For two years, after clocking out at work — Travis from his digital marketing job and Holly from teaching — the Hancocks tinkered with their prototype game....Now they've notched three successful board game Kickstarter campaigns.
I'll be a lifetime backer of your games! We are currently constructing a game closet with a secret bookshelf door, and since your games resemble books, they are ideal to place on the bookshelf to add to the secret door fun! Anyways, I just wanted to thank you guys for making such high quality, fun games that look great and play great!
My husband has marooned me, penniless, on an island in the middle of the Caribbean. I use the only tools I have—cannons and pure cunning—to maneuver my way onto a boat and, eventually, to wrestle back my treasure.
I have several friends who hate social deduction, or strategy, or just talking, but they always say your games are the best of the lot. Somehow managing to combine a bunch of different elements and weave it with a theme that gets reminded whenever we're counting down from 20 seconds in the opening to Salem, in sync, like a seance, haha. Thanks for giving us new friends in our group that came back to play your games.
Your games are innovative, intelligent, and each unique in quality. We were lucky that friends introduced us to Salem and Tortuga and happy to get in on backing Deadwood. Can’t wait to see what is next in store and can’t wait to keep playing your games. And backing new ones!
I have to say I love Facade Games. The style of the Game box is very imaginative and cool. It looks like a book. The game play for the two games I own Salem and Tortuga is very fun. Check them out. The game and the storage box are in the picture. Great story behind the company too.
I love the antique book that your games come in, too, and the historical flavor you've put in the rulebook is awesome. Great quality components, top-notch artwork, and incredible overall presentation. Just a fabulous effort all around!
Who doesn't dream of being the Captain of the Flying Dutchman or Jolly Roger? More, who doesn't dream of leading a mutiny and marooning a captain on a deserted island? We always have fun with this game, and it's a great one to add a little more depth and complexity if you're a fan of social deduction games. You can play with all ages, something we appreciate with all the kids in our lives, but it isn't so tame or childish that it doesn't appeal to the big kids.