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mediafordevelopment
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I have designed some sample games for a Project at work, which is aimed at the Resettlement of Older Offenders into the community. There are 6 games or training modules which go with an Audio Drama. One is based on Snakes and Ladders, one on a suduko idea, another called trivial pursuit. The others are evaluation type tools. So far I have done a "Blue Peter" job with card and laminating etc, but would like someone to help us get a working set of games, that are in one box.
I would be grateful for any help with someone who can come in to talk to us about price, timescales etc.
We are based in london.
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Denise

Dralius
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How many are you looking to

How many are you looking to have made?

mediafordevelopment
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Quantity

We are looking for about 12 to start with for the pilot with a potential of about 200. This is small numbers as it is very specific in its requirements.

Kirioni
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Sounds like a Worthy Endeavor

I wish you all the best, as I am in the US, traveling for this project is not practical, let me know if I can be of assistance from afar.

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Board Game Mentoring

I would be more than happy to mentor you on the process of realizing your game into a production quality output. The travel is not a problem for me as I frequently travel for business. I would imagine that the costs associated with covering my travel and time would be a barrier for you. If you'd like to connect via a web conference, let me know and we can set something up.

All the best!

RK Gabhart
Driftwood Games
www.driftwoodgames.com

Dralius
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mediafordevelopment wrote:We

mediafordevelopment wrote:
We are looking for about 12 to start with for the pilot with a potential of about 200. This is small numbers as it is very specific in its requirements.

That not a practical number for traditional production models. You would need to make several thousand to even get to a reasonable unit cost. But there are other options.

Once you have the game set done I would recommend using one of the print on demand services like Superior Pod (http://superiorpod.onprintshop.com/index.html) or The Game Crafters (https://www.thegamecrafter.com/) to get them produced. Who knows there might be one in the UK I haven’t heard of.

I’m happy to give advice if you need it but I charge for design work so your current offers are your best bet unless you have a development budget. You can write me at (development (AT) pyromythgames.com) if you have any questions.

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