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Kickstarter Backers Perspective: Episode 6

Hello! It’s Friday, which means another episode of Kickstarter Backers Perspective. If you are unfamiliar with this type of article, it is me (Clinton Morris) scrolling through all of the board game projects on Kickstarter (there were 592); Then I discover a few that I think the rest of you would like to enjoy.

What is in-store for us today? A crazy Jurassic Park like game that boasts an amazing designer; Entering into the beautiful and mysterious take on the world on Dune; A game that asks the question “Whats behind the door is it a Lady or a Tiger”; A duo commentary team that is both hilarious and creative; Taking a deep dive into the molecular structure of the human cell. . .

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Kickstarter Backer Perspective Episode 5

Hello there it’s Friday, which means another episode of Backers Perspective. If you are unfamiliar with this type of article, it is me (Clinton Morris) scrolling through all of the board game projects on Kickstarter (there were 252); Then I discover a few that I think the rest of you would like to enjoy.

What is in-store for us today? Several games set within the infinite voids of space, either competing through diplomatic supremacy or winning race filled missions, and then off to the evil sanctum where you become the baddies protecting what is rightfully yours; after that we will dive into the depths of the dungeon as Orcs. Our last stop will be a mythical world of shifting realities. . .

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Dust Review

This is not a remake of Risk. Imagine a world where the German Army discovered Alien Technology and used it to enhance themselves. All of a sudden Alien Technology is popping up across the world, and instead of the Allies winning the War, the battle is still raging.

Dust answers this question with a huge box full of plastic and cardboard. This is a 2-6 player tactical, area control, victory point, dice chucking game.

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This War of Mine – Backer Perspective

This War of Mine (TWOM) grabbed my attention from the first time I saw the title and the thumbnail art. I clicked into it and was immediately mesmerized by the video.

War, pain, poverty, and stark unfeeling reality smash you in the face. The game is more than just a game, its a story based upon human emotions and morals during the roughest times.

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