Big news in the always-vibrant Valley Tabletop scene!
After a series of successes in Questlandia, 14 Days, Noirlandia, and Damn the Man, Save the Music! local developers Make Big Things are back with their first board game! You can back it on Kickstarter now!
The zombies have taken over the city, and you and your doggo friends have found refuge in Central Bark. But you realize something is missing… it’s those scratches behind your ears… those enthusiastic belly rubs… the sound of a hooman calling you a “good dog”…
So it’s time to brave the apocalypse and search the city for hooman survivors, bring them back to Central Bark, and build a place you can call your forever home!
It’s a cooperative board game about problem-solving by working as a team and contributing your unique skills!
You’ll help your fellow dogs by licking and howling, boosting their energy to help them outwit the zombies! Herd and bark at each other to escape dangerous situations and reach defenseless hoomans faster.
In Good Dog, Bad Zombie, there’s no room for the lone wolf. Each dog will support the pack with their own unique skills!
The game supports 2-4 players, and it’s a breezy 45-60 minutes long. You can even choose a difficulty setting! That’s a nice thing that we don’t see often enough in co-op boardgaming.
Also, because Make Big Things are very nice folks, they’re focusing on producing the game ethically. They’re teaming up with a worker-owned cooperative to do the printing, Community Printers. AND They’re donating to One Tail at a Time Dog Rescue!
While Kickstarter guidelines do not allow us to contribute monetarily to non-profits with a percentage of the proceeds raised from this campaign, they do allow us to purchase materials as a part of your backer rewards! Therefore, each of the backer levels starting at $75 or more will allow us to purchase items from One Tail at a Time’s wish list. Via One Tail at a Time, these items will make their way into the paws and mouths of dogs in need in the Chicagoland area.
So what are you waiting for? Check out the Kickstarter! Dog pun!