I’ve never worried about vampires much. But then again, I also make things like Doc’s Mother’s Spicy Garlic Meatballs. If you have an issue with vampires, you might just want to become a vampire hunter and go a-staking. That’s what you’ll be doing in Vampire Hunter The Card Game, the first game to come from Krippendorf Games LLC. It’s up on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
So, it is starting to happen. I’m working on publishing my simple, little card game. It started with a random guy saying, “If you know so much about games, why don’t you make one!?” I’m proud to say, after two years of play testing, I’m happy with the progress of the game.
We are raising funds to cover the first printing of Vampire Hunter, the inaugural game of hopefully many games from Krippendorf Games, LLC., pay Matthew Holliday for his amazing artistic contribution, and cover any extra expense that might come up.
Vampire Hunter is a single deck card game where players try to become the best Vampire Hunter by killing undead blood suckers and collecting their fangs. Players take on the role of one of the Knights of Saint Benedict, collect items and weapons from the city and fight vampires that look to harm the innocent. The first player to collect fifteen fangs is the winner. That said, a player can also win by being the last player left.
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank Matthew Holliday for his amazing artistic contributions. I would also like to thank Jeremy Topczewski and Robert Chayer for their countless hours of play testing. I would like to thank the people at Protospiel. I would like to also thank my wife and beautiful baby daughter for their support.
The campaign’s working its way on closing in on half-funded with still 17 days left to go.