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Ludology: Ludology 223 – Kick Out the Jams

Apr 19, 2020

Emma and Gil welcome Anya Combs and Luke Crane from Kickstarter
to debate how crowdfunding is altering, particularly in gentle of
current occasions.

Anya:, video, @anyayna
Luke: @burning_luke,

Note that this episode was recorded on March 25, 2020, so if we
discuss issues taking place “just a few weeks in the past,” we’re referring to
late February/early March. This would not usually be an necessary
element, however issues are altering so much shortly today.


0m00s: Playtest safely on-line with Gil and Emma!

1m28s: For those that have by no means heard it, the MC5’s “Kick Out the
set a template for punk rock’s sound effectively earlier than its
time. (Explicit language warning) 

3m52s: More information in regards to the Burning Wheel
roleplaying system. 

8m32s: The unique
Alien Frontiers
Cards Against Humanity
  tasks. Both have been modest
Double Fine Adventure
, Wasteland
Shadowrun Returns
, and Shenmue
have been a lot bigger successes.

9m48s: The unique Kingdom
Death: Monster
was a wild success, however
the second version
was one of many largest Kickstarter Games
campaigns ever run.

9m56s: We recorded this episode earlier than Frosthaven
launched. As of the time of this episode’s launch, it has raised
over $7 million USD.

10m31s: Gil’s Kickstarter tasks are all seen right here

12m39s: The Dispel
Dice Kickstarter undertaking

17m23s: The
F*** Yeah Dice Kickstarter undertaking
(Explicit language warning,
in fact).

16m56s: Itten made the distinctive sport
Stonehenge and the Sun
. Oink and Bouken
have no Kickstarter tasks, however their video games are price your
consideration for his or her distinctive look and elegance. Luke additionally brings up
Bouken’s sport Diet
& Friends

17m17s: W.M. Akers has a collection of baseball simulators referred to as

18m23s: You can discover Emma’s weekly information present on
Twitch each Friday at 2 pm Pacific.

20m00s: Here’s the
Fantastic Factories Kickstarter undertaking
. Here’s the Kickstarter
for Coloma,
designed by Jonny Pac, who was on Ludology
221: The Pac Less Traveled

20m36s: Here’s the Gladius
Kickstarter undertaking. 

21m51s: More information in regards to the Skylanders
online game
, which discontinued assist in 2017. 

24m42s: Here’s the
Multiverse Kickstarter undertaking
. (Incidentally, in case you’re
curious about a platform just like Multiverse, take a look at Roll20).

27m34s: More information in regards to the Jackbox social gathering video games. 

28m20s: The
Spaceteam Kickstarter undertaking
(Note that that is for the
unique online game, not the cardboard sport impressed by it).

30m10s: More information about Twine. We go extra into element about this
platform in Ludology 217:
What IF?

30m43s: More information about
, the cell model of Wordsy. 

31m05s: The newest
Chronicles of Crime

32m46s: Commands
& Colors
by Richard Borg is a household of excellent gentle
wargames that features BattleLore
and Memoir

34m33s: More details about Kickstarter’s Make100 and ZineQuest

43m16s: More details about the most recent God of War sport

43m36s: Animal
! Hoo hoo! That’s a hyperlink to extra information about New
Horizons, the most recent sport within the collection. There’s quite a lot of
fascinating dialogue occurring in regards to the sport and how
well timed it’s
how its soothing imagery is ideal for the present occasions
, and

the way it presents an escapist fantasy
(actually escaping to a
desert island) to people who find themselves caught at house.

47m13s: Ankh,
the most recent CMON sport, is at over $1 million USD from about 14,000
backers on the time of this episode launch. Tapeworm has not but
launched on the time of this episode launch.

Pax Pamir
‘s most up-to-date Kickstarter. It’s from Cole Wehrle (and
his brother Drew), whom you heard two weeks in the past on Ludology
222: Johnny Fairplay

47m06s: The Sea
of Stars
Kickstarter undertaking, and the
Swords ‘n Magic and Stuff

52m34s: Anya performs within the Hungry March Band, the
Funkrust Brass Band, and the
Brooklyn Wind Symphony.

55m26s: Of course, Team Ludology doesn’t subscribe to Luke’s
spicy sizzling take right here, and we’re fairly certain Rob Daviau has performed
D&D greater than as soon as. 🙂 Rob was visitor on Ludology
70: Risky Business
. If you wish to hear him GM, take a look at the
precise play podcast Story Roost and its first
story arc, The Unmarked
. (Explicit language warning)

Kickstarter undertaking.

1h00m30s: OLDIE
Kickstarter undertaking.



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