Boardgames in Blighty Kickstarter News – Game of Blame is live!
I do like “take that” type games so let me bring to your attention Game of Blame by Richard Wolfrik, published by WarmAcre.
Game of Blame is described as a game about shirking your duty and as a cunning, confrontational card game for aspiring Tudors, Borgias and Lannisters. Charming eh?
This looks like a mean filler game which could indeed be good fun for those who enjoy “sticking it” to their friends. The theme appears to be fun and the art looks nice.
The price is certainly nice and the postage is EU, US, Canada and Aussie friendly which is always a plus.
If you think that “take that” games are fun, check out Game of Blame here.
From the project –
The Queen is in a bad mood because the Realm is a total mess. Someone is going to pay – just make sure it isn’t you!
In this fast-paced card game for 2 to 4 players you raise the issues that will earn the Queen’s displeasure, then blame your friends. Cold-blooded betrayal has never been so much fun!
Boardgames in Blighty Kickstarter News – Glori Eternia is relaunched at a nice price!
Glori Eternia is an interesting little number for you Kickstarter fans. UK publisher British Briefs are looking to get their game funded. Do you like cheebie art? check it out. And these are clearly crazed and violent cheebies which to me is hilarious.Reading the preview comments, there seems to be more here than meets the eye. They are already almost at the 50% funded mark after less than 24 hours.
And at £8 (still a few earlybirds left) or £10 and EU friendly? A nice price!
From the project page…
From every land mighty warriors come to Glori Eternia in order to prove their might on the battlefields. This clash of cultures, might and egos will lead to plenty of underhanded tactics in combat, as warriors collide not only with the enemy but with each other as well.
In the sea of battle, the glory seeking champions will find treasures, battle fearsome foes and even suffer blows that would defeat any mere mortal. But these warriors have no time for failure, for they fight for Glori Eternia!
Glori Eternia is a fast paced card game for 2 to 4 players, in which players compete to be the first to defeat one-hundred foes on the field of battle. The game takes 15-30 minutes to play. Around 7-8 minutes per player.
Check the Glori Eternia project here!