Do you know of any local "Bright Ideas" seeking support through crowdfunding? If so, email firstname.lastname@example.org!
Aspects of Fantasy combines Fate and D20 systems. Story uses crowdsourcing for world-building.
CINCINNATI - This week, two local projects are looking for support to take their role-playing games to another level.
CINCINNATI - The Cincinnati area is rich in creativity and bright ideas. Many artists, community activists and entrepreneurs are ready to run with projects and programs, and they’re turning to crowdfunding sites to fuel their ideas.
Each Tuesday we highlight two projects that are underway and asking for your support.
Platform: Kickstarter.com Started: January 7, 2014 Goal: $4,500 Project By: Steve Bode
Aspects of Fantasy is a role-playing game that takes both the D20 rules system and the Fate system, and combines them to create what Bode calls "a unique fantasy experience." The idea came from his own interest in games, which eventually motivated him to create something he could call his own.
Bode says in addition to being an amazing addition to any fantasy game lover’s collection, Aspects of Fantasy will also be a very green option for gamers--since it's primarily be electronic. He added that in the rare case the game will need to be printed, only the exact number requested will be processed, avoiding leftover stock to sit in a warehouse.
Why should people support Aspects of Fantasy?
Steve Bode says: “If a person is actually interested in fantasy games, they may be interested in (Aspects of Fantasy). (Unlike many other fantasy games) this game takes the innovative Fate game system and merges it with a streamlined version of the popular D20 game system.”
WATCH: Aspects of Fantasy video on Kickstarter
Days until this project closes: 17
Platform: Kickstarter.com Started: January 10, 2014 Goal: $85,000 Project By: Adam Bowman
Bowman’s Story is a system that brings people together to design new worlds used in tabletop role-playing games. Basically, it is a system for crowdsourcing world-building. Story began as a simple game, eventually expanding into a system for generating games that actually builds new worlds from scratch.
Bowman says the methods for building a game entail having players create supplemental content, then editors review that content.
Why should people support Story?
Adam Bowman says: “You should choose our project if...
WATCH: Story video on Kickstarter
Days until this project closes: 11
Do you know of any local "Bright Ideas" seeking funding through crowdfunding? If so, email email@example.com!