New Reward: DRUNK DUNGEON!
We're INCREDIBLY EXCITED to announce a new reward for the Tiny Games Kickstarter: a set of Drunk Dungeon cards and props, for all your game-at-a-party needs.
Drunk Dungeon is the world's most ornate drinking game, designed by our very own Margaret Robertson for NYU's prestigious No Quarter event. It ran at Juegos Rancheros, IndieCade and a plethora of other awesome game events. Ben Kuchera of Penny Arcade called the game "genius in its simplicity... as a wallflower myself, I raise a glass".
We've been fielding almost-daily emails since the game launched from people who want to play - but it wasn't until we hit upon production partnership with intrepid print geniuses LEFA that we figured out a way we could bring you a five-hundred-tile game at a non-abominable price.
The crucial difference is one of size: rather than beer coasters, each card/tile will be two inches across. They'll be printed on 350gsm card, matt-laminated on both sides. This helps both with cost and also playability, as you'll now be able to play on a normal kitchen table, instead of needing three massive trestles pushed together.
This exclusive backers-only edition is available at a £40 reward tier, and will include everything you need to play the game: five hundred cards, rules, setup instructions, scoring counters, and team-indicating shot glasses. All you'll need to provide is a bunch of playful friends.
We'll be honest and say that this is the first iteration of a consumer version of Drunk Dungeon. If you go with us on this journey, you'll be trying it for the first time. Set against that is the ridiculous exclusivity of this reward. Nobody else will get a Drunk Dungeon set in 2013.
As a bonus, we're also making a pdf version of Drunk Dungeon available as part of the All The Tiny Games Deluxe Reward tier (and every tier above), ready to send to your print-on-demand card provider of choice.
There's only ONE WEEK left of our Kickstarter, so if you want to play Drunk Dungeon - and it's really pretty great - then act now.