Techlandia Is Live On Kickstarter!

You have seen us talk about Techlandia before, and our review last weekend, but now is the time to act, as Dan Ackerman’s Techlandia is live on Kickstarter!

Game Information:

Imagine a world where people are enslaved by their electronics. Where we willingly allow smartphones to spy on us, and even pay for the privilege. A world where a handful of all-powerful multinational corporations control the flow of information by dominating hardware, operating systems, social networks and search engines.

Oh wait, that actually kinda sounds like real life

But, imagine all that stuff, plus the twisted CEO of one of these tech giants also using his power and influence to open the floodgates to another plane of existence, bringing ancient evils to Earth.

That’s what you suspect is happening at the Techlandia Corporation, the world’s biggest maker of overpriced smartphones. CEO Dexter Ward is announcing the company’s newest phone, the top-secret Techlandia TX-1, at an invitation-only press conference later today. 

You haven’t been invited to the grand launch of the TX-1 smartphone, but you’re not a tech blogger because you like following the rules. There’s something strange going on here, and you’re going to expose it all

 Sneaking into the main building should be easy enough with all the other press milling around, but gaining access to the massive underground auditorium where the TX-1 is being announced is going to be tougher. 

It’s Silicon Valley meets Lovecraft in Techlandia, a funny+scary new tabletop game for 1-4 players.

Add four random face-down hex tiles to the core map, then flip to reveal the Techlandia corporate campus.
Add four random face-down hex tiles to the core map, then flip to reveal the Techlandia corporate campus.

The rule book and free demo versions

Be sure to head over to Kickstarter and learn more and pledge to get yourself a copy of this fun story-driven game!

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