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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #121, including every tabletop rpg project started between 10/07 and 10/13.

This week I discovered and am very enthusiastic about Moth Children, A Vampire TTRPG created by Dane Asmund. I am really intruiged by the idea to combine moth, and their mythological background, with the creation and existence of vampires and thus genuinely curious with and fascinated by the setting.  It’s, at least for me, a excitingly novel approach to vampires and addition to the genre. The mechanics is based on two wheels – one the ST have and one each player has – which I consider interesting. The playtest of the game offers insight in what it will become and I trust the creator based on previous projects. I do highly recommend that you take a look at the project and back it.
Another project I backed and recommend is Doikayt: A Jewish TTRPG Anthology. It offers a collection of short tabletop roleplaying games about Judaism or Jewish themes, written and illustrated by Jews. From what I’ve seen currently the anthology includes about ten games offering quite a variety in topic. I do recommend that you take a look and backed it myself as it ready very enticing.
If you are more interested in historical fantasy, you should take a look at Wolves of God. The game uses England during the Dark Ages setting and the system of Stars without Numbers for the game mechanics, being quite close to B/X.
For more fantasy you might take a look at Advanced Fantasy, a d100 based system that has been created with love for complex and challenging games in mind. Then there’s Warden’s Game. The project does offer rather little information in regards to setting or system yet appears to be a labour of love.
The gamebook in this collection Destiny Dez, Drum of Destiny, is being created with very young children in mind, and offers an entry to role-playing games.
Then, if your interested in Larps, you might like to try Twain. A small larp for one player. Which I find a quite curious concept.
There are other quite interesting projects, like the Fantasy World Creator, which allows to easily create maps and tiles for D&D anbd other games. There are adventures aimed at the whole family and kids like Big Book of Amazing Tales and The Legend of Gimcrack Jack. Well or dice accessoire like the Dice Crypt or the Unity Dice Necklace. Next to many other, interesting projects, which you can see here:

Englisch English Crowdfundings

5 Role-Playing Games
1 Gamebook
1 LARP
2 Settings
3 D&D Settings
3 Sourcebooks
2 Supplements
1 Adventure
2 Adventures for the Family
3 Dice Projects
2 Accessoires
1 Soundscape
2 App Projects
2 RPG Comics
2 RPG Gifts
1 Save a Crowdfunding Campaign
3 Various RPG Projects

Deutsch German Crowdfundings

1 Sourcebook

Französisch French Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #120, including every tabletop rpg project started between 09/22 and 10/07.

Following a small break, I return to present no fewer than 14 English RPGs and a whole bunch of Spanish and French ones.
To start the list I’d like to direct you to Little Monster Detectives by Nosolorol. The project funds the translation of the Spanish games that is made for kids and with kids in mind. If you like to have a in-depth look at how it works, I highly suggest checking out the review at the GMS Magazine YouTube channel by Paco Jean. If I had children, I would have backed the game enthusiastically. Back to an older demographic, the  vs. KICKSTARTER 2 projects does attempt to fund three micro games at one. You’ll have the choice between post-apocalyptic action, killing Hitler or fighting in mechs, which sounds like a fun mix. The Charm Universal RPG does offer more to read, yet it keeps the character sheet down to the size of a business card, has a universal approach and looks quite cool and colorful. Ross Rifles does contrast it by putting the player characters in the trenches of a war, fitting them with a Powered by the Apocalypse to survive (or not?). If you consider that to be a bit heavy, maybe take a look at Drinking Quest: Old Habits and combine gaming with drinking (responsible tho, imho).
Which does offer a nice transfer into the Fantasy Genre. For this you’ll find the Savage Worlds based Gods and Masters on the one hand. It offers urban guerrilla fights mixed into the fantasy stuff. Which I find a bit dazzling but not as dazzling as electric powered steam-tech that’s provided with Nuadan Chronicles on the other hand.
Less confusing and more cool you might like to checkout Haunted West for an entry into the Weird West genre. Chris Spivey, who previously gave me the splendid Harlem Unbound sourcebook, explores the weird west from the perspective of people that tend to get the short stick in the Genre. Given that I liked his previous work am genuinely tempted. Another interesting project in regards of weird alternative history is Agon, which offers you heroic stories in a mythic world – which I take to be a take on ancient Greece. It’s designed by John Harper (Blades in the Dark) and published by Evil Hat, thus well worth having a look.
From fantasy to science fiction RECLAIMER sparked my interest. Befitting to current political challenges it addresses a climate crisis in the future and an eco-insurgence that aims to battle it. The game looks great and uses the tested system of Cryptomancer, thus am tempted. If you are more interested in a space punk take on the SF genre, check out. Dark Stars and it’s d100 system to go of on adventures.
Seekers Beyond The Shroud is a solo-rpg and has the player explore the literal occult underground, braving various dangers. It looks great, is right in my ball park and the project in this list that has me tempted the most. Though there’s more urban fantasy like Visigoths vs. Mall Goths. With the Visigoths looking like Visigoths had a crash into Visual Key while being dragged through the 80s. I have neither a connection to Visigoths nor to Mall Goths, though if you do, take a look! Last but not least there’s Night Shift. The Urban Fantasy game uses the O.G.R.E.S system by Elf Lair Games that apparently is OGL inspired. You might play stuff like Buffy, Charmed or an Urban Fantasy setting of your own device. For which the game provides interesting classes, various playstyles and mechanics. It’s well worth having a look.
There are many more cool projects. Like the gamebooks Destiny’s Role 1 or Escape from Darkmoor Keep. The marvelously sparkling 2020 Glitter Dice and many more, just take a look:

