If at first you don't succeed, try, try again. It's an old saying that's good words to live by. If you feel you've got a quality product and want to get it out to the masses, just because a Kickstarter doesn't initially succeed mean you should throw in the towel. That's the attitude Darwin Games is taking, as they've relaunched their Kickstarter for Eye for an Eye, the arena combat board game.
From the campaign:
Eye for an Eye is an innovative, realtime or turn based, dice driven game of arena combat for 2 to 6 players. Roll your dice, allocate them to actions on your player board and tribal cards and then call these out to resolve them on the board. Move cleverly across the arena, dancing around your opponents, build up for a strong attack, or pepper your enemy with quick ones. Play for your Tribe, or team up with another Chief or two, combo-ing your abilities with each other to devastating effect. With five different gameplay modes, all available in both realtime and turn based modes, replayability is huge.
The campaign's around 1/4 of the way funded with still 27 days left to go.