Ride Dinos With Dodos In Kart-Racing Kickstarter

July 28, 2022 by fcostin

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The mad and wonderful game of Dodos Riding Dinos is getting a reprint! Returning with their dexterity racing game filled with fun and new features. If you love your board games on the chaotic side with falling meteors and Dodos mounted atop a fierce beast - there's time to get involved once again on Kickstarter.

Campaign And Game Preview - Dodos Riding Dinos

Campaign And Game Preview // Dodos Riding Dinos

Inspired by kart-racing videogames like Super Mario, from the minds of Kiwi Chow Down and War For Chicken Island - returns a race of dexterity and bullying on the track. Returning to crowdfunding with a reprint, Detestable Games and Draco Studios have added more to the base. With new dinos, mechanics, cards and artwork to explore a deeper and wilder experience.

New Artwork Preview - Dodos Riding Dinos

New Artwork Preview // Dodos Riding Dinos

Players will be on the mad route to glory, racking up combos and throwing projectiles at opponents, changing fate and damaging other dodos by the draw of the card. The campaign features a new standalone expansion too, Dodos Riding Dinos Dodo Dash. Providing more characters and tracks that can be added to the core game. With new ways to use projectiles past slinging bananas, the dodo has a new trick up its sleeve before extinction.

Dodo Dash Expansion - Dodos Riding Dinos

Dodo Dash Expansion // Dodos Riding Dinos

Including the game itself, there's plenty to get involved with during the campaign, including some Kickstarter Exclusives with a new dino and a War for Chicken Island crossover. Plus you can get hold of the whole mad and weird creature collection of board games, including Kiwi Chow Down, a game of Kiwis bullying Kiwis for Kiwi.

Gameplay Preview - Dodos Riding Dinos

Gameplay Preview // Dodos Riding Dinos

The Dodos Riding Dinosaurs initially sold out. I loved the premise of Kiwi Chow Down, I did have my eye on Dodos Riding Dinosaurs previously - but never had the chance to play. It seems like a great time to get involved in some indie, fun games that may not head to retail or could end up ridiculously expensive on eBay.

There are many pledges you can dip into, including a print and play option all the way up to a full Creatures Kingdom Collection. The campaign has got 21 days left on the clock, and has already well-passed funding!

The game can take roughly 20 minutes to lay, with a solo venture also avaialble. But a whole family of 6 players can get competitive with the age pitched at 8+

The number of times my fingers wanted to write 'Dido', just do not think the singer, Dido Riding A Dino Is As Interesting! 

"Players will be on the mad route to glory, racking up combos and throwing projectiles at opponents, changing fate and damaging other dodos by the draw of the card..."

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