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Planetary Annihilation brings RTS gameplay to a new generation of players in a way that's never been seen before.
Planetary Annihilation brings RTS gameplay to a new generation of players in a way that's never been seen before.
Planetary Annihilation brings RTS gameplay to a new generation of players in a way that's never been seen before.
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Kickstarter Rewards Fulfillment Update

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The Rewards Fulfillment Department has another update to its fulfillment progress chart. And, yeah, this one has some news: delivery estimates are now Winter.

So, what's up? The manufacturing run of Reaper Minis experienced time-ical difficulties. As a result, the rest of the physical rewards we’re sending are experiencing one, too. It’s important that you get everything, together, since rewards will be placed in nifty Commemorative game boxes.

In addition to this update, we wanted to share some new images of your rewards. Check these out:

USB Thumb Drives!

Commanders hold a lot of data in their heads. Literally.

Reaper Minis

Here’s some new shots of the plastic version of the Reaper Minis.

Statue

Ah, yes. The big one. This is the statue, standing tall on Michelle's desk.

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    1. Planetary Annihilation Inc 2-time creator on

      @Lebannehn - No dates yet. We're still waiting to receive product from one of the manufacturers. Once we have the info, we'll post it to let everyone know. :)

    2. Lebannehn on

      Any date updates?

    3. Joseph Pianta on

      nice to know you guys are maybe still working on it.

    4. Planetary Annihilation Inc 2-time creator on

      @Matthew - We are currently working with production houses outside of the US to get all items finished, but as of now we are waiting for them to get back to us. As soon as we have more detailed information, we'll make sure to post an announcement.

    5. Matthew Jackson on

      Are there any more updates on the rewards fulfillment?

    6. J.R. Raith on

      I love the design of the USB stick! I'm really glad I chipped in for one in the end. :D

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      Steven Mewett on

      @David I know its spring over here. If you had bothered to check my profile, you'd see that I'm currently in the same state as you. I was using the American term for Autumn (Fall), as it seemed appropriate at the time. As you should know, seasons are inverted between the southern and northern hemispheres, so June to August in America (Where Uber is located) is actually Summer, not Winter. So Winter being the estimate is correct, you just need to adjust for the difference in hemispheres.

    8. Brett James on

      I'm moving house now. Will you double check addresses before you send off?

    9. David Hancock on

      @Steven Well, in Australia we don't have 'fall', being September it's actually Spring here. We have four seasons, Summer, Winter, Autumn and Spring. No 'Fall'.
      Winter is June to August.

    10. Jedra7609
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      Korakys - at least you have seasons. Here in the UK, we just have one long season which is called 'Drizzle'.

      Marking the year out using Roman Gods and Latin Numbers? Are you mad? It will never catch on - far too complicated...

    11. Korakys on

      Yet another unthinking Northerner being casually insensitive to us Southern folk who must continually put up with the constant minor insult that is the insinuation that we don't exist or, if we do, that we are beneath notice. Contemptible. I can only feel pity for the poor Equitorialists who don't even have similar seasons, but only Rainy and Dry.

      Well we are tough; we can take it. It only makes us stronger and better at mental gymnastics. But in the spirit of interhemispheric co-operation it would be nice to read timings in a neutral manner - for once! I think we can all agree that a system based on Roman gods and Latin numbers would be better.

      One day you Northern Hemisphereans will kill each other with your ghastly nuclear weapons and then we of the South will know true nomenclature peace. Until that day every time I read a seasonal name on the internet and have to parse it into a time-period my brow will momentarily furrow as I perform a quick mental check to determine approximately where the author is likely to be living (to the nearest hemisphere). Long practised at this it usually only takes me mere milliseconds, but inevitably a tiny sigh escapes me - just another ignorant hemispherist.

      (signed) Korakys, Under-secretary for the New Zealand Chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Hemispheric Equality.

      PS: Penguins rule!

    12. Ber on

      Reporting in, one resident of Adelaide, AU who is aware of the reversed seasons in each hemisphere -_-

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      Steven Mewett on

      @Jarrah And David: Uber Entertainment is an American developer, not Australian. Its spring over here, but fall over there. Surely you realize this, yes?

    14. David Hancock on

      Yes, I think that was a typo, they meant Summer, since December is Summer.
      Otherwise we would be waiting until next June/Winter!

      But yeah, so excited!!

    15. Jarrah on

      Ummm... December is Summer?

    16. Akryum on

      It's plastic prototypes, imho.

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      Jonathan Persson on

      No paint on the commanders??

    18. Hostile Paradox on

      Judging by this delivery chart, I guess you could say.. Winter is coming...

    19. abaddon1 on

      Those commander USB drives look pretty amazing