News for July 2011
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Announcing the Free Fall Event card for Android the board game
Free Fall | Published 06 July 2011

The future depicted in the board game Android is a delicate balance between hope and desolation. Its immersive atmosphere is a combination of a recent civil war, class divisions, and ethical dilemmas. This complex setting is further delineated through Android’s unique Event card mechanic. Event cards represent events that take place in the Greater New Angeles region during the investigation players are tasked with.

Anyone who has enjoyed Android’s narrative experience, as well as anyone who loves good science fiction, will enjoy the rich and captivating landscape of Free Fall. Now this upcoming novel can even become a part of your games of Android through the Free Fall Event card!

On the case

Captain of Detectives Rick Harrison’s hunt for a murderer in New Angeles contains many dramatic and exciting events, and now you can include one of them in your games of Android. Your printed copy of Free Fall will feature a form in the back of the book that you can fill out and mail in for the exclusive Event card. (This offer excludes electronic copies and is available only to customers who pick up the paperback version.)

This Event card entitled “We’re tracking you in free fall” will make the Beanstalk a dangerous place to be...

The thin line between man and machine

Free Fall is the first novel based in the dystopian world of Android, written by New York Times bestselling author William H. Keith. In Free Fall it is the future, and murder is still an all-too-common occurrence. When an influential lawyer is brutally murdered at the top of the Beanstalk, Earth’s towering exoatmospheric elevator used for interplanetary trade, Captain of Detectives Rick Harrison finds himself on the hunt for a killer. At the center of a deep conspiracy, Harrison’s investigation leads him from the megapolis of New Angeles to the moon base of Heinlein and face to face with a question he never expected: what is the true definition of humanity?

The Beanstalk, the Earth, and the Moon

If you’ve never had the chance to experience this intriguing board game...

Android is a board game set in the distant future in which 3-5 players take on the roles of competing investigators attempting to solve a case and unravel a conspiracy amidst their own personal struggles. Played against the backdrop of two cities, New Angeles and the Moon colony of Heinlein, investigators must learn the lay of the land, avoid threats and temptations alike, and weigh their options as their own personal story unfolds, all while on the hunt for a killer. In this engrossing journey where balance is crucial and every choice has repercussions, will you be the first to crack the case?

Don’t miss out on more previews in the coming weeks, and pre-order Free Fall today!

Free Fall is the first novel based on Fantasy Flight Games’s Android, and it tells a story of murder and conspiracy in a dystopian future. This rich universe is masterfully brought to life by New York Times Bestselling author William H. Keith, winner of the H.G. Wells Award and multiple Origins awards, and the celebrated author of over 150 novels, short stories, and other published works.

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algi
Published: 8/25/2011 10:45:39 PM
#7

 I'd like to know that, too. If I order the paperback in Hungary , can I order the card, too?

el Igore
Published: 7/7/2011 4:46:57 PM
#6

Will this card be available outside of the US, too? Specifically in Germany?

Winter324
Published: 7/7/2011 2:36:27 PM
#5

hey JJ, in the FFG Book catalog there is a listing for a first of a trilogy set in 'Android' coming in November.  So who knows maybe that means at least three more cards!

sepayne7l
Published: 7/6/2011 7:05:47 PM
#4

Just another reason to buy the book. Like I needed more encouragement.

JerusalemJones
Published: 7/6/2011 5:31:36 PM
#3

Whoo hoo! Now let's see some POD love for Android!

Alexca1
Published: 7/6/2011 5:15:10 PM
#2

I knew it, I knew it, I knew it. Just like the Arkham Horror novel. Oh, right, someone else thought of it first and I concured. Ha... LOL

talismanisland
Published: 7/6/2011 4:08:20 PM
#1

 Free extra stuff for your games is always a plus point! With this and the bonus card for Arkham Horror it's all looking rather cool. I hope there are more freebies planned :)

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