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[Kickstarter] Ironclads: Space Battles in the Victorian Aether due 2019

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    actionmackie
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    Update from TAG Talks Dec 2018

    “Ironclads: Space Battles in the Victorian Aether

    We’ve been talking about this project in our newsletters for a good couple of years. We’ve taken the time to develop this game and we are super proud of the results. It’s not quite finished yet, but 2019 will see its premier as a Kickstarter campaign later in the year. The core game features three factions – British, German, and USA.

    Each faction has four ship models that can be 3D printed – that’s 12 unique ship designs for players to build for their fleets! The game comes with a core rules book featuring all new rules for space battles in a Victorian period and a Fleet Manual for each faction. All this plus weapons and defences, asteroids, and all the tokens needed to play the game! Look for Ironclads in 2019!”

     

    http://www.ironclads.tripleacegames.com/

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    2nddynasty
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    Kinda like steam punk spelljammer. Cool.

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    actionmackie
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    Forgot to say there is a Facebook group set up

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/427910334259256/

     

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    torros
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    The 3D print thing means this is a no.But it looks interesting

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    actionmackie
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    That was something that gave me pause for thought too, no 3D printer and no experience with them.

    They have done a few limited runs of resin sets for conventions and expos so hopefully some scope for models going into production.

     

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