Not every game we back on KS goes swimmingly.
Artem Safaryov's solo survival dungeoneer looked a sure bet when it first caught our eye - solo games have been surprisingly popular, and here was one that promised good replayability and a solid theme. Escape the dungeon!
You, the player, take on the role of the sole survivor of that failed adventure. Finding yourself in hostile territory, weak and wounded, you will need to gather your wits and strength, craft weapons from scraps found around you, and attempt to tackle progressively more challenging monsters on your way out of this forsaken place.
Unbroken is a solo card game that is quick to set up and play but one that will produce a tense challenging experience.
You will collect resources representing your character's abilities and will need to ensure that you invest in a right mix of resources to both keep yourself alive during your travels and also prepare for the gruesome monsters that wait in the dark. There are several options at your disposal - brute force, trickery, clever use of skills.
Customize your character and use your limited resources wisely - only the craftiest and the most resilient survivors will make it out alive.
... but them Altema signed with Golden Bell, and the game was trapped in Kickstarter fulfilment hell. For a while we thought we would never see them, but we never stopped believing and thanks to an intervention between ourselves and Spiral Galaxy, the UK stock eventually made it out of the quagmire. I don't think Dan and Jon will forgive me for that for quite some time!
But the important thing is that 2000 Brits got their copies, and you get to play it. Kickstarter can be a tricky place, but don't worry. That's one dungeon you don't have to fight your way out of solo!