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Sensible Object launches second Beasts of Balance Kickstarter campaign

Published on: 11th July 2017

Campaign launches 8am BST and 3am EST on 11th July, and ends 7th August.

Beasts of Balance is a game of dexterity, strategy and creation. Players can play solo or with friends to build worlds and reach high scores by stacking Artefacts into towers. Everything added to the tower interacts with a world that evolves on a wirelessly connected digital device. To succeed, players have to keep their tower and the ecosystem of their world in balance, stacking all 24 pieces and caring for the virtual beasts they create.

This year’s campaign introduces a series of expansions to Beasts of Balance, including a new competitive gameplay mode known as Battles and new physical pieces to collect. Battles gives players a new way to play with the 24 pieces in the core game, adding more depth, variety and value.

Alex Fleetwood, founder and CEO of Sensible Object, commented: “We had an incredible experience with Kickstarter last year. 18 months ago, we were a start-up team with nothing but a prototype. Thanks in large part to the support of the Kickstarter platform and its community, we were able to bring this ambitious, groundbreaking game to life. Having shipped the game on time to an amazing response, we’re ready to take things to the next level. Our players and backers have been hungry for new ways to play and new pieces to collect, and we can’t wait to share our work with them.”

The Kickstarter Backers will receive their copies of Beasts of Balance within 90 days of the end of the campaign, and all new expansions and add-ons in spring 2018.

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