Guild Ball teaser video posted

By Polar_Bear
In Fantasy Sports
Feb 11th, 2014

Guild Ball is gearing up for their Kickstarter campaign. They’ve posted up their video for the project for you to watch.


From the video:

Our Kickstarter will be launching End of Feb. 2014.

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  • hithero

    Yet another football game, that’s one a month now isn’t it?

    • Lemminkaeinen

      To be fair, this one is actually football (“soccer”).

      • Soulfinger

        Yet, the fantasy hacky sack market remains wholly untapped.

    • KelRiever

      Chibi Zombie Bowl!

  • Riquende

    Going head to head with Dreadball Extreme as well. I’m sure there’s a lot of mileage here for sports clichés.

  • Haibane


    Also, fantasy Curling.

    • Soulfinger

      Post apocalyptic caber tossing!

      Noir BMX!

      . . . and the mother of all games, Fantasy Olympics, featuring fantasy versions of every olympic sport (summer and winter) heavily inspired by Hanna Barbara’s Laff-A-Lympics, complete with highly detailed plastic miniatures for each and every team, all bundled into a single box. Whether its Luge, Rowing, or Tantric Badminton, there’s something for everyone.

      • KelRiever

        Honestly, I could play a game with a 4-‘man’ Chaos Bobsled team. Probably with a Minotaur in the back. And a fully iron helmed driver.

        I could pass on the figure skating, though.

        • Soulfinger

          And the more I think about it, Fantasy-themed BMX bike racing would be pretty cool. Of course, not as cool as THIS — the link, that is, not the word “this.”

  • I think that, one of the differences this game will have is that, it won’t be played on a boardgame with squares but will be played as a tabletop game, with more freedom of movement, like a miniature skirmish sport game.
    This is interesting. This is probably inspired by the continental pre rugby/soccer no holds barred game called “la soule” in France which was played in the countryside and had very few terrain limits (except goals).

    Source :

    (In french – don’t know if there is an english translation available – probably not)