This project will only be funded if it reaches its goal by Fri, December 28 2018 5:20 PM UTC +00:00.
Backers will receive AT LEAST 5 EXCLUSIVE CARDS that will never be printed again.
You’re probably thinking if I’m willing to create AT LEAST 5 EXCLUSIVE CARDS that will never be printed again, they must be pretty stupid cards.
Well I’m here to tell you that on one of the cards, you are absolutely right.
Hi, I'm Jack Dire. I made the games shown here:
And this is the Kickstarter for my newest game.
The Last Burrito on Earth is a humor-based strategy card game form 3-5 players (pending final rules.) In it, players take turns going after burritos while other players try to stop them. More on that below!
There are three tiers, and all of them include one copy of the game and one copy of the Kickstarter-exclusive deck. Here is a simple breakdown of their pricing:
This game is going to have at least 150 cards.
At launch, this Kickstarter shows 21 of them.
Partly because the cards are still being created, partly because spoilers.
The cards and design are subject to change with more play testing and caffeine.
Come back for updates about surprise items being added and unlocked as the campaign moves forward. I don't want to give away too much just yet.
With this game, I wanted to come back to the place that gave me my start, and offer the game to Kickstarter backers first. Kickstarter changed my life in a very real way, and I am excited to be back with this new project.
I lead a pretty quiet life these days, and I spend most of my time in my studio making games, as well as making weird things out of wood and metal. And TVs. And diving helmets. And CapriSuns. And Speakers.
This game marks a huge pivot for and upgrade to my game catalog, and I'm very excited about its possibilities.
I have an instagram that's bound to be one of the worst one's you've ever seen. It's @Jack_Dire.
Thank you so much for your support. It really means the world to me.
Risks and challenges
In the five years I have been making games, I have learned a lot. Ships break down at sea (now I print in the US). Storage units leak (now I cover pallets in the warehouse). Printers run out of card stock (now I monitor and plan for that). But each new game teaches me a new thing. I don't know what this game is about to teach me, but I know I'll learn it and grow.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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