Runes & Bones

Runes & Bones have been sources of power and divination for Tribal Orc Spirit Talkers for countless generations.  As the wisdom of the few remaining spirit talkers fell to the blood lust that consumes the race, the Runes and Bones once used to guide the strategy of the warriors now serve only to entertain them.  What once was an honored system of divination, now serves as a campfire game for Orcish warriors everywhere.


Corey and I have spent many hours over the last week hand crafting our newest game, Runes & Bones.  It is now live on Kickstarter. We launched our game this morning, and we met our modest goal by noon. As hand making these versions of the game are time intensive, we are making a limited number of copies with the goal of getting a few copies in the hands of players.  It is our hope that with the game in the public, we can receive reviews and feedback and be more prepared to launch the manufacturing campaign this year.

We made our goal before noon, and are currently at 166% funded.

In our video, we show the process of making this game by hand. It’s a lot of fun, but a lot of work. It’s a good thing we love what we do!

We are overwhelmed with gratitude and excited about the interest and enthusiasm for our game and our company. We cannot thank our backers and supporters enough.

Please check out our game, if you haven’t already!



3 thoughts on “Runes & Bones

  1. Cool video! Wow! That’s a lot of work for one game!

    The title got me to thinking on this mirror I own. Actually, it was an old farmhouse window that a girlfriend of mine converted to a mirror. Anyhow, I asked her if she would burn the rune signs all around it. It’s very cool. I don’t know why I have an affinity for them…..

    I think you shall probably make a lot of money from this game. My grandpa made a lot of money with a buddy by creating some dice game called Skunk. I’ve never seen this game. I guess it was popular back in the day?

    I wish you good luck on this venture!

    • Good morning Kells! Runes are just cool, it doesn’t matter if they are on a mirror or where they are. 🙂
      So far, this is a very popular game. We nearly sold out, so we added ten more. I think if it continues to be so popular we will send it to manufacturing right away.
      I have never seen Skunk, and I do love dice games. Now I will have to look it up. How are ya?

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