Hi folks! We think it’s a good idea to post a weekly list of games which have recently been published on Tabletopia. So, that’s what we’ve decided to do! With Tabletopia, you will always be able to try something new.
1. Mage Wars Academy
What would it be like be a powerful Mages, studying your art, and honing your craft, at the Academy in the world of Mage Wars? How would you spells work against each other? How could different spells and equipment work in battle? How could your choices, your strategy and your decisions turn the tides of battle?
Unlike Arena, Mage Wars Academy from Arcane Wonders is played in an area, without a board. This unique design implements both freedom and speed of play into the Mage Wars system. All creatures are considered to be in the same zone, making combat, and choices, challenging and exciting!
Number of Players: 2
Playing time: 20 − 30 min.
Suggested age: 10+
Mechanics: Simultaneous Action Selection, Variable Player Powers
We were extremely busy in October. We are a small team and all of us have many different responsibilities at the same time. However, we do need to be more regular with our communication to our community – it is very important to hear from you and share with you our plans and activities.
We are therefore opening up the position of Tabletopia community manager. If you are interested in this role, please send me your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org. The candidate should be a native english speaker, preferably with experience in Social Media Optimization. Good writing skill is essential. Initially it will be part time work with a possibility of full time later. Physical location doesn’t matter.
We’ve been very, very busy lately, but we are alright and Tabletopia is going smoothly.
Scythe by Jamey Stegmaier
Meanwhile, we are happy about our partners who have been creating new games. One of them – Scythe from Stonemaier Games is currently on Kickstarter recently and they have gathered more than $1.000.000 dollars so far! That’s an amazing result for amazing game!
We have created a demo of Scythe and now everyone can try this game long before it will appear on shelves! Please read the gameplay tips before playing!
‘Sword and Sorcery’ playable preview
We have also just launched a playable preview of Sword and Sorcery! This is a new game from Ares Games currently on Kickstarter. It is already funded, but you still have chance to back it. You can see a good example of the miniatures on Tabletopia.
And finally, we would like to introduce you a demo of Pocket Dungeon Quest – a new game from our community! Go and check it! The game really very cool!
We are doing all we can to keep moving with Tabletopia so that it becomes a game changer among board games. And that’s all thanks to your support!
Yours, Tabletopia team
Essen Spiel 2015 is behind us! Four days of hard work and fun at the same time! We showed our system to hundreds of visitors, met some of our backers and had more than 50 fruitful meetings with publishers. So, as we promised, our game catalog will grow considerably in the coming months.
Ready to go! Tabletopia team 15 minutes before official opening Essen 2015
An overview of new features for players and game designers
Following our development work this month, we’ve got several nice new features available to our users. Let’s check them out!
Custom 3D objects
The first eye-catching feature is the custom 3D objects. Our Kickstarter backers with Titan or Publisher pledge levels will automatically gain access to this feature. Custom 3D objects can drastically change the look of every board game. Look at these vivid miniatures we have created for Sword & Sorcery – Immortal Souls from Ares Games.
You can start creating your 3D objects right now, but note that there are some restrictions to your models, which you should take note of in order to get the best results in Tabletopia. Check this article for more details of 3D objects in Tabletopia.
First of all, we are excited to announce a series of streams on Twitch with David Lutz (NowBoarding). David will have a number of popular board game designers and publishers as guests. The first stream will start tomorrow, and David will be playing Viticulture with Jamey Stegmeier – President and Co-Founder of Stonemaier Games.
Check out our schedule and don’t forget to subscribe to Tabletopia on Twitch and on our youtube channel, where all these game and interview sessions will be available afterwards.
Secondly, we’re happy to announce that we have reached 1,600 backers. Thank you all for your support! This is very important for us, as it helps Tabletopia gain more attention from publishers and get more really great games. On Monday, we will have a new update with another exclusive demo.
Our Kickstarter campaign is doing well and we are unlocking achievements pretty quickly. We are moving towards our next stretch goal, and have opened a bunch of backer-exclusive demos and even one public demo: Zooloretto.
We have also made agreements with many new partners, like Stronghold Games, Grey Fox Games, Stonemaier Games, Red Raven Games, Magic Meeple Games, Common Man and other we will announce soon.
Our Greenlight campaign on Steam have been successully ended in one week, we have become top5 games on Steam Greenlight because of your support!
We would also like to announce our attendance at the biggest Board Games Event – SPIEL'15! On our booth, which will be located in Hall 2-D125, everyone can drop by to meet our team, ask any questions, see many new games and even play them! And of course, we are happy to make appointments with publishers – so please write to us email@example.com
Our Kickstarter campaign is live! So please click here and support Tabletopia. As you know, the first days on Kickstarter are the most important – so we need your early support. Please consider backing us, and help us spread the word (facebook, twitter).
Your help is essential to make our dream come true. Together, we can make the best digital board game experience ever!
Hey everyone, we’re back with a new Tabletopia blog entry! In the last update, we were talking about digital lifehacks for board games, and now we’ll get into other actions which are much easier in digital format. And we will start with accessibility.