Kickstarter Board game – Sedition Wars: Battle for Alabaster
So everyone has heard about Kickstarter by now am I right? No? Well it’s basicly a site were individuals and at times even companies can look to fund their projects through private funding. Meaning, everyone visiting the site can give any amount of money to projects they like/find awesome!
In the entertainment buisness/media there is constantly new articles about new Kickstarter projects and how well they’re doing. I thought I would do my part and share some info on one that is less… digital.
The boardgame: Sedition Wars: Battle for Alabaster.
So this is the fourth most funded game project on Kickstarter right now and the most funded board game.
They started asking for 20.000$ and ended up with… well… 951,254$!
That is insane! People have truly seen something in this game and were ready to support it to get their own copy of the game and hopefully support its future. It’s awesome to see things like this happening out there, and it’s becuase all of you gaming fans.
Below follows a quick summary of the game.
”Survival horror at its finest, game play is fast and bloody – creating urgency and claustrophobic terror, as the Vanguard fight for their very lives against an unrelenting nightmare.”
Battle for Alabaster is the first part in the Sedition Wars game experience. Future expansions will introduce exciting new factions, evocative settings and expand on the compelling storyline that guides the action. Once players have fought for control of Alabaster, they will want to continue the adventure in future episodes.”
Here are some vidoes about the game as well, explaining gameplay:
A message from Studioa McVey + story:
Well if you found this interesting go check out their website: http://www.seditionwars.com/
Until next time Nurglings, take care.
Posted on 11 July, 2012, in Board Games, News Update and tagged Alexander Eliasson, battle for alabaster, board game, information, kickstarter, miniature game, most funded, new, nurgle, nurgleprobe, project, sedition wars, tutorial, video. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.