After spending years designing FAZA and a year preparing for the Kickstarter campaign, we successfully met our funding goal. The fact that it happened is still settling in.
It was a rollercoaster ride. We didn’t realize how busy this summer was going to be with large campaign launches and how difficult it is to get noticed in a busy crowd. We’re immensely grateful for everyone that chose to support FAZA and also helped get the word out.
You can see how funding progressed over the course of FAZA’s month long campaign.
There’s a new podcast covering FAZA! Ric White and Ryan Gutowski of One Board Family received a prototype copy of FAZA to preview for our upcoming kickstarter. They had some positive and kind words to share about their experience playing FAZA. Go over to their site to listen to the full podcast.
“FAZA, it reminds me a lot of Pandemic … makes me think of Mars Attacks … it’s fun, I really like it … the artwork and theme of the game make it more approachable than Pandemic … I really like the theme.”
“I think this might be a big hit.”
If you haven’t already had a chance to see it, Glenn Flaherty over at Boardgames and Bourbon received a prototype copy of FAZA to preview for our upcoming kickstarter. He had some positive and kind words to share about his experience playing FAZA.
“This game is not easy and it ratchets up in tension quickly … It reminds me of Forbidden Island and Forbidden Desert, but it has a relentless nature to it – kind of like playing Eldritch Horror. And it is a tense game. But somehow the ‘Mars Attacks’ theme that’s put on top of it keeps it kind of buoyant, keeps it kind of fun.”