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Mega Man: The Board Game kicks off its Kickstarter


1:00 PM on 12.12.2013



In case you hadn't heard, board game manufacturer Jasco is producing a Mega Man tabletop game with the approval of Capcom, and now, they have a live Kickstarter. It's meant for two to five players (barring future expansions), and involves card deck movement, as well as a Mega Man 1-centric theme -- you can find the full [tentative] rules here.

It'll use art from the official Archie comic line, which is pretty neat. The above video should give you a basic idea of what the board game is about, as well as what the campaign would use its Kickstarter funds for.

As a side note, the project is almost at $25,000 -- and it's only been active for an hour at the time of this writing.

Mega Man Board Game [Kickstarter]

Mega Man: The Board Game kicks off its Kickstarter photo
Mega Man: The Board Game kicks off its Kickstarter photo
Mega Man: The Board Game kicks off its Kickstarter photo





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