Maze Quest – Eternal Stone up on Verkami

By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Dec 29th, 2014
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Maze Quest – Eternal Stone is a new dungeon delving board game that’s up on Verkami (a crowdfunding website). Taking creative cues from works like Labyrinth and The Dark Crystal, the game pits heroes versus a labyrinth master who will do everything they can to keep the heroes from their goal. The game will come in both Spanish and English.
The campaign is online for another 33 days. They’re still a long way from their goal, but with a cool idea and a lot of time on the clock, they’ve got a good chance of making it.

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From the campaign:

We present our board game Maze Quest – Eternal Stone, a new game that continues the tradition of the best dungeon crawler and live epic adventures set in a magical and labyrinthine world.

Maze Scale is a project started by sculptor Raúl Pozo in order to create a new range of 28mm miniatures set in a magical and labyrinthine environment.

It is designed for 2-5 players in which one player takes control of the guardian of the labyrinth and its creatures and the other players will choose one of four heroes Zlatings available. The estimated duration of each mission time is between 40-180 minutes. Language: Spanish- English.

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  • Love the style but is any of this reputable. I’ve never heard of Verkami. I’ll keep a suspicious eye on it.

    • It is a Spanish crowdfunding site. There is no problem with it, except it isn’t as known as Indiegogo or Kickstarter.

      • I have heard of it before. Back when the Heroquest 25th Anniversary Edition project got cancelled by Kickstarter, Gamezone started looking for other platforms that would crowdfund it.

        They got it up on Verkami, and it got cancelled almost immediately by Verkami’s people (who said that the project looked like it was misleading funders).

        Anyway, that’s what we know them for, and from everything I’ve seen of them, they’re totally legit. Just less well known (by a lot).