We’re very excited to share the official release of “Cascadia” the board game on Kickstarter.
In Cascadia, players compete to create the most harmonious ecosystem by selecting and adding habitats and wildlife to their environment. The goal in placing habitat tiles is to create contiguous corridors by matching rivers, prairies, wetlands, forests, and mountains. Once habitats are placed, players populate them with the wildlife species that each habitat supports. Each species has their own spatial requirements and connections to one another and their ecosystem!
Created by local game makers Randy Flynn and Flatout Games, they have been showing and play testing their game around the Pacific Northwest for several months now, and have already broken through their initial goal of $8000.
Cascadia is a game for 1 to 4 players, and takes about 30 to 45 minutes to play. For $29, you can grab a version of the game, and cheaper digital versions are also available, all the way up to custom hand made founder sets.
You can learn more in this Geek Dad review: https://geekdad.com/2020/09/kickstarter-tabletop-alert-build-the-pacific-northwest-in-cascadia/