Ox Eye Media enters the world of board games with ‘Source Point Games’, first game to be released in 2023
Ox Eye Media have just announced their official foray into the world of board games in the form of Source Point Games, a brand new division for the Michigan-based company which also includes Source Point Press (comics) and Source Point Toys and Collectibles (toys and… uh… collectibles.)
The launch is already coming into the market with some impressive momentum, hot on the heels of last year’s Rat Queens: To the Slaughter Kickstarter Campaign, which brought in over $300,000 in funding from its almost 3,000 backers, and which is due for official release in Q2 of 2023.
Not only that, but they’re also planning on hitting the ground running with a brand new game in the form of Floor Plan: The Winchester Mystery House, which is releasing in Q1 of 2023 and can officially be preordered HERE for $29.99.
Fans of the original Floor Plan might remember the rewarding roll-and-write dedicated to designing blueprints to fill your clients’ requests. This stand-alone successor takes that mission to a new level (literally and figuratively) as players aid Sarah Winchester in designing The Winchester Mystery House, a sprawling and haunted home that stands in San Jose, California. While the real house is nearly 25,000 square feet in size, players will be concentrating on building two floors simultaneously, using the dry erase sheets within the game to complete Sarah and the spirits’ intricate requests.
Source Point Games also dropped some tantalising details about what else to expect from them in the months to come, including RekkorKai: Tournament of Champions, a dueling game where you’ll get to play as characters from Source Point Press’s upcoming comic, RekkorKai. Sen-Foong Lim and Alara Cameron, who also worked on the Rat Queens board game, are bringing a title full of chaos, upgrades, and victory to the kitchen table in a snappy 20 to 30 minute game, continuing the trend of letting you live through your favorite stories in gaming form.
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