NSKN Press release

Mistfall – 10th of March on Kickstarter.
German, French and Russian editions of Progress: Evolution of Technology available soon.

Mistfall release

An adventure boardgame for 1 to 4 players

NSKN Games is proud to announce our third Kickstarter campaign and an ambitious venture into a world of fantasy adventure gaming with Mistfall – our second planned release for 2015.

Mistfall is a fully cooperative game designed by Błażej Kubacki and published by NSKN Games. Designed and developed in English, the game will be funded using Kickstarter, with the project launching on March 10th, 2015.

About Mistfall

Mistfall is an adventure game for 1-4 players, set in an original dark fantasy setting. Utilizing elements of deckbuilding and hand management, and based on varied scenarios played on a modular board, Mistfall features a fully cooperative experience that focuses on player decisions and strategy. Beautifully illustrated and steeped in classic fantasy tropes, Mistfall is aimed both at fans of the tabletop adventure genre, as well as at gamers interested in deeper, more deterministic strategy card games.

Find out more on our web and blog.

The return of Progress

German, French and Russian editions 

NSKN Games is also happy to announce that the critically acclaimed Progress: Evolution of Technology (funded via our first Kickstarter campaign, debuting in Essen last year) will soon be again available in German, French, Russian, as well as in English.

About Progress: Evolution of Technology

Progress: Evolution of Technology is a civilization building card game for 1 to 5 players, that focuses on technological development. Each player guides their nation from the earliest eras of human history through Middle Ages and the Renaissance, until the first sparks of the Industrial Revolution. The gameplay focuses on technology research and development through tableau building and hand management, making for a fast paced game of involving civilization building.

Find our more on our web and blog.


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