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A strategic 2-5 players card game of clever tactics & critical consequences, set in a world of spies, sabotage, secrecy and subterfuge.
A strategic 2-5 players card game of clever tactics & critical consequences, set in a world of spies, sabotage, secrecy and subterfuge.
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A Mini Update about some Mini Stretch Goals

Posted by Saar Shai (Creator)
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Dear Backers,

I hope to have a mammoth update in the next couple of days featuring some....well, shall we say....some cool stuff.

But in the meantime, I know how you like a challenge (and a stretch goal), so I'm adding a few mini SGs for your pleasure and enjoyment.

This is something that I've received many pleas, bribes and frankly a fair bit of blackmail over. (And I wouldn't have it any other way.)

That's right - I'm setting mini stretch goals for ALL 3 expansions as part of the full color PnP to be sent out as soon as the campaign ends.

And I also thought you might like to see Danny's drafts, hot of the press, for Mission: Critical.

Until the next time,

Saar.

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    1. Brandon Surowiec on

      @Joe just keep yourself at the $50 Secret Santa tier and up your pledge to $60 to get the third expansion for both you and your friend. That is what Saar directed us to do in one of his previous updates, I hope that helps!

    2. Ams on

      @Joe- worst case senario you can make a second account to get 2 of the $33 levels. (People do it all the time)

    3. Joe on

      Can you create a pledge to get 2 full sets of the game, your current $50 one only gives you 2 of the expansions not 3, or is there a way to pledge more then once to get 2 of the $33 pledges.

    4. Ams on

      Or, if I would like the PnP expansions as well, but do not want to pay shipping/customs, would I have to pledge $15 at the $1 level? (the reason why I was asking for a $10 PnP level is because I assume shipping was included in the price for the $15 US backers, and I was removing it from digital backer prices)

    5. Ams on

      Could there be a $10 PnP pledge level, for the full color PnP+ all other stretchgoal PnP? (created after $90K is hit)? That way international backers don't have to pay $20....

    6. Saar Shai 3-time creator on

      @Ams - sorry. To clarify better, $1 backers get the full color base-set PnP and all other backers will get the PnPs for the expansions as well, if we hit the mini stretch goals.

    7. Saar Shai 3-time creator on

      @Ams - for ALL backers of $15 or more.

    8. ✩Don E✩
      Superbacker
      on

      Meh.....

    9. Ams on

      So.... is this full colour PnP for ALL backers, or just backers at a certain level? (I'm new/haven't been keeping up with all the updates, comments, etc)

    10. James Bass
      Superbacker
      on

      @Shawn take a look at what I was able to do with the PNP files.

      http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1006529/print-and-play-experience

      I printed on Matte Photo Paper, laminated, cut out and then rounded the corners.

      While not as nice as "real cards" these shuffle decent and play great.

    11. Salvador Bernadó Sala
      Superbacker
      on

      For me, even if I'm not printing the cards, having them on PDF files is very useful as reference.
      So, looking forward to reach those numbers.

    12. Salvador Bernadó Sala
      Superbacker
      on

      If you print them on normal paper, you can sleeve the cut cards together with any spare card you have at home.
      That way, you have all the strength of cards and you can play with them.
      It's not the best but if you don't have the game or you'll still waiting for it, it's a good way to show it to your friends.

    13. Christopher Field on

      I have a stock of Magic: The Gathering cards and a $7 dollar pack of 100 card sleeves from Newbury Comics. Then I go to Staples, pick them out on card stock (<$2). Maybe an hour of cutting and sleeving later (The Magic cards are used as backs in the sleeves, under the card stock).

      It actually looks pretty nice and professional if you take your time on the cutting.

    14. James Starke on

      @Shawn Go down to Staples or something and have them print it off on cardstock. It's pretty cheap, and you can cut them out and play 'em.

    15. Shawn Patrick Green on

      (Not meant as a knock, I'm genuinely curious. I love the idea of releasing PnP, since I'm all about open-source/no copyright and trusting the fans.)

    16. Shawn Patrick Green on

      "Dumb" question: How does PnP even work? I mean, I assume printing out on normal 8.5"X11" paper and cutting them out would look, feel, and play bleeeeeeh. So what are we supposed to do with PnP, realistically?