From Indie Board Games and Cards and now on Kickstarter is a post-apocalyptic fantasy cooperative deck-building game, Aeon’s End: The New Age.
For 1-4 players with a 60 minute play time, this is a standalone expansion to last year’s Aeon’s End: Legacy. It introduces the Expedition Mode, and also includes new mages and nemeses, as well as gems, relics and spells that are compatible with Aeon’s End: The New Age and Aeon’s End.
This new deckbuilder comes with 200 cards and card dividers, 4 mage mats, nemesis mat, 2 life dials, 100 nemesis cards, and 7 envelopes of other mages/nemesis that the player will get to open later.
Stretch goals include another expansion,a new mage, gem, treasures and more.
The game has already funded and unlocked a variety of stretch goals. You can find out more here.
Legacy games continue to be the hot item, and Indie Boards and Cards is joining in with a legacy game based on their popular Aeon’s End deck building game. Aeon’s End Legacy is unique in terms of legacy games in that you aren’t playing a one-off type game where it’s used up at the end, nor are you creating a game like you do in Charterstone. No, in Aeon’s End Legacy you are creating and building up your own unique character that you can then take to play in the rest of the Aeon’s End content. But at the start of the game your character is bland and rather weak, so you have to play through games, called chapters, that allow you to get more powerful cards and add new abilities to your character. This will mainly be done through adding stickers to your player board, until at the end of the game you have a fully fleshed out character with their own unique starting deck.
A base pledge of $65 plus shipping will get you Aeon’s End Legacy. You will also be able to add on various expansions from the base game along with the base game itself in case you need those. If you want to run through the legacy game multiple times you will need recharge packs that cost $25 a piece. There are even options for accessories to up the component quality of the game, and a playmat to help keep things organized on the table. So if the idea of creating your own character in Aeon’s End appeals to you, along with just more content for the game, you will want to check out their Kickstarter.