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PegLeg: Pirate Pinball

A project in Centerville, UT by Tim Fowers

Cancelled by Creator

Tower defense meets pinball - back today and get both the boardgame and videogame versions!
Backers: 123
Average Pledge Per Backer: $32

Funded: $3,880 of $10,000
Dates: May 31st -> Jun 18th (18 days)
Project By: Tim Fowers
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We're sunk! But pirates never die.

June 3rd - via:
When we launched PegLeg, I knew is was a bit outside the box.  I've been fiddling around with the videogame prototype since early 2012.  But I was unsure if there were still casual strategy gamers on PC/Mac or have they all moved over to mobile?... (Read More)

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