Game Announcement: Swamped!

About one year ago, game designer Ben Gerber contacted us about a micro-game he’d been working on that needed a publisher. This was the beginning of a very positive and productive relationship between Ben Gerber and Bellwether Games, the outcome of which is an incredibly fun and unique little game we’ve titled “Swamped!”

Although there is still a lot of work to be done and many things we’re not quite ready to share, we couldn’t help but give you at least a glimpse at what this game is about:

You’ve only just met your companions—a motley assemblage of characters from who-knows-where. You’ve been told each one of you was “hand-selected” for this urgent (or desperate) expedition into one of the world’s most feared swamps, but this thought provides you little solace.

Together in a tiny boat, you and your team have been tasked to find a rare herb with chemical properties that will help your employer cure the great disease of your time. At least, that is the plan. This swamp is full of secret and valuable treasures…and hidden dangers. Will your team honor their contracts and complete the mission before daylight fades, or will hidden agendas and unknown obstacles lure you deeper and deeper into the swamp?

Swamped is a card game for 2-4 adventurers and plays in about 30 minutes. In the game players navigate their shared vessel through a dangerous water-logged jungle in search of lucrative natural resources. Your expressed goal is to help “save the world,” but as time runs out, your own secret motives may lead everyone into deadly peril.

There is not yet a launch date for a Swamped Kickstarter campaign, but we will soon be making a print and play with demo artwork available for you to test out. We’d love to hear your thoughts on the project so far and can’t wait to get started on this adventure with you!

Thanks!

-Dennis Hoyle

7 Responses to “Game Announcement: Swamped!”

  1. D

    Looks interesting. Need help playtesting anything? I have an obsession with playtesting 😉

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  2. bellweth

    Darren: Yep! We will need some help playtesting! Stay tuned for the release of the print and play…

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