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Now you can jump into the action of the Back to the Future movies, with this ingenious new time travel card game. Your mission is to make sure pivotal events are not changed by other time travelers before time travel itself gets un-invented. Using a unique, patented game mechanic for simulating time travel, Andrew Looney now puts you in the driver's seat of the famous DeLorean. In this game you are a time traveler, a descendant of one of the characters in the Back to the Future movies. Unfortunately, other time travelers have been tampering with events in your past, endangering your very existence. You must put things back in the ways that seem right to you, then stop Doc Brown from ever inventing time travel, which will freeze reality the way you need it to be, once and for all. The game is played entirely with cards, but has the feel of a board game since important events are represented by a special grid of 24 cards called the TimeLine.
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This game is more fun the more people you have playing the game. The directions took a couple minutes to understand, but once we got the hang of it, the game was fun. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Blast from the Past
Fun and interesting game, but haven't played many times yet to see if it gets oldPublished 4 months ago by AI
Awesome for fans of the movies and the card game Chrononauts. Now out of print.Published 5 months ago by M. SANDER
Awesome game. The box is only the size of two decks of cards side by side (which this is).Published 7 months ago by Keith S.
This game is very fun. I've played it so much since I've gotten it that I've sort of worn myself out on it.Published 10 months ago by MeadWill
The games is EXTREMELY complex. However if you are a true hardcore fan and you have the IQ to get through the instructions then the games is a lot of fun to play. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Neil Archiblad