From the campaign:
Obatron Productions, a new RPG company that has gained the use of the Savage Worlds license, recently launched a Kickstarter for Tunse'al, a tribal fantasy setting. Rather than creating for just one system, the company has written material for Savage Worlds and in a systemless format. With a little work, GMs can use the handy tables to adapt the material to whatever system they want. All products are being released in both formats: Savage Worlds and systemless. The Kickstarter offers the Tunse'al Setting Guide, Tunse'al Quick Starts and Side Tracks, Bonus Beasts, and more.
Tunse'al has some interesting features that combine to make it a unique setting. There are four playable races, none of which are human, although two are similar. The society is tribal rather than feudal or post-apocalyptic. There is no money, which means characters must be motivated by something else. The planet is decidedly not Earth seeing as it has a pair of suns and a trio of moons. Metal is rare since most is taboo, which affects technological advances. The environment is hostile with enormous reptiles and dangerously active plants sharing the world. And the tribes don't all get along like civil neighbors. That's just for starters.