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Be it purely for the looks or to add to add to your collection, if you were looking for creative alternative playing cards the scope of crowdfunded projects 2015 would certainly not have disappointed you. From video game inspired artwork to the art and tradition of Dia de los Muertos, playing card creators and artists draw have created decks of cards to suit any persons fancy or to compliment any collectors collection. Noted this year is also the use of different materials and effects used to create truely amazing cards, these include cards with a metal appearance with a prismatic effect to lenticular lens motion designs.
I am fascinated by the creative medium that playing cards offer artists and designers and how crowdfunding platforms now allow these artists to launch their projects to connect their art and passion to a ever growing market. OUt of the dozens of really great projects I have selected the six crowdfunded playing card decks which I think were the very best of 2015.
There is no doubt that crowdfunding has revived board games and tabletop gaming in general. The sheer number of projects launched this year as well as dedicated websites, blogs YouTube channels and live streaming channels which are now available are testomany to the growing popularity of this age old form of entertainment... and I am excited about it.
2015 did not disappoint in the department of crowdfunded board game projects that where launched and sucessfully funded. Fantasy and scifi games once again make up the vast majority of board games launched in 2015, but there were some great historical and social games launched that I really like as well. Here are the six board games which I think were the best board games launched on crowdfunding platforms during 2015.
What a bumper year for video games has 2015 been and even more so, for video games being funded via various crowdfunding platforms. For small indie puzzle games to massive open world RPGs, 2015 left no gamer empty handed (or wallet full) when it came to backing video games.
I personally backed more video game projects this year than in any previous year, which included a small music based puzzle game, an huge open world RPG and a few games in between. It was an exciting crowdfunding year and I have picked my top 12 crowdfunded video game projects of 2015.
2015 was a particularly interesting year for crowdfunding in general and more specifically for horology and watches. The data is both impressive and staggering when you consider that 2015 may close with over US$30 billion in total funding for projects across all platforms.
2015 was especially a good year for watch projects on popular crowdfunding projects with the overall number of launched projects, successful projects and total funding for these projects amounting to more than in any previous year. Of all these projects I have selected ten watches, five smart and connected watches, five new watch brands and five watch accessories which I think were the very best of 2015.