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Crowdsourcing Mornings: Hoarding Time Game

This is Crowdsourcing Mornings! This post takes place every weekday morning and highlights one crowdsourcing project I liked from Kickstarter, Indiegogo, or other crowdsourcing websites.

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HOARDING TIME is a board game about crazy hoarders with a toilet paper fetish.  It was created in the past weeks by Martin & Catherine, locked up in their tiny house in Belgium.

Every player gets one shopping cart and a shopping list.  Each player take turns rolling a die, the player with the highest number starts the game. As a player, you have to collect all the items on your shopping list and exit the shop as soon as possible.  At every turn, a player rolls a die. The number of pips means the number of actions for the player in that turn. An action can be; moving the cart one square, taking a product from a rack, using a chance card.

But hey! Where’s the fun in that? 😉  Try to give your opponents a hard time, by sabotaging their race to victory.  There are a lot of chance cards that changes the race of your opponents. You can pick a fight, steal products from other players, create a massive panic breakout, switch products places, but watch out, not all of them are in your best interest! 🙂

HOARDING TIME is a game for all kinds of players. The original game is a game of luck and tactics. By simply adding a number of chance cards, the game comes harder and harder.  Lose the die and it becomes a game of pure strategy and tactics.  By a number of chance cards (included in the box), the game can easily be turned into a real party game.

As of May 1st, this project has raised $2,200 of their $16,308 goal. This project has 25 days left to raise the $16,308 or it will not be funded.  For a pledge of $2, you will get pledge updates.  For a pledge of $33, you will get one game.  To learn more and to pledge money, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/dumpingdogs/hoarding-time?fbclid