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Endangered

It haunts me to see these magnificent, wild animals at the edge of their survival. Other wildlife conservationists and I serve as their advocates — their voice — in hopes of a timely plan toward preservation.
 

ENDANGERED — A COOPERATIVE GAME FOR WILDLIFE SURVIVAL

Endangered brings a team of wildlife conservationists together toward safeguarding animal populations amidst ecological threats. Empower your cause through a majority vote from legislators the United Nations, all before the time is up.

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Kickstarter & Presales 4/2/19 - 4/26/19
Convention Debut TBA 2019
Available for Retail TBA 2019
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No. of Players:
1 to 5 Players
Ages:
10+
Playing Time:
60 minutes

WALK THROUGH THE GAME WITH ENDANGERED’S CREATOR

USE YOUR SPECIAL ABILITIES AND INFLUENCE TO CONSERVE ENDANGERED ANIMALS

As one of the conservation team – zoologist, philanthropist, TV wildlife host, lobbyist, or environmental lawyer – you’ll plan a course of action to protect an endangered species. Build animal populations, minimize ecological threats and build influence among legistative ambassadors, according to your team’s unique abilities and problem solving.

How quickly can your team intervene to save the lives of a wildlife species?

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A DICE PLACEMENT GAME UNITING CONSERVATIONISTS

Upon each turn, conservationists will roll the dice they can allocate to action cards. However, the die placed to take an action must be larger than one previously placed, or the card is locked to that player. After actions are taken, endangered animal mating pairs will have a chance to procreate, and destruction tiles will enter game play, possibly eliminating already scarce animals.

Each game round is considered a year. Depending on the number of players, two sequential years will be desginated as voting years. Building influence with United Nations ambassadors is part of the game play that occurs by tallying influence for a majority vote during those two years. Once four of the six ambassadors vote “yes” on the conservation resolution during a voting year, then the players win.

By contrast, should game play reduce the number of animals to one or less, or should the team run out of desctruction tiles or time, the team loses the game.

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MAP YOUR WILDLIFE JOURNEY

Game Components

ARMCHAIR WILDLIFE RANGERS

Game Development & Design: Joe Hopkins Graphics: Joshua Cappel Illustration: Beth Sobel & Ben Flores
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