I've had an eye on Godslayer for a while now, and have been following the Kickstarter with interest.
Putting a fantasy twist on myth, and turning legend into a skirmish game, Godslayer certainly has a lot going for it.With six factions, split into 3 sub-factions apiece, there will be plenty of choice once the model selection fills out.
The Kickstarter has almost reached its goal, and with 11 days to go, should exceed it nicely.
The pledge levels are nicely scaled, with a cheap intro set starting at £20, with full starter sets at £30, and variations on the units and characters included at higher levels. With the option to pledge for more than one reward it means you can tailor your pledge to what you want to get within reason.
Take a look around Megalith Games' site to get more background on the game.
Rather than drown you in pictures, here's a size comparison, which gives a nice idea of the range of models, and how much metal you're getting for your money.
You can also get a flavour of the background, with this sample of the background book.
For those of you who want a bit of an independent testimony:
Wee Gamers have a nice 30 chat up, rhapsodising about the game.
The Shell Case reviews the Mortan starter box and talks about the rules, and now have a second, deeper review up here.