Sol: Last Days of a Star - Insert and Reprint

A project in Seattle, WA by Elephant Laboratories

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A game of solar strategy and destruction for 1-5 players
Backers: 2439
Average Pledge Per Backer: $97

Funded: $236,081 of $60,000
Dates: Dec 6th -> Jan 3rd (28 days)
Project By: Elephant Laboratories
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