It's funny in a whyidonthavemoneyforthisdamn way, but right now there are 2 ks about boardgames related to books.
First, Evil Hat's Dresden Files Cooperative card Game
. I've tried the pnp a few times and it's really fun. Games lasts for about half an hour, and it's really not easy to beat.
Also, it's really interesting what they are doing with the shipping costs. They are leaving them outside the campaign, using backerkit to manage it later, on a closer date to release, so the Ks it's not in danger of being affected negatively by increasing shipping costs. Also, after a few SG related to improve the art and produce the 3 pre-planned expansions, they have proposed a 10-tier sg list, with each tier accomplished turning into a 1$ discount on shipping when the game is sent, up to 10$, which if accomplished will mean that the shipping costs in america will be free for all backers, (and a great discount for international backers as well)
I'm really curious about how this will turn out.
Second, [ur=https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cheapassgames/tak-a-beautiful-gamel]Tak, a beautiful game [/url]from the pages of Wise man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss. This is a more abstract kind of game, in the style of classic games like chess and go and the like. I don't know much about this, but from what I've skimmed on the campaign page at least it looks interesting.
Between this ones and the Mistborn House of War announced for May, i really need to save some money... quick...