Death From Above


A project in Blaine, WA by Columbia Games

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A game of diplomacy in the Napoleonic Era...with a Columbia Block System twist!
Backers: 258
Average Pledge Per Backer: $145

Funded: $37,296 of $10,000
Dates: Jun 22nd -> Jul 14th (23 days)
Project By: Columbia Games
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Latest News

Playing a two-player game with seven powers? An explanation from Tom Dagliesh!

July 1st - via:
 Playing a two-player game with seven powers ? Some have wondered how we handle a game with seven major powers with two, three, four or five players.  Not easy, but we think we have done it.  First we set out to make a solid two player-game,... (Read More)

Component List and Stretch Goal!

June 29th - via:
Component List and Stretch Goals! Hello everyone! A bit of news (and more on the way). First, we have added a component list (subject to change) for those who were wondering about everything you get in the game.  Also, we have added a Stretch Goal... (Read More)

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