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Exciting, card-driven, hex-and-counter board game simulating combat in Vietnam, from award-winning designer Mark H. Walker.
Exciting, card-driven, hex-and-counter board game simulating combat in Vietnam, from award-winning designer Mark H. Walker.
Exciting, card-driven, hex-and-counter board game simulating combat in Vietnam, from award-winning designer Mark H. Walker.
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Stretch Goals Lowered!

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Hi Everyone,

I’m getting a blizzard of emails about… 1. The solitaire version, and 2. Stretch goal pricing. So rather than attempt to row this campaign upstream, I’m announcing drastically reduced and re-ordered stretch goals. Here they are (check the bottom of the campaign page for details):

  • Marine Corps Stretch Goal. $18,500. A full sheet of Marine Corps counters and scenarios to use them in. 
  • Solitaire Expansion Stretch Goal. $21,000. A solitaire version of ’65 includes additional counters, six scenarios, and a unique solitaire playing card deck.
  • ANZAC Stretch Goal. $27,000. A full sheet of Australian and New Zealand counters (1 sheet total) and scenarios to use them in. 
  •  22” x 34” Mounted City Terrain Board Stretch Goal. $35,000.

And we have a ton of advertising coming down the BGG pike. Help us spread the word. Share this post on Facebook, Twitter, at Boardgame Geek. Wherever.

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    1. Laurent V on December 1, 2015

      Many thanks for this !!

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      Barry Kendall on December 1, 2015

      Mark, thanks for making these adjustments. I think this title is very exciting and hope it can include as many scenario and play options as possible.

      With more than two weeks to go, these goals should be attainable. Trying to spread the word in my quiet little corner of the universe.

      In the event that the urban board doesn't make it this time, I'd encourage a second volume with RVN forces and, perhaps, the 1950s French!