Fourth Friday Fun Fund! Kickstarter Board Games

Today marks the first time I will be doing this Fourth Friday Fun Fund! Kickstarter Board Games thing. So let us see how it goes. 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! (Also, being a first time–Any feedback on improvement is welcomed).


A dice-less and competitive board game about outsmarting your enemies with a magnet-controller! 2+ players. OMNI is a competitive tactical board game that is about predicting your opponents’ actions and countering them with your own in simultaneous turn-based combat. In the fantasy world of Arbor, the popular pastime is OMNI where they re-enact their history. You play as one Arborian citizen playing a game of OMNI. OMNI offers its players the freedom of choice; build your own battlefields in an easy to learn but impossible to master table top game! No battle is the same and the tactical depth offers much to be discovered!

 


In March of the Ants, each player works to create a thriving ant colony, growing their nest economy and sending their ants forth into the meadow. Will your colony seek a path of symbiosis and peaceful coexistence, dedicate your colony’s resources to evolving your species, or pursue aggressive expansion, challenging other ants for territory? March of the Ants is a quick-playing, dynamic, open ended game that offers complex decision-making and multiple paths to victory.


Adorable to Horrible is an adult party game for 2-4 players. It’s a game that’s easy to learn and play, so you can quickly get to the fun and debauchery! Choose one of the four “Adorables,” do your best to keep them safe in their Happy Place cloud, while you push your opponents’ characters down the stony steps, toward “The Nasty Void!”


In Vikings Gone Wild, players take the role of heads of clans fighting against each other to prove to the gods who is the best.

You will gain Victory Points mainly by attacking other players, defending successfully, upgrading your Town Hall or completing missions. The game ends once a player reaches 40 or 30 Victory Points, depending on the number of players. But the final winner will be determined once the 24 bonus points have been attributed.

During each turn, you play the cards in your hand to buy units or defense towers, erect buildings and attack other players. You will have to find the right balance between investing in your economy (buildings, specials cards) and growing your army!


Are you ready for a new adventure? Tired of the same underworld adventure games week after week? Look no further! Find your GREATEST ADVENTURE on The Dangerous Sea! Explore uncharted waters, manage supplies, battle enemies and build alliances! A two to four player seafaring adventure game, The Dangerous Sea is sure to capture your imagination with every roll of the dice. With an ever changing map and a Viking theme, The Dangerous Sea is NOT your run of the mill adventure game. Will you let the current lead you, or will you try to fight the tide?


Barrage Battle is a tactical thrower board game requiring the skill of dexterity as well as strategy. It combines the physical technique of games like darts and pool, with the strategical elements of a game like Chess. Barrage Battle requires players to throw projectile dice at targets in addition to maneuvering units around the board. Barrage Battle is easy to learn, yet challenging to master which makes it engaging for players of all levels.

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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.

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