Panda Cult Games Launches Wander: The Cult of Barnacle Bay Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Sep 5th, 2017
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You all probably know that one of my favorite artists out there is Heath “BA” Foley. I like his art so much, I got a piece permanently attached to my arm. Well, him and another couple good friends of mine are running their Kickstarter campaign for Wander: the Cult of Barnacle Bay. It’s a cooperative dungeon crawl board game where players are looking to root out the nefarious cult and their twisted and deformed monsters from Barnacle Bay.

From the campaign:

Wander: The Cult of Barnacle Bay is a campaign based co-op dungeon crawler where the players take on the role of heroes from the Wanderer’s Guild. They must work together to infiltrate the once peaceful village of Barnacle Bay and put an end to Elder Bane and his Cult of the Deep! Throughout the campaign, players will choose branching scenarios that each provide their own challenges. Its up to our heroes to navigate these scenarios by choosing a set of unique abilities tailored to their own strengths. They acquire these abilities by defeating enemies during a scenario, but dont get too carried away! If you do, you are liable to summon more of Elder Bane’s cultists who will try and stop you by any means.

Players will work together to defeat many enemies and challenges pitted against them throughout the campaign. There is no need for a dungeon-master however, since the enemies will follow a simple set of rules based on line of sight and engagement with the heroes. Different enemies will have special abilities, so make sure to pick your targets carefully!

The campaign is up and running now. It’s set to go for another 29 days.

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  • odinsgrandson

    Bear Shark FTW!

    Is the concept something about Anthropomorphic Animals fighting in Innsmouth? The fish hybrid animals all look terrific.

    • Not exactly Innsmouth, but basically much the same concept, yes.