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A two-player cooperative board game about discovery, survival, and the crushing loneliness of being the only two humans for lightyears.
A two-player cooperative board game about discovery, survival, and the crushing loneliness of being the only two humans for lightyears.
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Insectivores, Streams, and the Halfway Push

Posted by Cherry Picked Games (Creator)
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Greetings Explorers,

The treacherous journey through Kickstarter space is half over. The Federation would like to remind backers that safe passage is not guaranteed. Rallying additional funding resources will keep the deflector shields powered and prevent us from (prematurely) crashing. Take pride in your contributions and keep sharing Far Away with your friends.

The heads of state held a press conference yesterday and took questions from the space media. You can view the recording here.

They also designed and drew a cute new creature. It's a lovely insectivore you can expect to encounter in your travels.

It doesn't have a scientific name yet. Please toss your ideas in the comments. We'll pick the best one and reward the brave scientist with Cherry Picked swag.

Thank you so much for your continued support. You are pioneering the discovery of new frontiers. We'll honor you in a manner befitting benefactors of a government bureaucracy: with your name in a small font at the back of a training manual.

-- Alex Jerabek, Federation Alliance Director of PR

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    1. Missing avatar

      Graeme on

      Phasmifolium Incisor

      First part coming from Phasmida (like stick bugs and leaf bugs, because I think this animal looks like it is trying to imitate a plant), folium latin for leaf. Second word because it seems like you like two-word names ;). In (insect) and cisor from the latin word occisor (killer).

    2. Thumos Games on

      Love it. Frond roach