Safe-cracking and Backstabbing in the Wild West
Posted by William Niebling on February 26, 2018 @ 6:05 pm CT
The infamous city of Deadwood is the scene of betrayal and greed in Deadwood 1876. Assuming the role of historic personalities who actually lived in the city during the 1870’s, the players form teams to break into the most valuable safes hidden in the city. Safes can offer up gold, of course, but also valuable items and the all-important guns needed for the final showdown. At the end of the game, the team with the most gold face off in a fight to the death to see who the game’s final winner will be.
Pirate Treachery is the Way in ‘Tortuga 1667’”), Deadwood 1876 will be packaged in a box disguised to look like a book published in the time period that the game is set, along with similarly-themed components including laser-cut wooden tokens, custom wooden dice, and wooden sheriff stars with a faux leather pouch to hold the components.
Facade is funding the production of Deadwood 1876 through a Kickstarter campaign that has attracted $139,462 from 3,877 backers as of this writing (an average of $35.97 per backer), with 24 days remaining. The company is offering a retailer-only backer option that includes 24 copies of the game. Backer fulfillment is scheduled for October, with release into the trade to follow.
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