Ninja Division To Employ Kickstarter Less When Creating Projects

At the GAMA Trade Show, John Cadice talked with ICv2 a bit about Kickstarter and the future of Ninja Division on the crowdfunding platform. John stated that Ninja Division will be pulling back from using Kickstarter to fund large projects. Instead, it will be used on smaller games that are basically completed, except for getting the funding needed to produce them.
Considering the fallout from Palladium recently and Ninja Division’s involvement with that, it doesn’t seem too far-fetched to think the announcement now is related.
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New Features and Releases Announced for Golem Arcana

Harebrained Schemes has announced some new features for their Golem Arcana miniatures game, as well as some new expansions. Some of the features include saving your game partway through so you can come back to it later. There’s also a way for the various devices to communicate with one-another, even if the place you’re playing doesn’t have WiFi. And if there’s a big group of you, you can now play up to 8-player games. Multiple languages will also soon be supported. As for releases, the next one will be Zikia Heralds of the Great Weald in April.

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Paizo to Release Gob in Tux Games and Novels in North America

Paizo, mostly known for the Pathfinder game, has made a deal with French company Gob In Tux to bring their RPG games and novels to a North American audience. The first release will be Polaris, a sci-fi game set in an undersea world. The core rulebook (400 pages) will be released this October. Later will follow other RPG products and novels.

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