Kickstarter Advanced: What I Did Differently

Kickstarter Advanced: What I Did Differently

Legendary Creatures is my sixth board game Kickstarter, but that doesn’t mean I’m running the campaign the same way I did last year with Herbaceous…

Kickstarter Basics: When to Launch

Kickstarter Basics: When to Launch

Creators are always wondering when to launch their Kickstarters. When during the year, when during the month, when during the week, and even what hour…

Q&A: Randy Hoyt – A Developer’s Journey

Q&A: Randy Hoyt – A Developer’s Journey

Randy Hoyt is founder and owner of Foxtrot Games. He started as a Designer/Publisher Kickstarter creator, but has since partnered with Renegade Games and found…

Q&A: Peter Vaughan – From KS to Board Game Professional

Q&A: Peter Vaughan – From KS to Board Game Professional

Peter Vaughan is founding member of the League of Gamemakers, designer, Kickstarter creator, and currently the Director of Development at Breaking Games. We chat about…

Kickstarter Advanced: People You Can Hire

Kickstarter Advanced: People You Can Hire

To design a game, run a Kickstarter, fulfill, and publish a game takes a ton of skills. For your first Kickstarter, you are probably doing…

Another Perspective on Being a Publisher

Another Perspective on Being a Publisher

Yesterday, Grant Rodiek – founder of Hyperbole Games – wrote an excellent article about his struggles as an indie board game publisher: “So, you want…

Kickstarter Basics: Making a Video

Kickstarter Basics: Making a Video

If you are making a Kickstarter, you are going to have to make a video. Two in fact: One to headline your campaign and one…

Rayguns and Rocketships

Rayguns and Rocketships

Introduction by Luke Laurie Our regular readers may remember a feature in which guest author Bryan Merlonghi described his experience entering the tabletop game industry…

Kick-restarters

Kick-restarters

Four years ago, I put Corporate America up on Kickstarter. Like many first time creators, I made a lot of mistakes: the overall goal was…

Play Games!

Play Games!

Want to make great games? Play great games! This is a short reminder why it is so important. Play Games!

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