A project in Seattle, WA by FLATOUT GAMES

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The award-winning spatial bidding game of clever fox mystics set in a magical moonlit forest illustrated by Beth Sobel!
Backers: 6046
Average Pledge Per Backer: $28

Funded: $170,605 of $8,000
Dates: Oct 24th -> Dec 9th (46 days)
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Latest News

The Home Stretch!

December 6th - via:
Hey there, wonderful Nocturne backers! We hope this update finds you well! We have had an exceptionally busy few weeks, and we wanted to send a quick update on all things Nocturne!  Solo Mode Development We wanted to share a quick update for you all... (Read More)

Bid for spell components on the forest floor in the newest board game from the makers of Calico and Cascadia

November 3rd - via:
Despite their size, board game publisher Flatout Games has produced an incredible track record of hits over the past four years - Cascadia and Calico both won prestigious industry awards, Point Salad is a Dicebreaker favourite and recent sequel Point City already seems like a worthy successor. Their newest project, a magical bidding game called Nocturne, could carry forward that winning streak. (Read More)

WE DID IT! Fully Funded! Welcome to the Nocturne Campaign!

October 28th - via:
Howdy wonderful Nocturne backers! First, we just wanted to say: YAY! WE DID IT! Thanks to your support - over 2,200 of you so far - Nocturne is FULLY FUNDED! Not only on day one, but only about 20 minutes after launching! We are so thrilled by the... (Read More)

Kickstarter Tabletop Alert: 'Nocturne'

October 24th - via:
Nocturne is a bidding and set collection game for 1 to 4 players, ages 10 and up, and takes about minutes to play. It’s currently seeking funding on Kickstarter, with a pledge level of $29 for a copy of the game; you can pledge for just the print-and-play version for $5, or the Founder’s Edition at $249 that adds a signed prototype and other goodies. (Read More)

Nocturne [Preview] – What's Eric Playing?

October 23rd - via:
It’s time for the annual Flatout Games release! It’s essentially a holiday in the hobby board game space, given how well they’ve been firing on all cylinders for the last couple years. Between Cascadia and Fit to Print, I know what my favorites are, but there’s something for everyone in the puzzley drafting space of these games. A lot to like. This year, they’re releasing Nocturne, so let’s dive right in and see what that’s about! (Read More)

Nocturne Game Review

October 19th - via:
The crew from Flatout Games is at it again; this time they’re bringing you Nocturne: mystical foxes collecting mushrooms in the forest. Check out our review to see if this is as fantastical as it sounds. (Read More)

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