The Tang dynasty was considered the first golden age of the classical and now iconic Chinese gardens. Emperor Xuanzong built the magnificent imperial Garden of the Majestic Clear Lake as an homage of life itself and from where he ruled. Players will act as Imperial Garden Designers and they will be called to build the most incredible garden while balancing the elements of Nature.


Tang Garden is a Zen-like game that will take you to the first golden age of China, where players will progressively build a garden by creating the landscape, placing the scenery and projecting their vision through vertical panoramas. During the construction, noblemen will visit the garden to admire the surroundings and the way the natural elements coexist in the most breathtaking scenery humankind has ever laid their eyes upon.

Game Designers: Francesco Testini, Pierluca Zizzi | Illustrations: Mateusz Mizak

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Boards & Tiles

Since ancient times, imperial garden designers put particular attention to the balance and variety of the natural elements. The garden had to be a faithful reproduction of the Chinese territory: everything had to coexist in a perfect balance, and moreover, particular attention had to be placed in building the observation points.

The Garden Tiles

In the game, the garden tiles truly reproduce this aspect. During each round, one of the actions available to players will be to expand the garden horizontally with various types of terrain: water, rocks, vegetation and paths. When a tile is placed on the board, for each matched element the players will get bonuses and advances.

Player Boards

On the player boards the levels for water, rock and vegetation will indicate the progress of each player on their natural balance. It will be significant not to oversight any of them to obtain the maximum prestige and attract the attention of noble characters.

Game Board

The game board is the white canvas where players will progressively build the garden by placing elements on it. The minimalistic vibe of a chinese handmade game board will give freedom of creation and enhance the colorful experience of the continuous evolution of Nature.


Your Garden will start becoming alive by placing the tiles, but Tang Garden is a game of poetry and romance. On top of the placed tiles, players will be able to decorate the scenery.

Players will draw a quantity of cards based on the board situation and choose one to keep. Players will then have to place the chosen decoration in one of the available spots in the garden, creating a unique and seamless scenario that will never be the same.

Each decoration will allow players to obtain small perks during the game and prestige in different ways in the final scoring based on the collected sets. 

Enrich ponds with sparkling fish and precious lotus flowers, the gardens of delicate peonies and trees from different parts of China and finally place the beautiful traditional pavilions and bridges to open up incredible observation points for the characters that will visit the garden.


Balancing the elements on a garden was not the only important rule to follow. The location and orientation of the garden was fundamental to create a progressive perspective of the surrounding panoramas to give the feeling that the garden didn’t have an end.

During the game, by placing tiles on special parts of the board, you will be able to place a panorama tile, a new element that adds a never ending perspective for the visitors. Both small and big panoramas will be placed perpendiculary to the board by attaching it to the board insert by creating a seamless look on the four sides of the board.

The Panoramas will interact with the characters at the end of the game by giving prestige points based on what your visitor sees and likes.

Characters Miniatures

Tang Garden is inspired by a real story that takes us back to the eighth century, a golden era for the Chinese art and culture. The garden of the majestic lake was requested by the emperor Xuanzong for his loved Yang Guifei and will be populated by the different miniatures inspired by characters that really existed.

The artist loves the waterfalls and is seen regularly painting beautiful landscapes, the poet contemplates the water and writes poems about the moonlight and the hermit observes the rocks that reminds him of his beloved mountains. Each character in the game will have a unique taste and it will be the player’s responsibility to make sure the characters will never forget such breathtaking sight.

By balancing the nature elements on the player boards, players will attract new characters into the garden. On each player turn, if the elements are balanced, the player will have to choose one miniature from the ones available and finally decide which one of the characters will be placed in the garden, orienting them towards their favorite background, while keeping the other with you to keep exploiting its ability.

Miniatures Preview

Living Rulebook

We are working actively on improving the rules before going into proofing that will be leaded by our friend Keith Matejka (Bullfrogs, Roll Player).

We really appreciate your valuable input on it. If any questions while reading please let us know in the DropBox comments. We will reply to you there and we will update the rulebook accordingly.

The living rulebook can change at any time, initially even within hours. You can find the version in the button below.

Tang Garden Living Rulebook v3.2 – 29 JUN 18

Tabletopia & Tabletop Simulator

You can play the multiplayer version (2-4 players) of Tang Garden in Tabletopia or Tabletop Simulator.

The Solo game will come soon! You can join our Discord Channel if you want to play with the team, we will gladly explain you the game in five minutes too.

