by Fred Hicks / Evil Hat Productions
Matthew and others - If you have a piece that's damaged enough to need replacement, please email us at feedback AT evilhat DOT com with photos of the damaged pieces so we can confirm & document the damage and know which ones to replace.
We've raised the issue with the manufacturer, who will credit our account for defective stuff, so don't fret about whether or not to report in. If you want a piece replaced, tell us!
Tim - That's more a typo in the Dinocalypse rules than a misprint on the pieces -- shouldn't affect playability at any rate. :)
Got mine a few hours ago. There was some tearing but it was was fairly minor.
There seems to be a misprint on the Dinocalypse pieces, though. Instead of 5 Lundy Island flags and 5 extra stamps, I have 10 Lundy Island flags. All the location cards are different, so it's not an entire duplicate board, just Lundy Island flags where according to the rules there should be stamps.
No crippling problems, though, and I'm looking forward to unleashing this on my board game group on Tuesday! Thanks Fred, the rest of the Evil Hat team and everyone else who backed!
I have to echo what Robert said about pieces tearing when punching them out. I tried to be as careful as possible, and I still had trouble. I particularly had trouble on the location cards. I eventually fetched an X-acto knife to help out, but I didn't think that should be necessary. If we rip pieces in the process of punching them out, is there possibly some sort of part replacement program?
We haven't made a decision about Zeppelin Armada's selling/funding strategy yet. Thanks for your interest!
Just got mine and I'll be forcing my wife to play it with me tonight...haha! I'm amazed by the quality of the game, everything in the box is top notch! Can't wait to see when the Zeppelin Armada card game will be available, will this be a Kickstarter as well? If so, this will be a for sure backed project for me just from the experience I had with this project. Thanks Fred!
Know those people who film themselves opening their new iPhone or iPad or other tech toy, expressing a near rapturous joy about the experience? When it comes to a new board game, that's me. Minus the camera. Especially if there are pieces to punch out, it's fun to wonder what they're all for.
I'd like to give you kudos for two things that are very simple, but still too few games miss. (1) Giving us bags for the pieces, awesome for someone as anal retentive as I. (2) There's enough room in the box for the expansion.
Haven't played yet, but I'm already having fun with the game. Back to punching out Hollow Earth pieces.
Sigh. I'm glad the games are in the mail, and I'd love to break mine out and play it when it arrives. Unforch, I have Kickstarter projects sent to my family's address in the USA. I live in Japan and just got back here 4 days ago. Won't see *my* game until March 2014 now. I live and learn.
Thank YOU for making this an amazing, fun and relatively quick process. My copy isn't here yet (due in on Thursday), but you folks have been Johnny on the spot with getting the extras out and keeping us super well informed, so again, thank you for a marvelous Kickstarter and superb Evil Hat experience. You guys rock!
Cool! This will be my first Kickstarter product (still waiting on 3 others). Guess I should check my e-mail.
Mine just got delivered. While punching out the pieces I've noticed some aren't cut as well as others and tear a bit as they come out.
Update: It's here! Woot! First physical reward I've gotten from a Kickstarter project this year. One less to wait on.
Congrats! I got my email, and I'll be lurking at the mailbox!
Where are you located, Marc?
Great news.. I suspected that the cryptic My UPS warning several days ago was RtA! Very nice. Est Delivery Date Thursday!
27 kinds of hell yeah!
Yup, folks within quick UPS distance from Ft. Wayne Indiana are likely to see theirs pretty damn soon indeed.
According to the tracking number included in my email, I should get my copy by the end of the *day*! Thanks, Evil Hat!