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#FutureThing Print-and-Play Edition

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Want to play The Thing From The Future but don’t have your deck of game cards? Hanging out on the space station or at Amundsen-Scott and eager to imagine some future things with your fellow astronauts / scientists / adventurers, but frustrated by the slow pace or total absence of postal delivery service? Just plain broke? Look no further — you can now download and print your own complete version of The Thing From the Future.

The Print-and-Play edition of The Thing From The Future contains everything you need to start playing with alternative futures — including printable cards, instructions, playsheets, and blank cards that you can customize with your own content. Simply download and print the .pdf, cut the cards (or, in a pinch, we suppose you could tear them), and start playing.

Download: FUTURETHING_Print-and-Play (.pdf)

This edition of The Thing From The Future is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-Sharealike 2.0 license.

To read more about this project or to purchase a beautiful, hard-wearing, linen-finish version of the card deck, click here.

There are 23 responses

Thing for the Future is placed in Creative commons download it at http://t.co/kK8PKpOxHT thks @futuryst #ink2015 #inklive2015 #inktalks

Comment author: @shashwatdc

RT @sitlab: We just announced at India’s @inktalks – a free downloadable edition of #FutureThing released into @creativecommons! http://t.c…

Comment author: @inktalks

RT @sitlab: We just announced at India’s @inktalks – a free downloadable edition of #FutureThing released into @creativecommons! http://t.c…

Comment author: @GabiPurri

RT @futuryst: ICYMI: Last week @sitlab released a free, downloadable edition of #FutureThing https://t.co/N0UD073Pg4 @creativecommons #INK2…

Comment author: @mdufva

RT @remotedevice: Go back to the future with our free print-n-play edition of The Thing From The Future, available now @sitlab https://t.co…

Comment author: Situation Lab (@sitlab)

RT @futuryst: ICYMI: Last week @sitlab released a free, downloadable edition of #FutureThing https://t.co/N0UD073Pg4 @creativecommons #INK2…

Comment author: @zonal

RT @sitlab: We just announced at India’s @inktalks – a free downloadable edition of #FutureThing released into @creativecommons! http://t.c…

Comment author: @jkdncn

RT @sitlab: We just announced at India’s @inktalks – a free downloadable edition of #FutureThing released into @creativecommons! http://t.c…

Comment author: @scholzet

RT @futuryst: ICYMI: Last week @sitlab released a free, downloadable edition of #FutureThing https://t.co/N0UD073Pg4 @creativecommons #INK2…

Comment author: @inktalks

RT @sitlab: @laura4lano Nice hack! Also check out the free + fully customisable print-n-play @creativecommons licensed version: https://t.c…

Comment author: @laura4lano

.@futuryst showcasing his design thinking tool #FutureThing https://t.co/PvU3B57tV6
@mckelveyf links it to Eno/Schmidt Oblique Strategies ~

Comment author: @metanymie

RT @futuryst: @AaronGerry Of course! You might also find The Thing From The Future game useful, for shorter exercises https://t.co/Vy69wAHQ…

Comment author: @lcarroli

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