Hello my friends!
Hand is still recovering, but I wanted to give a quick update on scheduled Copper Frog Games appearances for the remainder of 2017. Namely, we’re going to Gen Con and PAX Unplugged!
This will be the second time I’ll be at the Gaming Paper booth (#662 on your map, just to the left of the Art Show in the exhibition hall). I’m super excited to be spending the best four days in gaming running demos of Tattoo! The Game of Ink, Pigment, and more at the booth, and will be wandering a bit as well, seeing the great offerings of our hobby. Look for me in a black Copper Frog Games shirt and matching splint on my left hand!
Here’s three things I’m very excited for at Gen Con:
- The Letters Page – Live! Christopher Badell and Adam Rebottaro of Greater Than Games have created a podcast about the world of Sentinel Comics, (home of their hit card game Sentinels of the Multiverse, the Sentinel Tactics miniatures game, and the upcoming Sentinel Comics RPG), and will be recording an episode of the podcast live at Gen Con on Saturday. I’m definitely attending this, and recommend The Letters Page to all superhero lore enthusiasts. Plus, that RPG should be amazing– a slick, modern superhero RPG in the world of the Freedom Five!
- Making Friends, Making Games: Gen Con is THE place to be for showing off new titles to would-be publishers, talking shop with friends from around the country, and seeing the true might and wonder of the games industry. I’m going to be talking with publishers about some upcoming future titles from Copper Frog Games, including Seek and Go Hyde, Card Game of Fightingness, and more. Though I won’t have much in the way of prototypes available to play due to losing the summer to my splinted hand, I can’t wait to see what true legends of the games industry think of these games. Shoutout to Owen K.C. Stephens of Paizo and like 3 other companies, Chris Kirkman of DiceHateMe Games, and Jeff Gracia of Greenbrier Games for people I can’t wait to catch up with! It’s been too long.
- YOU! Gen Con becomes the home of over 60,000 gamers in the four days it takes over Indianapolis, and I can’t wait to meet every one of you. Last year we met several tattoo artists, some of which are now featured in Tattoo! The Game of Ink, and had a great time running events, demoing, and learning about the myriad gamers that make up the community I so love.
So please, stop by the Gaming Paper booth #662 any time at Gen Con, and let us know on Facebook and Twitter if you’re coming!
See you at the best four days in gaming!
We’re still waiting on final booth information for PAX Unplugged in November, so stay tuned for another post in the next month regarding that. Game on!