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473 Comments on “Discover our newest title: Tang Garden”

  1. I love the games that Thundergryph produces; each one is a unique, beautifully designed gem that is perfect for game collections everywhere!

  2. This looks very promising! I’m really looking forward to this! (Although my bank account is not! 😉 )

  3. Thundergryph Games has given Tang Garden the best shape possible. For me it’s a dream and a honor to work with this wonderful team!

  4. Does this kickstarter start a new batch of kickstarters for the sake of rewards based on return backers? (Like Pot De Vin was?)

  5. This game looks so beautiful! Definitely sounds like something my husband and I would enjoy playing together. I only wish there were some adorable baby animals, some sort of wild life, even insects or reptiles, found in China. IMO part of the beauty of spending time in a garden is watching the animals/creatures that make their homes within the garden so if there’s a way to add that into the game, it would definitely add to the game’s lovely theme. Just a thought. 🙂

  6. I think I’ll have every single game from ThunderGryph Games, every single one is a gem beautifully crafted, it’s amazing how every little game looks like a little treasure worth keeping 😉 I haven’t received yet any of your games though, but I’m eager to learn if the gameplay in all of them will be just as beautiful as the art.
    Tang Garden is looking no less gorgeous. I’m super interested in the theme and curious to learn more about the gameplay. Lovely artwork.

      1. And I have to thank you for the beautiful work you are sharing with us, truly 🙂
        They are not on my way yet, but soon they’ll be I guess! 😀

  7. As always, the game looks stunning and I can not wait to check it out further! I’m already thinking it will be a great addition to my collection alongside Tao Long, Dead Man’s Doubloons, and Overseers!

  8. It looks really beautifull.
    Would you consider selling it in bigger scale (so that i could use your 3d models for some figurine-based wargame as well ? 🙂

    1. That’s a very interesting question Lokee! I’m curious to know if there could be a market to make a production for them.

  9. Really intrigued by doing a naturescape euro game, all the Thundergryph games look amazing and are amazongly well produced. Excited to see what you guys put together here

  10. Not seen many games like this, it looks beautiful! I’m quite interested to find out more about it!

  11. This is an awesome looking game – well done to the illustrator!
    I love the “earth hour” support and the global citizenship you have-worth the price of the game.
    Great work and good luck team.

  12. Backed Tao Long and I LOVE it. I backed Spirits of the Forest and I’m sure I’ll LOVE it too. I love everything I’m seeing in regards to Tang Garden so far. If the price is right I’ll definitely be a backer.

    Imagine playing a game of Tao Long in the Tang Garden surrounded by the Spirits of the Forest while the Overseers watch from above! Seems like a great opportunity for some subtle tie-ins / crossovers there.

  13. He comprado y patrocinado todos los juegos hasta la fecha de ThunderGryph Games, pero desde que vi el arte de Tang Garden me tiene enamorado. Es uno de los que más espero para este año y a medida que se más cosas de él me gusta más. Minis, modo solitario y menos de una hora, este cae el día 1.

  14. Hi Gonzalo!
    Happy to see another beautiful ThunderGryph Games creation coming on ks: curious to know more about the game and looking forward to the campaign!
    I noticed that there is no entry on bgg yet (not even in the submission queue) I was wondering if I can do it or you are planning to do soon: let’s start the hype train! 🙂

  15. Beautifull game, i had a look at your past project, Spirit of the forest, and it’s gorgeous. What a shame i missed it. i will try to get this one ! 🙂

  16. Many things excite me about this game. The art is beautiful and the theme is a breath of fresh air. Although I am sure i will enjoy playing with others, I am also looking forward to hear more about solo mode, as this seems like the perfect game to wind down with after work.

    1. Thank you for your kind words, the solo mode is really nice, I’m sure you will love it 🙂

  17. Mr testini designed Xian Terracotta Army, which I like very much.
    Get the rulebook done by Paul grogan.

  18. Looking forward to this! Looks like it might be one of the better games (have yet to be disappointed by you guys though)

  19. Hey 🙂 This looks so nice! I realy like the Theme! This could possible be my first kickstarter!
    If you plan on any kind of insert for this lovely game I’d like to ask you if it is possible to leave some space for the slot where you put the cards in so they would still fit inside nicely if sleeved. (sorry for bad english)

  20. I really love the style of this game, the theme is lovely and sounds like interesting gameplay, I can’t wait to find out more about it.

