This past week on the tabletop

13/01/2019 – 19/01/2019

Image: Tainted Grail

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

Digital games is an industry with a lot of money and power behind it. But it seems that it can’t get a fraction of a foothold in Kickstarter the way tabletop can.

In a case of art imitating Stonemaier Games new title, Wingspan, flew off the shelves. Jamey Stegmaier is only too aware of the games current hard-to-find nature.

Can’t seem to get people around and playing your favourite Dire Wolf games? Digital may soon be to the rescue.

Shock hits the mainstream as people discover that actually reading the rules of Uno leads to knowing how the game works.

Featured crowdfunding campaign

Destination Danger by Guardian Moon Games

Want a pocket-sized role-playing adventure set in the 1930s that can be played anywhere, anytime, and with anyone? Destination Danger may be that game. The cards in the Destination Danger deck contain all the information needed for a quick and fun role-playing experience, with no player’s guide or DM book required. The game uses simple stats and easy-to-remember rules so that anyone can join in.

Destination Danger is designed by Jonathan Grover, with the Kickstarter being run by Jeff Rosenbaugh. The game has a funding goal of AUD$5,592 and has so far raised over AUD$1,880 with 17 days to go. This is the second time Destination Danger has been taken to Kickstarter, after the first attempt was cancelled.

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