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An elegant pattern-matching game of strategy and constellations, for 2-6 players. May the stars align for you. Projects of Earth.
285 backers pledged CA$ 10,035 to help bring this project to life.

January Update

Posted by CSE Games (Creator)

Hey guys,

Hope everyone is doing well. Sorry for the delay on this update. It's been a super-busy time here at CSE, coming off the holiday rush and we have NY Toy Fair coming up in a few weeks.

Speaking of which, if you are attending NY Toy Fair, come visit us at booth #6938.

As you have probably noticed, we have just sent a survey through KS to confirm your addresses. Please reply back as quickly as you can. If you are planning a move in the next few months, please take that into consideration.

Overall, we are happy to report that we are nicely ahead of schedule for the production of Gridstones: Night Sky.

Below are a few samples of the astrophotography that will be used for the Shooting Star cards. Please send us some suggestions of what you'd like to see.

We are also very happy to report that we have confirmed distribution for Gridstones: Night Sky in the US and Canada. We are also working on a few options for international distribution.

In our next update, we have updated box art and some more goodies to show you.

Thanks as always for your support.


Fabio Del Rio & the Gridstones gang

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    1. CSE Games 3-time creator on

      Hey folks, just a quick note that we will have a nice update for you next week. Been real busy here the last few weeks, and we’re super excited to bring this project to you. Hang in there.

    2. Dave Nattriss

      No news for seven weeks? 😔

    3. BigRedGamer

      Awesome to hear you are ahead of schedule. Looking forward to playing this. Great pictures. Not sure where you can source them from but official nasa pictures would be a cool addition.