Stronghold Games Relaunches Kickstarter

Ok, they relaunch *their* Kickstarter…

After all of the brouhaha three weeks ago (has it really been that long?), Stronghold Games is back on Kickstarter with Aftershock: San Francisco and Venice.

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They’ve retooled the campaign along with adding the subtitle to the name to differentiate it from other games with similar names.

Here are a list of the changes:

  • We are launching with the Venice components included, which allow for more dynamic and interactive games at lower player counts
  • We are also including the previously optional District 6 expansion with every pledge
  • No deluxe components, which lowers weight, shipping & production costs
  • Updated name to help differentiate from other games with similar titles

With all of the kerfuffle with the original launch, I never really told you about the game.

What is it?

To quote the Kickstarter page:

“Aftershock: San Francisco and Venice is an area control and resource management game for 2-5 players that plays in 60 minutes. The player with the most points at the end of the game wins!”

Given Stronghold Games’ reaction to the whole situation last time, I’m happy to pass the word on about this.

Good luck to them on the campaign, and I hope it’s a smashing success!

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