That Time You Killed Me: an abstract game of time and murder!

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That Time You Killed Me some point in Spacetime!

Now announcing That Time You Killed Me - an abstract game of time and murder!

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That Time You Killed Me is a narrative game that introduces new scenarios with unique rules and components as you play. As with any game about mucking about across time, you must play through this content in a strict, unalterable order. Play through 4 different Chapters, each with its own rules and components and increasing difficulty!

All pre-orders placed through our website or participating game stores will include a promo envelope full of SECRETS (and possibly more Spacetime hijinx).

Game info:
  • 2 players
  • 15-30 min
  • Ages 10+
  • $40 MSRP
  • Designer: Peter C. Hayward; Illustrator: Jor Ros
  • Mechanics: Grid movement, push/slide pieces, multiple maps
  • Release date: TBA / Pre-orders open: now
You and your opponent are rival time travelers trying to erase each other from history. To prove you are the one true inventor of time travel, you must use your invention to find your enemy in time and murder them - before they get you!

Unfortunately, since your enemy has strewn many copies of themself across the timeline, you may have to do the terrible deed many, many times before it sticks. Just make sure you don't get erased first!

You may have noticed us teasing fragments of this cover over the past few weeks, asking y'all to piece together the secret message hidden within. What started as a fun way to sneak spoilers onto the timeline morphed into an activity that people tried to solve each week. Anyone who solved the message is taken to a special landing page on our website with... well, you'll have to solve it to find out for yourself!
llustrator Jor Ros did such a beautiful job on this game. However, most of the art is revealed as you progress through the game, unlocking new content in the rulebook, boxes, and....other places (!!!).

We curated a few pieces to use as downloadable phone backgrounds that gives you a peek into what's in store, though it probably doesn't answer your questions about gameplay!

Elephants? Trees? Omnipotent hands? The answer is yes.
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  • Where is the preorder link for this one?

    Michelle on

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