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A fast-paced strategic deck-building card game featuring deadly snails and developed with the American Museum of Natural History.
A fast-paced strategic deck-building card game featuring deadly snails and developed with the American Museum of Natural History.
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      Carlos on

      Hey I totally lost the instruction pamphlet from my box. Is there a pdf I could download and print?

    2. Dennis Naizdobols
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      on

      Hey, My game arrived today and the box is damaged... I was wondering if you could pm me to talk about it. Thanks.

    3. L Warble
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      on

      Yay! Got my Killer Snails today!! Kids are quite anxious to try it out...(so am I!)

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      Charles S Mote Jr
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      on

      Received! Thanks for such a great campaign!

    5. Michael DeMao on

      Just got my game. The sticker is on my computer. The cone snail shell is large red and terrifying, yet inspires hope. I can't wait to play. It will be accompanying me and wife when we go to the beach soon, so we can really get into the snail mindset.

    6. Blando
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      on

      Got my game in the mail today! Havn't had a chance to open up the game and try it out yet, but looking forward to doing so.

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      Dave Bakker on

      Woohoo! Congrats on breaking $25K!!
      You're awesome!

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      Charles S Mote Jr
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      on

      Great stretch goal!

    9. Jon Joy on

      I'm backing this to give to my 12 year old daughter. We love playing games together and she wants to be a marine biologist. It's a perfect fit.

    10. Naomiooooo on

      Great to see the funding goal will soon be met. There will still be time to stretch :)

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      Annie barch on

      Had the chance to play this last night at an event at the American Museum of Natural History. Was pleasantly surprised at how quickly we were able to pick up the game play and got so hooked that we ended up taking home our very own game. Congrats on a success!

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      Charles S Mote Jr
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      Amazing idea - it's exactly this kind of shared learning experience based on our real world which we need so much more of. I am going to suggest to the creator of Scuba, Martin Looij that he promote this to his backers and anyone who likes this should check out Scuba at BGG and here on Kickstarter. These two projects would make a great combo marine-science game night.