This past week on the tabletop

17/11/2019 – 23/11/2019

Image Source: Niantic Labs, Junk Spirit Games

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

It’s not surprising to see the concepts of Pokemon Go applied to another property. But, Catan?

For some it’s not just fun and games. Libellud aim to support youth and education with a new foundation.

Liked the look of Charterstone, but haven’t had the time to get it to the table? Acram Digital and Stonemaier Games may just have a solution.

Continuing the Stonemaier Games theme. Jamey Stegmaier broke news of a new member to the companies ranks.

Featured crowdfunding campaign

Slip Strike

Travel into another dimension as Agents fighting it out using teleportation, time-travel, and a variety of weapons. Use cards to perform actions against your opponent. But take a hit and you lose. Dodge those hits by travelling through time and space, to somewhere where you aren’t hit!

Slip Strike is a two player card game. It has a goal of AUD$8,845 and has so far raised over AUD$4,800 with 19 days to go. The campaign is being run by David Gerrard, and is his seventh. Previous successfully funded and delivered games include By Order Of The Queen and Battle Of The Bards.

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