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Kickstarters of the Week: 4/12

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April rolls on and with it come more games for your browsing enjoyment. Speaking of games, last week we rolled out a fun new quiz, which board game component are you?! Give it a try and which component aligns with your personality (try not to be paper money).

If you missed it, recently we announced the nominees for our 2020 Board Game Awards. there are a lot of really good games nominated this year. Check it out!

DraculaDRACULA: Walpurgis Night

Travel dangerous roads to take Dracula’s guests to their castles while feeding his vampires! A 60 minutes game for 2-4 players.

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: €35+
Ends: Monday, April 12th
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FjordsFjords – A Grail Game

Fjords is a true grail game… so Grail Games is bringing it back in a big way – with the help of Beth Sobel & Phil Walker-Harding!

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: AU$33+
Ends: Tuesday, April 13th
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SolaniSolani + The Girl Who Made The Stars

Pillars of Creation – A series of games that feature themes that revolve around myths from across the globe and human history

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: $49+
Ends: Wednesday, April 14th
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Mage NoirMage Noir – Expandable Card Game

Become a Mage, craft your spells by picking Mana from a shared Mana pool, ascend and unlock new powers!

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: €85+
Ends: Thursday, April 15th
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Three GamesFactory Funner, Bear Raid, and Ghosts of Christmas

Three different but equally delightful board games.

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: $15+
Ends: Thursday, April 15th
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18151815, Scum of the Earth – The Battle of Waterloo Card Game

Deploy armies and overcome historical events to smash your foe into the mud at the legendary Battle of Waterloo!

Current Status: Funded!
Pledge Amount: £32+
Ends: Friday, April 16th
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While he will play just about anything, Tony loves games that let him completely immerse himself in the theme. He also is a bit of a component addict.

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