Austin, TX -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/05/2018 -- Shoudo: The Scorched Earth Game is an all-new Japanese-themed strategy game developed by Houseplant Games, an increasingly popular gaming company of six college students from Texas. It is basically a one of a kind strategy game with historic factions and a new board every time, with an aim to take board gaming to the next level. The creators of this remarkable game have recently launched a crowdfunding campaign at Kickstarter and they are welcoming everyone to support generously.
In addition to being a fresh new take on the strategic experience, Shoudo brings a breathtaking Japanese aesthetic to the table and is full of samurai, battlefields, infinite replayability, and much more. The game supports two players who are pitted against one another in a titanic battle of cunning and aggression. Together, they change the shape of the battlefield with the decisions they make throughout the course of a match, and must adapt to unforeseen developments in order to get the upper hand. The best part is that players can experience all the depth and intrigue of a round of Shoudo in less than a half hour.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/907286117/shoudo-the-scorched-earth-game and supporters from around the world can back this project by making pledges and donations. The goal of this Kickstarter campaign is to raise a sum of $10,000 and backers can get this game for as low as $20 on the base backer reward. More details are available on the Kickstarter campaign page of the project.
Shoudo: The Scorched Earth Game is an all-new strategy game based on feudal Japan with many exciting features. Everyone can participate in the recently launched Kickstarter crowdfunding to reserve their very own copy, which works great for game night, or as a gift. The game is developed by Houseplant Games in Texas, which is a group of six college students.
Contact Person: Mitchell Elequin
Company: Houseplant Games
Address: 7401 Glenhaven Path,
Country: United States