A brief word, before the list. Sadly currently the evidence is suggesting that Kickstarter might have fired two of its workers for trying to form a union (Kickstarter accused of union-busting after firing workers). Kickstarter does in general oppose Unions, will do anything against them and spreads the usual company propaganda against them (Kickstarter To Workers and Project Creators: Drop Dead).
I personally think that shitty and sucks. It did effectively dampened my enthusiasm for backing stuff on their platform. Well, that and doing my bookkeeping. It ain’t meant as a call for boycott, cause in the end it hits the creators, more something that happend, that’s of relevance and maybe worth knowing/considering.

Englisch English Crowdfundings

5 Role-Playing Games
2 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
2 Mythic & Weird Fantasy Role-Playing Games
2 Science Fiction Role-Playing Games
3 Urban Fantasy Role-Playing Games
2 Gamebooks
4 Sourcebooks
2 Settings
6 Adventures
5 Dice Projects
2 Accessoires
2 Playing Cards
4 Maps & Minis
2 Various RPG Projects
2 Other games with RPG relevance

spain Spanish Crowdfundings

3 Role-Playing Games

Französisch French Crowdfundings

4 Role-Playing Games

Italian Crowdfundings

1 Adventure

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #119, including every tabletop rpg project started between 09/15 and 09/22.

