We've seen Kickstarter campaigns for some gaming minis earn tens and sometimes hundreds of thousands. How much do you think one would earn if it offered STL files for people who own 3D printers to use?
Fading Suns is a respected sci-fi space opera. Ancient jumpgates connect a medieval-style empire together, noble houses, guilds and religious sects.
You don't need an in-depth knowledge of wrestling to play the game. You just have to like a bit of action and soap opera level drama.
A pledge of $27 will get you access to the Multiverse at launch. That's been given the estimated arrival date of December 2020. That's so soon!
I've not played Blood Bowl in an age, but I've still long been tempted by having an undead team for a tournament. Yeah, I know, they're terrible to begin with but just get better and better.
Initially inspired by Xanathar's pest goldish Sylgar, but then adopted by Critters and Marisha Ray's Keyleth character, the Keyfish has found critical success.
Each of the playmats are limited in number insofar as they'll be printed again with a stitched edge.
Vampire: The Masquerade - Vendetta suits 3 to 5 players, each acting as one of the vampire clans in Chicago, trying to get rid of Prince Kevin.
Few know that permeating every corner of the Empire lies a cosmic horror, a darkness older than the Sphinx and mightier than the Titans.
Chaosium is looking for $25,000 to fund, and they've given themselves 21 days to do it.