49 Photos - Oct 21, 2011
Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The corner is a bit damaged from rough handling at my end...Photo: Photo: With thumbcut (the proof didn't have thumb cuts)Photo: Photo: Great to take the board out.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The punch board. The chips come out easily enough that a three year old can do it. We have tested it. 
Of course, given the small pieces, you should not try this at home.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The components. The advance copy didn't have a die. This is the only problem with the advance copy, and it's easily fixable.Photo: Please do not eat the gel...Photo: The cards come in two packages.Photo: Photo: The tin containes keep growing.... They didn't have the smaller containers used in the physical proof in sufficient numbers, so I chose to upgrade to the bigger ones, rather than delaying more. They still fit easily into the box, so there is no negative impact.Photo: Photo: Photo: I put the chips into the bag that held the wooden components.Photo: Photo: Photo: Quick reference cards come in 6 colors, one per player. The left ones show one side, the right ones show the other side.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Set up for a four player game. Each player actually gets 4 event cards, not 3 as in the picture. After I set up the game, I wanted to roll the die, and realized it was missing. Oops.Photo: A few years in (this is a set up, not a real game). I pulled a die from the physical proof. This is the die that will be in the game. If you look closely, the business school took some damage. I am pretty sure this happened after unpacking, but I mentioned it to Panda, too, so they can check.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: All the cards. Check out the other albums to view each card individually