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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. Gabriel Chia on

      Instead of 4 dogs, make it 3 dogs and Pugsley

    2. James Smith on

      Max and Wolfie

      "What is your dogs name"
      "Max"
      "Hey Janelle, what's wrong with Wolfie"
      "Wolfie's fine dear"

      "Your foster parents are dead"

    3. Scott Summerton on

      There's been for Terminator directors, so Cam (Cameron), Moss (Mostow), Mac (McG) and Taylor (...Taylor)

    4. Freddy C. Dixon on

      Zeus
      Apollo
      Athena
      Artemis

    5. Jim McMahon
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      on

      Name them after the three main actors and director:
      Arnie
      Hamilton
      Beihn
      Cameron

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      Michał 'Kumo' Misztal on

      Oops, I did not scroll down enough to see Matthew Moore's comment.

    7. Zoltán Déry on

      @David "Glowing red eyes", the last three, nice. The first one? No. Just, no.

    8. Margareth S
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      on

      Yay very happy to see dogs made it in!

    9. Connan on

      Blade
      Lazer
      Blazer
      Tim

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      Michał 'Kumo' Misztal on

      Let'sname them after real "dogs of war":
      Judy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judy_(dog)
      Stubby https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergeant_Stubby
      Smoky https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smoky_(dog) (omg, just imagined yorkshire terrier fighting Terminators... sorry)
      Rags https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rags_(dog)

      Or Lex. Or Chips. Or... http://stories.barkpost.com/discover/the-bravest-military-dogs/

      Oh, and people here in Poland will most probably kill me if I don't ask for Szarik: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Czterej_pancerni_i_pies

    11. Darren Arquette on

      Gotta have - Wolfie,
      Arnie,
      Linda,
      Miles.

    12. David "(o)(o)(o)(o)(o)(o)” on

      Zoltan, Beast, Killer, Fang

      Sorry no history, but one is named after Dracula's dog.

    13. Chris S. aka Pepsiman
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      on

      Arnold, Robert, Sam, Matt

    14. AMC on

      What about K-900 ? A nice touch of humor from a resistant :P

    15. Matthew Moore
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      on

      Sorry all. Was using phone to post, and not sure why it posted that twice. Wasn't trying to push the issue; LOL!

      @Jason Did you mean "Tyrion?" Nice. Like Spot and Bolt too!!

      Not too keen on naming 'em after Cameron's dogs, no disrespect; unless he funds the project. He's made enough dough on the franchise. No need to immortalize the family dogs to boot. -IJS

    16. Matthew Moore
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      on

      Very nice! All of the following are of historical significance as "Working Dogs" or "Soldier Dogs." My father was an USAF K9. Knew about most of these dogs as a kid; others are newer K9 heroes:
      1) Sgt. Stubby, the "Audie Murphy" of war dogs, and the OG "Hoya" as well as inspiration for Georgetown U. mascot (US Army, saved regiment from surprise nerve gas attacks, held prisoner solely until troops arrived, (only dog) promoted to rank of Sgt. through combat actions, most decorated dog of all time, retired);
      2) Chips, German Shepard (US Marine, 30 Combat Missions, 12 Major Ops, KIA '66 during an ambush)
      3) Kaiser, Collie/G.Shep/Sib.Husky mix (US Army, took over 10 Italian soldiers captive and held until troops arrived, most decorated dog of WW2, retired)
      4) Nemo (USAF, killed 2 VC and wounded, then guarded unconscious handler until reinforcements came and a veterinarian removed him).

      Also, please consider these historic pooches:
      Cairo, Belgian Malinois (USN SEAL, Osama Mission);
      Philly (had a 50 Duetche Mark Bounty on her);
      Rags, (bombed, gased, blinded in WWI deliving vital messages to HQ; mascot of the Big Red 1);
      Sinbad, USCG (rank: K9C, Chief Dog, 11 yrs at sea plus WW2 War Dog service, only 1 of 2 animals to ever be granted non-Com status v. that of property (Sgt Stubby is other),
      Oogie, Black Lab (Iraq, MIA);
      Kandy, German Shepard (US Army, 91stMP, unknown status)
      Lex, German Shepard (USMC, Iraq, wounded & given Honorary Purple Heart when handler Cpl. Lee was KIA, 1st Active Duty Fully Fit pooch given early retirement, retired, passed away '12 in Starkville, MS);
      Chief (US Army, Vietnam Combat, unknown status)

    17. Jason Zapasnik
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      on

      Spot - because that his job right :)
      Tryion - Smaller then his opponents but still able to come out on top
      K9 the Doginator - the terminators have met their match
      Bolt - because what terminator can with stand a SUPER BARK!!!

    18. Matthew Moore
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      on

      Very nice! All of the following are of historical significance as "Working Dogs" or "Soldier Dogs." My father was an USAF K9. Knew about most of these dogs as a kid; others are newer K9 heroes:
      1) Sgt. Stubby, the "Audie Murphy" of war dogs, and the OG "Hoya" as well as inspiration for Georgetown U. mascot (US Army, saved regiment from surprise nerve gas attacks, held prisoner solely until troops arrived, (only dog) promoted to rank of Sgt. through combat actions, most decorated dog of all time, retired);
      2) Chips, German Shepard (US Marine, 30 Combat Missions, 12 Major Ops, KIA '66 during an ambush)
      3) Kaiser, Collie/G.Shep/Sib.Husky mix (US Army, took over 10 Italian soldiers captive and held until troops arrived, most decorated dog of WW2, retired)
      4) Nemo (USAF, killed 2 VC and wounded, then guarded unconscious handler until reinforcements came and a veterinarian removed him).

      Also, please consider these historic pooches:
      Cairo, Belgian Malinois (USN SEAL, Osama Mission);
      Philly (had a 50 Duetche Mark Bounty on her);
      Rags, (bombed, gased, blinded in WWI deliving vital messages to HQ; mascot of the Big Red 1);
      Sinbad, USCG (rank: K9C, Chief Dog, 11 yrs at sea plus WW2 War Dog service, only 1 of 2 animals to ever be granted non-Com status v. that of property (Sgt Stubby is other),
      Oogie, Black Lab (Iraq, MIA);
      Kandy, German Shepard (US Army, 91stMP, unknown status)
      Lex, German Shepard (USMC, Iraq, wounded & given Honorary Purple Heart when handler Cpl. Lee was KIA, 1st Active Duty Fully Fit pooch given early retirement, retired, passed away '12 in Starkville, MS);
      Chief (US Army, Vietnam Combat, unknown status)

    19. Dave "Apple Head" MacKenzie on

      I vote for Wolfie.
      Maybe sibling, Tiki, as well?
      From IMDb:
      "Wolfie, James Cameron's German Shepherd dog, can be seen at the Tiki Motel."

    20. Will Gibson Stops A Fireball on

      Names:

      Arnie
      Jim
      Cam
      and Wolfie