Board Game Hub

Publisher | Promoter | Partner

Here at Board Game Hub, we're passionate about indie games. With the advent of crowdfunding, it suddenly became possible for small teams of enthusiasts to design and publish their own games. We salute you and want to promote and sell your games. To find out more, please see Our company.

Publishing is a go

As of last week, we've signed up talented first-time designer James Emmerson and agreed to publish his game Hush (title tbc). It's a cooperative card game of very little communication but a huge amount of tactics and strategy for such a simple concept. We'll be revealing more about the game design as time goes on and are aiming to launch on Kickstarter before the end of the year.

And just as exciting, we now have an artist on board: Tristam Rossin of Bright Light Games. He brings a wealth of experience and talent to the table and I can't wait to see the artwork he comes up with.

Publisher | Promoter | Partner

Here at Board Game Hub we're passionate about indie games. With the growth of crowdfunding sites such as Kickstarter, tabletop gaming has seen enormous success by some small publishers in getting their games to market while traditional methods of publication get ever more challenging. Board Game Hub is born out of a desire to provide a more level playing field for independent and small companies to be able to compete with vastly-bigger publishers.

Harvest Dice is a fast, fun dice game of dice drafting and veggie doodling.

Each round, players take turns rolling and selecting dice in order to plant veggies in their gardens or feed them to their pig. Keep an eye on the ever-changing market though. You want to make sure you have plenty of desirable vegetables come harvest time!

What did we think of it? Read on!

“Doctor Esker has vanished, leaving behind only a mysterious book full of puzzles written in his own hand. Are you up to the challenge? This box holds 73 cards with nine devious puzzles to solve. You can play them solo or together with family and friends. Great for a party, a game night, casual coffee table play, or a lazy afternoon.” Does this sound like something you might enjoy? Well, we put it to the test so carry on reading to find out more.