City of Iron

A project in Salt Lake City, UT by Ryan Laukat

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A board game of nation-building in a world of magic and machines.
Backers: 795
Average Pledge Per Backer: $56

Funded: $44,703 of $30,000
Dates: Aug 14th -> Oct 3rd (50 days)
Project By: Ryan Laukat
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