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Matter swirls around a newborn star, colliding to create a unique solar system, and a beautiful board game experience.
Matter swirls around a newborn star, colliding to create a unique solar system, and a beautiful board game experience.
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    1. Game Salute 87-time creator on

      @Ricardo This is Dann, can't say for sure, but I think Cody was saying at the end of the update that he will make those digital proofs available to backers when they arrive.

      @Vincent Fromont, sure we can have those posted online soon. We are in the process of rebuilding our website now, so when that goes up in a month or so, the rules will be on that. We are also in the process of having Spanish rules translated. We'll post an update when that all goes live.

    2. Ricardo Walther

      Do you need the proof-stuff any longer? ��

    3. Vincent Fromont on

      Hi from France !
      Do you think it will be possible to read the french rules before the release ?
      All the best

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      Colby on

      I love the work and progress you guys are making. Keep it up and I'm eagerly excited about playing this board game in person.

    5. Game Salute 87-time creator on

      @Daniel - the "tongue" is pretty sturdy - I can't imagine it coming close to breaking through normal use. If you want to be extra safe, take them out of the stands when storing the game, but I think you'd have to really work at it to get it to significantly bend or break.

      We're providing flat planets in addition to the standing ones, so no worries there.

      It's hard to show in pictures, but the groove that holds the "tongue" in place holds it pretty snug. Not too tight to where it could bend or break easily, but firm enough where it won't come out during gameplay.

      A few more shots of the base:

    6. Daniel • Board Game Circus

      These are nice photos. One thing I noticed when I looked at the planet stand: it seems like the circular planet got a "tongue" for sticking it in the socket. I can see this breaking pretty easily. I would rather prefer to have a circular planet put in the socket, even if that covers part of the planet illustration. Having no tongue would also allow us to play flat.
      All the best
      — Daniel

    7. Robert Ilott on

      This is a great update! Really interesting how all this stuff goes ahead into production.

    8. Chris Watts

      Wow - this looks great.

    9. Thomas Stearns on

      Wow! Looks great. Rivaling Scythe for beauty of components and my anticipation of it being published. So far so great....

    10. Game Salute 87-time creator on

      @Ron Yes, still on track for March 2017 release.

    11. Ron D. on

      Looks good! Does this mean you're on track for the delivery estimate?

    12. Kevin Gray on

      This might end up being one of the most beautiful things I own, board game or otherwise. Kudos!

    13. MigF

      this is a much much better update! Thanks

    14. Jerome Mireault on

      Can’t wait to get my hands on this!