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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.
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    1. Scottie Mick on

      @Goodsound: you saw that there's a gigantic miniature in there too, right?

    2. Space Goat Productions, Inc. 4-time creator on

      @Chris, The mainframe is currently in development. We hope to be able to show it off as soon as we can!
      @Daan, Andrew is exactly right, thanks Andrew!

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      Andrew David Scott on

      @Daan. Click on manage pledge and increase the total to include any add-ons you want. After the campaign you will be asked what you want.

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      Daan Nijman on

      How can you get optional buys. When i watch the video it doesn't clear anything up.
      I don't have any sound right know.

    5. Gabriele De Florio on

      I prefer an expansion that can add more players, 6-7 or even 8.

      Just my two cent ;-)

    6. Goodsound on

      20$ for 26 cards that enhance gameplay is a bit steep. Yes most of the cost will go towards the mainframe model and that's the problem of this expansion. You'd better offer the cards as stretch goals and non mandarory 3-D scenery stuff as an add-on.

    7. Cleanse FoldManipulate on

      Let's talk expansions! Personally, at the moment to me they suck. Maybe a great move business wise as there is a captive audience, more money but I'm not sure it shows long term support to a game. It's a bit like blush bash bosh let's get this out and forget about it. Plus with other extras, 3 or 4 expansions you could be spending 200+ dollars, unknown shipping costs, import taxes if outside US making the cost of this game in the premium bracket Without even knowing if it's worth the premium cost. Concentration should be on getting a good quality core game and maybe a leaflet in the game for discounted future release expansions.

    8. Chris Cahill-Dutiel on

      Will we get to see what mainframe looks like?