Thoughts on Product Size
We have been working on 3 separate games lately.
Well, there are plenty of options out there. I mean, just go look at the box options at TheGameCrafter.com for a list of possibilities. Plus, there is always a "no box" option, and a Print'n'Play option. When we really started thinking about it, though, a spark hit. What if all our games were in one sized box? What if we made that a "signature" of what we do? What if we had a table at a convention and the entire table have all these game boxes and they were all the same size?
Kind of exciting thoughts, quite honestly. In fact, so exciting, that it made for more thoughts.
All of these and more are still floating in our head. But here's some general thoughts about shoving everything in one box size.
Progress So Far
So far... it has been great. We've redesigned Siege of Tyler City to fit in the box. We've had the chance to expand some of the components in Birthday Fairy Wish Race to move closer to the price cap. We've even done a streamlined version of our RPG that fits onto cards (that's been incredibly fun). There are even notebooks of possible ways to fit other, previously released games into this new box-size and price point. We'll see if it "fits", but right now, a single line-wide product size is fun to design around and in. Here's hoping it looks as cool on a table as we envision.
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