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A casual card game: The fearsome dragon slumbers atop a pile of plundered treasures. What can you get away with before the beast wakes?
A casual card game: The fearsome dragon slumbers atop a pile of plundered treasures. What can you get away with before the beast wakes?
654 backers pledged NZ$ 24,865 to help bring this project to life.

Print and Play is ready

Posted by Cheeky Parrot Games (Julia Schiller) (Creator)
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Just in time for the weekend, all who pledged $15 or more in our Kickstarter campaign will shortly receive an email from me via Kickstarter containing the confidential URL where you can download and print the files to make your own copy of Hoard. You'll need to add a d6 die, some character tokens, and possibly some coins, poker chips, or buttons to serve as victory point and Jester Cap tokens.

We're eager to get your feedback, and if you notice any issues that should be addressed in an FAQ on Hoard's website, please let us know. We think Hoard's directions are comprehensive, but it's possible there's a slant we didn't consider.

In other news, our manufacturer put together and we have now approved the eproof from all of our files. This allowed us to see that there is room to include a total of four turn reminder cards plus two blank cards for those wanting to add their own variations to the game.

A screen shot showing some of the eproof files
A screen shot showing some of the eproof files

The next step will be to receive and review a digital proof so we can make sure the colors of the box, cards, dragon, character pawns, and tokens are right. I've also asked for a "white" copy of the box and liner, which should let me answer definitively about whether it will be possible to sleeve the Hoard cards, as at least one of you has asked.

I'm also happy to report that the Kickstarter funds cleared the Cheeky Parrot account yesterday and that all but $149 of your pledges went through, which I think is just spectacular. Thank you again for supporting our project.

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    1. John Perreau on

      Everything looks fantastic. If I had a working printer I'd be playing Horde today.

    2. Andrew Candy
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      on

      Man, seeing that art on the card faces close up is just stunning. Can't wait - great job, guys!