What is Thrive?

Thrive is a board game where you play as one of two lotus flowers, competing to control the pond. Be the first to capture all but one of your opponent’s seed pods and win this game of tactical decision making!

  • 2-players
  • 25 minutes
  • Ages 8+

Design by Martin Grider, Illustration by Shirley Gong.

Brought to life by 673 awesome Kickstarter backers.

Now Available on Tabletop Simulator

Print and play contest has ended on January 31st.  #PlayThrive || #Thrivegame

Results will be published by February 3rd and winners will be contacted.  It was amazing to see so many people print out the game.

7 thoughts on “Thrive”

  1. Hi, Adam, just a heads-up in case you weren’t aware, as you launch your Kickstarter for Thrive…it would probably be hugely beneficial to get your game featured on Tabletop Simulator’s spotlight during at least the first few days of the campaign. It could actually be incredibly easy to accomplish this; basically, all you might have to do is ask politely.

    Why do I say that? Well, I’ve been developing a board game (see the blog listed below) and I built a TTS version of it, but I had some questions and reservations about actually making it available on the workshop, so I contacted one of the TTS devs through Steam. During the course of our discussion, she offered to feature it upon request if I put it up on the workshop. So, they must not have an overwhelming number of featuring requests and/or are really nice people to work with.

  2. This is fantastic advice. Reaching out now. Let me know if you want a playtester at some point for your project ;)!

  3. I just heard your interview on the Cardboard Herald which got me to look you up, download your podcast (which I’m excited to start listening to) and look into Thrive, which I’m pretty sure I’ll be backing 🙂 I like everything I’ve seen and heard so far. I hope you guys are super successful with it!!

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