This time around with no fewer than 13 roleplaying games in English, with one of those coming from Germany.
Aces in Space is a project done by Christian Vogt and his teams. The setting has the players assume the role of daring space pilots and is somewhere between Battlestar Galactica and Sons of Anarchy with some Social Media elements thrown into the mix. The whole presentation is, imho, so brilliant that I backed it, despite my personal aversion towards Fate Core. Another cool setting that does tempt me a lot is Heart: The City Beneath by Grant Howitt. The Deep Apiarist with its swarms of bees caught my eye and has me enticed. The system of the games is inspired or rather based on the one in The Spire and those who back it get a quickstarter upon pledging. 10 Workers United isn’t a phantastical game but highlights the necessity of unions. The zine is a direct reaction towards Kickstarter firing workers who claim they got the boot because they tried to unionized. I backed it. If your more interested in spies and villains with super powers, you should take a look at CAPERS Covert. The charming setting is supported by the tried and tested card based system of CAPERS and CAPERS Noire. I am considering to back it about as much as I am considering backing PunkApocalyptic. The newest game by the creator of Shadows of the Demon Lord as a cool, punkrock take on the Apocalyptic genre and is, as stated, quite tempting. If you like your alternative reality less punk like and less apocalyptic, maybe take a look at the fantasy system offered by Gaval Tales.
Back to the apocalypse, there’s Libreté. The games is a continuitation of the French game Perdu sous la Pluie (Lost under the Rain), and one does play lost childred. The system is a unique take on the Powered by the Apocalypse system and I do feel enticed. Another PbtA game, yet without the apocalypse, is Root. Based on the board game by the same name gamers will play little mice and other animals who brave adventures. Under Hollow Hills by Meguey and Vincent Baker isn’t particularly dark either as it focusses it’s setting on a traveling circus aiming, from what I feel, to be accessible by younger players.
Then there are quite some d10 based games. Like Deviant: The Renegades, the newest gameline by Onyx Path to be added to the Chronicles of Darkness. The players play creatures or people who’ve been created to fight the various supernatural forces of the CofD, yet turned on their creators. Which is more interesting than I gave the first pitches credit for. Scouts of the Wyrdwood Forest on the other hand is a rather colorful game, in which the players try to explore some mystical woods. Where as Era: Forbidden focuses on the conflict between Angels and Demons using the solid game engine of other Era-games. Last but not least SLA Industries will get a second edition in which players have to deal with a futuristic yet dystopian city and its strange inhabitants.
Next to those cool games, which really put me under the agony of choice, there are plenty more, fascinating, worthwile projects. Just take a look:

Deutsch German Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

Englisch English Crowdfundings

5 Role-Playing Games
3 Powered by the Apocalypse Role-Playing Games
4 d10-based Role-Playing Games
1 Sourcebook
2 Adventures
4 Dice & Coin Projects
1 Accessoire
1 Enamel Pin
4 Various RPG Projects
1 RPG Hybrid

spain Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Campaign

Französisch French Crowdfundings

1 Sourcebook
1 Map
1 Novel

Italian Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #118, including every tabletop rpg project started between 09/09 and 09/15.

In this collection you’ll finde 8 roleplaying games.
I’ll start with Hyper Light Drifter. The game is based on the videogame by the same name and shares its aesthetics as well as setting. Thus the players will be exploring a post-apocalyptic world with forgotten technologies to discover using a d20 system alongside tactical combat using a mat. The whole game will come in a stylish SNES style packaging and it does look enticing. Then there’s the Otherworlds RPG. It’s a colorful rpg with a varied fantasy setting that has some SF elements here and there. Personally, I like the vampires, of whom some can turn into giant spiders (cool!) and it has a kind of „energetic“ vibe to it which is why I got it starred. In regards to the system it looks rather tradition. Retired on the other hand is a story game that sees two gamers – narrator and a player – exploring the retirement life of a former super villain. The concept sounds fresh as well as interesting and I trust Caias Ward in realizing projects, thus take a look and give it a chance. If you prefer playing heroes maybe Disposable Heroes is better suited to your interest. Though heroes might be a bit optimistic for glorified mail man in this card based PbtA rpg. It does sound interesting. Then there’s Neotoma with it’s original Science Fiction setting with some Sword & Sorcery elements. It does use d12 and d20 for its system, the character sheet looks rather traditional and if you want to learn more you should follow the link to its website. Then there’s SLICE, a rules light game that should be approachable to kids. Well and there’s Ashes of New Earth, which aims to finance the Art for the game.
I wasn’t actually sure how to fit in SQUABBLES or whether it fits at all. The term roleplaying game is used in the more educational to therapeutic sense of trying to teach lessons. In this case how to handl, react and resolve conflicts based on the methods devolped by Brooks Gibbs. It’s still a game, yet not exactly a normal „roleplaying game“.
Among the other projects I am highly enamored with the Story Engine deck. It offers various sets of card to come up with stories including characters, antagonists, aspects, twists and more. I like the idea, presentation, did back it and do recommend having a look. Another project worthwhile checking out is Homunculus Assembly Line, a magazine which is created in a collaboration of 6 artists who all contribute to the project.
There are many more fascinating and cool adventures, sourcebooks, dice and more! Just take a look:

Englisch English Crowdfundings

8 Role-Playing Games
1 Role-Playing Game Hybrid
3 Sourcebook
3 D&D 5E Sourcebook
3 Card Decks
1 Magazine
2 Adventures
2 D&D 5E Adventures
4 Dice Projects
2 Token Projects
4 Accessoires
1 Soundscape
1 Enamel Pin
1 Various RPG Project

spain Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

Französisch French Crowdfundings

1 Gamebook

flag-400 Chinese Crowdfundings

1 Murder Mystery Game

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #117, including every tabletop rpg project started between 08/26 and 09/09.

