Why? Well, last year, we published the cooperative, comic-book themed card game, Sentinels of the Multiverse, and released it at Gen Con! Since then, we have received a lot of great attention. Tom Vasel of The Dice Tower called us the #1 game of Gen Con 2011, and then, Sentinels of the Multiverse was named […]
From GenCon 2011 until just recently, companies have decided that dicefests are the new deck builders. We’ve seen Elder Sign, Quarriors, Bears!, Martian Dice, and now King of Tokyo come to fruition, and I’m quite excited that publishers are finally realizing that deck building has been done to death.
The year is 1947 and the great war that began eight years ago has yet to end. Instead, the massive conflict stretches around the globe and only a handful of countries have managed to hang on to relative neutrality. As it has grown larger, old alliances have been broken and new ones have formed. The […]