Best of Tabletop Games Kickstarter Apps

Discover and download great Tabletop Games apps for Kickstarter.

July 1st, 2019

Build your decks, uncover your creatures, and join the fray.

Fightlings: The Card Game combines old-school pair-matching with fully updated card battler mechanics. Players build decks of 17 cards each, which are shuffled together with one wild card and placed in a 5x7 grid. Once creatures are uncovered, they can be used in combat, meaning adaptability and strategy play a large role in your success.

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LITE Games
After the Berlin-based mobile game developer Thoughtfish has successfully launched its location-based collectible card app Fightlings, they recently announced that they will go one step further by releasing the award winning game as a table-top version. How did that come about? "Fightlings exi
Fightlings is a new, hybrid card game that's up on Kickstarter. For starters, you make your own deck of 17 cards and shuffle it together with your opponent's deck. The cards are then set out on a grid and you must try and make matching pairs of cards.

From the studio that brought you the card game Spaceteam, Ravine is a strategic and cooperative survival card game. You and your friends survived the plane crash, but will you survive the night? Work together to forage for food, craft a fire, and build shelters, but be wary: every step you take in the ravine could be one step closer to madness.

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The Ravine is a mysterious place. That next flip of the card might be the salvation that sustains you for one more turn, or it might contain your doom. And it mostly depends on luck. Ravine is a new game from the same studio that made a card game out of the phone app Spaceteam.
You and a few others have survived a plane crash into a ravine-but can you survive until help arrives? Forage for food, build shelter or weapons, and get ready for whatever comes in the night. Ravine is a cooperative survival game for 3 to 6 players, ages 7 and up, and takes about 15-20 minutes to play.
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Space exploration kit on your tabletop

Gravity Museum is a tabletop display that let’s you compare gravitational force between all eight planets of our Solar system. It transforms theory into tangible experience creating unique way to explore and learn about the amazing Universe. Designed so everyone could take a small step into physical Space exploration.

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Digital Trends
Whether you view it as an educational tool or a geeky space-themed desk toy, there is something incredibly cool about Kristoph Krisjans' latest Kickstarter campaign. Having previously created the "Moondrop" fidget toy to simulate how gravity affects objects on the moon, Krisjans is now casting his gravitational net a bit wider to let you compare gravitationa… See more
Gravity Museum - Fidget spinners have come and gone, but identified a greater trend relating to playing with toys when in a professional environment, which is being...
Geeky Gadgets
Space enthusiast Kristoph Krisjans has created a very unique desktop space exploration system called the Gravity Museum that allows you to compare the gravity between all solar system planets and explore our amazing universe from the comfort of your desk.

A party game of shameless self-revelation.

WHO HAS? is an adult party game that reveals and embraces human behavior at all levels. It asks questions that range from the raunchy and lurid to routine and innocuous.

It is a game that allows us to reflect on our past behavior and literally lay the truth on the table along with everyone else. All while asking one simple question...Who has?

A game of ridiculous quotes by famous people.

The Balderdash or Fibbage of quotes. This exciting new game takes the hilarious quotes from well-known celebrities and lets you assign fake authors to them. Then your friend will need to find the real one amongst the fakes.

"What's in the box?"

A party.

Full Game ($20)

200+ Quotes on high quality glossy cards.

Expansion Packs Available

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Matt Kostinas and John Galmiche want to take the card game to a new level. Instead of the same concept you are used to, they want to help you learn new quotes in a fun and intellectually stimulating way.
The Rider News
By Jason Mount A Rider alumnus has taken his interest in card games to the next level by developing his own: Quotable. Matthew Kostinas, '10, said the idea for Quotable, which involves players guessing the speaker of quotes on the card, came about by playing a makeshift version with his friend and partner in developing the game, John Galmiche.
Two game-inventors from Washington have come up with a new tabletop card game on soul-stirring and cool quotes to instill some good fun in our daily boring life. What's in a life if there's no time to pause and laugh? Well, in today's busy world, where almost all of us are running the rat race, it's easier said than done.
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