Crowdfunding Collection #167, including every tabletop rpg project started between 04/25 and 05/02

I present to you the new Crowdfunding Collection #167, including every tabletop rpg project started between 04/25 and 05/02.

Following the May celebrations, I am back on time. Thus let’s get to the projects.

Garden of the Giants is a game in which you’ll be playing anthropomorphic mice, who’ll experience adventures akin to those from children tales. The presentation is beautiful, and I like the setting. Plus, there is a preview for interested backers to check out. I think it’s worth having a look. Then there’s Courts of Blades, which focuses more on politics, diplomacy and skullduggery in a renaissance setting. You’ll be playing a coterie caught in the web of intruiges and drama, with a system based on Blades in the Dark. Worth having a look too. If you like to have 9 games with one project, Pretentious Games for Villains and Bastards would be right up your ally. The games are made to be played in a one shots or micro-campaigns. anbieten. The kickstarter projects offers a little description of each of the games, for you to check out.
If you fancy Fantasy and PbtA, Fantasy World should be right up your ally. The game offers an interesting looking setting, which doesn’t seem to be a standard Edo one, and it will be available in English and Italian! Maybe you like your Fantasy with more of a Sword and Sorcery drift, in which case you should have a look at Blood, Sweat & Steel. Systemwise it is based on Fudge, and the project highlights game specific rules.
If you are a fan of Science Fiction, I would recommend having a look at ChangedStars. The game offers a bright yet prelious future, inspired by utopian, feminist SF works, as well as contemporary gritty ones. The whole game is d6 based with 4 attributes and looks solid, with quite interesting illustration. Thus it does see me tempted. Ironsworn: Starforged transports the Fantasy Ironsworn setting and rules into the Science Fiction genre. The game can be played alone, with two players or with a „regular“ amount of players. The system is PbtA inspired, and the makers proved their mettle with previous projects. Check it out.
Maybe you are looking for a game book? ROTATOR offers the first entry to a Science Fantasy story, written by a creator living in Ukraine. It features cool illustration, and is worth having a look for those alone.
There are of course more interesting projects, like the Eldritch Sands setting for D&D 5E, the bright green, printable Hollow Dice with braille readability, or the Shelf File of Holding, to stuff all your Kickstarter books into a nice DCC folder thing.
You’ll find these, and more projects, here:

English Crowdfundings

3 Roleplaying Games
2 Fantasy Roleplaying Games
2 Science Fiction Roleplaying Games
1 Gamebook
3 Settings
3 Sourcebooks
1 Magazine
3 Adventures
7 Dice Projects
2 d6 Dice Projects
1 Deck of Cards
1 Enamel Pin
2 Various RPG Projects

German Crowdfundings

1 Sourcebook

Spanish Crowdfundings

1 Roleplaying Game

French Crowdfundings

1 Roleplaying Games