1066, Tears to Many Mothers, and Nine Other Winners!

Here they are! The top 10 Kickstarter tabletop game campaigns launched this week I think you should back and follow! Be sure to watch the videos below and follow the links to learn more about these campaigns!


1. 1066, Tears to Many Mothers

Project By: Hall or Nothing Productions – Outwit your enemy & recreate the Battle of Hastings in this multi-award nominated, 1-2 player, 30-40 minute, non-collectable card game.


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2. Zombicide: Green Horde

Project By: CMON – The medieval fantasy Zombicide saga continues with a horde of undead orcs, new environment features, resources and challenges!


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3. Take The Galaxy

Project By: Catch Time Studio – Take The Galaxy is an empire building card game set in the bright future of space exploration.


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4. Turing Tumble

Project By: Paul Boswell – Build mechanical computers powered by marbles to solve logic puzzles. Escape planet Eniac and discover how computers work.


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5. Zero Hour

Project By: Split Second Games – A cooperative press-your-luck survival game, from award-winning designer Jay Little


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6. Minerva

Project By: Pandasaurus Games – A new strategic board game from Hisashi Hayashi the designer of Yokohama and Trains! For 1-4 players in 60-90 minutes.


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7. Hammered Heroes

Project By: Kinetic Energy Productions – A balanced strategy game, with attitude, that’s designed to get your drinking friends into card games and your card game friends drunk.


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8. 12 Realms: Dungeonland

Project By: MAGE Company – 12 Realms returns as a standalone dungeon crawling game for 1-4 heroes including 46 highly detailed miniatures!


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9. Osprey Adrift

Project By: Plucky Robot – A card game of deduction, deception, and cannibalism on the high seas, for 4 to 12 players.


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10. Escape the Dark Castle

Project By: Themeborne – A simple, co-operative tabletop game for 1-4 players, with a stylish design inspired by 80s fantasy nostalgia.


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Daniel Zayas is owner and curator of this website. He has been ranking Kickstarter game campaigns via the Board Game Badger for three years. Daniel runs a consultant business via this website as well. Feel free to reach out to him in the links below.

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