Wednesday, January 13, 2010

January Cache Valley Board Game Meetup


Everything is set for the January Cache Valley Board Game Meet-up. It will be held on January 23rd at the Why Sound Recording Studio at 30 Federal Avenue in Logan. The meet-up will go from 10:00 am to 5:30 pm. Everyone is invited to come play games. There will be a small games library provided, but don't hesitate to bring your own games as well (here's a flier about the meet-up).

Some of us from the Game Designers of Logan group will also be there to demo our games for any interested. So come on out and join us!!
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Monday, January 11, 2010

Game Designers of Logan

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Well, the new year is upon us (has been for a while now). And the Game Designers of Logan is getting moving again!! We meet each Tuesday at Phoenix Games (thanks Paul for giving us space to meet!!): 72 W Center Street in Logan at 7 pm.

Check out our flier (here) that I'm also going to be posting on USU campus in an effor to recruit more game designers or those who would like to come and play our games. So, spread the word if you know of anyone who would be interested!
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Saturday, January 2, 2010

Happy New Year!!

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Happy New Year to all!!

As always, the new year brings resolutions that we all set. Well, one that I'm setting for the ol' blog here is to increase the Fans/Followers. So, I'm starting a Fans/Followers campaign. The way it is going to work is that for every 50 new Fans/Followers I'll hold a drawing. Every Fan/Follower will be entered into the drawing (if you are both a Fan and a Follower then you will be entered twice!). Each drawing will be for a different prize. The first drawing (which will take place once there are 100 Fans/Followers) will be for a "special edition" copy of the Armor of God. Here are some pictures of the game:





There will then be drawings at 150 Fans/Followers, 200 Fans/Followers, etc. After each drawing, the next prize will be announced. So, get on out there and spread the word.

I've also got a resolution to start my own company. It will be called Keystone Games. I'll focus mainly on publishing LDS themed games to start with. I'm not exactly sure the best way of going about starting the company. I mean, I don't have a lot of money, hence I want to start it up with the smallest amount of money possible, but still give it a good chance of success. To go along with this goal I am shooting to have at least 3 completed games done this year. That way when the company is started we'll have 3 games to show off.

What resolutions do you have for this new year?

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