Our second game that will soon be published is Oh Poo! The past few weeks our graphic designer has been working at creating a great looking set of cards and game box.
TD Bauer here. I felt the need to explain Asgard Gamewerks’ tagline, “Big Games In Small Packages“. I’ve admitted it here; I’m new to tabletop gaming. It was late summer 2019 when I began to develop an interest in tabletop games after I played Pandemic.
Pandemic was my gateway game. Before too long I was buying other games but took a liking to those in the smaller packages that played fast and were easy to learn.
In part one of Start Your Own Indie Tabletop Game Business I covered some basic topics of game ideas, game design, game development, and whether to self publish or find a publisher. I took you through my own simple process of how I went about doing things as I worked on my first game; Mint Tin Treasure Hunter.
If you enjoy playing tabletop games you likely had thoughts about designing and making your own board game. For me it started with having an idea for a quick and easy card game. As I fleshed out the game mechanics and theme my mind started to think about getting it made and then published. That led me to think about starting my own indie tabletop game business.
I wanted to take a moment and touch base with the friends and family who have been following our progress in this hobby venture Nancy and I have undertaken.
Currently we have one game, Mint Tin Treasure Hunter, that has been prototyped and we think it looks great. We have one game, Oh Poo, that is currently going through the graphic design process, and we hope to have that sent off for prototyping by mid February. Another game, The Lost City of K’aak’ Tuucha, which will be our first game played using a board game, is still having art created for it.