NSKN Games announces an expansion for Exodus: Proxima Centauri
NSKN Games announces the Kickstarter campaign for Edge of Extinction – an expansion to Exodus: Proxima Centauri revised edition, a reprint of the base game and the Upgrade Pack.
Bucharest, Romania; Warsaw, Poland – December 23rd, 2014. NSKN Games are proud to announce a Kickstarter campaign for Exodus: Edge of Extinction.
In January NSKN Games will start a new campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds for an expansion for Exodus: Proxima Centauri revised edition. Together with the Edge of Extinction Expansion, the campaign will allow the company to reprint the base game, as well as an upgrade pack that brings the first printing of Exodus up to date and allows its owners to make full use of the upcoming expansion.
Exodus: Edge of Extinction expansion introduces asymmetrical game play through six diverse factions, new technologies, extra cards for all the decks, more ships and cubes and an all new mechanism to the game. [Andrei, please add quote somewhere here].
“I designed this expansion with the fans of Exodus in mind. The six factions in Edge of Extinction are the essence of the new asymmetrical game play. Now you will truly feel different, you won’t just build an empire, but you will build your empire and it’s going to be one of a kind.” said Andrei Novac, the designer of Exodus: Edge of Extinction.
About Exodus: Proxima Centauri
Exodus: Proxima Centauri is a 2-6 player game, ages 12 and older that takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes per player. First published in 2012, it was later revised and reprinted, with the revised edition receiving the Dice Tower Seal of Excellence.
The list of differences between first and revised editions of the game can be found here.
About NSKN Games
Established in April 2011, NSKN Games specializes in strategy board games. Known for unique and bold designs, the company publishes games enjoyed by both hardcore gamers and the more casual, who game with friends and family.
In 2014 NSKN Games published Praetor, Versailles and Progress: Evolution of Technology – the company’s first Kickstarter project that raised 500% of its funding goal.