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Vancouver board-game company survives Unsettled year

By , Columbian Associate Editor
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Part of the board game Unsettled sits on a table at the Orange Nebula office in Vancouver. Last month, the company launched another <a href="https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/orangenebula/unsettled-board-game-all-new-content?ref=76qu11&gclid=CjwKCAiApfeQBhAUEiwA7K_UH8Y7qz5lFk0hekCdTB2utIU4UBlgxujiDsYSDGntyN4AZeeR5ctJ4xoCUCQQAvD_BwE ">Kickstarter</a> to raise money for another round of printing of Unsettled. As of Tuesday, it's raised more than $1.19 million, supported by 8,847 people.
Part of the board game Unsettled sits on a table at the Orange Nebula office in Vancouver. Last month, the company launched another Kickstarter to raise money for another round of printing of Unsettled. As of Tuesday, it's raised more than $1.19 million, supported by 8,847 people. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Inside “Shipping Container No. 3” on a ship outside the Port of Los Angeles, the first-ever stock of Orange Nebula’s new game Unsettled sat waiting for months in the middle of 2021.

Back then, Orange Nebula, a Vancouver board-game company, was dealing with extreme hardships from the pandemic as their much-anticipated games were stalled at the port.

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