My name is Randy Francisco, and I am new to the forums. I was talking to Seth during signup and he said some of you might be able to help me out. I am a web designer and amateur game designer. I am currently working on merging the two and creating a site of print and play board, dice, card, and RPG games. I am currently looking for designers to have their games showcased on the site. PayPal donations can be set up for each designer to compensate your time and effort, or if you're not looking to profit, charitable donations can be granted in lieu of the personal ones. I still have about a week or two of coding left to be done on the site before going live, but would love to launch with a wide assortment of printable board games.
If anyone is interested please let me know.
There are a lot of other features to the site to benefit board and tabletop gamers, but I won't bore you with it at this time.
I have several print and play games that I've released under open licenses. You are welcome to host them.
Sounds like a great site. I'm interested in contributing. Where do I get more details?
Sorry I had to leave town for unseen reasons, and I just walked back in the door. I will post more a little later, and reply to your responses. Thanks for the interest.
Hey guys, I just sent you both messages.
I've got a game hosted on the Geek, but I'd be interested in moving it over to your site.
I'm also interested in chatting about websites and perhaps other opportunities.
my PnP game 42 Hyperspace Expressway is already available at BGG too.
But I would still be interrested in showcasing it (and maybe one or tow other games) on your site.
I have a game I would like to display on your website.
But it requires quite a number of game material:
- game board: 4 parts each 20x20 cm
- 42 hexagonal chips
- 21 ownership cards
- 44 pay cards
- 10 chips in 6 different colours. (=60)
- 6 city stones in the shape of checkers or anything of similar size that does not roll away. (nuts like in bolts & nuts would do e.g.)
- word document with 5 pages of rules
Would that still be suitable for your website or are the chips and city stones a problem?
Hope to be hearing from you soon,
Like many of the designers here, I'm also eager to have games on another print and play site. I think the interest will be here; I just need details!