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Tenacity is keeping at something even if you're not successful initially. With that definition in mind, you can certainly call the folks at District Games tenacious. They might've not made it their previous times on Kickstarter, but this time, they've funded in only 4 hours and are already making their way through stretch goals. Their Zero Gravity magnetic board game is up on Kickstarter now.

"You and your quaint 2-dimensional thinking." - Bandit

When one or two directions aren't enough, you go for the third. Zero Gravity is a magnetic board game that brings games to the third dimension. They're back up on Kickstarter with a revamped campaign and are looking for some funding love.

Gravity. It's a universal law. Objects with mass attract one-another. But what if you could turn off gravity? Well, you could dance on the ceiling (oh, what a feeling), or you could play a miniatures game. Of course, Zero Gravity doesn't actually turn off gravity around it, but it does use magnets to give you a thoroughly unique 3D experience for your miniatures game. It's up on Kickstarter now.
District Games is running a Kickstarter campaign for their new card game, Warage (not sure if that's "war age" or "wa rage"... I think I like "wa rage" You know, like "Waaagh! RAGE!!"). It's gotten quite a lot of interest, as it's already made it up and over their funding goal. So if you're in the market for a 2-6 player strategy card game, you might just want to check it out.
I hope everyone's weekend is going well. And to all you fathers out there, Happy Father's Day. At least, that's the holiday here in the US today. Go out and get yourself some steak and potatoes.

Anyway, while the grill warms up and the potatoes are in the oven, let's nosh on some bite-sized gaming stories.

Today we have: Red Panda Miniatures Posts new 360 Video, Anne Bonny 75mm preorder now open From Kabuki Models, Brigade Models Release German Merchant Aeronef, District Games and ADC Blackfire Entertainment GmbH announce a distribution agreement for the international release and Kickstarter campaign of the Warage Card Game, and Goblin King Games on Kickstarter for just a few more days.

No. It's a pretty simple word to understand. I use it all the time. It's great. Well, District Games is looking to turn the "No" of their first Kickstarter campaign into a "Yes" this time around. They've reconfigured, reevaluated, rebranded, and have restarted their Kickstarter for No, now called NOrmageddon.
District Games is running a Kickstarter campaign for No!, their quick and casual card game. The object of No! is pretty simple. You just want to be the first player to play all your cards. The only problem is that other players can disrupt your plans by playing No! cards. And since potentially every card in the game is a No! card, that can be a pretty difficult thing.
The Kickstarter campaign is up and running now, and will be for the next 27 days.

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