Miss the Kickstarter? We’ve got you covered! You can still pre-order the game below. (FAQ here)
Cheaper than MSRP / the sticker price… for now! (But more than the KS prices once shipping is added. Gotta value our backers!)


From the creators of Osmos comes Karmaka, a competitive card game that plays out over multiple “lives”.


Players begin the game as lowly Dung Beetles. In life after life (hand after hand) they work their way up the Karmic Ladder, racing to see who will achieve Transcendence first!

Score points to ascend while sowing the seeds of your next life, and – if necessary – sabotage your rivals. But remember, what goes around comes around, and your actions have consequences in this life… and the next.


Print and Play


Karmaka now has a print-and-play! Visit this page to check it out.

Karmaka is ready to play, and has been “blind” play-tested many times, and at several conventions.
Karmaka has even won some awards already!
We just finished a successful Kickstarter campaign (Over 1100% funded! Woooo!), and will deliver a first run of the game in the Autumn. We also plan to release a digital version (details to come), though for now our priority is on delivering the tabletop version.

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  • The Team:


    Eddy Boxerman was lead designer and developer on Osmos. He is doing physics programming on Scale. He also worked at Ubisoft Montreal on the Splinter Cell franchise.


    Dave Burke was co-conspirator on Osmos. He is a consultant on Mental Canvas. He was also an Unreal Engine developer at Epic Games and worked on the Gears of War and Unreal Tournament franchises.


    Marco Bucci is a freelance illustrator with a wide range of experience, including work on the Monkey Island, Frozen and Star Wars franchises, and such clients as Walt Disney, LEGO, LucasArts, and Mattel.

    Marco is illustrating Karmaka. Dave and Eddy are doing everything else (design, dev, bizz, mopping floors…)