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Velociraptor! Cannibalism! is a card game of survival, mutation, and stealing body parts.
Velociraptor! Cannibalism! is a card game of survival, mutation, and stealing body parts.
1,016 backers pledged $43,619 to help bring this project to life.

Art links, and a Facebook poll

When we passed the $10,000 mark, we promised you guys a themed expansion to the game.  Now, we want your help in deciding what that theme will be!

Would a tentacley, oozy Lovecraftian theme float your boat?  Or perhaps you might prefer fighting Raptor Robots?  Let us know on our Facebook page, at

In other news, we thought you guys might like the opportunity to ogle some of the previous work by our artists, Jennifer Rodgers and Daniel Solis.  While we're all waiting with baited breath for the game art to be produced, you can feast your eyes on some amazing illustration and game design work from their websites:

Jennifer Rodgers:

Daniel Solis:


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    1. Lexicon Etiquette on March 22, 2012

      Sci-fi! Give us aliens and robots.

    2. John Skotnik on March 20, 2012

      Non-Facebooking Vote: Lovecraft

    3. Ben Ames
      on March 17, 2012

      I'm gonna throw my hat in for the steampunk

    4. Board Raptor Games Creator on March 16, 2012

      For anyone without a Facebook account, please feel free to post your votes and ideas in the comments here! We read all our comments and enjoy hearing from our supporters.

    5. Board Raptor Games Creator on March 16, 2012

      I think Lovecraft is in the lead right now, anyway, Chuck.
      (I don't have a Facebook either, hehe)

    6. Chuck Hughes on March 16, 2012

      For those of us who are not on Facebook (I know, I know, the shock and horror!!!) and cannot officially vote, I vote for anything in the way of Lovecraft. I mean, how can you go wrong?!

    7. Nick Seal on March 16, 2012

      That's an excellent point you make there, Brian Wu. For people (raises hand) who have never voted using Facebook before (at least in Timeline format), it might bear mentioning that clicking on the text itself will open up the details and display ALL of the glorious options.

    8. Brian Wu
      on March 16, 2012

      It might be good to post an announcement or note about checking all the extra options before submitting new ideas. It'll only be a pain to sort through all the doubles later, you know? Not to mention people will probably miss some of the more interesting ideas not shown on the poll first thing.

    9. Gene Kobayashi
      on March 15, 2012

      How can you ask? Today of all days? HPL died on March 15! It's his 75th deathday!