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Hey there, faithful readers! I't’s another week, and another round of Kickstarter Weekly! This week we’ve got a campaign for some cool custom minis, a terrific game bag, and a campaign from our very own Jeremiah Isley! Let’s get to the good stuff!
Today’s review is going to be short, sweet, and to-the-point. Here at Theology of Games, we’re big fans of Level 3B’s Game Canopy bags. You can check out our Double-Take Review right here. But if there was one “disappointment,” it was that I’d have to move back to the gaming tub whenever I wanted to bring one of my long games. And I’ve got a lot of those: Torres, Java, Cyclades, Kemet, Concordia, and probably 15 others. Well I’m disappointed no longer, because Level 3B is introducing Deep Space, the bag we’ve been waiting for. Let’s check it out!
Hey there, faithful readers! It’s been a busy time here at Theology of Games, but we wanted to bring you a couple of new Kickstarter campaigns for your viewing pleasure. Let’s get to them!
We here at Theology of Games hope you had a wonderful Easter. He is risen, indeed. Today we’re highlighting a couple of campaigns currently running on Kickstarter. So let’s get to it!
It’s time to take a little trip back in time—like all the way back to 1570 and the Ming Dynasty in China. Gugong, better known as the Forbidden City. What are we doing here? Well, we’re trying to gain favor and political influence. How do we do this? Just go around visiting officials in the city, exchanging gifts with them. If you bring something better to them, you’ll gain points, and since it’s a game, you should get points…so you can win. Is Gugong an ornate vase of a game? Or is it just a bowl of rotten fruit? Let’s find out!
Thanks for joining us for another edition of Kickstarter Weekly, where we highlight a couple of games currently on Kickstarter. Let’s get to the game!
While I’m a dyed-in-the wool Euro fan, I still like to head into a dungeon every once in a while to kick some monster butt. Lately I’ve been scratching that itch by playing the Pathfinder RPG. And while most people only know Pathfinder as a roleplaying game system, for 5 years they’ve also had a card game based in their fantasy universe. Today’s review takes a look at the latest game in the series: Mummy’s Mask. Is the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game the apple of your Eye of Horus, or is it just a shambling dead end? Let’s find out!
Well, I guess we’re giving away more stuff!!! Yep! Now you can win a copy of Call to Adventure from our good friends at Brotherwise Games!
If you haven’t already you can read our review of Call to Adventure RIGHT HERE!
Or you can listen to Jeremiah’s review on That’s How I Roll RIGHT HERE!
Ok! How do you win!!?? Here we go!
Happy Monday, everyone! It’s an exciting week, because playoff hockey starts on Wednesday! Who’s your team? (Go Penguins!) But beyond that, we’ve got a couple of Kickstarter projects for you to check out. So let’s get to them!
From a young age you dream of nothing else than being a brave explorer, errr I mean you wish to become one with nature, or a heroic knight… or well. You get it. Right? Whatever your destiny is you feel the Call to Adventure! Call to Adventure is the latest offering from Brotherwise Games for up to four players (including a solo mode) that plays in about 30-60 minutes. So is Call to Adventure a call you should take, or is it just a rotten robocall? Let’s find out!