Westford, MA -- Apr 15, 2014 -- The first Kickstarter video ever filmed on the summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro, also the highest self-standing mountain in the world.
Two brothers from Slovenia tracked to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro (Tanzania, Africa) to make an introductory video for the brand new exciting and adventurous board game "Tracker". The feeling was awesome, but not as awesome as the game.
Tracker: A Post Nuclear Disaster is a competitive post apocalyptic board game in which even the dead still have a chance at winning. For 4 to 8 players and 1 hour playtime. Collect artefacts, complete missions or hunt other players. But to do that you must adapt your strategy and tactics just to stay alive, let alone secure final victory.
"In a nuclear test site and with a constantly changing environment you must adapt your tactics to the raising occasions. While racing to complete missions, to win the game you either have to collect the most artefacts or eliminate all other players."
Developed since 2011, hundreds of successful play tests led us to take a big step forward and offer a worldwide crowd the same enjoyment. A Kickstarter campaign is currently under way. By reaching the set goal first editions will be published.
The game is not limited by age: it is for everyone who's young in spirit. For all who like challenges in the actual company of friends and "foes". Make it possible! Pledge, and "Tracker" is yours to enjoy!
projects/bercium/tracker-a- post-nuclear-disaster (7 days to go at time of posting, 75% of funding goal achieved)
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