Following a small break, I am back with no fewer than 64, of which 16 are actual new games. Giving a small shout out to a new German game, I think SteaMage is worth having a look, though with that being said, back to the English ones

Rod, Reel, & Fist is a quite unique game with its focus on actual fishing. I like how the task, which can be boring when not done in real life, is spiced up with dramatic tension and realized with a narrative system. The author did a fine job with The Dawnline and I am actually very tempted to back the book. If you are new to games or want to introduce someone to the hobby, maybe First Look is a good choices. It focuses on one-shots and being accessible. Tenebria on the other hand has a more ’serious‘ approach. It places the player as the remains of the fallen Roman empire in the titular town and has them defend it against overwhelming forces. Back to the more family friendly all-age games you might be interested in The Magical Land of Yeld. The game looks cute and I guess it ain’t a brutal hunt for mermaids. Should you be rather looking for some multi-genre game, The Realm of the Gateway is again trying to be funded.
Then there are quite some fantasy games. Like the rather dark Hunters of the Chalice Lands, which has beautiful illustrations and comes with a D&D 5E/OSR ruleset. Thus being not to far off the Black Hack based Barbarians of the Ruined Earth by Mike Evans. If you like the setting by Mantics, you’ll probably fancy the Kings of War Role-Playing Game and fans of Stephen Hunt get another chance at funding Crown and Dragon.
If you took interest in the Blades in the Dark game engine Forged in the Dark and like near future action games, check out Adrenaline: Near Future. I got an eye on its progression. Fans of Powered by the Apocalypse can get their fill of Magical Girl tropes with Glitter Hearts and if they were to rather explore a basically tokyo setting should have a look at Shibuyan Knights.
Which ain’t the only Anime or „Japanese popculture“ inspired games. There’s Henshin! A Sentai RPG on the one hand. Where you fight basically as a mighty power ranger against evil (tho without dice). Well and Wave Man where your character is a Samurai or Ninja, maybe both, and can brave adventures in solo play mode or with friends.
Those who are into SF might take a look at the expansive TerrorForm rpg. It appears to offer quite some background and caters to several styles of play. Well and am not sure how much SF is in Worm Hole to Uranus, yet it got a buttload of „uranus“ jokes and appears to be a fun beer & pretzels party game.
There are many, many, more cool project. Which I can’t possible all mention. Thus take a look for yourself::

Englisch English Crowdfundings

5 Role-Playing Games
4 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
2 PbtA & FitD Role-Playing Games
3 Sentai, Tokyo & Ninja Role-Playing Games
2 Science Fiction Role-Playing Games
1 Gamebook
1 Setting
4 Sourcebooks
1 Secondary Literature Book
2 Adventures
4 D&D Adventures
3 Dice Projects
3 Dice Projects (Single Dice)
3 E-Dice, Coins & Various
2 Accessoires (Bags)
4 Accessoires (Containers)
3 Tables, Maps & Tiles
3 Soundscapes
1 Podcast
2 Enamel Pins
2 Webseries & Livestreams
4 Various RPG Projects

Deutsch German Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games
1 Magazine
1 Dice Project

Französisch French Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

Schwedisch Swedish Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #116, including every tabletop rpg project started between 08/18 and 08/26.

