Kickstarter Weekly Round-up 11/10/2014
- Flamberge by Michael Savage-Benoist
A tactical RPG where both teams plan an attack and execute their strategies simultaneously. On PC, Mac and Linux. Demo available. Funded.
-Sylvio by Niklas Swanberg
Story driven, first person horror game. Female protagonist Juliette is a ghost hunter working in a sealed off park. PC, Mac and Linux. Nearly funded.
-Nubarron: The Adventure of an Unlucky Gnome by nastycloud
2D puzzle platformer following a gnome who is being harrassed by a stormy cloud. The cloud's lightning is both a help and a hindrance as it will kill the gnome if he sits still for too long, but it also aids him in solving puzzles. PC, Mac and Linux.
-Ember by Prantare
Story-driven, 2D puzzle platformer that allows players to bend physics in order to solve puzzles. PC, Mac and Linux.
-Writer Emergency Pack by John August
Card game aimed at helping writers get over writers block. Includes 26 illustrated cards. Funded.
-Night Witches by Bull Pulpit Games
Tabletop RPG about Soviet Airwomen of WWII flying nighttime bombing missions. Requires 3-5 players. Can be played as an individual 2-3 hour session, or can be expanded into a full campaign. Funded.
-Cucumber Quest by Gigi D. G.
Fantasy-adventure webcomic that's being printed. Follows a whole cast of entertaining characters. This kickstarter is for volume 3, but many of the backer options include a copy of the first two. Very cute art style. Lots of really cute backer rewards. Updates weekly online for free. Both PDF and physical options available. Funded.
-Zombie Highway: The Hard Cover Graphic Novel by Jason Pell
Group of thieves running from zombies try to find refuge on the open road. Light-hearted mixture of gore and humor. PDF and physical copies available.
-Radiotopia: A Storytelling Revolution by PRX, Inc
Supporting all Radiotopia podcasts, which include: 99% Invisible, Theory of Everything, The Truth, Radio Diaries, Strangers, Love+Radio, and Fugitive Waves. (Links lead to each respective podcast.) Lots of fun backer rewards like t-shirts or a 15-second audio recording that will be played on an episode of Love+Radio. Supports public radio. Funded.
-The SEAMS: In ever stitch, a story. by Jackie Lyden
A group of NPR veterans attempting to build a podcast about fashion as anthropology, history, symbolism and culture. Many cool backer rewards like a hand-loomed rebozo shawl, books, t-shirts and hand-sewn wine pouches.
-The National Park Poster Project by Robert Decker
Collection of graphic art posters of America's National Parks. Lovely vintage style art. Funded.