Vosven games has an expansive vision on their future and their website demands respect. Vosven Games’ website represents individuality, separating their site from many others. We have a site that choreographs our every move from who they are, to what they do. It’s almost lyrical dancing around their site and really getting to know them as a company. They constellate their ideas, their function, and their name into this story of art and development.

The detail of their websites navigation is as follows: Vosven blogs, kickstarters, Current and future projects, the shop, and information. The blog supplies us with updates on their projects and provides us with information regarding their current game, Collective Seasons.  Their kickstarter, will be providing us links to their games when they are ready to pledge. The ‘Current’ page links us to Collective Seasons, their current game, which I am excited to see. ‘Future’ gives us a gimps of what we are to expect out of Vosven Games future game developments including: six petals, and martial ground; both looking to be nothing less of impressive. ‘The shop’ gives us a place to (pre-order) purchase Collective Seasons before their kickstarter begins and ‘information’ supplies us with their mission, a FAQ, and a contact section for us.

qerheWe come here and we value the artwork we see in Collective Seasons, or any of their future development plans. We see minimalism, clarity on each page, and an information page for any questions. Vosven is raising the hype for this up-and-coming and I am more than happy to offer an “open-armed welcoming” for this brand to the Indie Tabletop community.

Visit them Here.


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.