We got in our samples of the metal coins for SeaFall and wanted to show you all!

These coins come free with any pre-order of SeaFall from PlaidHatGames.com, but they are also available for purchase separately. Over 100 metal coins to replace the cardboard coins that come in the SeaFall game box. (If you are already ordering SeaFall from us, there is no need to add these as well since you'll be getting a set automatically, unless you want an additional set.)

Set Contents:

    • 34 gold ('10') coins
    • 32 silver ('5') coins
    • 42 bronze ('1') coins

 

 If you haven't been following along, designer Rob Daviau has been releasing previews about the game every Tuesday. Catch up now, and find a number of other SeaFall links below as well. 

Previous Designer Notes:

SeaFall Links


Comments


CupidsArt commented:

*SQUEAK*

Posted on 2016-05-31.

jayelbird commented:

What packaging do the coins come in?

Posted on 2016-05-31.

BTBAM commented:

Bags.

Posted on 2016-05-31.

Classicsmiley commented:

Plastic bags, or cloth?

Posted on 2016-05-31.

BTBAM commented:

Plastic bags.

Posted on 2016-05-31.

Classicsmiley commented:

Thanks.
What's interesting is that in the picture of the pile of coins, they almost look plastic...

Posted on 2016-05-31.

joepinion commented:

Brian was showing them to me on Skype and they were making quite a metallic sounding "clink" in his hands. :)

Posted on 2016-06-01.

Ira commented:

What is the weight of a single coin? Is it heavier, lighter, or the same as a quarter? I'm assuming it's lighter, but I'm wondering how much lighter. Thanks!

Posted on 2016-06-01.

BTBAM commented:

3g, 4.0g, 4.2g.

Posted on 2016-06-01.

Ira commented:

Thanks for the lightning fast reply! For comparison to anyone else reading this thread, here are some approximate weights for US currency:
Penny = 2.5 g
Nickel = 5.0 g
Dime = 2.3 g
Quarter = 5.7 g

Thanks again!

Posted on 2016-06-01.

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