You’ll find the new game Never Knows Best created by Fraser Simons offers a quite unique setting as you play teens who can transform into robots to deal with their problems and growing up. Taking cues from FLCL – or „FuriKuri“ as I remember the series – the setting promises to be a tad bit wild. The system is a mix of Powered by the Apocalypse and Blades in the Dark. I am intruiged and starred the project. The only other fully fledged game in the list is The Quantum Drift. From what I understood it takes the tradition of „forum fiction rpgs“, where one continues a story from the perspective of their character in essentially a writers circle, and takes it to Facebook. I think it sounds interesting, yet am a bit confused about the need to crowdfund it.
Next to the games there are two Patreons. On the one hand you can support Tracy Barnett as they are creating tabletop rpgs (I guess story games style), podcasts, offer streaming and more. On the other hand you might look at the Patreon of Anna Kreider and help her writing about feminism in game and helping marginalizted groups. I think both patreons are pretty cool.
Among the sourcebooks I am most tempted by On Downtimes and Demesense. The topics are quite interesting and I am having an eye on it. If you’d like to check it out, it has already less than a week to go. For fans of richly illustrated fantasy rpgs Trudvang Chronicles: Mupselheim is a must see. Well, and if you like to have another combat system for a popular fantasy setting, check out the Percentile dice combat module. You might as well marvel at dice like The Path of Chaos Metal RPG Dice Set or the Solid Brass Raised Pip Dice.
Next to quite some more projects worth having a look at:

Englisch English Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games
2 Patreons
5 Sourcebooks
2 Adventures
4 Dice Projects
3 Accessoires
1 Card Deck
1 Notebooks
3 Enamel Pins
4 Various RPG Projects

spain Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #115, including every tabletop rpg project started between 08/04 and 08/18.

After having been to the RatCon convention, there are no fewer than 66 projects.
First I’d like to briefly address the two German language ones. Dungeon Crawl Classic is being translated by System Matters and I am tempted; despite the artwork. Fans of The Dark Eye and Cthulhu should check out Sandy Petersen’s Cthulhu Mythos für das Schwarze Auge which combines the unlikely pair.
Onto the English projects, I am quite enticed by the Patreon of Samjoko Publishing for creating the Babel Magazine. The magazine offers English translations from tabletop rpgs from all over the world, an exciting endeavor, which got me to join the projects in the second I learned of it.
If you like gm-less story games, you should have a look at Dusk to Midnight. The game puts the players in the role of mech-soldiers doomed to be on the loosing side of a war, while not necessarily ending in tragedy. I consider the setting interesting, the zine-format as nifty and backed it. Another interesting setting, in my opinion,  is offered by Titans Trail. The combination of Mecha, Kajiu und Victoriana, basically putting Pacific Rim and Dowtown Abbey into a mixer does sound intriguing enough that I got an eye on it. In comparison the setting of USAGI YOJIMBO is almost traditional. As traditional as a samurai tale with anthropomorphic animals can be. The setting is based on the Manga by the same name and the new edition does got fitted with the PbtA-engine. Which sounds quite cool. I haven’t read the „For the Crown and the Dragon“ novel by Stephen Hunt, sollten yet if you did – or like „weird historical fantasy“ – you might take a look at the Crown and Dragon Kickstarter, which fits it with the Savage World system. The Realm of the Gateway offers an original setting that spans and combines science fiction and fantasy covering various genres. If you are curious, you can check out the base rules on DTRPG. Back to a Story Game, Collateral Damage puts you in the role of the side-characters in an action scenario. This can cover various genres, as long as there is action, and the main goal is to make it out alive. The game aims to provide a fast one-shot experience and does sound fascinating.
There are as well two Break Kickstarter campaigns. Carbyne Jungle has an interesting setting of mixing science fiction and fantasy while offering three distinctly different play modes that can still be utilized in one game with each other. Which sounds like quite a feat and spiked my interest. Then there’s Broken! which doesn’t have either a setting or a system, but lets backers vote on it via their pledges, which I find quite strange.
Of course there are other projects, like the D&D sourcebooks The Islands & Aswangs Book, offering an insight into Filipino myth and folklore, and Witchcraft: Magic of Hereva, for the fans of the web comic. There are many cool sourcebooks to help you build your setting or city like Magical Industrial Revolution, City Builder and Maps: Buildings, Castles and Dungeons.
Well, there are many more sourcebooks, adventures, dice and many many other projects, see for yourself:

