This past week on the tabletop

11/11/2018 – 17/11/2018

What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?

A backer of long awaited Super Dungeon Explore Legends filed a complaint with Washington AG. Ninja Division had something to say about it.

Here it is. Keyforge has launched, and the Master Vault is open for business. More or less.

While Stonemaier Games doesn’t use Kickstarter any more, Jamey is still keeping his eye on the platform. And asking questions.

Kotaku Australia lets everyone know how to get in a board game in Oz.

It’s a Kickstarter news trifecta. This time it is from Kickstarter itself, as they look to run Make 100 again in 2019.

Featured crowdfunding game

EMBERWIND: a new breed of tabletop role-playing game

This roleplaying game has a modular engine which allows players to combine rulesets to suit the characters in the party. The Core engine combines elements of RPGs and video games from the past 20 years, plus some new innovations. All streamlined to make it easy for new players to pick up and experienced players to dive deeper into strategy and storytelling.

Emberwind is designed, and being run by, Nomnivore Games. This is their first Kickstarter. The game has a pledge goal of AUD$26,131 and has so far raised over AUD$12,300 with 28 days to go.

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