More Than One Interesting Thing Up on Star City Games!

If you have been to 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 😉


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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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