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Robot Maze! board game (PnP)

A project in Burke, VA by John H. Kohn
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Getting through a maze is hard enough but being tracked by unrelenting robots is hell!
Backers: 30
Average Pledge Per Backer: $4

Funded: $116 of $60
Dates: Nov 15th -> Dec 4th (19 days)
Project By: John H. Kohn
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Latest News

The campaign has been successfully funded. Thank you!

December 4th - via: kickstarter.com
I will send out the Reward Surveys after posting this. Although I can send out files to existing email addresses without a response, I will need the $12 Backer to resturn their survey ASAP so I can mail them their physical reward tomorrow. Thanks... (Read More)

Only $14 away from one Backer winning a FREE manufactured game!

December 4th - via: kickstarter.com
"3 Size House of Cards" goes to one lucky winner in a drawing if funding reaches $130.  (Read More)

Stretch Goal ($130) -- random drawing open to ALL Backers

December 3rd - via: kickstarter.com
It's late in the game, but if we reach (and sustain) at least $125 in funding, ALL Backers qualify for a random drawing to win ONE copy of a game never launched on Kickstarter and can only be found in my KohnGames shop on Etsy.com: 3 Size House of... (Read More)

Sneak peek - part 3: Two Prisoner Tokens to choose from

December 1st - via: kickstarter.com
ANOTHER ELEMENT OF THE FUTURE MANUFACTURED VERSION OF THE GAME: I will be offering one of two Prisoner Tokens (white & black) to each Backer of this SOLO game.  Both3D-printed using the Toybox #D printer. For a dollar more, you'll get BOTH... (Read More)

Sneak Peek - part 2: THE ROBOTS

December 1st - via: kickstarter.com
ALL PART OF THE MANUFACTURED VERSION OF THE GAME: Below are the Robots printed in their own color of PLA "printer food" using the 3D printer, Toybox. Numbered stickers are added after printing:  (Read More)

A sneak peek at the manufactured version of Robot Maze -- next campaign

November 30th - via: kickstarter.com
Below is a first view of the prototype. Improvements will be shown over time: 1. The "game board" will be a foldable (for storage purposes) 14-inch by 12-inch (2.5 mm thick) fabric surface with neoprene backing.  2. Four colored 6-sided dice will be... (Read More)

A Prisoner token (.stl file) added for $5 Backers

November 29th - via: kickstarter.com
Not shown in the original description is the .stl file for 3D printing the Prisoner token -- for ALL $5 Backers:  (Read More)

News on what follows after this campaign ends.....

November 25th - via: kickstarter.com
Once this campaign ends, I will take steps to introduce the manufactured version of this game -- to include 3D printed copies of the Robots, as one of several options! I have recently purchased a Toybox printer and the PLA (plant-based) filaments... (Read More)

The Goal has been reached!

November 21st - via: kickstarter.com
Thanks to one and all, plus the latest raising of a pledge by one Backer put us at the mark!  (Read More)

83% funded and -- taking a SECOND 3D plunge!

November 17th - via: kickstarter.com
1.  We're now out 83% funding -- needing only $10 to get fully funded.  Keep spreading the word. 2.  I'm going to take a SECOND plunge in 3D printing. After a frustrating initial plunge (Anet A8), and having to depend upon Shapeways.com for... (Read More)

Current Status: 75% Backed

November 16th - via: kickstarter.com
We're at 75% backed and manufactured components ordered from an overseas factory have shipped! I hope to have a manufactured version of this game ready to launch by early December -- with some in-stock copies made available. Your backing of this... (Read More)

How a second person can participate in this SOLO game

November 15th - via: kickstarter.com
While this was designed for a single player, a second person can participate by having the sole task of rolling the dice and moving the Robots. Notice I said second person and NOT second player, since the role of that person is (pun alert) robotic in... (Read More)

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