Forest of Fate by designer Phil Hazelton, successfully converts the choose your own adventure story books from the likes of Fighting Fantasy or Give Yourself Goosebumps to an accessible, pocket sized*, fantasy RPG inspired, co-operative card game to play with friends and family.
Forest of Fate is live on Kickstarter right now, and it has already funded, so you are guaranteed getting a copy if you back it!
Have you ever wondered what happens to the characters you play in D&D once they have completed their quest? Well, wonder no more! In Forest of Fate two to six players assume the roles of classic fantasy RPG characters on their way back to the tavern from which they began, after completing their quest.
Now, unless you have prearranged a pickup by some giant eagles or a particularly daring Uber driver, there’s no reason why your return journey will be any less perilous than the one that got you there in the first place. And here’s where Forest of Fate kicks off.
Daniel Aronson, designer of Tile laying adventure game, The Island of El Dorado very kindly let me review his game The Island of El Dorado which launched on Kickstarter on Tuesday 29th and was funded within Just 20 hours! If that’s not enough to convince you to take note of this game, then keep reading.
Last weekend we jumped in the car and headed down the motorway to Harrogate, famed for it’s tea rooms and I’m sure one day, it’s Board gaming convention. Maybe one day Harrogate will be as synonymous with gaming as Essen. …Maybe …one day …hopefully