THE WORLDS OF ANDROID PREMIUM
The Worlds of Android Pre-Order Premium offers collectors unsurpassed access to the immense diversity of human experience in the futuristic, fictional universe made famous by Android: Netrunner and the Android board game. More than a book, it's a hi-rez look at the Android universe that comes complete with androids, space elevators, and a human touch:
- One hardbound copy of The Worlds of Android signed by Android universe co-creator Dan Clark.
- An exclusive playmat featuring Amelie Hutt's stunning depiction of the New Angeles skyline
- Four high-quality art prints with visionary work by David Nash, Liiga Smilshkalne, Matthew Zeilinger, and Timothy Ben Zweifel
Altogether, The Worlds of Android Pre-Order Premium is the closest you can come to jacking directly into the Network and sifting through corporate archives for all their darkest secrets and most profitable projects. But it's only available for a limited time, so be certain to pre-order your copy now!
The Worlds of Android is your definitive guide to Android setting and its unique vision of the future. A beautiful, 272-page hardbound setting guide and art book, The Worlds of Android features full-color art, stunning gatefolds, and a polyphony of narrative voices that convey the immense diversity of human experience in the rich, fictional universe made famous by Android: Netrunner and the Android board game.
Mankind has spread itself out across the solar system with varying degrees of success. The Moon and Mars are colonized. A plan to terraform Mars is well underway, hindered only by a civil war that has broken out on that planet. On Earth, a massive space elevator has been built, stretching up into the sky. It is the hub of trade in the solar system, and most people refer to it as the “Beanstalk.” Enormous megacorporations, called corps by most, influence every facet of daily life: food, threedee, music, career choices.
Throughout its three sections, The Worlds of Android explores these corps and their most visionary innovations. It explores what technological advances and extraterrestrial expansion mean to a human population that no longer resides exclusively on Earth. And it explores the question of what it means to be human in a world filled with clones, bioroids, and other forms of artificial intelligence.
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