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Which Publisher for Flickago?

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Jeremiah_Lee
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Flickago Board - Low Res

Flickago - http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/41228

I just got my first rejection for Flickago, and now that I've played the game over-and-over-and-over while waiting for the response from the first publisher, I'm more certain that the game can find a place in the published-game world.

So, having come to this thought, I want to send the game the -right- publisher.

This is a flicking game with 15 discs (slightly smaller than Pitchcar), and one board (about 13" x 21" as of now). Here's the theme: Three Inspectors have come to Chicago, and your gang wants to make sure they don't get any information about the family. The same thought has occurred to your nemesis, and you've both gathered your family and those loyal to you, ready for a fight.

Any thoughts on a publisher that would fit?

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Did you get any responses to

Did you get any responses to your survey? If the theme wasn't gangsters I would suggest OTB. Perhaps Z-man games.

good luck!

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OTB was my first thought as

OTB was my first thought as well... and obviously if you turn it into UNDEAD gangsters, you could try Twilight Creations.

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Response to Survey

I did have some, although just a limited number, of responses to the publisher data survey. It's not really enough information to use in any real way, but it's a start. I'm adding my submissions to it, and hopefully over time we'll have some sense of who's fast and who's slow.

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OTB actually saw, and turned down, an earlier version of the game. I wonder how I can tell if things have changed enough to give them another try.

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I've had quick responses from Z-Man in other areas, I might give them a try next.

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Z-Man is superb at

Z-Man is superb at communication via email, but my experience has been that their prototype queue is quite long.

Reiver games might also welcome a dexterity-based game to their line-up, since they don't have one yet.

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Thanks for input

Thanks for the note about Zev's prototype queue, that's nice to know. I think I'll give OTB another go, and then send it to Reiver if OTB doesn't bite.

Then, if that doesn't work out I'll probably go after Z-Man, although I already have one game in their prototype queue, so I'll have to wait for that one to come through first.

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