land and Escape from Orodor.
There are many more interesting project, like the Patreon of Eric Franklin for the Kicksnarker community, the Kingmaker project by Paizo on the GameOnTabletop platform, the Leather D20 Dice Bag Kit offering a do-it-yourself project for creating dice bags, a Dice Charger for lumicent dice, the LumaCast to literally luminate area of effects and many, many more:

English Crowdfundings

5 Role-Playing Games
3 „History“ Role-Playing Games
4 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
3 Science Fiction & Cyberpunk Role-Playing Games
7 Supplements
1 Supplement Material
2 Adventures
5 D&D Adventures
2 Dice Projects
5 Accessoires
2 Stickers & Badges
2 Soundscapes
1 Comic
4 Digital & Electronic Stuff
3 Map-Tile Projects
4 Various RPG Projects
5 Other Games

German Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game
1 Theater Project

Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Adventure

French Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game
1 Supplement
2 Series & Documentations
1 (RPG) Rum

Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/05/12/crowdfunding-collection-106/

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  • I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection no. 107, including every tabletop project started between 05/12 and 05/27.

    After a small break and the fantastic Larp experience Club Babylon Schwarz, I had a small delay, yet present to you the collection in full.

    Among the German projects you can see that ICONs RPG Assemble Edition and Savage Worlds Abenteuer Edition are receiving a translation if funded. Next to those the pre-order for Malmsturm – Länder des Sturms is started, it isn’t exactly a crowdfunding, yet imho as a original Fate setting and game it deserves a shoutout.
    There are plenty English games as well. Like Dark Trails, which caught my eyes because of the cool sugar skull thumbnail design and essentially promises Deadlands with a DCC ruleset. ‚TWAS -The RPG before Christmas is a game based on the game book by the same game book. It does offer a rules light system and aims to enable players to delve into legends and fairy tales. Then there’s Gate Watch, a small, card-based, GM-less game in which players explore what lays behind the titular gate.
    I am backing Dust Wardens, which is a Powered by the Apocalypse game, which explores queere communities on a road trip during the post-apocalypse. The fact that its offered in zine form makes it rather inexpensive. Then there’s Hearts of Wulin a PbtA games that offers Wuxia action. Then there is Harsh Generations which explores a fallen America with a mix of PbtA and Fate mechanics.
    Among the Fantasy games I would like to highlight Pirates of Pugmire by Onyx Path. It offers cool pirate setting with dogs, and cats, and birds exploring the high seas. Then there’s the red box of Dungeons & Delvers offering classical and Heola: The Starborn offering low fantasy. If you like your fantasy to be dark & metal you might rather – or in addition – have a look at MÖRK BORG, DEATHROLL or Sideralia.
    Next to those there are SF games, like Zoetrope. Zoetropes offers time traveling adventures that are fun, card based and rules-light. If you like to explore the edges of known space you might give the OSR, Black Hack game Golgotha a go. While if you are into retrofuture Cyberpunk and fitting 90s anime you should check out Hard Wired Island. Last but not least Vintage Space promises optimistics disco-era SciFi.
    There are of course plenty more interesting, engaging, cool projects. A gamebook named Twisty Little Passages, exciting settings like Ultramodern for D&D 5E, dice projects like the nifty Dice of the Giants or the eatable Sweet Rolls, there are Gamer Pens, a Sunset to Sunrise Larp set in the World of Darkness and many, many more projects! Take a look for yourself:

    German Crowdfundings

    3 Role-Playing Games

    English Crowdfundings

    3 Role-Playing Games
    2 PbtA Role-Playing Games
    3 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
    3 Dark Fantasy Role-Playing Games
    5 Sci-Fi & Cyberpunk Role-Playing Games
    1 Gamebook
    1 Setting
    2 D&D 5E Settings
    2 Savage Worlds Settings
    6 Sourcebooks
    2 Adventures
    5 D&D 5E Adventures
    6 Dice Projects
    1 Coin Project
    2 Dice Accessoires
    4 Accessoires
    1 Enamel Pin
    1 Card Project
    2 Digital Content
    2 Maps & Tokens
    4 Various RPG Projects

    Spanish Crowdfundings

    1 Adventure

    French Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Game
    1 Sourcebook

    Swedish Crowdfundings

    1 Role-Playing Game

    Article: https://teylen.blog/2019/05/27/crowdfunding-collection-107/
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