Getting ready for reviews
I have to say it has been a fun filled summer and i have been super busy. We are getting ever closer to September and the start of our kickstarter campaign. Currently we are shooting for September 12th. So in the last few days I have been working hard to get all the art fixed and ready for the prototype print run. I have the play mats updated and they are looking sharp.
Next I will make the changes to the rulebook from our last edit of spelling and wording issues. This has been an ongoing process for sure. But one that is very important to get right. I had a great time on vacation and I got to met with some really great folks that i have been talking to for months and it was really neat to met with them in person and get to play hooch with them. Morgan Hillsman better know to many as @giveageekagame. We had a great time at her home game store and I was excited to meet her better half and Michael Oliver. It was great to deliver the prototype custom Hooch box to her. She was very happy to get the box and then she got to play with the custom deck that she designed The Monarchs.
We will have a few of these up fro grabs during our campaign. Each comes with your own custom Syndicate that you get to design with me. The box will get custom art as well.over all the construction of the box is very simple with a sliding top and plenty of room for your game and play mats.
I also got a chance to meet and hang out with the folks from WIBI Games. It was really interesting to get a chance to speak with them about there Kickstarter campaign that was run extremely well. I got to ask all sorts of great questions. I have taken on a few extra jobs over the last few weeks. I am currently working with TGIK Games on a card game Charge! You can read about it here. Chris has been a great guy to work with and I am super excited to get to work and their game. Being asked to do tha art for the game was great and i was thrilled to accept the project. I always take it to heart when someone asks me to do art for them. I consider it an hornor to be considered for an art project. So thank you to Chris and Adian of TGIK Games.
I also completed some work for Meltdown Games and their successful Kickstarter campaign. I was in Kansas and I was able to pick up an antique case that seemed perfect for a special job. So I contacted Doug from Meltdown Games and I completed a custom box for their game. This thing is awesome complete with medicine cabinet and boxes to hold all the cards. it I was extremely happy with the results and they were gracious enough to post up some pictures for it. I mailed it to them a few days ago and I am sure it will end up at Gen Con so if you go seek them out and maybe your can get a look at it.
Well that about wraps it up for now. Until next time!