Kickstarter Weekly - August 8, 2014

We're a tad late this week because we FINALLY got another podcast episode up! What? Yep, go check it out RIGHT HERE! But, better late than never, and there are certainly some awesome campaigns that we simply cannot wait to tell you about! So, let's do this!

Featured Campaign

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Nautilus Industries - Micheal Friesen/Lamp Light Games

Well, there's no mistake about it. This is one of the better games to hit Kickstarter in a long time; you definitely want to check this one out. There are tons of stretch goals that will enhance the already great looking components! You can read our full review by clicking this link right here!


  • Title - Nautilus Industries

  • Campaign ends - Sept. 4, 2014

  • Pledge for base game - About $55 USD

  • Find it here!



[Redacted] - Ludicreations

Well, this one certainly has everything we like to see in a game: bluffing, intrigue, spy craft, backstabbing...need we go on? The game plays in three floors where the players/spies are on secret missions looking to complete them while trying to trip up their opponents! We definitely think this is worth a good look!


  • Title - [Redacted]

  • Campaign ends - Sept. 4, 2014

  • Pledge for base game - $45

  • Find it here!




Compounded: Geiger Expansion - Dice Hate Me Games

Compounded is a game of chemistry, and completing experiments in the lab. With the Geiger Expansion players will have new aspects of the game to tackle as well as a sort of temporary allegiance mechanic that will throw players together to defuse threats to the lab!

The campaign will also fund a second edition printing of the base game, so if you missed out on the first run, here's your chance to jump in and grab them both!


  • Title - Compounded: Geiger Expansion

  • Campaign ends - Aug. 31, 2014

  • Pledge for base expansion - $20

  • Find it here!



Well, that's it for this week! Check back next week for more from TOG, including tons of social media coverage from Gen Con!!

What campaigns are your backing? Did we miss something awesome?? Let us know!