On Sale, In Stores, and Around the World! ✈️ 🌎 💝
SO MUCH NEWS!
Thanks to you, You Think You Know Me is officially released and on sale! You can tell all your friends and family who missed the Kickstarter that they can buy it RIGHT NOW through the newly-launched official website at youthinkyouknowme.cards.
If you live in Portland, you can buy the game in person at Land Gallery, the wonderful gift shop and art gallery on N Mississippi, or buy it online from them at Buyolympia. A huge thank you to Land/Buyolympia's Pat Castaldo for all the beautiful photos, which he kindly let me use for my website. Thanks, Pat!
Shipping news! Blackbox shipped out games to everyone who submitted a survey by February 14, and nearly all of you have received them. Some are still making their way overseas, but every copy should now be in your hands or very nearly to your door. (If you never got an email from Blackbox with your tracking number, get in touch! You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll figure it out.)
Reactions! I've really loved seeing all your photos of your games arriving, and starting to hear your stories of playing it with friends. If you'd like to share photos or videos, I'd be delighted! You can tag @ytykmcards on Twitter/Instagram, or use the #ytykm hashtag, and I'll see it and RT my favorites.
Kickstarter backer Joshua Blount was the first to review the game for his Maybe Tomorrow channel, playing it with a friend for the first time. And The Jeff Peart Show invited me back to talk about the release of the game.
Events! Recently, I've been honored to donate copies of You Think You Know Me to two great causes. First, to the International Women’s Day Art Show & Silent Auction presented by Jolby & Friends, held this Saturday, March 10 from 5-10pm at their studio in SE Portland. I'll be there if you'd like to say hi! 100% of the proceeds go to Rose Haven, an incredible nonprofit who help women and children who are impacted by houselessness. I had a sneak peek of the art and it is something you won't want to miss.
I also donated a game to On The Move, another rad local Portland nonprofit, providing healthy and inclusionary activities for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
So much love and gratitude! Thank you for making this all real!