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  • i208khonsu (edited 4 years ago)
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    Read up on this a bit, seams Erik Chevalier is not the creator of this game, but was working with game creators to create a new company and produce this board game. When Erik didn't deliver they took their game to Cryptozoic Games and had them make it. Cryptozoic Games apparently gave every backer a free version of this game (approx. $93,450 out of their pocket). I do wonder who Erik now owes money to. Did Cryptozoic think they could send out the game to the backers and sue Erik for the costs, or are some backers trying to have their cake and eat it too?

    http://diehardgamefan.com/2014/03/26/tabletop-review-the-doom-that-came-to-atlantic-city/

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