Join the CoraQuest!
Dan Hughes, a contributor to the Dice Tower, along with his 8-year-old daughter, Cora, have launched a Kickstarter for their homegrown game, CoraQuest. During the lockdown, Cora was bored doing her math homework, so she and her dad decided to tackle something more fun and began creating CoraQuest, a family-style cooperative dungeon crawl. The artwork for the game is based on pictures submitted by children around the world! The game plays 1-4 players, ages 6 and up, in 45-60 minutes.
Besides the artwork provided by children, CoraQuest is unique in other regards as well. Because of a Dungeon Deck that forms the layout of the dungeon that the players are exploring, every game will have its own particular layout based on how the cards are drawn. There is also a quest book that provides a family-friendly narrative as the dungeon is explored. In addition, there is a gnome named Kevin who demands a lot of rescuing.
This fully-funded Kickstarter campaign has a couple of weeks yet to go. The Kickstarter page provides a print-and-play version of the game as well as the rulebook, if you want to take a gander before you make a decision on whether to pledge. There are gameplay videos and links to play the game online on both Tabletop Simulator and Tabletopia. If the game sounds like something your family would enjoy, be sure and check out the Kickstarter campaign here. CoraQuest is expected to deliver in November 2021.