Everyone on board! – Blasphemy developer launches Kickstarter for new VR platform for board games

Everyone on board!  - Blasphemy developer launches Kickstarter for new VR platform for board games

game kitchen, The indie studio behind the crowdfunding sensation contemptuous One kickstarter campaign for Everyone on board! Launched a VR platform powered by user-generated content where players are able to create, share and play board games with their friends. The development team is targeting a release in 2023 Meta Quest 2 and SteamVR Headset, There will be a special beta for supporters for the holiday season.

Everyone on board! Defines a new way to create, share and play board games with friends, At launch, the platform will give gamers access to an extensive library of titles, including officially licensed ones, such as Black Rose Wars, Rallyman GT, Sword and Sorcery, Infinity Defense, Istanbul And escape the dark castle, Additional titles will be announced during the crowdfunding campaign and beyond. Players will get only one copy of a licensed game to play with your friends,

Platform It aims to help aspiring board game designers create and share their own board games, by using a range of free modding tools that are available for PC (Windows). The modding tool is designed to allow everyone to create games in a simple and accessible way, Without writing a single line of code.

players $20. be able to support the project from, providing access to the platform, exclusive accessories and a supporting role on the official Discord. For $40, players get Tugang Zum Backerpass Basic, a level that includes three licensed board games of their choice. Supporters of the Kickstarter campaign can also purchase the Complete – Early Bird Tear, which is $80. Allows access to 12 games in,

about Everyone on board! Available on official websiteas well as further updates discord, Twitter, FacebookAnd instagram, Information about Game Kitchen can be found here official website or on Twitter,

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