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The Android: Netrunner Core Rules and Tournament Rules Are Now Online
|Android: Netrunner The Card Game | Published 06 August 2012|
Welcome to the high-stakes cyberstruggles of Android: Netrunner The Card Game! Over the past several weeks, we’ve looked at the game from the points of view of both the Corporation and Runner. We’ve explored the actions available to both sides each turn, and we’ve looked at the high-stakes gambles players take while advancing agendas and taking runs.
Today, you can run even deeper and access the Android: Netrunner support page to download the game’s core rules (pdf, 13.5 MB). If the recent reviews of clicks, credits, ice, and runs have whetted your thirst for knowledge, you’re just a couple links away from rezzing the full rules.
Tinker to Succeed
Once you’ve explored the core rules, you can take the next step, bypass the next ice, and download the official Android: Netrunner tournament rules (pdf, 1.4 MB). These provide you all the information you need to prepare for participation in an Android: Netrunner tournament, and we look forward to many future tournaments.
The game’s inaugural Icebreaker tournament at Gen Con Indy has already sold out, but you can expect you’ll have plenty of chances to play in other tournaments. In fact, interested parties can register now for the FFG World Championship Weekend and the chance to participate in the first ever Android: Netrunner The Card Game World Championship tournament!
Both of these rules documents are available on the Android: Netrunner support page, where we’ll post other game-related support documents when appropriate. In the meantime, as you eagerly await the game’s release at Gen Con Indy, you can look forward to previews of the game’s Corporate and Runner identities, as well as a chance to unlock a complete list of all the cards in the Android: Netrunner Core Set!
Based on the classic card game designed by Richard Garfield, Android: Netrunner The Card Game is a game for two players set in the dystopian future of Android. It pits monolothic megacorps against subversive netrunners in a high-stakes struggle for the control of valuable data.