Battleroad Games has customizable heads project on Kickstarter

By Polar_Bear
In Modelling
May 3rd, 2012

Battleroad Games is looking to fund a project to make new customizable pieces for modeling. They’ve got a project up on Kickstarter and would like your help.

From the project:

We are looking to expand upon our small product line of customizable 28mm bits. As of current we have 2 sets of heads available but we are looking at add another set of heads as well as a set of resin wings to the line. Our company sculptor is none other than the amazingly talented Pedro Navarro “The Bugman” and we plan to use his talent and artistic genius to bring many 28mm heroic customizable bits to you our customers for years to come.

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  • KelRiever

    Okay, I wish you the best with your kick starter.

    Honestly, though, I am tired of kickstarters. Every kickstarter I see now makes me roll my eyes.

    To their credit, this is a new product. The worst kickstarters are an established game company re-releasing a game (3rd time in fact) and using other people’s money to do it.

    If you like kickstarters, good for you. Just saying I’m tired of them. If I’m the only one, sorry about that.

  • Toyznthehood

    There do seem to be a lot of them at the moment. My only big frustration is that you have to be in the US to use them otherwise i’d have one on the go!

    Kickstarter seems to have really appealed to the gaming industry, looking at the most supported projects of all time the gaming projects regularly exceed their targets and raise significantly more than art, film, clothing or food projects. I find it absolutely fascinating and so i think Kickstarter is here to stay.

    Our industry as a whole is fairly large but it is made of lots of smaller companies and a few big players. Kickstarter allows smaller companies to secure funding for projects that they might not be big enough to fund on their own. I’d certainly agree that when it’s the third edition of a game it seems to be pushing the boat out a little too much but in that case it’s not really any different from people advertising pre-orders here.