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A Board Game set in the Android Universe about a run at Titan Transnational Bank. It was published in April of 2016 by Fantasy Flight Games.

Official Description[]

In Android: Mainframe, you and up to three opponents become elite cybercriminals known as runners. When the mainframe and fortunes at Titan Transnational Bank are suddenly compromised, it's time for you to go to work. But it turns out that you're not the only runner who has been alerted to Titan's woes, and that means you're not the only runner in Titan's servers. It's time to show your competitors what you can do: execute your programs, establish access points and partitions, and seize control of the mainframe.

Easy to learn and hard to master, Android: Mainframe typically plays in less than half an hour, and its six different identities provide six distinct approaches to the challenges of accessing and securing Titan's vulnerable accounts. With more than ninety partitions and a total of seventy-five programs, Android: Mainframe is a thriling, high-powered trip into the future of cybercrime!

Android: Mainframe includes:

  • 1 Game Board
  • 75 Cards
  • 48 Tokens
  • 95 Plastic pieces
  • 1 Rulebook


Players can control the following characters:


    • Game Design: Jordi Gené and Gregorio Morales
    • Graphic Design: José Gil
    • Playtesters: Ariadna Adell, Òscar Anguila, Montse Angulo, Gabriel Costoya, Carles Fenoy, Rubén Fernández, Marta Gené, Víctor Gené, Julio Martínez, César Sánchez, Laura Xifra, and the infamous Busanya Penthouse Gaming Club.
    • Special thanks to Maria José Jaime, Cristina Fernández, and César Sánchez.
    • Game Development: Damon Stone
    • Producer: Molly Glover
    • Android World Creation: Kevin Wilson with Daniel Lovat Clark
    • Android Story Team: Daniel Lovat Clark, Michael Hurley, Lukas Litzsinger, Katrina Ostrander, and Zoë Robinson
    • Graphic Design: Duane Nichols with Christopher Hosch
    • Graphic Design Manager: Brian Schomburg
    • Interior Art: Bruno Balixa, Crystal Ben, Madeline Boni, Christina Davis, Adam S. Doyle, Viktoria Gavrilenko, Mauricio Herrera, Lili Ibrahim, Anna Ignatieva, Zefanya Maega, Andrew Mar, Mashuri, Ed Mattinian, Mike Nesbitt, Chris Newman, Kate Niemczyk, Eko Puteh, Adam Schumpert, Seage, Mariusz Siergiejew, Liiga Smilshkalne, Mark Anthony Taduran, Sandara Tang, RC Torres, Jen Zee, and Matt Zeilinger
    • Managing Art Director: Andy Christensen
    • Editing and Proofreading: Adam Baker, Chris Meyer, and Derek Tokaz
    • Production Management: Jason Beaudoin and Megan Duehn
    • Board Game Manager: Steven Kimball
    • Executive Game Designer: Corey Konieczka
    • Executive Producer: Michael Hurley
    • Publisher: Christian T. Petersen
    • Playtesters: Brad Andres, Erik Dahlman, Nate French, Chris Gerber, Kelsy Stone, Mark Larson, Lukas Litzsinger, and Matt Newman

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