Where better to go find some loot than a dungeon? Unfortunately, as one would expect, the creatures and other denizens of said dungeon aren’t very interested in having company over. Slay the monsters, get the loot. Pretty simple. That’s what you’re doing in Dungeon Dice from Potluck Games. They’ve got a Kickstarter running now not just for The Lost King, their latest expansion, but also a boxed version of the Dungeon Dice game.
Laying siege to an enemy stronghold isn’t easy. I mean, there’s a good chance that there’s all sorts of things put up to defend against your waves of minions. Towers armed with archers, cannons, or worse can rain death down upon your troops. The worst part is that while you’re off having a nice siege, your own enemies are laying siege to your town. You’ve gotta build your own towers to defend yourself. That’s just what’s going on in Epic Dice Tower Defense Game. They’re back up on Kickstarter and looking for funding love.
The Meeple Mechanic has another The Fiver session with another game designer. This time, they talk with Sam Coates of Potluck Games about their Epic Dice Tower Defense game that’s currently up on Kickstarter.
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Potluck Games is running a Kickstarter campaign for Epic Dice Tower Defense, their tower defense dice game… I guess the name seems rather fitting, doesn’t it? Players roll dice in order to build their towers, cast spells, and send waves of minions against their opponent’s towers. The campaign is more than 2x funded with still 23 days to go in the campaign.
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Potluck Games has a Kickstarter up and running for Dungeon Dice: Guilds, their new expansion for Dungeon Dice.
They’re more than 10x funded and then some, with bunches of extra dice already unlocked.
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Dungeon Dice is an all-dice game of bashing monsters and finding treasure. Everything from monsters to weapons, armor, potions, and even levels are represented with dice. For more details on the game itself, check out the Videos section and the Rules section at the bottom of the page.
If you weren’t around for the first Dungeon Dice project, you should know that we plan to hit a lot of stretch goals. Last time, we added over 40 unique dice from stretch goals and other promotions. We also funded at over eight times our goal!
This project will create the Dungeon Dice: Guilds expansion, and a second production run of the base game, Dungeon Dice.