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Kickstarters of the Week: 12/4

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We launch into December with one of our biggest Kickstarters of the Week in a long time. It was really hard narrowing down the options this week, but we think we have a solid group of games for you to check out.

Also, today we are choosing the winner of our monthly Patreon giveaway. The winner will have their choice of Fog of Love or Escape from 100 Million B.C. If you enjoy what we do here at BGQ, consider throwing us your support.

MontanaMontana by Rüdiger Dorn – Heritage Edition

Recruit, Work, and Build, as you settle in the American West in Rüdiger Dorn’s latest for 2-4 players.

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: $49


D-Day DiceD-Day Dice: 2nd Edition

D-Day Dice is a multi-award winning solo-play/co-op game for 1+ players, set during WWII, with a play time of approx. 45 minutes.

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: £35+


Enigma BoxThe Enigma Box

it’s the biggest adventure of all time, from your front room. A challenge based on historical events and mysteries that will test your wits

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: £152+


DebtzillaDebtzilla | Secret Identity Superhero Board Game

Play as Superheroes with a secret civilian identity in a quest to save the world by monsters of mass destruction! +Commission

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: S$55+


SorcererSorcerer

Sorcerer is a dark fantasy game that melds the best elements of a strategy card game with a tactical board game.

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: $45+


The War RoomWar Room: A Larry Harris Game

Larry Harris, renowned Axis & Allies designer, and Nightingale Games present WAR ROOM, a deluxe global World War II board game for 2-6.

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: $149+


Evil High PriestEvil High Priest

Awaken your Monstrous Master!

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: $49+

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