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Kickstarter Ending (3/29 - 4/5) [Domina Anthology, featuring Pralaya, Miraris, and Argoat., Trumps and Ladders, Shadows of Kilforth: A Fantasy Quest Game for 1-4 heroes, The Veil: Inh...]Like| 7 comments | [+]
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the day they announce an asymmetrical cyberpunk tactical combat board game with spaceships i'm just going to mail the publisher my bank account details

I am super excited for the new Root Expansion! I'd love to see improvement for 2-player gameplay!

Top games I want to see in 2021 are:

#Oath: Chronicles of Empire and Exile - the production value and the playing and slowly altering the game is probably going to be incredible. Can't wait for it to arrive.

#In Too Deep - is a new type of game for me, but the kickstarter really sold me on it. Puzzle/Detective/Cyberpunk feel - seems awesome!

#Nemesis Lockdown - Who doesn't like aliens coming out of your chest?

#Endless Winter: Paleoamericans has huge hype behind it, but it seems like a great addition to any collection. Happy to have grabbed this one.

Going to be a great year!

 

 

 

 

Oh how I would like if someone put this kind of effort into a sci-fi or cyberpunk game.

This topic speaks to me because I've gotten sick and tired of fantasy and fantasy tropes in games and I want to see more cyberpunk and sci-fi in board games. It's time. The fact that FFG has never done anything with the TI universe besides TI and #Rex: Final Days of an Empire I'll never know. Anywho, please stop fantasy, please, stop. I think there's a post in there somewhere....

I don't have a ton of space games myself (I want to) but some that I really like are #Circadians: First Light and #Star Wars: Outer Rim. Circadians is a great dice placement game with a sharp theme and resource bits that are just too dang small. Outer Rim is a great space adventure that can be a load of fun but if someone isn't playing towards the objective and instead having a space adventure the game time can spiral to obnoxious lengths.