What You Missed...

MeThanks for joining us on another grand week here at Theology Of Games. Here's what you might have missed. After playing the DC Deck-Building game with Son The Elder, I wondered if anyone out there let their kids win. We got some great responses!

Then we brought you the news that the 4x game Eclipse is out on the iPad!

We interviewed Arctic Scavengers designer Kyle Gabhart.

The we had a Double Double-Take Review, of the cute games Pick-A-Pig and Pick-A-Dog.

And finally, Firestone took a look at the trick-taking game Little Devils.

That's it for this week. Stay tuned for more fun next week! (And we'll have a big Kickstarter Weekly tomorrow. Don't miss it!)

Rocket Dice—Bonus Kickstarter Weekly

And I think it's gonna be a long, long time/‘til touch down brings me round again to find/I'm not the man they think I am at home Oh no, no, no, I'm a rocket dice Rocket diiiiice, rolled some snake-eyes and now I am hosed

(With apologies to Sir Elton John)

diceGame Salute has launched a cool new Kickstarter campaign for Rocket Dice—rocket-shaped dice perfect for any space game. Prices start at $5 for one die of any color, all the way up to $120 for 31 rocket dice and a bunch of Alien Frontiers stuff.

In addition to the "normal" pip dice, you can also get Fudge style, which have two sides with a "+", two sides with a "-" sign, and two blank sides. Or dice with numerals instead of pips. And Game Salute helpfully did the homework on a bunch of spacey games—such as Star Trek Catan and Eclipse—so you'll know just how many Rocket Dice you'll need is you want to replace the dice in those games.

They've already hit their goal, so it will fund. Check them out on Kickstarter. And thanks for reading!