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Playtesters and Creatives Wanted!


The Broken Contract Miniature Starter Set Kickstarter is winding down, but our plans for Broken Contract are only ramping up!

The beta rulebook is up and available for free download. Also, they are not necessary for play, but the 'It's Time' Game Board, Initiative and Equipment Card Decks, and Character Stat Cards are all up for free download as well. A quick trip to a copier and you are ready to go.


We want your involvement in the development of this game. We want you to read the rules and play it. We want your feedback on how it played and how clear the rules were. We are shooting to launch another Kickstarter for the rulebook and more models in the Fall and we want your help to make it the coolest action and adventure game possible by then.

It doesn't end there. We want you to produce content like Acts (scenarios) and short campaigns (Episodes). We want to see your writing, your art, and your painted models and scenery. We want you to share those things with the world. We want your engagement and we will support you all along the way, so get involved!

Feedback can be sent to:

Broken Contract Playtesters

And there is always:

https://www.facebook.com/brokencontract
brokencontract@gmail.com

Thanks in advance.
-Nick 



Broken Contract beta rulebook

Sample 'It's Time' Board

Sample Character Card

Comments

  1. Is there anyway to group the game files into one large download?

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  2. Give me a day and I'll get them all together in a single file. I had everything separate so that I can update a single component if I needed to and then everyone wouldn't have to download everything again.

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