Tag: Kickstarter


Plague Inc may also be getting a board game if their Kickstarter is a success

Yesterday we reported on This War Of Mine getting its own physical board game and that 11-bit Studio’s Kickstarter campaign has begun. We also said it is usually physical board games getting digital adaptations and not the other way around. Well it looks like the ‘other way around’ is becoming a trend as Plague Inc is looking to get a physical board game as well. Of course this solely depends on how successful the Kickstarter campaign for it is.


11-bit Studio’s This War Of Mine’s upcoming physical board game version now has its Kickstarter campaign live

Usually we see board games getting a digital version released onto mobile devices (and other platforms). However, on the flip side of things, 11-bit studio’s This War Of Mine game will be getting a physical board game version made. What’s even more interesting is the fact that 11-bit Studio promises that it’ll be just as intense as the video game. While news of the board game being made has been known for a little bit now, just to make everything official, the Kickstarter campaign for it has launched this morning.


Terra Sella Corporation are designing gaming chairs with features for all gamers including mobile gamers

Mobile gaming is by its very definition playing games while on the go. However, the entire platform has progressed to the point where you can sit at home playng your favorite mobile games for hours, playing them on your Android TV set-top box/console of choice, streaming on Twitch, and even eSports competitions. So with that evolution it should be no surprise that other aspects of the traditional gaming platforms are also making their way into the world of mobile gaming.


A new Kickstarter campaign has begun for Fabulous Beasts, where physical building meets Android gaming

To be released by Sensible Object, Fabulous Beasts is a new cross-platform game that’s undergoing a Kickstarter campaign. The game is designed to be played both in physical life on your tabletop, in conjunction with a game on tablets and smartphones. The inspiration for this game came from Sensible Object’s founder Alex Fleetwood while he was out camping and stacking firewood.