Mint Tin LunaSyr /LOON+uh+SEER/September 30th Kickstarter update
Here’s a glimpse at this exciting “big box” game in a steel tin tough enough for NASA.
The LunaSyr Mining Corporation won exclusive mining rights to the moon in 2069. As a gritty crew boss, you make lots of money for the company. Now they’re upping the game by sending a hotshot crew to compete against you. The stakes are high and you’ve got to keep your crew happy as you push them to crush the competition.
Plan your strategy and be relentless without mercy!
- Dual-worker placement & cube pushing,
- set collection with trading possibility,
- hand & resource management,
- modular board with dynamic-refresh mechanism,
- dual-purpose rondel for strategic advantages,
- three independent endgame triggers,
- escalating random events keep the game tense, and
- loads of replayability with layout variants & difficulty modes.
No downtime, a small footprint, and easy-to-read thematic rules make LunaSyr intense with a vested interest in your opponent’s every move (with true take that! mechanics).
It’s highly deterministic with no dice rolling.
An Automated Robot Sentinel, aka RoSe, alerts you if something bad happens. After all, the moon ain’t made of cheese.
Can’t wait to get my hands on the game!
Louis J. - Facebook
Here’s the gear that makes your LunaSyr awesome.
Wood components from Germany made of sustainably-harvested hardwood.
The mini cards are Koehler FineTech Casino Classic black-core (310gsm) with linen finish and gloss lamination for durability.
The first-player token is a 1.25-inch aluminum coin minted on 150-ton presses (like the Apollo medallions).
Chessex dice because they’re the world’s best game dice.
A dual-worker, dual-purpose rondel made of 2.5mm thick linen-finish double-laminated chipboard.
A threaded tin-plated steel tin with a food-safe coating for extra wear-and-tear resistance. And a magnetic label because rare-earth elements are a lunar resource, including neodymium used for magnets.
Two sets of rules—one for 2-player and one for solo (full solo rules, not a mod or variant)—that fit in the tin.
That all fits in the tin!? Wow. I’m impressed. It looks like a lot of game in a little package. Go, go, go!
Badado B. - Facebook
The most Earth-friendly commercial game ever produced!
We didn’t set out to achieve this but once we saw how Earth-friendly the wood components were, we decided to see what we could do with the rest of it. For the details, see our Earth-friendly page—the new standard for all our games.
Stand-by for the launch of our biggest game yet!
PS - there’s a soundtrack and a specialty-themed cocktail custom-designed exclusively for this game—the Rusty Sputnik—it’s far out and groovy!
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