Interesting Kickstarter Catch-All

Has this been posted yet? Magic Puzzles

Only 2 more days until it closes and it's currently at like a zillion% of it's goal.

merphle wrote:

Has this been posted yet? Magic Puzzles

Only 2 more days until it closes and it's currently at like a zillion% of it's goal.

I think they sound really cool, but I'm not familiar with puzzle prices. We don't really do jigsaw puzzles in my family, although they do seem like they could be fun.

I'm very tempted but I'm not sure how much my 4 year old would enjoy it. She's a little to young to contribute and would be a lot of watching for her.

$20 for a single nice puzzle is fine, a little 'high end' but fine at least here in Seattle.

polypusher wrote:

$20 for a single nice puzzle is fine, a little 'high end' but fine at least here in Seattle.

$20 for a single nice non-magical puzzle, right?

I'm in for the three-pack, since I'm a sucker and my teenagers have been hinting that they'd be up for a jigsaw puzzle. Too bad they'll have to wait until Christmas.

Yeah a non magical puzzle I also backed for the 3 pack!

I did play an 'escape room' puzzle. it had some hidden stuff and a sort of puzzle to solve once the puzzle was done. It was an intriguing concept but the execution was kinda crappy.

Ooooh I forgot about magical puzzles. I backed it a week or so ago (all 3). Despite not shipping until October and hopefully not being a quarantine activity, I thought it would still be a lot of fun to do.

Found this peculiar looking platformer/RPG on kickstarter, but it looks like it might not get funded. I backed it, but the goal looks steeply out of reach.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...

Just backed this Kickstarter:
The Great American Witch

The Great American Witch is a modern gothic tabletop roleplaying game about the secret world of witches in America and the supernatural threats working to destroy them.

Built on Christopher Grey's award-nominated RPG framework The Great American Novel, the game focuses on powerful witches who use ancient magic drawn from the feminine forces of creation. They struggle to balance their everyday lives, the supernatural, secret societies, and personal conflicts within their covens.

The Great American Witch uses a framework similar to Powered by the Apocalypse Games, FATE, and indy storytelling games like Ten Candles. It is, however, designed for extended campaign play in the tradition of World of Darkness or other urban fantasy traditional games.

Yes, you will play witches, but they are not necessarily the witches of popular culture. They are not the tropes of film or anime. You will play witches of legend. You will play witches with the power to destroy societies and establish entire movements. You will play avatars of ancient goddesses: feared, worshipped, or reviled for ages.

Your witch topples governments, create miracles, and guides global leaders. Your witch protects the waking world from supernatural terrors, leads nations into glory, and saves humanity from themselves. Your witch is the divine on earth and keeper of the most powerful magic in the world.

No stretch goals just $15 for the PDF and a coupon if you want to get the hardcover later. It releases in September.

Oh hello! Please consider taking a look at this:

Not only do they have some amazing writing talent involved but they (might) also have me! Since i'm stretch goal no 1 to polish up all their maps

Dreadful Realms: Caverns of the Wise Minister

Twisted!

So, I found this oddball project for a Metroidvania with Romance Sim elements and I backed it, but it's almost a day before the dealine and it's still missing the goal.

I'm hoping posting it here might get it some support from the GJ community. I figure it might catch some eyes.

Romancelvania

brokenclavicle wrote:

Romancelvania

Great discussion of the project at 15:44 on the conference call last month:
https://www.gamerswithjobs.com/node/...

Keithustus wrote:
brokenclavicle wrote:

Romancelvania

Great discussion of the project at 15:44 on the conference call last month:
https://www.gamerswithjobs.com/node/...

Will check it out, for sure! Thanks!

Kind of self-serving, I'll be honest since it's my project, but figured this is the safest place on the forums to share it. I'm a teacher and I'm in the process of growing our limited makerspace. I have a DonorsChoose (like Kickstarter but for teachers) project up here.

If you have a second, please check it out. If you are kind enough to donate, for a few more days, using the promo code LIFTOFF, they'll match it up to $50. Either way, I appreciate your time and consideration.