We are holding the official release party on April 4th, 2015, in Roll2Play, a fine gaming store in Coppell, Texas. The party is from 11 am to 5 pm, and everyone is welcome, not just backers! The Roll2Play website is, unsurprisingly, roll2play.com and their address is
150 S. Denton Tap Road
Coppell, TX 75019
We'll have Cthulhu Wars, plus prototypes of the expansions and upcoming games.
Bring the Proof-of-Purchase token from your copy of Cthulhu Wars – show it to us and it’s good for a free smoothie! And free food!
Meet the team! Get your game signed by Sandy Petersen, or Richard Luong, or Rob Atkins, or all three. Get the dirt on upcoming projects. Play the expansions and the new games (including Theomachy, Gods War, and more). Or just have fun and hang out eating chicken wings and spring rolls and sucking on your fruit smoothie!
Rest of World has been sent!
Finally, all the packages are on their way. Whew! We are excited to move on from to the next stage of Cthulhu War’s development.
If any backer has trouble with a shipment, please contact our help cultist at firstname.lastname@example.org Many backers have been messaging me directly using Kickstarter. Usually all I do is forward the message to email@example.com so you actually get faster service by skipping me.
If you are in the Americas, you have probably gotten your package. Maybe 2-3% are still in the pipeline so don’t despair if you're one of the select few still waiting. It's a-coming!
The majority of European backers have now gotten their games, though there is still about 10% who have not. Unfortunately, due to a misunderstanding, you will get your packages without tracking numbers, for which we apologize. They will still get there.
In parallel news, the Theomachy Kickstarter campaign is still going strong – we just opened up the new Cosmic Pledge, which includes all add-ons, including the new Aztec pantheon. We hope to hit our next stretch goal by the end of the week, which will add (free of cost) the Nightmare pantheon of Lovecraft gods.
New Sandy Petersen Interview
Tom Grant interviewed me recently – here are links to it: