Join Kickstarter + Cards Against Humanity at Gen Con 2016
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Hundreds of Games creators, award-winning artists, and sci-fi and fantasy enthusiasts will descend on Indianapolis from August 4–7 for Gen Con, one of the largest tabletop gaming conventions in North America — and we’ve teamed up with Cards Against Humanity to host a brilliant bunch of games for your dice-rolling, tile-laying, card-swapping pleasure. Adventure awaits!
Peruse the playful assortment of Kickstarted games you’ll find in the Cards Against Humanity Hidey Hole at GenCon 2016:
CRISIS: Grease the right palms to evade crisis in this dystopian game of economics and corruption.
Fugitive: Nab ‘em or get out as fast as you can!
Phoenix: Dawn Command: Lessons you learn in your past lives carry over to the next.
Rifts: Expanding the popular RPG Savage Worlds with magic, monsters, cyber-knights, and mystics.Santorini: Compete to become the Aegean’s most helpful Greek god or goddess.
Vast: Play as a knight, a goblin horde, a dragon, a thief, or just about anything else in this classic cave-crawling adventure.World Championship Russian Roulette: You’re the captain of your nation's Russian Roulette team. Yep.
7th Sea: A beautifully bound RPG manual for swashbuckling adventures on the high seas.
…. and more! You might even find a Carolina Game Table to take home with you.
Unlock a bounty of knowledge from Luke Crane, Kickstarter’s Head of Games.
Official Kickstarter Panel
Westin, Capitol II, Friday, August 5 from 2–3:00 PM
Everything you've ever wanted to know about Kickstarter but were too smart — or shy, or confused — to ask. Learn about success, failure, preparation, and myths surrounding Kickstarter.
Kickstarter War Stories
Crowne Plaza, Victoria Stn C/D. Saturday, August 6 from 12–1:00 PM
Sit down with Luke Crane and a group of seasoned Kickstarter creators to hear tales of honor, despair, and derring do about getting games made with Kickstarter.
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