Harrow County board game launched on Kickstarter

A board game adaptation of the critically acclaimed board game County of Harrow was launched on Kickstarter. Off the Page Games has launched the Kickstarter for County of Harrow: The Gothic Conflict Game, an asymmetrical 1v1 board game based on the Dark Horse series County of Harrow by Cullen Bunn and Tyler Crook. The game places players in command of one of three factions, all of which fight for control of the peaceful rural county of Harrow. The game also includes optional rules for a third player, while the Deluxe Edition includes a separate faction for a fourth player.

County of Harrow the game’s co-designer Jay Cormier also designed the board game adaptation for Caution MGMT, which was acclaimed last year by many game critics. Cormier’s Off the Page Games specializes in developing board games based on various indie comics.

the original County of Harrow series centered on a young woman who slowly discovers her powers as a witch while trying to defend her home against various types of dark magic. The main series ran from 2015 to 2018, while a series of spin-off books have periodically been released since. The series was nominated for an Eisner Award in 2016.

At the time of going to press, County of Harrow raised over $121,000, far exceeding its goal of $54,000. Contributors will receive a copy of Harrow County: The Gothic Conflict Game with a commitment of US$65, while the Deluxe Edition is available for a commitment of $99. The Kickstarter will remain open until October 27.

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