  21. Another beautiful looking game from Thunder Gryph! I can’t wait till it hits Kickstarter, it just looks amazing!

  22. Really excited about this. Looks like it will be a great game. Tao Long is one of my favorites, and every time we play games at my house, my wife asks about Spirits of the Forest. Looking forward to learning more

  23. I’ve backed all the other games and they were amazing, so I’m looking forward to this one as well!

  24. Omg, wow… I can’t even wait! ♡
    I’ve backed almost every game you’ve released and been supporting you since Day 1! So happy with the incredible things you’ve done! Can’t wait for this newest game – looks awesome! ♡♡♡

  25. Is the box going to contain the box art that’s shown? I really like it… I have been known to back games in the past based on nothing but the art 😅

  26. This looks nice.
    Any plans on a 5-6 player upgrade or kickstart pledge unlock ?
    We are always with a group of 5 to play games 😀

  27. The decorations looks so great, I’m pretty sure that the kickstarter campaign will be a success!!!

  28. Sadly, even though I came back multiple times yesterday, I did not receive an entry for the April 10th lantern

  29. It looks great. I wonder if the 3D trees aren’t an overproduction, but they will probably be worth it.

  30. I really love the artwork and 3d elements! I will definitely be checking this out on kickstarter!

  31. It looks interesting and all of your games have a great production so I’ll pay attention to the KS campaign, cheers.

  32. I did back the previous KS game, Spirits of the Forest, and I can’t wait to back for this marvelous game too!

  33. This game looks and sounds absolutely wonderful. For a while now I’ve been dreaming of a game where you make an manage a botanical garden, and this might just scratch that itch. I can’t wait to learn more.

  34. Looks amazing. Although I think more decorations, not more kinds, but 2 of each, would make it look nicer.

    1. Hello,
      in the game there will be more objects of the same kind, don’t worry 🙂

  35. The KS have some deluxe version like Tao Long or Spirit n the forest ?? I´m a backer from overseers, and I really like the box from your deluxe games… why this going to be diferent than the others ?? Now I cant put togheter all my thundergryp games :o( But I back the game, no worry XD
    Es una lástima que hayas decidido cambiar el tamaño de caja. El tamaño que usaste para los dos últimos era perfecto, e incluso overseers se puede poner al lado. Va a haber en este edición de lujo ?? que ya le juego es precioso de por sí, pero por saberlo… Entraré en el proyecto, como siempre. Mi enhorabuena por la editorial !!

  36. After the great success of Tao Long and SotF, I can’t wait to discover this one! It seems to be language free, can anyone confirm?
    (Hi Gon, been a while since SotF campaign, I never had the chance to tell you did great back then!)

  37. You guys make some really good games, both good looking and good to play, but I would really appreciate a few more titles to play with more than 4 players 🙂 (like overseers!)

  38. I’m feeling very Zen just resting my eyes on these peaceful game components, but I feel my heart pounding like a giant drum at the building excitement of Tang Garden coming to Kickstarter! Ooooommmm…….

  39. Really liking the coloured game times on the white game board. Eager to see the rules of play.

  40. This is one of four or five games that my wife has looked at and said “wow”. And that’s not just a comment on the visuals. The “gentleness” of the theme and game play are reminiscent of Tokaido, her favorite game. We’re both looking forward to the final product.

  41. Can’t wait to play this amazing good looking game !
    I’m a gardener and it’s the first time I discover a game around my daily passion.

  42. It looks very nice!!! I really like the components of the game and I’m happy there is the Italian version 🙂

  43. This looks absolutely gorgeous, stunning art. The campaign’s gonna be big, better get ready for that. 🙂

  44. This looks great! I just hope that I get all of what I ordered unlike past backings. I was on top of this company from Overseers since I had gotten the original Japanese version before the American Overseers was produced.

  45. Oh my GOD! This game seems so awesome! It looks better and better every time you update the new elements. I absolutely LOVE it!
    Can’t wait for the campaign to start! Is there any information I missed about when it will be on kickstarter?

  46. This looks absolutely gorgeous! We’re buying a house at the moment and this morning my wife said “ok, no more games for a while, ok?” and then when I showed her Tang Garden, she said “oh, we HAVE to back that though!” Heh, looks like you’re on another winner, Thundergryph 😀

  47. Tao long is at home, spirits of the forest have been pledged and now tang garden will be my next instant pledge.
    You’are making too much wonderful games!!

  48. Always looking for a theme so integrated with the visual presence of the game. It’s gorgeous and I’m quite intrigued.

