Giant Monster Games, a Vancouver-based board game company, is unleashing epic robotic war on Kickstarter. Kingdom Bots launches today on Kickstarter to secure backing for a limited-edition initial production run. The game features an iconic, comic book art style, unique gameplay mechanics, and of course, plenty of robots.
Game creator Adrian R. Walker is obsessed with play. Unlike many board games launched on Kickstarter, Kingdom Bots was designed from day one to be a game for the fans. Walker is quick to state, “I wasn’t going to make another game for me. I needed to make something that would both appeal to hardcore gamers and act as a gateway game for their casual friends.” Adrian dreams big about adding a Canadian staple to the thriving indie board game community.
Game Creator Adrian R. Walker with some passionate playtesters.
The artwork immerses the players in a medieval, ‘low-tech’ world of hack-and-slash robots. Hundreds of hours of dedicated experimentation and playtesting have culminated into the creation of a finished, playable prototype, which is now ready for production and delivery into the hands of gaming fans everywhere.
Iconic, comic book artwork features hack-and-slash robots.
Kingdom Bots is a fast-paced competitive game for three to four players. Each player controls a unique faction of robots with the objective to build a civilization while attacking and defending against other robot armies. It’s a 3-4 hour, constantly evolving game of world domination that rewards aggressive gameplay and clever strategy.
As players fight for control, the game organically evolves through the stages of a growing civilization. Each faction of robots have their own distinct personalities and bonuses, offering up a unique take on the evolution of artificial intelligence.
More information is available on the Kingdom Bots Kickstarter page.
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