More Than One Interesting Thing Up on Star City Games!



If you have been to StarCityGames.com recently you have probably seen something new, different, awesome at the top of the page; no — I don’t mean my handsome face (though that is certainly awesome) — I mean the banner for SolForge, Brian Kibler’s new game, currently being promoted up on Kickstarter.

I have not played any SolForge (yet) but I intend to; well, I guess I am going to be stuck doing so actually on account of I just got all these cool future SolForge bonuses as a backer. Anyway, like I was saying, I haven’t played SolForge yet so it’s not like I can tell you it is the greatest thing since sliced bread but besides the fact that I assume it will in fact be awesome (they had Richard mother effin’ Garfield on the squad!), but as you probably know about me, I admire people who put themselves out there and do things. Kibler et al put together an ambitious goal of $250,000 and they have less than a week to get there.

At the time of this writing, SolForge is just past $224,000.

They need circa $6,000 a day to finish it out… Come on cats! I would love to see these guys get there! I just threw a couple of #TheOMG dollars SolForge-way (aka “all the cool kids are doing it”).

Oh, and while you are in the generous / buying mood, The Official Miser’s Guide is going strong, but could certainly be going $37 stronger if you know what I mean ;)

LOVE
MIKE

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#1 ridingintraffic on 09.14.12 at 6:58 am

preface: I purchased OMG and i am on day 3 and so far the content is fantastic – no complaints. However, my issue is with the final product of the audio tracks. You spoke of embracing technology but your mp3 files have terrible metadata/ID3 tagging. You have an opportunity to polish the final product and it falls short with titles like “OMG xx.output – Copy” . while it is a simple thing to fix it is that final step that should have been taken and would have only taken 15 or 20 minutes to have robust metadata and a professional looking final product. – my apologies if this comment got double posted or cross posted the facebook commenting was wonky this morning.

#2 token907 on 09.18.12 at 9:16 am

In the OMG you stress the importance of practice. I recently moved away from my play group…from Alaska to Pennsylvania. I haven’t found a new play group to test with. While I am actively searching what tips do you have for play testing alone? Can this be a viable option for improvement.

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