Englisch English Crowdfundings

6 Role-Playing Games
2 Break Kickstarter Role-Playing Games
1 Patreon
1 Setting
4 Sourcebooks
3 D&D 5E Sourcebooks
2 Pathfinder Sourcebooks
1 Adventure Box
6 Adventures
5 Dice Projects
4 Single-Dice Projects
1 Digitale Dice Projects
1 Coin Project
1 Playingcard Project
3 Dice Accessoires (Trays, Trackers)
3 Dice Accessoires (Containers)
1 Accessoire
4 Enamel Pins
2 Map Projects
2 Software Projects
7 Various RPG Projects
4 Various Games with RPG Elements

Deutsch German Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game
1 Sourcebook

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #114, including every tabletop rpg project started between 07/14 and 08/04.

While this collection is done on its supposed weekly schedule, the next one might get delayed a week, because of convention season. With that being said, let’s get started.
While the nuclear post-apocalyptic setting of HOPE RPG isn’t new, I am intruiged by the base building aspect and exploration system. Who along with being affordable did convince me to back the project. I did took a bit longer deciding to back Resist & Remember: Weimar. The topic and time period (1930 till ~1935) is more weighty and it needs to be done well, in a sensible fashion and in good taste. The presentation did in the end convince me and I strongly recommend having a look. The second edition of Fiasco: The Cinematic Game of Plans Gone Wrong on the other hand is quite an easy recommendation. The story game by Bullpit Games charmed me in it’s first edition and I am convinced the second edition will be just as good if not better. Plus, the box set is really nice. Thus, give it a chance. If you are maybe more into Fate or transform your gaming experience with changing robots, take a look at COMMANDROIDS: A WORLD TRANSFORMED.
You’ll find a quite some fantasy role-playing games as well. For example the Great Sword Tabletop RPG, which looks great and promises a quite tactical, yet still streamlined, system with a more traditional looking setting. Pathos: War of Gods does look cool as well, yet focuses on the question whether to serve the gods or see them toppled like the chars are Kratos. With leaning towards the toppled side of things. If you like the Redwall novels or playing furry adventures, you should check out Paws & Claws, which offers you a quickstarter to make your mind up. Otherworlds does offer a view into their rules and character creation as well, while offering more of a seemingly Anime inspired setting.
I sorted Rage-o-Meter among the hybrid games, as it does quite look like a mixture of card- or boardgame with rpg-elements. On the other hand Words without Harmony mostly ended up there, because it seems more firmly rooted in storytelling games. I think both deserve consideration.
There are other cool projects, like the Patreon for POCGamer who is creating supplementary stuff, the Naughty Dice Jail for your misrolling dice, projects like Dragon’s Breath and ‚Spirit Of‘ Atlantis where you can get potential inmates or stuff like the Role Playing Games Television or rather webseries.
Next to many cool projects, that you can check out here:

Englisch English Crowdfundings

4 Role-Playing Games
4 Fantasy Role-Playing Games
2 Hybrid Role-Playing Games
1 Patreon
2 Sourcebooks
1 Adventure
6 D&D 5E Adventures
5 Dice Projects
5 Accessoires
2 Enamel Pins
1 Playingcards
1 Webserie
3 Various RPG Projects

spain Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

Italian Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game

Schwedisch Swedish Crowdfundings

2 Role-Playing Games

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #113, including every tabletop rpg project started between 07/14 and 07/28.

After a fabulous convention weekend the collection is back, covering two weeks and presenting you with no fewer than 59 projects. I’d like to briefly highlight the German translation of Alas for the sea So tief die schwere See which is currently being financed by System Matters Verlag. On that note, you migth as well like to check out the translation of Mythic Constantinopel.

