Zombag is a competitive zombie apocalypse game contained in a bag. The game comes with a bag (naturally), six D6 dice, a deck of mission cards, and the tokens that represent survivors, weapons, zombies and more. Each player is vying to score the most points by killing zombies to make the bag a safer place, scavenging the wilds to gain much needed supplies, and using your hard earned tokens to complete missions. The player with the most points by the end of the game wins, and is crowned the greatest zombie apocalypse survivor of all time.
It is easy to learn, simple to play, and allows games to be as short or as long as you want.
We wanted to show some love to all of our supporters. Some were asking whether or not we would have kickstarter exclusives, and thanks to that, we started to get hyped up with the possibilities and came up with a couple things we think you'll enjoy! This is a special thanks to all our supporters, and (barring convention giveaways) this is the only place you'll be able to get these exclusive tokens.
Below we have an interview done by James Hudson (of Druid City Games and the Kickstarter Game Spotlight page fame). He asked some general questions about the game, what we have to come as well as chris's experience with the CMoN Legion team. Check it out and get a feel for our game and our Creative Director.
Game Rustle also took the time to do a article about the game and our kickstarter, so give it a view here.
Below we have a few testimonials from some folks at our local game store's tabletop day. Take a look what your fellow gamers have to say about the game!
This project is the first game from the team at Glass Cabinet Hobbies. Glass Cabinet Hobbies is an online gaming store that specializes in Heroclix, Dice Masters, and various other collectibles. We're lifetime gamers and have a passion for designing games and Zombag is the start of our journey. Owner/Game Designer/Developer Ryan Morgan, Game Designer/Creative Director Chris Miranda & Designer Grant Giles. Aside from our in-house staff, we'd like to give a shout out to our graphic artist Brittany Biggie. She made all the artwork used, so if you like our art, check out her site www.brittanybiggie.com.
Risks and challenges
What are the Risks & Challenges for this Kickstarter campaign? As this is our first Kickstarter campaign it's a question we're sure many of you have, and we know many of you will want assurance that this will go as smoothly as possible.
We have been developing this game for the better part of 2 years and spent our own money to make the game what it is today. All of the artwork and design are finished and we've already begun work with our manufacturing company and just need to give them the print run size. We've tried to be as proactive about this project as possible but simply need the funds to actually mass produce the game, and from there, we feel confident we've partnered up with the people we need to deliver the best game possible.
Glass Cabinet Hobbies has been a successful online gaming store going on 5 years and we're used to shipping out products every day. We've done the research and planning to personally be able to fulfill the shipping process for this project worldwide.
Now with that said, we certainly don't have blinders on. We know things may come up that we may not have anticipated but know we have full confidence in our team to be able to tackle any issue that may arise.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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