Kickstarter news 11/5/14 – If I had the money I would have a look at…
Ok so this week we have 3 game projects on Kickstarter that I would look at seriously if I had the spare cash. Standing out from the rest are…
I Say, Holmes from Victory Point Games
Sherlock Holmes and his companions are at your disposal as you try to catch the most notorious villains of Victorian era London.
The Game is Afoot and it’s up to you to solve the case! Sherlock Holmes and his cadre of clue-seeking companions are at your disposal as you attempt to catch some of the most notorious villains of Victorian era London in Victory Point Games’ I Say, Holmes!You’ll have a variety of different cards at your disposal, including Arrest, Clue, Alibi, and the I Say? cards, which call on Holmes and his friends to help discover the whereabouts of the criminal elements.
Victory Point Games are a proven successful small publisher and have a cool themed project here.
Brave the Elements from Chaos Publishing
Discover a land of wonder where the ability to control the four elements—Fire, Air, Earth and Water—has become second nature. Conjure powerful disasters and infiltrate your opponents’ societies while developing your own and defending it from harm.
Using the Elements as weapons? Sounds fun and a nice departure in the fantasy genre from the usual retreads.
Maha Yodha: A card game from the world of Hindu Mythology from Leprechaun Games USA
Maha Yodha is a two-player strategy card game set in the ancient and mystical world of Indian mythology. Maha Yodha is simple to learn but has hidden depth, captivating new players and challenging seasoned gamers.
By unlocking these ancient Indian stories and unleashing these warriors of yore, we have created a strategic card game with an unique theme, that is both brand new and several millennia old.
Hindu fantasy, immediately stands our as something different and this one looks cool.