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Disaster Looms!

A project in Seattle, WA by Break From Reality Games
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Research! Explore! Colonize! Survive! Collect Income. Oh yeah, and save the planet if it is profitable.
Backers: 977
Average Pledge Per Backer: $77

Funded: $75,098 of $25,000
Dates: Apr 27th -> Jun 18th (53 days)
Project By: Break From Reality Games
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GripMat Shipping Update!

January 24th - via: kickstarter.com
Backers - GripMat Shipping UpdateToday I received word that 130 of our 172 Pre-ordered Disaster Looms! GripMats have shipped, with instruction manuals and connectors! The other 42 will go out Tuesday if all goes as they have planned.  Please - for... (Read More)

Mailings and GripMats

January 5th - via: kickstarter.com
Backers - First let me wish you all a Happy New Year.  I hope 2014 is starting out right. MailingsMany of you should have received your mailing.  If you have not, contact me at eric@bfrgames.com.  I hope the new instruction manual is appreciated -... (Read More)

GripMat Update

December 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Backers - GripMatsFor the 165 of you who backed to receive a GripMat, you will be happy to know that I have  a confirmed ship date for when these will be shipping form factory to BFR for packaging. December 18th.  Thus we should have the mats... (Read More)

GripMat Update - Kickstarter Launched Today

November 27th - via: kickstarter.com
Backers - We launched our Kickstarter today to fund new sizes, and art options. For those of you who backed the $20 GripMat (or as we called them back then play mats) you will be happy to know you got an excellent deal!  Though after waiting as long... (Read More)

Starfield GripMat has arrived!

November 19th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings Backers! GripMat - StarfieldWe received and approved the final sample of the Starfield mat that some of you have pre-ordered.  It looks impressive!  No issues fitting the entirety of Disaster Looms! and expansion.  It grips the tiles,... (Read More)

Status Update

November 1st - via: kickstarter.com
Backers! I wanted to give you an update as to where things stand.  We are still working to get the new printed instruction manuals and replacement connectors into your hands. Instruction ManualsDisaster Looms! manuals are printed.  They are ready... (Read More)

GenCon and Mat Update

August 8th - via: kickstarter.com
I bring tidings of great joy today. Pictured below you will see the first glimpse that we have of the Damage Report Nebula mat. At least, this is what it will look like. This fellah here was printed with a height of 21 inches. The actual printed mat... (Read More)

The Doom that was, isn't...

July 31st - via: kickstarter.com
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General Update

June 18th - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings Backers! A few quick updates to everyone concerning the status of everything: Mats We received last week the final final art and texture sample for our long past due double sided anti-slip mat. The art looks fantastic! Most importantly -... (Read More)

Single Page Rulebook & Replacements Headed Your Way

April 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Greetings Backers! A few quick updates for you. By request, we’ve uploaded a second version of the rulebook that has single pages instead of the two-page spread from the previous update. You can find that on our website here: ... (Read More)

The State Of Projections

August 2nd - via: blog.kicktraq.com
Hello my fellow data addicts. Today I wanted to touch on the progress of the experimental projection cone chart. As some of you may have seen a few weeks ago, I added a tabbed interface to the charts so the experimental charts were a little less top-secret. (Read More)

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