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What is that old adage from Benjamin Franklin? "Nothing is certain except death and taxes..." At this point, we might as well add the hobby gaming corollary: "also certain are dice and card game versions of games with any shred of popularity." More about this new kickstarter over at www.dicetowernews.com
The latest KeyForge edition is live on Gamefound now. KeyForge: Winds of Exchange is the first KeyForge set released in two years, after Fantasy Flight reported the algorithm for Keyforge was broken in 2020. According to designer Richard Garfield and publisher, Ghost Galaxy, the algorithm has been restored, and a team of engineers have brought it back online. The KeyForge IP and technology was sold to Christian Petersen's company Ghost Galaxy in July 2022, for future publication.
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Originally teased by publisher Iello at Essen Spiel 2021, King of Monster Island by designer Richard Garfield and artist Paul Mafayon is a cooperative, monster-battling game. Like its predecessors King of Tokyo and King of New York, players take on the roll of a monster looking to smash, but this time you’re not smashing each other... You’re working together to smash an even greater menace living in the volcano on Monster Island. Read more about this new 'King of' game over at www.dicetowernews.com
Tilt Five raised $1.7 million with a successful Kickstarter campaign for their augmented reality (AR) gaming system in October 2019. The gaming system currently is in the midst of fulfillment for Kickstarter backers. The AR system functions through three items. Users wear glasses that plug into a PC or Android device and project images onto the system's retroreflective game board. This creates a 3D holographic image of the game's components. Players interact with the components via the system's hand-held wand controller. Check out the rest of the article over at www.dicetowernews.com
Have you ever played Ca$h ‘n Gun$, by designer Ludovic Maublanc and artist John Kovalic, and thought the theme of criminals taking potshots at each other to see who gets to keep a share of the loot from their latest heist was just a tad bit too violent? Maybe you wanted to play the game with your children, but the idea of pointing guns at them, even foam guns, made you a bit queasy? Well now you no longer need worry! Head over to www.dicetowernews.com to read more!