Frequently Asked Questions
In almost every sense. Shenanigans was designed and tested in its entirety without them and remains fully playable as a stand alone game. They expand existing gameplay along new dimensions. The only difference between the expansions included in this game and those associated with other games is that they're packaged together and instead of paying above the odds you'll get them for free.
Still, if you feel that an expansion has to come in a different box just think of them as something else instead. Difficultly levels? Optional rules? Modules? They're just words, it's clear that what you're getting are three sets of components and rules that expand the base game - whatever you choose to call them ;)Last updated:
You can see more of the artist on her webpage http://www.penguinslikecoffee.com/. We have fallen in love with the style she's developed for the game and are presently in negotiations about making pieces available in other forms. If you've got any suggestions please drop me a message!Last updated:
The People's Orchestra is a registered UK charity (charity no.1151321). However while we are a charity, this is not a charity project.
First and foremost this is a games project that's offering a great game at exceptional value. The project is being run by a charity and any profits the game later generates will feed back into that charity, but ultimately we're offering pledge incentives, not soliciting donations. This project is about creating, manufacturing and distributing an excellent game :)
In short: Supporting the game helps our charity work because we can print more copies as merchandise for our charity performances, but your pledge is not a charity donation. The funding goal and pledge levels are set purely on what it'll take to develop, manufacture and ship the game.Last updated:
It is because I have a prototypically beautiful face, such that any beauty you have ever seen is reflected within it. Perhaps you recognise the first time you heard a child laugh in the twinkle of my eye or maybe my hair reminds you of the feeling of warm sunlight playing across your skin the day after the end of a particularly harsh winter.
In the unlikely event that none of that is true, it could also be because this is my fourth game on Kickstarter and you've seen me in a previous KS video. I worked with a different publisher to create 404: Law Not Found, Wizard's Academy and Escape the Nightmare. Don't worry, if you're waiting for one of those projects it's still coming, I'm still working for 3DTotal, I just have two jobs. Well, two game design jobs, I do other things as well. You know what they say: If you want something done give it to a busy person!Last updated:
I'm not sure! I know that I've had lots of questions about subjects that I've answered in FAQs in previous projects, but perhaps I get them less often once I put an answer here? I'm kinda tempted to have one that when expanded is just three pages pulled out of a banned novel to see if anyone pulls me up on it.Last updated:
Presently the plan is to manufacture the game within the US. Our shipping agent will collect these games and divide them into games for the US and all other games. They'll then send the US games to individual backers while sending the rest to us here in the UK. From here we'll fulfil all of the other orders.
Therefore if you are in the US or EU your games will be arriving internally (even if our country leaves the EU in the upcoming referendum the results would not be implemented immediately) and will not be subject to additional charges. If you live outside of these areas we cannot guarantee that customs will not get involved, however (a) In previous campaigns using the same shipping company our backers have not reported having to pay extra fees and (b) At a value of £10 the game is below the value for which most fees apply. So I would remain reasonably confident of a drama free delivery.Last updated:
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