We made it! Despite the obstacles we faced a couple months ago, Avoid the Void is simply too good a game to not push past the finish line. Through a lot of blood, sweat, and tears, we could not be more proud to announce the release of Avoid the Void!
To celebrate this release, for 1 week starting Monday, August 29, we're teaming up with our great friends The Game Crafter and running a Crowd Sale - better than a Kickstarter campaign, anyone who "backs" us during this week will get their game shipped to them within a couple weeks, at a substantially reduced price from retail!!
Starting Monday, August 29, and running for a week, you'll be able to place your order for Avoid the Void! Visit the Crowd Sale page, and click on the "Remind Me" link near the top right to get an email when the sale goes live!
Crowd Sales are a lot of fun, because the more copies of Avoid the Void are bought during the week, the cheaper it is for everyone! If at least one person buys Avoid the Void, the price already goes down by more than 10% from its retail price of $44.99. And the prices get better and better for each 10 copies purchased. If 100 people bought one copy of Avoid the Void each, the price would drop 35%, to under $30!
There's even more great news about the Crowd Sale...
Can't wait? Try it now!
We have a free Tabletop Simulator module for Avoid the Void - get it here! With the module you can try out the game on your own, or online with others!
As always, check out Geek Fever Games' Facebook page and sign up for our email newsletter to stay in the loop about Avoid the Void, convention appearances, and exciting news about all of our other games!
Have fun and connect with people in the same room!
Bring your family and friends to our upcoming Mid-Year event of the Connecticut Festival of Indie Games!
Saturday, September 17, 2016 from 10:00 AM - 10:00 PM, at the Newington Tabletop Shop
What's this all about?
Come play with us at the next CT Festival of Indie Games!!
More information can be found on the festival's website at www.ct-fig.com.
The fall of 2016 will be an intense ride for us!
In order, we're signed up for all of the following over September and October:
Here's what UndeadViking has to say about Avoid the Void in his video review:
"I've had a lot of fun with this one, because of its quick ruleset, quick teaching time, plus its combative nature." -UndeadViking
"This is definitely a game that I can throw into the game bag that I bring to work to play over a lunch period, because it's easy to teach, it can satisfy a large number of people, and it doesn't overlast itself." -UndeadViking
If you like what you see and hear, please consider backing our Kickstarter - we're nearing the final week!!
I always love a game where I can destroy half the board on the first turn
Robert from Purple Pawn had the opportunity to play a couple games of Avoid the Void as we were demoing it at Pax East this past weekend. He gave us one of our favorite quotes thus far! Click the Purple Pawn logo below to see the entire review, or the Kickstarter icon to see our active campaign - thanks!
Jason was featured on the From the Hip podcast, speaking out about both Geek Fever Games and the upcoming CT Festival of Indie Games!
Jason was also recently interviewed about CT-FIG by Indie Hangover!
QUESTION: Can you please describe the "Art Collector" Kickstarter tier in greater detail?
We would be happy to! We're extremely proud to offer this unique Kickstarter benefit to our backers, and we're 100% certain you will love the final product's quality.
Here's what you can expect:
Geek Fever Games began focusing on the gaming con scene a few years ago. Since that time, we've enjoyed some great success, as well as many learning experiences. Through this series of short articles we hope to give a bit of insight into our learnings and some tips & tricks. We hope you find this information useful!
This article series is broken into four key topical areas:
Part 1: Choosing the Right Cons:
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About Connecticut Festival of Indie Games
The Connecticut Festival of Indie Games celebrates independent game development in New England and neighboring regions. Our goal is to create an inclusive environment for everybody who enjoys and appreciates tabletop games in whatever shape or form. The festival seeks to support and showcase the efforts of independent game developers. We encourage attendees of our annual festival to participate and play games with their designers throughout the event. The games featured at the annual festival are innovative and refreshing, demonstrating both the budding and the established talent of game makers in the American northeast. The Connecticut Festival of Indie Games is backed by Geek Fever Games, an independent game design company in central Connecticut. The Connecticut Festival of Indie Games strives to strengthen the game development industry of New England.