Kickstarter of the Month: Fourth Friday Fun Fund #4

fourth friday fun fund

Kickstarter of the Month: Fourth Friday Fun Fund #4

With a bit of a hiatus, I bring to you week #4 that I will be doing this Fourth Friday Fun Fund! Kickstarter Board Games thing. So let us get started. Today, We’ll be showing you videos and progress of some awesome new games that look great and seem promising. So check them out and see if they seem your type! All the content you see below is from each project’s kickstarter. I felt it would only make sense to have them tell you about their board games rather than hear my opinion on them. Why is this? I may not have played all of them and wouldn’t feel right giving my opinion on something I haven’t played, and if I have played it–I’d rather not share my thoughts on something I’d played when It’s being showcased next to something I haven’t played. With that being said, Enjoy!


Reign

The King is dead!

Without an heir, the kingdom of Kazath is in chaos. You are poised to take the Onyx Crown for yourself, but power rarely comes without cost. You must use those around you to achieve victory, raising your army to build your legitimacy, forging temporary alliances… and plotting their inevitable betrayals.


Kiwetin

There is something off about the Kiwetin forest. Its spirits have entered into a thrilling race. With the help of the wind, you will have to find your way one branch to another to catch the sacred flower first. However, the forest will play tricks on you; it could be a help or a hindrance. One of the quickest and complex board games I’ve seen on kickstarter. On Kickstarter now!


Mageling

Mageling is a “dice activation” game in which 1-4 players use a set of custom Rune Dice to acquire and activate magical scrolls that they collect on their journey. Players must choose these scrolls wisely as there are many forms of magic to explore: delve into the world of Dream to draw upon visions and spirits from the nexus; commune with the wisdom of Hedge to harness strange magical creatures; master Death to haunt your opponents; bring order to runes through Divination; or open your mind to the mysterious path of Aether to merge all five schools of magic into one devastating confluence of energy. Whichever path you choose, you must learn to adapt to the shifting magic of the nexus. Now go forth and find the power within! On Kickstarter now!


Argle Bargle

Argle Bargle is a riotously funny, deceptively simple card game where players take turns building ridiculous insults out of words and phrases to humiliate and defeat their friends. The core game is appropriate for ages 14 and up. It is easy to learn and play, and appeals to the party gamer and the tactician alike. Games last 15 to 30 minutes each and can be played with up to 8 players. On Kickstarter now!


 

No Blank Left Behind

On the surface No Blank Left Behind (formerly Blank This Game!) appears to be just another Cards Against Humanity clone with a few seemingly minor differences. First players have four statements/questions on each card to choose from. Second rather than be provided a hand of cards with a predefined responses, No Blank Left Behind instead utilizes whiteboards and dry erase markers allowing players to come up with their own responses, limited only by their individual imaginations. And lastly who wrote what answer is not kept a secret from the judge or as it is known in No Blank Left Behind “The Dictator”. This allows players to lobby for their answer and explain why theirs is obviously the best.

facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterest

Joseph Nicholas

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Indietabletop. Communication major. Favorite mechanics include: Bluffing and Deduction, modular boards, and action point allowance. Favorite video game genres are Rpgs, Puzzles games, and Sim/Tycoons.

You may also like...