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A book that explores how modern, popular games were created by interviewing the designers.
A book that explores how modern, popular games were created by interviewing the designers.
2,096 backers pledged $56,234 to help bring this project to life.

Bookmark Voting Closing Tomorrow!

Posted by Vaughn Reynolds (Collaborator)

Get your votes in!

There are 2 ways to vote:

1) In our official Facebook group poll

2) By commenting on this update (If you already commented on the previous update with your vote, they have been accounted for. No need to vote again!)

Pledge Manager Closing, October 31st

NOTE: If you have completed your pledge survey, disregard this notice.

In our previous update, we said we would notify you when the pledge manager was closing. It will be closing on October 31st at midnight!

Look for an email titled: For the Love of Board Games - Pledge Confirmation for Kickstarter "For the Love of Board Games Supporter"

When you open the email, click the CONFIRM YOUR PLEDGE button. 

Remember, the pledge manager closes at midnight on October 31st! You won't be able to change your pledge or shipping address after that date!

Erin Dean in the Media

Thank you all!

~ Erin & Vaughn

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    1. Keithustus on

      I vote for the original cover, the kids around the table.

    2. Vaughn Reynolds Collaborator

      Thank you all for your votes! They have been counted!

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      Nicholas Fowler on

      I like the second one from the top, #1

    4. tanquerayno13

      I vote for #2 from the Facebook poll, the one that matches the new Kickstarter exclusive cover artwork!

    5. MKirkland on

      I like the first one, with the excited looking game pieces :)

    6. Joe

      #2 in the Facebook poll (#3 in Update 18)

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      William James Styles on

      #2 bookmark 🙂👍🏻

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      Landen Johnson on

      I vote for the #2 bookmark.