  49. Very much looking forward to this. I hope there will be stretch goals for minis of the 3D paper components.

    1. Or we can meet at the “Garden of the Master of the Nets” in Suzhou to play Tang Garden in the nice pavillion just above the water 😀

      1. Now there is a lovely idea.

        I have the tiniest of concerns: the rendering of the Lady and the cartoon of the green-base character with his hand to his chin do not look quite as, well, Tang, as might be expected.

        Which is not to say that they are not lovely.

        1. Hello Stephen,
          many characters are referred to historical personalities of Tang dinasty, but we also worked with a little fantasy to give a special flavour to the game. You will also see dragons appearing in the sky 🙂

  50. Ánimo Gonzalo, sigue haciendo éstos pedazo de juegos!

    Mira que tuve la oportunidad de pillar el EB del tao Long y no lo hice… luego me piré de vacaciones y me quedé sin poder pillar el KS, y todavía me arrepiento.

    Daréis opción a comprar también el Tao Long a través de éste KS?

  51. I’m so excited!! I can’t even wait! ♡
    I already commented once, but these newest updates are so incredible, I just had to re-share my enthusiasm and excitement for this game! ♡

    The panoramas look like they’ll add a neat dimension to the game and the character minis are already gorgeous, just from the 3D rendering! This is going to be a breathtaking game! I’m thrilled to be able to participate in this prelaunch celebration and eager to back this beauty on Day 1! ♡

    I’m eager to see the stretch goals for the Kickstarter & watch as you unlock each one! ♡

    1. Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm and excitement Carly. We have been developing Tang Garden for almost three years and we are so eager to show you every little piece of it!

  52. Well would you look at that! It appears my advice was taken on the miniature picture by meshing the background brightness of options 1 and 3 and reducing the glow of Tang Garden. Cool! 🙂

  53. Absolutely stunning. The design is pleasant and vibrant, the decorations and the panoramas create splendid and always different works of art. It seems it will also be a perfect solitaire to relax and meditate. I just ca’nt wait to try it. Great work!

  54. I love the artwork. I had to get Spirits of the Forest and now this looks like another great game to shoehorn onto my shelves. 🙂

  55. Oh my, this is SO beautiful! Can’t wait to get this. I’m definitly a very optical gamer. 🙂

  56. It certainly looks very beautiful and there’s a lot going on in terms of “bits and pieces” it looks like it might be a heavier game than the “prettiness” might make one think

  57. Whoooa! All your games look and play amazing!

    My biggest regret is probably not going after that expensive pledge during your first KS as patron and get all the following games you create. The games kept coming and my wallet kept crying. In the end, it would have been cheaper, but mistakes were made. On the other hand it means you are doing great, and I am happy that you keep coming with these great games.

    Gotta catch em all. Hopefully, one day 😀

  58. Art, component quality and overview of gameplay all look great. Looking forward to the kickstarter launch.

  59. Will the tree/plant standees have to be dissasembled, and then reassembled again for every game? Or will there be sufficient storage for them in the box? Game looks quite intriguing! Thanks!

  60. This just looks stunning! And love the theme as well. Tile placement game?? I’m hooked! Best of luck with this game!

  61. Beautiful. It is a game I will definitely be getting and can already see it enticing some friends to play that are normally board-shy (shame). As for the normal gaming group, they will be keen regardless. Interested to see rules.

  62. I cant wait for to have this on my table. I have always loved Asian themed games. They always have an enjoyable theme and the art is never disapointing.

  63. I am not usually a huge fan of fluffy green earth style of games, but I have purchased a couple of your games already and am really looking forward to this one. You do green with style, keep it up.

  64. Another gorgeous game on the way, beautiful work by Gonzalo and the Thundergryph team. Can’t wait to see this on the table

  65. The more I look at it the more I like the visuals. Love the theme and art style. I hope that the gameplay will be at the same level.

  66. Very near looking. Hopefully I can get in on the Kickstarter. I think your game designs are awesome.

  67. I think this game looks amazing! I live in Singapore and we have a place that looks exactly like this! Would love to play this game there!

