Oh man. I’ve been watching this evolve game since several conventions ago. Bloodborne is based on a challenging video game of the same name. Players must fight horrifying plague beasts and insane villagers to discover the source of a maddening plague.
Designed by Michael Shinall and Eric M. Lang, the game is gorgeous and mini-filled. Fans of the video game series are chomping at the bit to get their hands on this one and, from what I’ve seen of it, they’ll be in for some brutal battles. If you love Bloodborne or are really into tough co-op games, take a look at Bloodborne the board game on Kickstarter here.
In QWARKS WANTED it’s open season on quarks and you are an eagle-eye quark hunter. There are 36 different quark cards that have a variety of colorful quarks and each turn criteria cards will will tell you which quarks you are looking for and which ones are forbidden.
When quarks are revealed, you must quickly select the quark card that has the most matching criteria without any forbidden criteria by slapping your hand down on it. The game has an extra element of difficulty as you need to remember what criteria you met without looking at your card. If you can rattle off the characteristics you matched, you gain points for each one. QWARKS WANTED looks fast-paced, challenging, and delightfully colorful. Check it out now on Kickstarter here.
Kingswood is a light, family-friendly, action-selection game where players are looking to gain fame and glory by ridding the nearby forest of monsters. On their turn, players will move the adventurers around the village taking the actions of the place they just vacated as well as their new space. These actions can get them the vital resources they need to venture into the monsters territory and take them down.
The cool part of the game is that everyone controls the same adventurers, so the move one person makes will affect the next players available actions. Kingswood looks clever and strategic. You can learn more about the game here on Kickstarter.
Let’s Play Games is a website that connects gamers so that they can play their favorite games together. You can join for free and search for gaming parties in your area or host your own events. This is perfect for GMs looking for new players or to finally get to play that queue of board games waiting on your shelves.
Right now the designers are looking to expand their community to more cities and to develop an app that will make it even easier to create events or find other games to join. Learn more on the Let’s Play Games Kickstarter here.
What Kickstarters are you backing this week? Let me know in the comments below and check back next week for more fun projects!