- Firstly, it’s a cross between a trading card game and a dice game, where the cards attach to the faces of the dice.
- Secondly, it’s open source, so everyone who plays it is encouraged to change the design of everything as much as they like.
- Thirdly, we’re giving it away for free!
It’s called Pop, Lock ‘n’ Rooooll. You should go back it on Kickstarter now, go on, please.
We set it going last Wednesday (NZ time) and so far we are doing reasonably well, we've got 14% of our 5k total. We also got ourselves some start backers:
Jane McGonigal made a pledge and tweeted about us, which isn't something she does lightly.
Peter Adkison also threw us a few shekels (his words) and as the man who spotted the potential of Magic: The Gathering I find that particularly encouraging. I should also note he has his own Kickstarter campaign running, which you should check out after you give us some money.
Of all the projects I've worked on over 18 years of game making this is the one I’m most excited about. We might be talking about a print and play game, which you have to get the scissors and glue out for (it doesn’t take long to make) but this kind of thing is the future – mass production of unique items is where it’s at kids!
Freedom, NOT freemium!