Indiana-manufactured game debuts at GenCon

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. -- GenCon, "The Best Four Days in Gaming," features thousands of games attendees can check out, but there's one that's different from all the others.

"Terraforming Mars" by Stronghold Games made its debut at the gaming convention and is manufactured right here in Indiana! German company LUDO FACT recently required Jessup Paper Box in Lafayette, and Terraforming Mars is the first game manufactured after the acquisition.

LUDO FACT USA General Manager Butch Huber and President of Stronghold Games Stephen Buonocore stopped by the FOX59 studios to tell us more about manufacturing a game in the U.S., and of course, more about Terraforming Mars itself.

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