With sadness we must report that the gaming company Rule & Make has pulled the plug on their Kickstarter project T2029 an official “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” board game. While support was robust in the beginning, it seems the gaming company felt they were not going to achieve 100% funding in the allotted time to get this exciting Terminator tabletop game made.
In this third episode of the Official Podcast of Skynet’s Army: Terminator Fans United, fans say goodbye to “T2 3-D: Battle Across Time” and we talk about the proposed official “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” board game T2029 by Rule & Make!
A couple of weeks ago, the gaming company Rule & Make launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund T2029, an official “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” board game! Already an accomplished board game publisher with eight successful tabletop game Kickstarter campaigns, Rule & Make hopes to make their new T2 official board game number nine in their streak of success! With 65% of their project already funded, T2029’s game and graphic design guru Ian O’Toole was nice enough to sit down with us and answer a few of our questions. Here is how it went:
A week ago the gaming company Rule & Make launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund T2029, an official “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” board game. Now, a week later and more than 66% funded, the game’s creator Allen Chang distributed via e-mail a list of frequently asked questions that potential backers have been asking about this new proposed T2 game. It is their hope, in clarification of these questions, that the rest of the fans of the Terminator franchise will back their game and complete its funding!
Rule & Make, the gaming company that secured a Worldwide Exclusive License for tabletop gaming rights for “Terminator 2: Judgment Day”, just launched their Kickstarter campaign to fund T2029, the official “Terminator 2” board game! And now they are calling out to fans of the Terminator franchise to help fund it!
Dave Youkovich is an illustrator that specialises in game and cover art (for books and comics) and excels in the “realm of the weird, dark and twisted.” Dave was hired as the lead Illustrator for The Terminator: The Official Board Game that our Army of Terminator fans successfully crowd funded. With the board game tentatively scheduled to come out late this year, buyers of the game will be treated to Dave’s Terminator artwork, who was not only in charge of the main card art, but the board art and cartography (map drawing) as well!
First there was “The Terminator” official board game launch, now a different company has announced a tabletop game for “Terminator 2”! That’s right, the good people at Rule & Make informed us this morning they have secured a Worldwide Exclusive License for T2’s tabletop gaming rights, and will launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund it this September. They call the game: T2029.