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Pacific Rim: Extinction

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An explosive game of Jaeger vs. Kaiju battles where you’ll fight with huge painted miniatures.

Pacific Rim: Extinction is a scenario-driven, tabletop miniatures strategy game of city-wide destruction and chaos of epic proportions, for two or more players. Join either the Pan Pacific Defence Corps or the invading Kaiju, and face off in a battle with the ultimate stake: extinction.

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DICEYMON - Roll the dice, summon monsters and battle

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DICEYMON is a strategic board game. A platform to play out your gaming skill, Beat down your opponent with impromptu combos.

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Flip & Find's Diner

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Flip & Find run a Diner that is in complete chaos. In this set-collection memory game, find the ingredients to fill order & make tips!

Flip and Find run a Diner that is in complete chaos. Orders are pouring in, and they can’t remember where they put their ingredients! In this memory game, players flip tiles to find the ingredients to complete orders. More difficult orders are worth more money, but if you can find a tip tile along with your ingredients, you can pocket some extra cash. Filling an order also gives you a one-time-use special ability, and the tougher the recipe, the better the reward.

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Rise of the Exiled: A Fantasy Throwing Card Game

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A unique game that combines adventure, fantasy and throwing cards. 2 to 12 players, 10-minute playtime.

Welcome to The Realm, a rich and storied land entrenched in turmoil. You are a warrior, equipped with powerful weapons and magics to aid your faction in the fight for control. But beware, your skill in this contest will not be determined by the roll of a die, but by the throw of a card.

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13 Bones: A Conquest of Captains

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13 Bones is an exciting race for the infamous "X" found on the great treasure maps... But Beware, You can't survive without Rum & Booty.

13 Bones is a new addition to classic gaming. We designed our game around the mechanics of wagering and gave it a Pirate theme; meanwhile, balancing the luck, strategy, and skill factors. Best of all, we wanted to give players the option to play with their favorite classic gaming tools, CARDS & DICE!

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Heresylab - Scifi Heresy Girls - Miniature Set

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Creating the finest 32mm resin war-gamin miniatures available. Our models make a great addition to your tabletop army or gaming system.

This project will begin with 10 figures and will expand to add more figures, add-ons, and freebies. If a picture is worth a thousand words than these images should speak for themselves.

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Wreck and Ruin!

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Battle for lost technology in a post apocalyptic world. Shoot, ram and wreck your way to victory - it's kill or be killed!

In Wreck and Ruin, 2-4 players take command of post-apocalyptic convoys of vehicles and use their various strengths and special skills to shoot, ram, and wreck their way to victory!

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Woo Pacific Rim HYPE. Thanks for the heads up here @dracs Meant I got in on an Early Bird KS for the first time ever.

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Iron Harvest a RTS computer game opened on kickstarter today. Looks interesting.


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