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Tarawa 1943 ---LAUNCHING JANUARY 23!

A project in Virginia Beach, VA by Worthington Publishing

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A card driven solitaire game of the US Marine Corps landing on Tarawa in 1943. Playable in 45 minutes.
Backers: 476
Average Pledge Per Backer: $90

Funded: $42,626 of $1,943
Dates: Jan 23rd -> Feb 6th (15 days)
Project By: Worthington Publishing
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A huge thank you!

February 6th - via:
Thank you all so much for the esprit de corps on this project!  We are working today editing cards and rules making sure we are delivering a tight well playing game.  You will be receiving top notch components with this and a few suprises we are... (Read More)

Read the Player's Aid Interview with designer Grant Wylie

January 25th - via:

Semper Fi!!!! Funding reached

January 23rd - via:
We want to say thank you!  Our goal, and we feel we are hitting it, is to have the highest quality war game components in the world.  We love making games, and we love playing games.  Again, Thank you!  (Read More)

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