Small World 2 Kickstarter – The Return

Rewards for everyone – iPad, PC, Android and Kindle Fire tablet owners… and board game players too!

As the very first board game available the day the iPad launched, Small World pioneered a whole new world of board games on tablets. It earned critical acclaim and hordes of devoted players, but aside from a few mini-expansions, barely changed since its launch. But for the past year our development team in Paris has been working on a “from-the-ground-up” rewrite of the game; and Small World 2 – a brand new version with 3-5 player maps, asynchronous online play, the Be Not Afraid expansion and more – will be available on the iPad later this summer.

Whenever we mention iPad, we get comments along the lines of, “Android! Android! And what about my PC?!” Well, our new Small World 2 Kickstarter campaign is your chance to make this happen. If we reach our $150,000 goal, we will release Small World 2 on Android and Kindle Fire tablets, and onto Steam PCs, all within the next 12 months.

To encourage everyone – not just Android tablet and PC users – to pledge in this campaign, we’ve come up with rewards of interest to all players of Small World, both the digital and cardboard version. Philippe Keyaerts, the author of the game, has created new Races and Special Powers specially for Kickstarter backers and devised a new super-sized, 6 player cardboard map of Small World and Small World Underground.

Our Art and Production departments have also been busy laying out a Pocket Encyclopedia of Small World; printing a new Small World t-shirt; and putting the finishing touches on a spare-no-expense, deluxe Designer Edition of Small World – signed by the author and engraved with your name!

So if you love Small World, in any shape or any platform, come visit our Kickstarter page, watch the video and pledge your money on some of the coolest rewards we’ve ever designed for a game.

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3 Responses to “Small World 2 Kickstarter – The Return”

  1. hobbes says:

    confused, how does one get the designer edition?

  2. Jesse says:

    If you go to the Kickstarter page it explains everything very clearly. You’ll need to pledge at least $1 and then add $320 for the designer edition.

  3. Whitewind says:

    It says the Designer Edition will be signed by the author and engraved with your name (sounds really cool but I can’t spend that much $; nice discount off a personalized version from the $400 retail). I’m in for the Android version mini-expansion & 6-player board.

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