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An asymmetrical strategy game played across two boards based off of the iconic 1984 James Cameron film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
An asymmetrical strategy game played across two boards based off of the iconic 1984 James Cameron film starring Arnold Schwarzenegger.
2,126 backers pledged $220,456 to help bring this project to life.
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    1. Taylor Smith on

      Yes, the stills are in addition to the regular art! You'll still get the totally normal cards. The film cards are just special extras for being part of this experience.

    2. James Smith on

      Character suggestion; Franco Columbu played a T-800 infiltrator during the scene where Kyle loses his photo of Sarah. Perhaps he was a 'model 102' or something. His big plasma gun looked quite menacing! I think he'd make a great miniature.

    3. Vault-Tec-Harry on

      Great Update. I am Happy about Stretchgoal 160K. I like T-500. He looks fantastic.

    4. Matthew "Apple Head" Rea on

      Great update, love the new and reorganized goals! Did my part on the social sites :-)

    5. Josh Worley
      Superbacker
      on

      In general I prefer really good commissioned art based on actual stills - something like Star Wars Rebellion. If the alternative is really terrible commissioned art, such as that found in Legendary Firefly, I would GREATLY prefer actual stills from the movies.

    6. Mauii
      Superbacker
      on

      Man, stills are the worst!

      This is in addition right? Not instead of a piece of art?

    7. Judgement Dave
      Superbacker
      on

      I do like the "I'll be backed" pun :)

    8. Paul Lenkic
      Superbacker
      on

      @Just R - Copy & pasting screenshots are not what I mean.

    9. Just R on

      And i am the oppostite of Paul Lenkic. I hate just copy+paste screenshot on cards !
      Would rather have proper art then just PrtScn from the movies.

    10. Paul Lenkic
      Superbacker
      on

      I have to say that with licenced products, I nearly always prefer the photo images from the source, rather than art. Decipher's Star Wars CCG was the Gold Standard for that.