Onto the English projects, I really like Magical Kitties Save the Day. Cats and kittens are a weakness of mine, the box looks fabulous and if it weren’t for the shipping I’d back it. Next to this I like Paper Arcade, which offers 4 small games, and equity-based pay for the creators. If you are more into gm-less games you should check out Inspire, where you will play spirits trying to achieve godhood. Then there’s Barbarians of the Ruined Earth, which utilizes the Black Hack, to offer an over-the-top post-apocalyptic setting. If you are more into Fate, take a look at Magonomia, which is set in the renaissance and includes authentic european lore. Well, and if you are into D&D 5E check out Forts & Frontiers, which takes a look at North America during the 17. and 18. century.
S.N.A.P.S. Heroes Boot Camp is a quite unusual game, in that it aims to provide help in improving the players social skills with theurapeutic means an an actual therapist participating in the game.
Then there is the „Break Kickstarter“ campaign, leading to quite some unusual games. There is Twelve Hundred Words, which offers 5 little games, about 200 words, which are focused on mental health. Next to a play-by-post campaign. I like the idea and did actually back it. With Brain Trust you’ll have a chance to see the development of a game up close and influence it as the campaign progresses. | BLACK | RED | WHITE | does promise three new games, based on the dreames of the author, whom you got to trust.  Chain Mail on the other hand is almost traditional, offering essentially a play-by-mail roleplaying campaign. Where one continues the story of another. The last entry is a bit morbid, if you don’t wanna read it, just jump to the next paragraph. The game The Tower is written and done, by the author of Killshot and High Plains Samurai, yet it will only be published once the author has literally died.
There are many more cool projects, like the audio gamebook The Vampire of Havena by Ulisses North America. The very stylish Kisarta setting and rulesbook für D&D 5E. A documentary movie named Let’s Play: Dungeons & Dragons Behind Bars and a big campaign for several people named Into the Mad Lands run by Mad Jay as GM utilizing Forbbiden Lands and B/X.
There are many more, interesting projects, which you’ll find here:

Englisch English Crowdfundings

6 Role-Playing Games
5 Break Kickstarter Role-Playing Games
1 Therapeutic Role-Playing Game
1 (Audio) Gamebook
2 Settings
2 D&D 5E Settings
2 Sourcebooks
2 D&D 5E Sourcebooks
5 Adventures
5 Dice Projects
3 Playing Cards
4 Accessoires
2 Enamel Pins
1 Podcast
2 Map Projects
2 Map-Apps Projects
1 Documentations
3 Break-Kickstarter Projects
4 Various RPG Projects
1 Game with RPG Relevance

Deutsch German Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game
1 Sourcebook

spain Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Role-Playing Game
1 Sourcebook

Italian Crowdfundings

1 Sourcebook

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I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #112, including every tabletop rpg project started between 07/07 and 07/14.

This time around on regular schedule, yet as I’ll be attending a Convention next weekend, the next collection will likely be published in two weeks. Though, onto the projects on hand.

The Flashback RPG offers a Fantasy and Steampunk setting, along with a system that aims to provide a notable flashback mechanic for cinematic flair. I personally am most impressed by the idea that characters can climb a titan like foe and inflict damage to its various limbs. Then there’s Demigods which offers a modern day setting, in which your characters are the titular demi-gods. It’s a Powered by the Apocalypse game, and I am fascinated by the idea that you can choose the Pantheons you’ll want to have involved rather freely. If you enjoy Anime and Manga you might like to take a look at BESM Fourth Edition. The American game „Big Eyes, Small Mouths“ aims to emulate all kinds of genre with fast and cinematic rules. In addition you’ll find that next to the „normal“ edition, they do offer a „light“ edition, with only like 1/3 of the pages. Last but not least Ekphrasis is a narrative story game for two players. In which you’ll create surreal stories based on prose. I think it’s an interesting concept, the zine format is quite nice and you can get the PDF for a buck. Thus, take a look.
Then there is the D&D setting Kaldori Project, which I finde interesting, and the very fascinating looking Magumundi Bestiary . In regards of dice I think the Vulcan Forged Carbon ones do look cool, and am intruiged by the Random Character Generator Dice. Of course there are many more interesting projects, just take a look:

Englisch English Crowdfundings

4 Role-Playing Games
1 Setting
4 Sourcebooks
4 Adventures
3 Dice Projects
1 Accessoire
2 Enamel Pins
3 Various RPG Projects

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