Update #9: Stretch Goals, Release News, and Blogs
Sorry for the time between updates. Ean and I continue to work hard on getting the PDF's ready. Here's the latest news about No Security!
New Stretch Goal: $7500 Unlocks a Print Edition
I've received numerous requests for a print edition of the No Security scenarios. Print was always one of the goals for Hebanon Games, but I never in million years thought we would be ready for it with our first project. Still, the demand is there, and I want everyone to know we are listening.
Here's the deal: if the Kickstarter makes it to $7500, we will publish a print-on-demand edition through Lulu. The book will be saddle-stitched, color, and cost $25 dollars. Nine days left to make it happen!
Hebanon Games has 5 separate scenarios to write, draw, and publish in the next few months, and that's before factoring in the rewards content! That's a lot of work for a company currently comprised of two people.
Ean and I plan on having everything out the door by the end of summer, but neither of us wants our backers waiting that long without a something to show for their generosity. Therefore, we've decided to tackle the tasks one at a time and release each scenario as it is finished. That means you can expect to see your first No Security scenario in the next few weeks! We are already well into the process of laying out "Bryson Springs," and we will post it on the site after just a few more editorial tweaks and art additions. You can see a preview of the PDF attached below.
Hebanon Game Blog
Hebanon Games had a great first week, and we hope all of you will keep visiting. Inspired by our own success and City of Clocks (a great project you should look into), I've posted a few musings about the trend of writing for RPG's without a specific system in mind. Come by and tell us what you think about "the systemless aesthetic."
That's all for now. Thank you again for all the support!