Called Shot Gamesis creating great tabletop games and RPG content
• Access to the game development blog
• Acess to early updates and announcements
• Shout out on our various social media accounts
• A digital set of the basic rules a week before they are open to the public.
• An additional faction contestant that isn't available to those just accessing the basic rules as free content.
About Called Shot Games
Years later when my son and his friends asked to play Dungeons and Dragons. I said yes. Our homebrew 5e campaign has been loads of fun but as often happens some people just couldn't make it to every scheduled session. So we threw together some rules and charts and characters and Infinidome was born.
What is Infinidome?Infinidome is or can be many things. In it's base form it is a WWF meets gladiator style PvP game. You can play 1v1 or as many players as you can fit on a table. It's not all about beating your opponents senseless but it's a lot of fun. The game implements dice and a deck to provide randomization and fun. The game system itself also allows for customization to your liking. You can even hack it to play different game systems.
What do I recieve as a Patron?You get inside access as we create the game. Yes we've already played some but that was just cobbled together rules and charts. While fun, it was a mess. The more we played the more we thought we could really make something out of this.
So you get to watch and read about develop the game. Watch our process as we add and take away aspects. Upper Tier Patrons even get to vote on and create content with us for the game as well.
If not game itself what are Patron funds used for?It is our wish that everyone of our Patrons get a copy of Infinidome. We've never done this before. Everyone will have access to a digital set of the rules when all is said and done. So the support we recieve goes into upgrading equipment and doing as much in house as possible to keep costs down and giving you a deeper look into the process as well as more access to create with us.
Why not do a Kickstarter?Mostly because I can't think of anyone who is opening up there process like this. Kickstarter doesn't really allow us the space for something like this.
So come along on this journey with us. We look forward to seeing what we can create together.