Anachrony Fractures of Time and Infinity Box Upgrade Pack Unboxing Video

A look at what you get inside the Fractures of Time and Infinity Box Upgrade Pack for the time travel board game Anachrony which was funded through Kickstarter in 2020 and delivered last year.

This Anachrony Kickstarter includes upgraded components, an all new expansion for Anachrony, Game Trayz component storage trays, a big box to hold all of this and more!

A look at everything you get with Anachrony: Fractures of Time Expansion and Infinity Box

Description from the publisher:

The Infinity Upgrade Pack includes the new Fractures of Time expansion in a large, uniquely numbered box, a plastic tray system to hold all current and previous content, an art and storybook, a set of printed plastic Warp tiles, and all unlocked stretch goals. Metal Neutronium Cubes not included!

Anachrony: Fractures of Time Expansion
LaserOx Modular Tray System
55 high-quality Printed Plastic Warp Tiles
Art and Storybook

All stretch goals including:
3x Life Support Building Tiles
3x Lab Building Tiles
3x Factory Building Tiles
3x Power Plant Building Tiles
8x Upgrade Cards
4x Superproject Tiles
8x Leader Cards with reworked character art
Path-specific art and asymmetric B sides for the Fracture Device mini boards
4x Fractures of Time Starting Asset Cards
10x Additional Water Drops
3x Collapsing Capital Tiles
13x Solo Endgame Condition Cards
New Solo Variant with Expansion compatibility
New Theme Art for Solo Variant: Chronossus
Unique Numbering on Box
Metallic Paint on Box
8x Resin Time Travel and Morale Tokens
12x Plastic Paradox Tokens
Variable Anomalies Module
Future Imperfect Module (Including the Quantum Loops, Hypersync Future Actions and the Intrigues of the Council Modules)

The Infinity Upgrade Pack does not include the Exosuit Commander Pack!

Despite the fact I was blown away by the component upgrades in this box and was looking forward to exploring new ways to play Anachrony, I still haven’t taken the time to explore any of this new content. This isn’t a fault of the game but rather more due to the fact that it’s been difficult to game in person since this big box showed up on my doorstep.What’s something you’ve picked up, that you were really looking forward to that you still haven’t managed to get to the table? Tell us about it in the comments below.
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