In case you haven’t heard, there’s a convention-thingy going on somewhere near Birmingham XD
The City of Games and my boss, Mr. Frank, will be there with Boardgame Geek’s most-anticipated game of 2018 The City of Kings, as well as mini-game Vadoran Gardens, art books, and all sorts of loot. You might even get to see these new additions, as well;
Day-tickets are still available for today and tomorrow, and The City will in Hall 1 (stand D4). Go say hi!
And if that stonking great Earthshaker miniature at the back isn’t enough to entice you, then look thee at this; Ian Livingstone’s going to be there as well – the co-creator of Games Workshop and of course, the epic Fighting Fantasy gamebooks.
I don’t know whether it’s considered bad form to post reviews of your own work, but these sorts of messages from players make my day. Thank you, all – I know that I can speak for Frank, Miguel, Sara and everyone else when I say it really means the world to see other people take The City of Kings and make it their own.
In other news – the Kickstarter is now into its final day! Remember that even if you can’t back right now, you can still pledge only £1 to get access to the Pledge Manager facility (which means you’ve got another month or two to chop and change which pledge donations you might finally want).
So, sometimes things like this happen.
Two games that I have worked on get reviewed at the same time by the boys over @ Polyhedron Collider gaming podcast. And, to make it even more eye-wateringly strange they also devote half the show to talking about AD&D; a game I spent my formative years in.
If you want to hear what the inside of Ian’s head is like (which would be me, by the way), then this episode pretty much sums it up. I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing XD
A great show once again, reviewing Vadoran Gardens (the City of Games second game that is available right now over here on Kickstarter) and Rise to Nobility from Final Frontier Games shipping now.