Hello friends, this is Zach from Korrosive Games!
I'll start by telling you a bit about Korrosive Games and our goal here. We are currently made up of three members. Zach (me, haha) I work on game design, graphic design, a little bit of marketing, and some publishing duties. Nathan, he works on game design, graphic design, along with some of the other business sides of the publishing portion. Then we have Amber, the newest addition to our team, she will be covering almost all of our social accounts and marketing. And since I'm the one typing this, I'm just gonna say from all of us, "Thank you for supporting us and becoming a part of our amazing projects!"
Speaking of projects, let me tell you a little about our first venture, "Fate of Venterra."
This game has been in development for a long time.. a long long time... (come on now, i can hear you sighing, it's tough working a day job and designing a super complex, intricate game). Let me start by telling you a bit about it. It's an American style, strategy board game for 2-5 players with NO dice, and NO combat randomizers. That's right, no more chuckin' dice and praying to the luck gods. Each faction plays completely different, but also shares some similarity for ease of play. Think Root the board game, but you don't have to learn the game over again each time you switch factions. Our game plays over the course of 6 rounds and averages about 45 mins. per player (Think Twilight Imperium... but you won't have to cancel your plans for the weekend to play). Fate of Venterra focuses mainly on direct conflict with other players, with some alternative, more diplomatic options as well. I won't sugar coat it, it's a tough game to master, you'll probably have to play it a few times to understand the intricacies of play. I'll try not to say too much here, we have so many resources like videos and the "Fate of Venterra" page on our website if you would like to learn even more about the game, so I'll leave that to you.
Since this is my first post I'll leave it short and sweet.
Thanks for stopping in, and I'll see you next time!