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Rail Raiders Infinite by Soda Pop Miniatures

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Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sodapopminiatures/rail-raiders-infinite

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Rail Raiders Infinite is a chibi sci-fi western board game for 2 to 4 players. Raid the Interstellar Express space-rail to earn loot, infamy, and the ire of C.O.W. and the Galactic Central Bank. In order to loot the train you’ll need to first dispose of the meddlesome Tinstar Lawbots, who will do everything in their power to stop your heist. Team up with other Raiders, or do what bandits do best, double-crossing them when their chips are down. Anything goes when you’re out to make a big score!
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Shipping will be charged after the campaign through our store-based pledge manager, based on the actual cost to ship your pledge and any additional rewards you select. 
To help minimize your shipping and customs costs, we will ship rewards to multiple international shipping hubs at our cost. These hubs will then ship all rewards to backers in their region. Currently we have shipping hubs in Boise (USA and rest of the world), Canada, UK, (UK & European Union), Australia, and Hong Kong (Asia Pacific and Oceania, except AU). Depending on your region, this will help reduce or eliminate any additional import duties you will be required to pay. 
Our current estimate for shipping costs are listed below.

  • Africa: $70 to most countries
  • Asia: $10 - $15 to China and Hong Kong, $30 - $40 to most other countries, $50 - $60 to Russia and Israel, $70 to Turkey, We cannot estimate Malaysia.
  • Canada: $10 - $20 to most cities.
  • Europe: $15 - $20 to Germany. $15 - $30 to most other countries. $30 - $50 to Scandinavia, Estland, Lettland, Latvia, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia. $50 - $60 to Bulgaria, Lithuania, Romania, and Iceland. $70 to Greece and Ukraine.
  • Latin America: $50 - 60 to most countries.
  • Oceania: $15 - $30 to Australia. $30 - $40 to New Zealand.
  • UK: $10 - $15 to most cities.
  • USA: $10 - $15 to most cities. $30 to Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico.

 

These estimates are based off of the base game + two expansions.

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I skipped some of the other stuff, game play images, components, stretch goals, etc.

 

More chibis! :D

In general, it's best not to post images in the first post of a kickstarter thread as when I edit the kickstarter status tags it does sometimes make a mess of them.

The best work around when creating a new kickstarter thread is to put the link and a brief description in the first post, with any images put in a second post.

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This would be awesome....if it weren't chibi.  What's with the obsession with superdeformed minis of late?  I guess they're cute and all, but there's plenty of room for more scale models in the scifi-western genre, no?

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No. Thanks to chibis, Ninja Division / Soda Pop Miniatures (and CMON) managed to distinguish their dungeoncrawl game from the myriad of dungeoncrawlers out there. ND/SPM seem to be taking advantage of their chibi shtick with RRI.

 

I haven't even seen many western-themed miniature boardgames recently, although Shadows over Brimstone is still popular and Doomtown's still published. At best, Flick 'Em Up is the only recent western-themed boardgame popular on BGG. Stone Skull said they'd have western furniture in their next KS, but that's all I've heard recently about western mini's.

 

I'd like to know as well.

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Can't have a sodapop game without mascot characters.  El Cola is best Cola!  lol   ^_^

 

If the money system is Double Dollars, I suspect we'll get at least one not-Trigun figure.  And I can't resist that.

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I backed, and I am not a huge chibi fan, but they are cute.  My wife thinks they are cute--well the villians at least.

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I decided to back; I love the sci-fi western style, and I like Soda Pop's take on chibis.  But the biggest win to me is that the game looks like it's easy to learn and quick to play, and that's great for gaming groups with new players or limited time to game.

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Biggest amusement I got out of this one was  Boise as a shipping hub........

 

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Soda Pop basically only does anime and chibi style minis, not sure why anyone would expect a different style from them?

 

I like chibi but the whole space cowboy theme isn't my thing.

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