Lucky's Misadventures is a deck-building game like no other out there. Follow Lucky through the portal and meet all the fantastical and unusual inhabitants Oddtopia:
Lucky’s Misadventures is a creative and unique twist on the typical deck building game and is set in a world unlike anything else.
- Simultaneous play - All of the players are constantly involved so there's very little time to check your phone.
- Fate cards - These change the game conditions each round in weird and wonderful ways.
- Head-to-Head challenges - Play the strongest cards together to win the challenges and gain free cards.
- Build Machines - Combine Junk cards to build cool steampunk machines with strong effects.
- Instant Wins! - Gather the right cards at the right time and you can escape Oddtopia and instantly win the game!
And it features over 50 unique pieces of art and 233 cards. It plays 1 to 4 players and in 45 to 60 minutes. If you'd like to know more, check out the "How to Play" video:
Or take a look at the rulebook:
Don't take my word for it, check out what others have to say about the game:
He really, really, really dug it. Check out the full Undead Viking review below. Final thoughts are at 24:15.
Prefer to read? Check out the review by Father Geek. Lucky's Misadventures was approved by the Child, Parent and Gamers!
Playtesters helped us refine the game, here's what they had to say about it.
The Game Boy Geek did an excellent preview of the game, watch that by clicking the link:
Rahdo put Lucky's Misadventures on his Rahdo Runs Through > > > 2018 Games of Interest list saying: A deckbuilder with fantastic "old school Disney"-esque art, and a wizard of oz-esque setting. It all looks very nice, but what's more intriguing is that it's a simultaneous play deckbuilder, which could be a very interesting twist on the norm!
He'll be getting a review copy once you help make this game possible.
So just what are you getting when you back? Every backer that backs at the Dorothy Edition level will get a copy of the game - see above for a list of all those glorious components. All backers at this level will also get a pack of Alternate Art Lucky the Dog. The MSRP for Lucky's Misadventures is $42 so you are saving over 30% off the retail price!
If you want to make your copy extra special you can back at the Deluxe Edition level. Along with a copy of the game you'll get a "Feed the Toad!" gear-shaped giant coin to upgrade your first player token. Great Northern Games has offered metal coins with our previous games and they have been a huge hit. You'll also get 2 times the number of Lucky the Dog alternate art Stretch Goals. Twice as many puppies!
Each Deluxe edition will also come with a Lucky's Misadventures playmat to help you while you play:
This image is just the playmat prototype. The real mat will be 14" by 24" by 1/16" and have a smooth cloth top with a rubber back.
The coin, playmat and extra Lucky dogs will only be available through this Kickstarter, directly through Great Northern Games website or at conventions. They will not be at retail.
Want more? You can add-on additional copies of the Dorothy pledge level of the game for $15 each or additional Deluxe editions for $25 each at no additional shipping cost!
The following charges will be automatically added to your pledge for shipping and handling. The game will ship "friendly" to the US, Canada and European Union - this means you will not pay any additional fees or taxes when you get your game.
- United States +$9
- Canada +$16
- European Union +$22
Jay Meyer (Game Design) - After creating games for his weekly game group for many years, Jay took the leap into publishing his own creations by founding Great Northern Games. He succesfully funded Noble Treachery on Kickstarter in 2013 and then Council of Blackthorn in 2016. Now it's time for something completely different with Lucky's Misadventures.
Abigail Larson (Art) - Abigail is an award winning artist with a flair for the strange and archaic - a perfect fit for the world of Oddtopia. She's been featured in many publications and games. She did all the art for the Ally and Fate cards. You can find more of her unique, gothic art here.
Michael D. Clarke (Art) - He's worked for Steve Jackson Games, Fantasy Flight Games and many others doing primarily fantasy art. Michael worked on the box cover as well as all of the Junk and Machine card art. Click here for more of his fantastic creations.
Peter Woken (Graphic Design) - Chances are high that you've played a game featuring his graphic design skills. Peter worked with Great Northern Games on Council of Blackthorn and decided to jump through the portal again for Lucky. Check out his long list of work here.
Quartermaster Logistics/Gamesquest/Snakes&Lattes (Fulfillment) - Quartermaster Logistics was created by the people behind CoolStuffInc (one of the biggest board game retailers in the US). They will be handling all of the fulfillment for this campaign and will work with Gamesquest in the UK for EU fulfillment and Snakes&Lattes for Canada.
Cast of Dozens (Quality Assurance, Playtesting, Production, Audio Engineer, Camera Man, Key Grip, Editing, Legal, HR, & Everything Else) - Thanks to all the great people that helped make this game a reality.
Risks and challenges
This is the 3rd game by Great Northern Games so the risks and challenges of producing a board game are well understood. Our last project was delivered on time and we are confident this one will too, however with any timeline there is the risk of delays.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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