There aren’t quite as many cooperative board games on Kickstarter as there were last month, but there are some good ones you’ll want to check out. If you end up being interested in any of the games below, be sure to head on over to their Kickstarter pages for more info!
In 21 Days you relive the events recorded in the found logbook, over a period of 21 days. The purpose of the game is to have (at least) one of the survivors rescued by a ship on the 21st day.
You do this by following the events described in the logbook and having the survivors choose and perform actions on the various locations on the gameboard.
I really do love the look of this game. I’m not usually a big fan of games that have a ton of dice rolling, but I will give this one a shot when it comes out since the artwork looks great and the theme seems pretty cool.
Latest Update (July 9): The designer wants backers to guess the new character that will be added to the game.
James Young Memorial Hospital is on the verge of being shut down and needs your help. The emergency room is under survey by a government agency and everything needs to go right today to save the hospital.
You and your fellow staff members are the hospital’s only hope of staying open to the public. The staff must work together to treat, expedite, and comfort patients before they leave against medical advice (AMA) or expire. There are only 4 of you available to work today and you may need to make some hard decisions. Your team will need to prioritize patients depending on their severity and needs. You have only until the end of your shift to prove to the agency that the hospital deserves to stay open.
I was not a big fan of Healthy Heart Hospital, but I really do want to play a good cooperative medical game. Maybe this will be the one!
Magic of Legends
A co-operative adventure game for 1-4 players with amazingly detailed miniatures, fight for your team in the magic world.
Besides the really nice miniatures, what’s really intriguing to me about this game is that it’s an adventure/questing co-op game that doesn’t take two-plus hours to play. It’s also for ages 8+, which makes it also fit into the “family game” category. Looking forward to playing this one.
Be sure to check back regularly for more updates on cooperative board games on Kickstarter! And, as always, thanks for stopping by!