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Kickstarter

When used properly to follow through on promises to supporters, Kickstarter can prove an absolutely wonderful resource for companies who may have otherwise not existed. Few companies know that as well as Green Couch Games. Dating back to August 1, 2015, when the publisher came onto the scene through Kickstarter, they have launched and successfully funded 5 different casual game projects.

This easy-to-learn card game is currently seeking funding on Kickstarter and was designed with the goal of amusing kids and engaging adults. It’s not afraid to be a little cheeky with its theme and you can tell its designers clearly had a lot of fun with it.

The Summer 2016 issue of Casual Game Insider has been released! We have also launched our 5th year Kickstarter campaign — help us get into hundreds of Books-A-Million stores.

Moonshot: Lunar Solace is now on Kickstarter. Race around the solar system and win the right to govern the Moon's human settlement for the coming year!

It is really hard for me to say anything negative about a game developer who has an "About" section on his website that simply features a GIF of him doing the robot in a bright orange shirt.

There is a little something for everyone this month with campaigns running for dexterity, dice, board, card, and party games. With such an eclectic mix, there’s something for just about every type of casual game fan.

For game designer and publisher Julia Schiller, success with her newest Kickstarter venture Hoard would mean more than just simply acquiring the funds to produce thousands of copies. Originally born in America, Schiller moved to New Zealand back in 2000 and has been there ever since.

Games which accommodate both solo and cooperative play seem to be especially valued in the market these days. This trend was noticed by developer Chris Cieslik of Asmadi Games, and inspired the new Kickstarter game One Deck Dungeon. Whether it’s the straightforward mechanics, solo play support, or the deliberate decision making behind the character artwork, the project has already accumulated over $85,000 in backer support.

This fun little party game is compatible with any game you could possibly want to play and mixing and matching it with other genres is half the fun!

From social deduction to deck-builders, this month’s Kickstarter offers games based off of video games and fictional board games in books.

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