Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Win a copy of the Armor of God!


Here's your chance to win a copy of my very first self-published game, the Armor of God!! All you have to do is become a follower of this blog or a fan of the Facebook page for this blog (both of which can be found over in the right hand column). That's it!! On December 1st a drawing will be held. I will then send that person a copy of the Armor of God, just in time for Christmas. So, if you become both a follower and a fan, then you are entered twice into the drawing!!! Pretty simple.

To introduce the game a little more, I created a short How-To video that explains how the game is played.



The video can also be downloaded here on the archive.org website.


You can also check out the boardgamegeek page for the Armor of God (here). There isn't a whole lot there just yet, but eventually there will be more. And, if you would like to check out the rules, you can get a copy here.


Lastly, the game is currently up for sale on the Game Crafter website (here), for anyone who would like to get their hands on a copy.
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4 comments:

Mark "LDS music" Hansen said...
November 11, 2009 at 9:21 AM

Hey, Mike. I'm excited that you've gotten "Armor" published, even if self-published. I'm also very excited that you found the "cafepress.com" of gaming! I'll be looking into that.

Anyway, partly to help out, and partly just 'cause Armor is such a fun game, I blogged about it: http://moboy.blogspot.com/2009/11/games-of-zion-armor-of-god.html

Mike said...
November 11, 2009 at 9:26 AM

Thanks Mark. I appreciate your good words about the Armor of God. This version is a bit different from the one you played with your sons, but it's still a lot of fun!

Don said...
November 11, 2009 at 10:22 AM

Mike, this is exciting and I am hopeful you have great success with it. From the video it looks like it is professionally done and looks like a lot of fun.

Don Wells

Mike said...
November 11, 2009 at 11:46 AM

Thanks
It looks so good because Tony shared his art with me. He's been a big help.

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