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My new game project on Kickstarter - Lines of Fire

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jtagmire
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I read here a lot, but I've never posted. I'm always looking for some way to mass produce a game project on a smaller level. Recently I discovered 2 things: 1. 4 color process business cards and 2. Kickstarter.com. I combined the two to make a short run version of my game, Lines of Fire.

Lines of Fire is a quick, fast paced, medieval themed battle game. You use creatures to protect your castle and attack your opponents castle using the same creatures. The mechanics are simple and the artwork is really nice. We put it on Kickstarter looking to get the additional $350.00 needed to complete the project. We managed to get enough pledges in just 4 days, which is insane. We've had a lot of support from other designers and others who have used Kickstarter before. If you haven't used it, it's a great tool for funding. You still need to push your project, but they provide you with the necessary setup to accept pledges.

The reason for this post is because we still have copies of the game on Kickstarter. The project ends on Thursday 9/30. If this is something that you may be interested in, you can get a copy of the game delivered anywhere in the USA for $15.00. Since we've passed our goal, any funds received here will help produce our next game. I'm not taking any money from this.

Thanks!! Hope to start posting here more often. I'm not too vocal, but I'm always reading.

Here's the link:
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/239309591/lines-of-fire-a-fantasy-ba...

Dralius
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Good Luck

Good Luck

jtagmire
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Thanks! Things have gone

Thanks! Things have gone really well so far, and it was completely unexpected. Having support from outside of my friends and family has been the best part.

Here's an image of the boxes with some of the components.
http://twitpic.com/2t1vvi

Redcap
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Your kid seems to act exactly

Your kid seems to act exactly like mine... "Daddy, are you making a kitten?" ... "No it's a dragon." ... "Ohhh a drabun, I love those..."

:)

jtagmire
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Haha, that's great. Yeah, my

Haha, that's great. Yeah, my daughter continued to list the rest of the animals in the game (which aren't actually in the game) but I had to keep the video short for the site. She thought the game was called "Lions of Fire" with a bear, a camel, and a tiger.

jtagmire
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And Redcap... any relation to

And Redcap... any relation to Redcap's Corner in Philly?

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No relation. My first name is

No relation. My first name is Porter and a really old math teacher of mine said, "Ohhh, like the guys who carry luggage. " He then called me redcap for several days afterwards.

jtagmire
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Haha, cool name and nickname.

Haha, cool name and nickname. Redcap's Corner is a game store in Philly that I haven't made it over to as of yet. Supposed to be a good shop.

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