Kickstarter Roundup 03-20-2018

If you’re looking for some new RPGs to spend your kickstarter budget on, check out the Capers and Freedom Squadron Kicstarters going on now.

Capers – Prohibition with Superpowers

Set in the 1920s prohibition era, but with superpowers complicating the already tumultuous situation, Capers is a unique Role-playing game that uses a card-based mechanic. Capers is truly interesting and worth check out before their kickstarter ends!

Freedom Squadron – Soldier Toy Nostalgia From The 80s

In the year 2051, the battle between VENOM and FREEDOM SQUADRON rages, and world domination is at stake! Fueled by the nostalgia of 80s toylines, Freedom Squardon uses savage worlds to bring action to the setting. Freedom Squadron will scratch the itch for over the top action and make you nostalgic for your 80s toys!

Gears of Defiance – A Steampunk Resistance Game

You had me at last exile. Gears of Defiance is a narrative-driven tabletop roleplaying game that explores the themes of oppression, resistance, and family set against an industrial steampunk background. This game is inspired by tales of revolution such as Les Misérables and The Last Exile.

 


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