Mega Man: The Board Game Kickstarter Succeeds with Over 415K in Funding

Mega Man: The Board Game concludes with over $415K raised, double its original goal.

The Kickstarter campaign for Jasco Games' officially licensed Mega Man: The Board Game came to an end over the weekend, grossing a total of $415,041. The project was backed by 2,639 Mega Man fans, and those who pledged $70 or more can expect the game in October of this year.

The board game hit Kickstarter last month and quickly exceeded its initial goal for $70,000 in funding, achieving many of its stretch goals in the process, including additional fully colored game pieces and cards. The stretch goals also include seven alternative poses for Mega Man, and some fancy Kickstarter-exclusive golden game pieces, including Cut Man, Rush, Roll, and more.

The standard version of Mega Man: The Board Game comes with boss boards and cards, challenge tokens, minion tokens, player cards, and more. Game pieces for Dr. Wily, Cut Man, Guts Man, Bomb Man, Elec Man, Ice Man, Fire Man, and Mega Man are also included. The deluxe bundle adds Time Man, Oil Man, extra Mega Man pieces, and other perks.

Jasco Games is also allowing those interested to continue donating to the project via Paypal, despite the Kickstarter campaign ending. Additional funding will go towards unlocking even more stretch goals for the board game. For more details on Mega Man: The Board Game and what it comes packaged with, visit the Kickstarter page, or check out the video below for the basics on playing the game.  

Published Jan. 20th 2014
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  • GLSupportTech
    I need to be on Kickstarter more often - how did I miss this?!
  • Federico Senence
    Featured Contributor
    I'm very interested in this game. I missed out on the Kickstart but will be keeping an eye out for the release. I think more classic video games should get a table top/board game make over!

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