  68. this is beautiful, but i do wonder how practical is the panorama when playing a tabletop, as we’ll be looking down at it…

  69. This looks once again like a beautiful game. It does remind me a llittle bit of Takenoko.

  70. The board, artwork, box and minatures all look fantastic! It looks like you took a little inspiration in the tree components from Photosynthesis, and then went a step further with the bridges and gazebos! I’m very excited to see the campaign go live, though with the quality of the components here, I fear for my wallet. Perhaps I’ll be able to win a copy instead 😉

  71. Love the design and beauty of it! Definitely going to back this for the family and kids to enjoy!

  72. Hi,

    Very beautiful game, as usual. I am impressed by the graphic quality.
    I did not receive a notification that I had registered (for the apricot tree). Can you confirm it to me ?


  73. Each game you guys make is just stunning to look at, and game play…wow, love a good challenge for my brain

  74. Maybe we’ll see it in KS, but a traditional chineese garden should have a big strange stone as an element.

  75. Very beautiful artwork and I enjoyed the mechanisms quite a bit. Looking forward for the Kickstarter.

  76. This looks like a beautiful game. I’m am very intrigued with it and interested in seeing how the gameplay works. As Rahdo would say, “color me interested.”

  77. Absolutely adore the Chinese theme and love tile laying games. Looking forward to this Kickstarter after backing Spirits of the Forest (not backing Alhambra right now cause I’d prefer Tang Garden).

  78. Wow, this is not simply a board game, this is a full immersion 3D-board game. I already love it and feel this immersive zen feeling. I can’t wait to have it and play it.

  79. The board looks so pretty I particularly like the 3-d elements like the trees, bridges and pavilions

  80. It looks really wounderful. I am particulary fond of the tree standees.
    How robust will the decorations be? Especially the pavillon with these small tips needs to be robust enough to handle many plays and be stored afterwards.

    1. Hey Jochen, thanks for your kind words!
      We are reworking the pavillion to make it more sturdy. All decorations are 3mm thick.

  81. The design is amazing ! Love the 3D aspect and the zen theme. I am wondering if the side panorama are not blocking the view, or accessibility to play the game, it looks for sure very cool but it seems at least on picture not practical ??

    1. Hi Ludovic,
      thank you for the appreciation. Don’t worry, we are working to make the game very comfortable: usability is one of our priority!

  82. What is the recommended age range? It looks like something my son could enjoy without worrying about ruthless strategy.

    1. Hello Flapjack,
      how old is your son? You can play the game at different levels, I recommend to play the first games without the lanterns (especially if there are young players at the table). You can also play the solo game in a cooperative mode, taking decisions together and trying to complete the garden, it’s fun!

  83. It’s on my list and very expect by my wife. The game is visually innovative and beautiful. I’m already thinking about putting some LEDs during the gameplay to increase the visual.

  84. This game looks so beautiful. I love the aesthetic. Good luck with the Kickstarter, I look forward to backing it

  85. Been loving the updates but just noticed the new image on BGG that shows us some more of the components and now I gotta ask. Any chance the deluxe edition could include metal (or even wooden) coins (similar to the deluxe edition of Tokaido)? Also, how about having the main board(s) made out of the same nice and thick wood used for the deluxe editions of Tao Long and more so Spirits of the Forest? I think a nice wooden board wouldn’t be scratch prone unlike how over time boards like the one included with Pandemic can show marks.

    I’m sure you’ve already thought about these points but I just wanted to chime in and say that these are the ideas I’d love to see the most even if they have to be unlocked as stretch goals.

  86. So far this looks stunning, will definitely be backing. Will be a pleasure to watch the game develop throughout this Kickstarter.

  87. Looks amazing! As usual, TGryph placing a lot of care in their artwork and aesthetics. Hopefully the mechanics will be as good as with their previous titles!

    1. It’s true, Endicott. It’s a dream not just for players, but also for the designers. I never expected before to know them that my game would become this beautiful. I sometimes use to call Gonzalo “King Midas” 😀

      1. You are way too kind Francesco 😀
        Thanks Endicott! It warms our hearts to read comments like this.

  88. Amazing artwork! Love the theme and the board pieces. The trees make me think about Photosynthesis, which is definetly a good thing! Getting curious now!

  89. If the characters are based on real people, will we get a little information about the people… or at least names so we can do the research?

    1. Hi wren08,
      the main characters are emperor Tang Xuanzong and lady Yang Guifei. But there are also poet Li Bai, empress Wang and… you will discover it later! 🙂

  90. I love the look f this game. This is completely different from anything I’ve seen before. So looking forward to it!

  91. This game looks amazing and I’m probably going to buy it, but you realize zen is Japanese, not Chinese, right? Using that word in this context does not convey knowledge.

