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Terracotta Army by Board&Dice Coming Soon

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  Board&Dice revealed the cover art and additional information about their upcoming game Terracotta Army by designers Przemysław Fornal and Adam Kwapiński, and a solo mode by Dávid Turczi. Terracotta Army is an area majority and worker placement game where players work together to build armies of terracotta statues with the player earning the most victory points being declared the winner. "Emperor Qin Shi Huang has passed away. To protect him in the afterlife, a great army in the form of statues of faithful warriors must be assembled to stand guard in the Emperor's tomb. You will be among those tasked with building this magnificent army. In Terracotta Army, you represent talented craftsmen and artists laboring to build the wondrous assembly of statues." During the game, players collect resources, upgrade their workers, and seek favor with the emperor's advisors. The goal is to play a crucial role in the process of creating the terracotta army, and each player'

Wonder Woman Film Could Be Bigger Than "Man of Steel"


I just read an interesting article over at Daily Finance about how Wonder Woman could possible outsell Batman and Superman. The belief is they can entice multiple demographics like women, comic books, and mythology. Women based heroines have netted large box office hits as of late, and the Mythological and Fantasy genre is also doing well. Some recent movies that fit this growing interest are; The Hunger Games, Percy Jackson, The Hobbit, Clash of the Titans, 300, Kick Ass, Pixar's Brave, Black Widow in The Avengers and more.



"...The Amazon princess could out-earn Man of Steel if given a real chance by Warner executives, says Fool contributor Tim Beyers..."
"The right story would take advantage of the viewing public's fascination not only with Greek mythology but also powerful women. Look at The Hunger Games. Jennifer Lawrence's appeal as bow-wielding heroine Katniss Everdeen earned nearly $700 million at the worldwide box office for Lions Gate..."
"Greek myths haven't done as well, but there's clearly an audience to be found. Sam Worthington's portrayal of Perseus in Warner's remake of Clash of the Titans and sequel Wrath of the Titans has earned about $800 million worldwide on a $275 million two-film production budget."
"Zack Snyder's 300, based on the Frank Miller-written graphic novel about the Battle of Thermopylae, earned $465 million for Warner on a much smaller budget: $65 million, according to Box Office Mojo..."
Watch the video below and read the whole article at Daily Finance.

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