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Neta-Tanka is a competitive strategy game with subtle and clever twists offering a refreshing worker placement game.
Neta-Tanka is a competitive strategy game with subtle and clever twists offering a refreshing worker placement game.
5,584 backers pledged €333,628 to help bring this project to life.
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      Daniel Suárez on

      I’m sorry, i didn’t forgot :)

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      Daniel Suárez on

      Hi, I’m very sorry, but i missed the pledge-manager, what do I do now?

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      Adam Nettleton
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      Yeah. I assumed it was fictional and borrowed from many peoples so as to not offend anyone. But with the overall mission to be very positive of helping people and contributing to society i feel like it's pretty positive.

    4. Moritz on

      *not to forget about the handiwork drums, which resemble Djembes or the like from West Africa.
      All in all, I think, we can agree that it's mostly a work of fiction and so is the tribe depicted. :)

    5. Moritz on

      @Adam Nettleton / Chris Rockett: as far as I remember, they specified that the design was explicitly influenced by Native Peoples of Asia as well as America, as to avoid affronting by insufficient researching of this sensible topic.
      E.g. the Totem Poles of the Northwest Coast tribes (particularly Haida, if I recall that right) that you erect, the Teepees of the Plains tribes (like Lakota and Sioux) that you build, the Tibetan Bön buddhist prayer flags and the Mayan-like feather crown on the cover art...
      I think, a deity who vaguely resembles one from Hinduism - like Ganesha with additional arms and a bison head instead - fits quite nicely into this ensemble.

    6. perrichot on

      Je trouve cette disposition dommage, ça laisse un gros vide à gauche de l'extension. A mon sens, c'est pas cohérent de le mettre ici. Mise à part ça, merci pour l'update, ça fait plaisir.
      Bon courage pour la suite.

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      Adam Nettleton
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      @Chris. I believe the game is more derived from native cultures in the himalayas which would track more with some eastern influences. I believe I read the creators talking about sort of the origin location of the game.

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      Maxime Maurer on

      Can’t sait to play it! (Wasn’t able to test it @ PEL)

    9. Colm Doyle
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      Very nice!

    10. Chris Rockett
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      I'm not a fan of the artwork for the expansion, it doesn't seem to be consistent with the theme. The rest of the game has all this Native American symbolism and the mountain expansion has this strange 10 armed bison figure that seems more hindu than nomad tribe. But, I'm still looking forward to the game.

    11. Bree (blakwngbrd)
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      This expansion looks great! I'm really looking forward to playing this game - even more so now. Thank you for the update!

    12. elDamahj
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      I'm continually impressed by the design of this game. Thanks for the revealing update!

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      Quintard on

      Très beau dessin. Par contre dommage que ce plateau additionnel ne vienne pas se mettre comme un « puzzle » à la manière d agricola nouvelle version.