IncrediBrawl designer Jake Leeman has created a family friendly game and you can help get it off the ground by participating in the kickstarter program.
IncrediBrawl, the fast paced, casual card game of geeky and childhood tropes, is V3G's first project and first leap into the board game market. The game will be completely sponsored and funded by fans through the Kickstarter platform. Without the help of fans (and hopefully lots of Indy natives), the project won't get off the ground. The Kickstarter can be found here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/v3g/incredibrawl
IncrediBrawl has a unique 'scaling rules' system that's adaptable to all levels of play. It's a relatively new concept in the industry; the game rules are malleable enough to be scaled down for young children, or scaled up for intensive, tactical, and strategic play for adults. A pledge of just $1 unlocks printable rules and the entire game in printable form if backers don't want the entier package.
The Kickstarter includes lots of awesome stretch goals, add-ons, and amazing rewards for backers- the more you invest, the more swag you get! The campaign is running for the next 33 days (ending Aug. 10), so hopefully we'd get a chance to come in and interview/demo within that time frame.
The official V3G website (with IncrediBrawl info) is: http://vision3games.com/
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