Robert Burke Launches Kickstarter Campaign to Produce Book of Dragons
Book of Dragons is a card game system: With over 18 designer games, Book of Dragons is not simply a card game, but a game system.
November 27, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Beautifully illustrated by world-renowned artist Kerem Beyit, Book of Dragons will release with over 18 games by over 16 designers. In the future, the system will also have more games created by respected designers and the community at large. The Book of Dragons card game system includes a deck of large, tarot-sized cards. However, instead of playing poker, blackjack, or other traditional card games, a host of designer games utilizing modern design mechanics makes play more exciting and entertaining.
The cards are big and beautiful with colorful designs. The retail version will ship with a reference booklet and three different rulebooks: one for light games that are perfect for families with children, one for pub-style/beer & pretzel filler games, and one for heavier strategy games.
The games that will ship with Book of Dragons include:
– Dragon’s Bluff by Martin Wallace – A bluffing game for 3 or 4 players
– Dragon Mystery Rummy: The Case of the Rare Dragon by Mike Fitzgerald – A rummy style game with a twist for 2 to 4 players
– Wyvern’s Knot by Jonathan Gilmour & John Burns – A tense cooperative game for 3 to 5 players.
– Dragon Master by Sen-Foong Lim & Jay Cormier – An auction and negotiation game for 3 to 5 players
– Subitus Wyrm by Robert Burke – A personal interaction bluffing game, where players attempt to deceive a single player at a time
– The Rut by Max Michael – A bidding game for 2 to 4 players
– Dragon Kim by Ken Shannon – A hidden scoring and deduction strategy game for 2 to 4 players
– Year of the Dragon by Daniel Solis – A strategic solitaire game
– Dragon Pass by Gil Hova – A pick and pass set collection and deduction game for 3 to 5 players
– Dragon Inquisition by Nate Bivins – A hidden traitor game for 3 to 5 players
– Dragonflight by Stephen Avery – A dexterity game of flipping cards, triggering abilities, and capturing dragons
– Dragon Duel by Robert Burke – A tactical head-to-head area control battle game for 2 players
– Age of Dragons by Chris Hamm – A 2 player strategic battle game
– Dragon’s Trick by Mark Kale – A trick-taking game for 3 to 6 players
– Pentawar by Ken Shannon – A strategic tableau building battle royale game for 3 to 5 players
– The Lost Dragon by David Short – A deduction game for 2 to 4 players
– Don’t Poke the Dragon! by Mike Gurley – A 2 to 5 player game for families and children
– Dragon Scat by Robert Burke – A family-style bluffing game
– Public Domain Games – We have converted many family-friendly public domain games that can be played with the Book of Dragons system
The Kickstarter campaign, located on the web at www.kickstarter.com/projects/478379924/book-of-dragons, offers pledge levels from $5 to $500, including from a print and play version of Book of Dragons, a retail version of the game, a tuck box version, and a Book of Dragons commissioned design. For more information, visit the Kickstarter page.
Book of Dragons is a card gaming system that can be played up to 18 different ways.