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Breach the airlock, plunder the ship & survive! A Semi-Cooperative Space Pirate Dungeon Crawl for 1-4 players aged 14+
Breach the airlock, plunder the ship & survive! A Semi-Cooperative Space Pirate Dungeon Crawl for 1-4 players aged 14+
426 backers pledged CA$ 33,867 to help bring this project to life.

Track Yer Booty Mateys!

Posted by I Will Never Grow Up Gaming (Creator)
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Track Yer Booty in Real Time!

We have ship names and tracking information for Into the Black: Boarding Party!

With the estimated time of arrival of each ship we're currently looking at an on time delivery. Of course that assumes nothing gets held up at customs but we have faith that our partners over at OTX Logistics will keep things moving smoothly!

  • Canada/US Backers are on the CSCL BOHAI SEA en route to I Will Never Grow Up Games in Toronto.
  • UK/EU/RoW Backers are on the  CMA CGM ZHENG HE en route to Spiral Galaxy Games in the UK.
  • North American Retail backers (and distribution copies) are on the YM UNIFORMITY en route to Hit Point Sales in the US.

You can click on the ship names above to see the ships status and go check out a live map as well. Pretty interesting stuff if you ask me!

Happy days!

James J Campbell

I Will Never Grow Up Games

Designer, Into the Black: Boarding Party

ekster, Steven Crane, and 9 more people like this update.

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    1. I Will Never Grow Up Gaming 3-time creator 6 days ago

      Current ETA's to final destinations are :

      Toronto, Canada - January 31,
      UK - February 10 and
      USA - February 8.

      Then it all needs to get sorted, packed and shipped out to backers from those destinations.

    2. Dyne1319
      Superbacker
      6 days ago

      wooo

    3. Le Chad 7 days ago

      Nice update tkx

    4. ekster
      Superbacker
      7 days ago

      With the Canadian ship already on it's way, I can't wait to it's finally here!

    5. Freddy
      Superbacker
      7 days ago

      Indeed, vesselfinder works just fine for me. And yeah, I already noticed that the EU one wasn't heading to the UK yet. And I assume you will let us know once you have estimated arrival dates for their respective destination ports?

    6. I Will Never Grow Up Gaming 3-time creator 7 days ago

      @Freddy - I assume you can use vesselfinder as well. Marinetraffic links were provided to us by OTX so that's what we shared. :)

      Quick correction - Bohai Sea is en route to Canada. The other two are en route to either pick up at Shanghai or pick up additional cargo from South Korea before heading to their final destination(s). Nitpicky, sure, but more accurate. ;)

    7. Freddy
      Superbacker
      7 days ago

      Nice! Thank you. Though I personally prefer vesselfinder.com to marinetraffic.com... the latter site is extremely slow for me.