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Board Game – My Father’s Work

The walls were lined with iron shelves, each metal slat overfilled with glass jars containing formaldehyde and grotesque curiosities within. Pristine brass tools and refined metals of a quality I had never before laid eyes upon were strewn across sturdy slabs of rock and wood, their edges sharp with use. However, my eyes were soon drawn to a sturdy writing desk, its mahogany eaves inlaid with thin strips of copper, the center of which contained a well-worn leather-bound book. My father’s journal — passed down to me and representing years of knowledge and countless experiments. And inside that weathered tome, atop the pearly parchment oxidized yellow at its frayed edges, were the deliberate quill marks of a crazed genius outlining the ambitious project he could never complete in one lifetime — his masterwork.

Without realizing it, my hands were shaking as I clutched the book to my chest. At once, I felt an ownership and anxiety for the scientific sketches scrawled so eloquently on those frayed sheets. It was at that moment that I began my obsession: I would restore this laboratory to its former brilliance and dedicate my life to completing my father’s work!”

Hello there!

We want to show you miniatures from My Father’s Work Board Game, published by Renegade Game Studios.

In this game players take roles of competing scientists that try to accomplish their fathers masterwork by performing devious experiments. The game makes it through 3 generations and the player with the most victory points after the third generation wins. You can earn points from aiding town citizens, performing experiments, upgrading your estate and, hopefully, finishing your fathers’ Opus Magnum. 

Be careful and balance between research and experiments because when generation ends all your experiments and resources are lost to time until your child begins again with only the “Journaled Knowledge and Estate” you have willed to them.

We hope you like it and see you in the next post!

Over and out, MFW Crew

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