    1. Hi Jake,
      the word “zen” comes from the japanese culture (zen buddhism), which in turn comes from the chinese culture (chan buddhism), which in turn comes from the indian culture. In this case we have chosen to use the japanese word zen just because it’s more common and we wanted to easily convey that feeling/philosophy to the audience.

    1. Hello Casey,
      some mechanics of the game are familiar to many players, like the tile laying and the card drafting, but it’s hard for me to compare this game experience in its whole to another existing game.

  92. Really looking forward for your new game. I really loved Tao Long and now I’m waiting for spirits of the Forrest. Keep up the good work!

  93. It’s a beautiful concept for a game. Love the artwork. Can’t wait to see it in person! Where will you be demoing it this year?

  94. Okay this looks gorgeous! I really love the theme of it as well. Would be cool and rewarding as well, to actually create something visually appealing when playing. Seems like something to look at when you’re finished with the mindset of ‘look, I made this!’ after each play.

    1. Hey Nancy, thank you! That is exactly the spirit of Tang Garden. The game will reward players that create a visually appealing scenario for the characters that will come to visit it.

  95. I understand Tabletopia implementation can take time but what about the rules ? So impatient, i know 🙂

    1. Hello,
      we need a few days more because we are putting much effort in making the rules very clear, easy to understand and with more examples. You will be satisfied!

  96. This game has fantastic art which seems to match the theme perfectly. I’ll see you on launch day.

  97. So beautiful! Qué bonito! And it seems to be lenguage independant. Con ganas de que llegue el kickstarter

  98. Tang Garden looks so beautiful. Looking forward to the campaign! Already missed Spirit of the Tree :'(

  99. Have to say that I am loving the look of this, can’t wait to find out more and get my hands on it 🙂

  100. Stunning game art and the mecanics look very flavorful ! Really looking forward to the campaign !

  101. Looks beautiful. One concern for me would be fitting the panoramas into slots/slits on the board – these can get damaged over many plays.

  102. Absolutely stunning. Cannot wait for the Kickstarter… hopefully it comes soon whilst I have spending money hehe. Great design guys, and the rules sold me.

  103. The rules make me like this game even more. Can’t wait to see what extras the KS will have in store !

  104. What a gorgeous game! I will definitely be keeping my eye out for this one and letting my friend know. 😀

  105. This game looks amazing! Hope you send out a countdown to the kickstarter launch so that I really don’t miss on it! Thanks and all the best to you for the campaign!

  106. Beautiful looking game and components.
    I am already picturing players squatting down eye level with the table to see the same scenic views as the character minatures.

  107. As far as the game goes, this game is truly beautiful. I’m not usually into this type of game, but I’m seriously considering backing this. I would say that having to scroll through all the comments to make a comment was a little annoying. You may consider making it so that you put in comments at the top of it.

  108. Already read the rules. It looks really great.
    I think there are two mistakes in the rulebook.
    On page 9 where it says “Starts the with” I guess it’s “Starts the game with”.
    All the characters give VP. I guess you mean coins?

  109. Looks like a promising game. If the rest of the family is going to be just as enthousiastic as me, we’ll have another great game to pledge for.

  110. This game is amazing, I had the opportunity to play it on TableTopSim, and OMG!!!
    Great strategy, awesome mechanics, and beautiful art. I can’t wait for it to come out!

    1. Hi Ricky,
      thank you for your appreciation, we are very happy that you had fun! You will love the single player mode too 🙂

  111. That artwork is gorgeous. I didn’t even know 100% what it was about and still wanted to buy it the moment I saw it.

  112. The game play sounds great and the artwork is fantastic. I hope this comes with a good back story and lots of information to explain the theme and characters, as this will enhance the gaming experience.

    A key factor that will push me to backing this is how challenging, replayable and close to the multiplayer experience the Solo version is!

  113. What attracted me at first was the very beautiful illustrations but reading the rules of the game I like how simple and elegant the gameplay is.
    Although I am interested in the solo gameplay, I am quite certain several friends will enjoy playing this game together with me.

    1. Hello Cristophe,
      thank you for your words. I’m quite sure you will love the experience of the solo gameplay too!

  114. Stunning game and artwork – last one is the reason why I stumpled over this projekt and stoped by

    Will there be a chance of seeing an artbook like other Kickstarter games (f.e. rising sun, blood rage) – please!

    Glad it will be translated into german (besides, do you need help by translation or counterchecking?)

    Cool project

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