So here is another big month of Kickstarters. So without further ado, here they are.
EVERDELL EXPANSION by STARLING GAMES: Well the first game was very well recieved. However, this expansion is very expensive compared to the base game. It does have some upgrade, but for me, considering it has been described as an intro worker-placement game, the price is giving me pause. Undecided but probably pass.
LOCK-UP by THUNDERWORKS GAMES: I love Roll Player. I was less keen on the expansion, as I feel it makes the game swingier. I was unsure looking at this, so I watched a couple of playthroughs. This game looks really good. Backed.
EYE FOR AN EYE by DARWIN GAMES: I played this game at a convention. It was… okay. It reminded me of Roar-a-Saurus, but I preferred the simplicity of Roar-a-Saurus. It is a shame, as I probably would’ve backed it if I didn’t have Roar-a-Saurus as a duelling real-time game. Pass.
DALE OF MERCHANTS COLLECTION by SAMI LAAKSO: A very highly regarded game. It has a river offer where decks (like Dominion kind-of) are placed and you have to buy them and make stalls to win. It looked really good awhile back and I was trying to hunt it for awhile. However, now I feel other games that have come out have kind-of supplanted it. I really want to try it first. Pass.
ARTEMIS PROJECT by GRAND GAMERS GUILD: This looks really pretty. It also has a cool way of making both low, medium and high numbers good in your dice allocation phase, meaning you want a good spread of rolls. This seems really cool. Probably Back.