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Hands in the Sea – A two player card driven wargame

A project in Colorado Springs, CO by Knight Works

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A card driven wargame inspired by "A Few Acres of Snow". Players take over the role of Rome and Carthage, during the First Punic War.
Backers: 556
Average Pledge Per Backer: $65

Funded: $35,874 of $15,000
Dates: Feb 23rd -> Mar 25th (30 days)
Project By: Knight Works
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Latest News

Final Stretch Goals and a mini-expansion!

March 21st - via:
With your support we have knocked down every Stretch Goal! Hands in the Sea will be a beautiful game with numerous custom wood tokens, upgraded high quality cards, player mats, and large full color player aids!  I truly feel this project has the... (Read More)

All Us Geeks & 4th Stretch Goal!!!

March 12th - via:
Yesterday evening we hit our goal for the custom wooden warships! We are excited to hit the 4th Stretch Goal so early in the campaign. We still have 12 days left on the campaign, which makes me feel that the 5th Stretch Goal for the custom wooden... (Read More)

New reviews coming soon

March 10th - via:
First off, thank you for your support. We reached our funding goal in a little over a week. We are sitting in the middle of our campaign at the 14 day mark. As you know, most Kickstarter campaigns have a bit of a slump during this time period. To... (Read More)

Two Stretch Goals Unlocked!

February 26th - via:
Your support on the project has been phenomenal and you have unlocked the first two Stretch Goals by reaching 200 Facebook shares, as well as 200 Thumbs Up on the box cover image here. This means the playing cards will be upgraded to a thicker... (Read More)

New Stretch Goals Coming Soon

February 26th - via:
We are approaching $12,000 after just a few days. Everything is on track for funding in the coming days. We will be announcing more stretch goals soon. If you have any ideas or suggestions please let us know. Thanks for all your support.   Eric   (Read More)

Thank you for your support!

February 24th - via:
A little over 24 hours ago we launched the campaign. We are almost half way there, and on behalf of our team, please accept my humble thanks for your support. As I have said, numerous times in the past, Knight Works is a small indie game publisher... (Read More)

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