We will be producing 500 copies of the game. If you missed the Kickstarter but you'd like to buy one, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Each game will cost £29, plus packaging and postage (£5 within the UK, £12 for EU, £16 for the rest of the world). We're still on track to receive the... Continue Reading →
They’ve been ordered, and are in production. We thought we had them ready for ordering, but then spotted a typo...but they are done now, and might even be here by the end of the week...
I’ve started getting ready to send out the games. I have boxes and sellotape. I’ve mail merged and printed addresses. I have newspaper to pad the insides of the boxes. What I don’t have quite yet are the games. Don’t worry, I’m expecting them soon!
I have another exciting photo for you. Here are the games, just before they were loaded into some sort of cargo container thing to come here. I’m VERY excited!
The first of the swag to come through the door is the bags. They’re been here a few days, but this photo has only just gone up because Small Child No.2 gave me a rather nasty cold.
Apologies everyone. Small Child No.2 has been ill, and has probably passed it on to me... There will be a short pause while we all recover!
When Disarm the Base is finished and all sent out, I'd like to create another game. Due to the difficultly of getting boards created, I think it would be best if it was simply a card game. But what should the topic be? I have three things I've been considering: Environmental. Possibly called Rewilding, this... Continue Reading →
We're still on track to get the first games out by Christmas! We'll know more in about a month, when the game components are finished. If it's possible to get all those pieces to us in early December then we should be able to ship to you by mid-December. So...watch this space for updates.
Believe it or not, I'm missing playtesting! We're currently waiting while the game is made, and while it shouldn't take too long, it's a bit of news desert. What I miss is the early stages of game development. Getting an idea, seeing if it will work, just trying it out...that's great fun. Waiting for the... Continue Reading →