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A steampunk themed board game.  Utilize your airship to pick up goods at factories, and then deliver them to cities for money.
A steampunk themed board game. Utilize your airship to pick up goods at factories, and then deliver them to cities for money.
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Artwork Continues To Finish - More boards

All of the boards for the game have been finished.  Here is a sampling of 3 of them.  Enjoy!

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    1. Julia Gosztyla Ziobro
      Superbacker
      on

      Hey, it's been about a month... what's the news? We were just talking about KoA&S at our FLGS Friday night... we're not the only backers ready to have it NOW! :-)

    2. Chris Hansen on

      These look really nice, good job! =)

    3. Ben Friedberg on

      Looking very nice! Not to pick nits, but is it too late to adjust the kerning on the 'wn' pairing? On 'Bown Town' It looks a bit like 'Bow n Tow n'

    4. Scott Everts on

      Nice boards! I was at Orccon but missed the foam prototypes. But did get to have a nice chat with Seth so all was not a lost! :)

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      Brian McCarty on

      The cloth looks a lot less like toilet paper (now it is at least paper towels...). What is the grey resource? (pink looks to be a 55 gal drum of "something" = Pepto Bismol?)

    6. Michael Mindes 33-time creator on

      I am glad you like them.

      @Stephanie - it was great to meet you there!

    7. Roland Kuenzi on

      o_O This game just keeps getting better and better.

    8. Stephanie Bryant
      Superbacker
      on

      I LOVED seeing the foam prototypes at Orccon this weekend, and playtesting with you guys!

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      Troy D'Hondt on

      Awesome. Reminds me of Catan tiles but without the bad memories :)

    10. Jeremy Southard on

      Wow! These look fantastic! I especially like the way the hex lines were treated where they intersect the clouds and shadows vs the ground. Nice work!