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New Board Game, Titans of Industry

From: Brian L.
Sent on: Monday, April 23, 2012 12:02 AM
Dear BLOC members,
I am writing to ask for your support on an important project in which  I am involved.
Last year I created a board game called “Titans of Industry”, a worker placement/resource management game, and a small independent company named Gozer Games in Chicago licensed it.
So far, reviewers have been giving glowing reviews for this game. Check it out on Board Game Geek:
It is by far the biggest game they have ever attempted, and with it came a big production price tag – $30,000 – a fortune for an indie publish. But they believed in me, and the product. So Gozer Games turned to to help fund this project.
Kickstarter is powered by a unique all-or-nothing funding method where projects must be fully-funded or no money changes hands. 
The great thing about Kickstarter is that you can back a project with as little or as much as you want, and most pledge levels come with a reward. 
I am asking that you consider backing this project, even if for only $1. I don’t like asking for money – no one does – but I really believe in this project, and I am hoping that you believe in it too. 
Please go to to check it out, and if you can, please consider pledging any amount to help make this dream come true. (If the link doesn’t work, go to and search for Titans of Industry. 

Thank you, Brian 

P.S. Even if you can’t contribute, you can help out by telling your friends about this project. Please share this information with people you think may be interested.

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