Trouble in Templetown- Kickstart your Collection

Hi board game geeks! My name’s Doddy and I’m here to help you kickstart your game collection by navigating the choppy waters of crowdfunding campaigns! I’ll be looking at which deserve your gold and which you should avoid like an orc encampment! On today’s edition we’ll be looking at Trouble in Templetown by 2fat2fly games.

It’s time to get serious, lock and lock and get prepped for a full on battle to defend Templetown against viruses and Bacteria that are invading. In this game 1-4 players step up to defend the city against this huge threat that’s come out of nowhere.

I mean as most games go it always starts very easy. With a few bits of bacteria popping up here and there. You slowly think ‘oh this should be fine’. You begin building walls to protect your city, then all of a sudden the big bad appears and goes by the name of Frankie Bola. Things have just been turned up to 11!!!

Travel around the city as fast as you can, gear up, fight everything, then gear up some more and then get them walls built. It’s war on the streets. Parasites, bacteria and viruses oh my. The game even offers cooperative, competitive and solo modes for you to mix up the game as much as you want. There’s already people saying that this game is difficult to beat as it speeds up so fast, if you’re not ready then doom on you DOOM ON YOU!!!

You start with six cards every turn and these will allow you to move, fight or build immunity walls in the gains. Build enough immunity walls to secure each zone in the city to secure victory. Dilly dally about and the outbreak will consume us all. Enemies will spawn in each zone, every turn. Stay on top of it and earn victory points to spend on your heroes upgrades and weapons. Protecting the city has never been so much fun.

Pledge now for as little as $59 (approximately £46) to secure your game. Pledges end on July 3rd 2019.

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