Dan Kriss Games has a Kickstarter campaign running for their new Lovecraftian Party Card Game, Arkham Nights. The game sits from 7 to 30 players (so, for you super-popular gamers out there), and is a Lovecraft spin on the classic Werewolf-style game.
The Kickstarter campaign has 2 weeks left on the campaign.
From the campaign:
Arkham Nights is a party game for 7 to 30 players, set in the rich, haunting world of H.P. Lovecraft. Similar to other party games such as the classics Werewolf and Mafia, Arkham Nights pits two groups of players against each other in a race to the finish. Will the Townsfolk help the Cultist summon the dark lord Cthulhu, or will the Investigators slay the Cultist and foil the best efforts of the Madmen and Monsters who reside in Arkham?
Arkham Nights is a set of 35 Tarot-sized cards (3″ x 5″) printed on 310 gsm stock, along with 15 cardboard Ritual Tokens, in a handsome custom tuck box. The tuck box is being crafted to ensure that the deck will still fit inside the box even if you decide to put protective sleeves on the cards. All the artwork is hand-painted by renowned gothic fantasy artist Ian Daniels, known for his “Tarot Of The Vampyres” Tarot deck from Llewellyn Publishing, and our own “Cthulhu: The Great Old One” card game and Bicycle decks.
Each deck contains 17 unique Madmen, 6 unique Monsters, 5 unique Investigators, 1 Cultist, and 1 Cthulhu (Moderator) card. Cards are easily sorted into separate groups by their colored borders, or can be randomly assigned as they all have the same card back design.