Avid Gamer Derek Heath Launches Kickstarter Campaign for His Latest Venture Arkayden

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Arkayden is a card game and warfare style board game set in a rustic steam world. Players compete for wealth, land, and power.

Arkayden takes place in a world where gods have fought over ancient technology, transforming most of the planet into a barren wasteland. The world's farmlands are being fought over with mystic powers that come from the Arkayden relics left on the planet after the Ancient War of the Gods.

Arkayden is a two player game which is played with two decks, a army deck and a fate deck and use dice to do combat. Arkayden combines all of the strategy and funs of a traditional trading card game experience along with the depth of a board and miniature war game, trailblazing a new type of card game. Players will now be able to experience the rewarding nature of building a miniature war game army, without all the time consuming painting of costly models.

The funds raised through this campaign will go to

Printing & Promotion: Derek will only deliver a high quality professionally printed game. He is asking for the bare minimum to get this game produced and off the ground. The majority of the money raised will go to the printing & promotion of the game.
Shipping & Supplies: Shipping is always an expense. Derek also wants to make sure the games & extras are packed in the best possible way. Some of the money is for future sets and card development.

The team has done their best to minimize unknowns as much as a company can, and they are always happy to refund pledges if for some totally unforeseen reason the game can't be delivered at all. The game is mostly ready and many cards are in either an advanced stage of design or ready for production. 90% of the art is done, too. They've given themselves a large window and if they can, will deliver the game early.

Kickstarter Page: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1218549124/arkayden-is-a-ccg-that-plays-like-a-miniature-war

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