A new TTRPG Kickstarter I have been working for
It’s always so lovely when something you work on gets launched into the wilderness and people get to see all the work you’ve been doing. Well… it’s happened again in the form of Spidermind Games‘ TTRPG Kickstarter, Legendary Kingdoms: Pirates of the Splintered Isles. It’s live on the platform now and is smashing all targets and previous performances for the series.
‘The highest funded gamebook series on Kickstarter’
Jon Lunn, Founding Partner of Spidermind Games said today, ‘After such a great reaction on our first KickStarter in the series we were blown away by the response to the release of Pirates – we are now officially the highest funded gamebook series of Kickstarter, that’s not bad going’.
The Kickstarter campaign already has 1500 backers, has $88,000 of pledges vs it’s $2,400 target and is only in the first couple of days. As a contributor, this just makes me smile from ear to ear. It helps that Spidermind’s Jon, Oliver and Mel are some of the easiest and loveliest people to work with in the tabletop industry.
A fantasy TTRPG to dig into
I’m pleased to have contributed a bunch of artwork to both the product and the promotion, and urge you all to check out the very well written, and incredibly enjoyable TTRPG series. You can even pledge and get all three books to catch up, or just start out in the very ‘Yarharrrrrr!’ swashbuckling adventure of the Splintered Isles.
If you’re a TTRPG or fantasy or both… definitely go check the Kickstarter out. They’re a company I love working for because their production values are just top notch. I was pleased to have worked alongside artists, Robin Smith of 2000 AD fame, and Claudio Pilia, a concept artist from the Game of Thrones TV show.
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