Queen Games will release the board game Orcs, Orcs, Orcs in December.
The game is designed by Frank Thyben, and combines the mechanics of deck building and tower defense as players battle the orcs and each other in the annual Orc Squash Tournament.  Players are mages, each defending a tower in the middle of a battlefield, using their magic to deflect the hordes of orcs charging the towers.  There are three different categories of orcs with different strength and special abilities that are conveyed to a player when an orc is defeated.
The game is for 2-4 players, ages 13 and up (due to an orc making a rude gesture in the art) and has an MSRP of $69.99.
The game was funded via a Kickstarter campaign in September which raised $59,861 from 724 backers ($82.68/backer average), well over the $10,000 goal.  The Kickstarter also featured an expansion for the game, Expansion: Reinforcements which includes new fate cards, terrains, creatures and more.   Release information on the expansion has not been released.