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Board Games by Gamelyn Games

These are the board games published by Gamelyn Games.
Tiny Epic Galaxies board game
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Rank: 106
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  • Players: 1 - 5
  • Playtime: 30 - 45 min
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  • Publisher: Gamelyn Games
Tiny Epic Quest board game
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Rank: 357
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  • Players: 1 - 4
  • Playtime: 30 - 60 min
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  • Publisher: Gamelyn Games
Tiny Epic Kingdoms board game
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Rank: 499
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Tiny Epic Zombies board game
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Rank: 637
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Heroes of Land, Air, & Sea board game
Tiny Epic Western board game
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Rank: 729
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Tiny Epic Galaxies: Beyond the Black Expansion board game
Tiny Epic Defenders (Second Edition) board game
Tiny Epic Defenders board game
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Rank: 1185
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Tiny Epic Mechs board game
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Rank: 1312
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I'd love to hear from Scott Almes and Michael Coe (Michael being CEO--I think--of Gamelyn Games).

Floor space, it would have to be Renegade Game Studios. As for actual number of games from one company, it's a close race between Gamelyn Games and Renegade Games.

I backed a few games on Kickstarter over the last year and there are definitely a few I wish I had waited on the retail editions.  Many of the SG left a lot to be desired.  It felt like just more stuff thrown in the box.  It was nice but could have been better.  I remember I was very underwhelmed by the SG for Western Legends.  As much as I love that game I'd love to have saved some money and got it a few months after the retail release.  Having said that I have a few qualifications for backing a Kickstarter now.

1. Do I trust the company to deliver a great Kickstarter Edition of a Game.

2. Do I feel strongly about what the company offers in general and I want to support them

3. Is it a game that looks like I absolutely need it but it won't have a retail release. (I've only done this once and doubt I'd do it again.)

Having said that.  Leder Games is a company I trust and I want to support.  Therefore, barring some kind of information during the Kickstarter that makes the game look really bad I will most likely back Oath within the first couple of days.

Additionally, since I started the hobby I have backed 3 of 4 Tiny Epic games. (TEM did not interest me).  I trust Gamelyn Games and I know they will get their product out close to (usually right) on time.  I also know I'm going to get something I really enjoy because I've liked all the other TE games.