Our preview post below was published on June 7.
Shelfie Stacker is a 1-4 player dice drafting game about arranging board games on your shelves. It is designed by Shem Phillips, and it will launch on Kickstarter on June 11.
The solo mode is a beat-your-own score with an AI that may prevent you from taking the dice you want. To start the game, you pull dice from a bag and place three of them in three different 'boxes' (so, nine dice available in total). You will be trying to make sets of the same colour and arrange the dice in your shelves in a way that satisfies the requirements of the scoring card.
In front of you, you will place your main shelf and the shelf of shame. You will also get a hand of 8 character cards, each of them with a special ability. On each turn, you will be picking one card for its initiative number, to determine whether you or the AI goes first. When it is your turn, you will choose one of the available groups of three dice, and place them in your shelf. Sixes are wild and can be turned into any number. For each die that you cannot put in your shelf and place in the shelf of shame, you are going to lose 2 points at the end of the game.