(PRWEB) September 20, 2013
In a recent blog post, Fun Games Blog highlights the new indie card game AMG! Ice Cream! and examines the importance of projects like AMG for keeping crowd sourcing communities working. According to the newly published article, AMG services the Kickstarter community by fulfilling a variety of needs that keep community members interested in contributing funds and keep other projects accountable for quality and commitment.
According to Fun Games Blog, AMG is attractive to contributors because it is clear before contributing that the concept is well developed and that contributed funds will go directly to execution of the finished product.
Alex Greene, an editor and contributor to Fun Games Blog, commented further on the role of games like AMG. "It's really easy to get people excited about something that is simply too good to be true," said Greene, "A project like AMG services the crowd funding and gaming communities because you can tell immediately that you're not dealing with vaporware."
Editors of Fun Games Blog stated that they expect AMG to gain in popularity because of its general appeal to a wide audience. According to Fun Games Blog, AMG Ice Cream is playable by any number of people and the duration of the game can be extended or shortened to fit in with any circumstance. The cute artwork and family friendly theme, along with the simple rules, make the game accessible to players of any age, but the interesting game mechanics keep the game fun for even advanced gamers.
"This is the sort of game that we can really get behind," said Alex Greene, "Game designers that take the time to put their imagination and creativity in to a project that brings people together are the ones who really understand what games are about. We are very happy to encourage our readers to go out and get their own AMG deck to play with their friends and family, because we know that they'll have the kind of good time that build real bonds, and that is what we are about."
AMG Ice Cream recently met it's fund raising goal on Kickstarter. The games rules are currently available for download and physical decks are expected to be available in the near future.
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