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SolForge Digital Trading Card Game

A project in Oceanside, CA by Gary Games, Inc.

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The creators of Ascension and Magic: The Gathering have joined forces to create a revolutionary digital trading card game.
Backers: 6971
Average Pledge Per Backer: $62

Funded: $429,715 of $250,000
Dates: Aug 1st -> Sep 10th (41 days)
Project By: Gary Games, Inc.
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