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Tinners' Trail - a game by Martin Wallace

A project in Cambridge, UK by Caezar and Kuly from Alley Cat Games

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Tinners' Trail - a board game by Martin Wallace, redeveloped for the modern era by Alley Cat Games
Backers: 2201
Average Daily Pledges: £8,818
Average Pledge Per Backer: £40

Funding: £88,176 of £14,750
Dates: Jan 11th -> Feb 4th (25 days)
Project By: Caezar and Kuly from Alley Cat Games
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Latest News

Tinners' Trail is a huge success! - On the way to being the most backed project by Alley Cat Games

January 18th - via:
Tinners' Trail is a huge success! With over 500% funding Tinners' Trail has done fantastically in its first week on Kickstarter and by our estimations, it's on its way to becoming the most-backed game we've launched on Kickstarter. Working with... (Read More)

More stretch goals unlocked and more info about the Lore Wallace solo mode

January 15th - via:
Stretch Goals Spot UV is unlocked! That's 5 stretch goals unlocked so far! Our next stretch goal is revealed: Investment board PDF The investment board PDF is a version of the old board in the new graphic design style. This will allow players to play... (Read More)

Play Tinners' Trail now!

January 14th - via:
Tabletop Simulator mod and Print and Play files ready The Tabletop Simulator mod and Print and Play files are now ready and available to play. Just click on the images below: Play on TTS Download the Print and Play Stretch Goals You've been breaking... (Read More)

Brass: Birmingham co-creator’s British mining board game Tinners' Trail gets a remake

January 13th - via:
Dig into the mining industry in 19th century Britain with Tinners' Trail, a remake of a classic 2008 board game created by Martin Wallace - co-designer of Brass: Birmingham. Set during the 1800s, the upcoming board game focuses on the tin and copper mining industry within the town of Cornwall - in the southernmost part of Britain. (Read More)

Funded in less than 2 hours! First stretch goal revealed. Join us tomorrow for a Q&A with designer Martin Wallace

January 11th - via:
What an outstanding start for Tinners' Trail! Every Kickstarter launch comes with uncertainty, even for award-winning games but we're already blown away by the support Tinners' Trail has received! From Martin and the Alley Cat Games team, thank you... (Read More)

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