I decided to post an update on 4 Games in 4 Days Kickstarter Campaign July 23, 2019 as it’s almost to the halfway point. Kickstarter link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1582756696/4-games-in-4-days. Kicktraq: http://www.kicktraq.com/projects/1582756696/4-games-in-4-days/
Goal (updated 3:11 P. M. July 25, 2019): $1,021 pledged of $444 goal; 130 backers
Here are the 3 games currently available; last game will be revealed on Day 4:
You’re trying to make a sandwich. That’s all. You just want a sandwich. But so do all the other players.
As you try desperately to make your tasty sandwich, the other players will introduce complications that prevent you from finishing your multi-layer delight. A dull knife. An irritating little sister. An alien invasion. You know, regular stuff.
But it’s okay, because you can introduce stuff to stop THEM from making their sandwiches, too. The winner is the one who makes their sandwich. The prize is a sandwich.
(Sandwich materials not included.)
You and your friends tell a story by portraying characters in that story. The problem is…all your characters are really bad at making the big decisions.
It’s a good thing you each have a little devil on one shoulder and a little angel on the other (each played by other players in the game). Whenever you’re faced with a big decision, the little devil and little angel give you advice. And you have to do one of the things they suggest.
Everything will turn out fine, I’m sure!
The galaxy is at war and Earth is in need of the best rogue space captains and their crews to form Space Force…an elite, off-the-books, black-ops force that will undertake the most dangerous and morally reprehensible missions war has to offer.
You and your friends are rival space captains seeking that lucrative and exciting contract by getting a ship and putting together a crew.
This is a multi-round, short play dice game where you’ll assemble your crew and complicate things for other players.
You and your friends pretend you’re on a crashing plane. As you prepare to meet your maker, you feel it is important to unburden yourself of all the embarrassing deeds you’ve done and secrets you’ve kept.
You’ll use prompts provided in the game to craft short, fictional stories of embarrassment and poor judgement. Totally…fictional…stories. Fictional. Right?
(Plane not included.)