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2013

MAGE Company News - The Amityville Project: Phobos

MAGE company has had some successful runs on kickstarter lately.  Be it Archon: Machination and Glory from Artipia Games, 12 Realms (a big success from last year), or Wrong Chemistry, the pattern of success is holding true for them and their projects.

 

Today I was contacted by MAGE Company about a new game that looks on the surface very interesting.  It is called The Amityville Project: Phobos.  Before I explain more, it's amazingly cool to know they have the files on BGG.com for print and play, so while their Kickstarter begins sometime in September, you have advance time to print, play, and check it out for yourself!

 


The Amityville Project: Phobos is has been under development for about the last year.  The game is set in the 1960's in the City of Amityville and it's about a very strange experiment created by the Syndicate, a dark organization of criminals, scientists and parasites of the society.  The Amityville Project: Phobos is the first entry in this world and will be launched on Kickstarter on September 1.

 

The main character is the Detective Ed Sullivan who tries to solve the Syndicate mystery and uncover the dark plans of Syndicate!  A device capable of reforming peoples minds turning them into lab pets is the beginning of this mystery called: Phobos. Will the Detective be able to stop the Syndicate?

 

Phobos is an Interactive, Horror, Competitive, Miniature Game for 2-4 players and you can download the PnP Version of the game here http://magecompany.com/pnp.html. Also the 2nd installment of this project is also now available and you can download it: The Amityville Project: Lethargos. http://magecompany.com/pnp.html

 

While we don't have shots of the board yet, we do have the really cool looking sculpts for the Kraken, Snake, Spider and zombie ghost miniatures involved in the game.  Hope you enjoy checking them out, and if you play the PnP version, we'd love to hear your thoughts on it here or on our social sites!

 


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