This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Sun, August 12 2018 2:29 PM UTC +00:00.
Corrupt Cup Contest is the party/board game which tasks up to 6-12 players to play as sporting association delegates within a fictional sports organisation called G.A.F.S. They are competing against one another to win the rights to host as many of the upcoming "Global Tournaments" as possible and to become the chairman of G.A.F.S!
So how do you win a global tournament and how do you even win the game!? Watch the project video for more details and if you want a more detailed breakdown, see the written rules below!
The chairman also has a few words to say about why you should join G.A.F.S and how G.A.F.S works!
Beyond some minor tweaks to the game design, we're basically using the money to fund the first production run of the game.
Kickstarter as a platform also allows us to spread the word about the game and really get a keen idea of the demand for the game. Hopefully we'll receive enough fans to then sustain the game's popularity for years to come!
We're also keen to build a community around the game and get input from our backers to help shape the game in the final stages.
Please note, the game design may change slightly between now and when we release so the number of some of the materials may be altered slightly.
There are other stretch goals above this which we'll reveal more about if we beat these two!
Lukas Roper - Game designer
Alix Briskham - Artist
Any press enquiries can be sent to email@example.com
If you are still not convinced, let the chairman try one last time!
Digital Medium - Video production/editing
Lab Grown Music - Music/Sound
Urban Meadows - Production Consultant
Martin Urmson - Production Assistant
Risks and challenges
Our team is fronted by a experienced video games developer who's used to the processes of developing game systems and understanding game design. We understand however that we don't have experience with manufacturing and distribution which is why we've enlisted the help of Urban Meadows Publishing to guide us through and help avoid the potential pitfalls of developing our first tabletop game.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter