Frequently Asked Questions
You just need to add more to your pledge based on what reward you have chosen. +$15 for inside the USA, +$23 for Canada, and +$29 for the rest of the world.Last updated:
It is key for the success of a game like Dungeon Roll to be released at GenCon and to be available through Christmas. We will not be selling Dungeon Roll at GenCon without having shipped out the backer rewards. Here is our timeline for accomplishing that in reverse chronological order:
Sell Dungeon Roll at GenCon - August 15th-18th
Dungeon Roll arrives in the warehouse & starts shipping - July 20th
Dungeon Roll arrives at port in USA and starts customs clearance - July 10th
Dungeon Roll is on a ship from China - June 10th
Dungeon Roll is finished manufacturing and available for pickup - June 1st
Dungeon Roll manufacturing begins - April 1st
Dungeon Roll final files are delivered and final pre-press begins - March 19th - Preferably earlier if we hit all of the Stretch Reward gates early.
Dungeon Roll Kickstarter ends - March 19th
Dungeon Roll Kickstarter begins - February 26th
Dungeon Roll dice files and box files are provided to start pre-press - February 20th
Stuffing the Dungeon Roll box full of awesomeness and keeping the $14.95 price point is what this Kickstarter is all about.Last updated:
The dice will be 16mm which is that same size as a standard d6.
The dice will be a compression molded plastic which is made by people that know what they are doing. The manufacturer will be Grand Prix International, who also manufactures Martian Dice, Zombie Dice, For The Win, and Bananagrams. The probably do even more that I am not thinking of, but they know what they are doing and we are confident in their ability to get it right the first time.
I would not say that the dice are engraved, etched, or carved, since the process for making the dice is via a compression mold. When they come out of the mold, the die face will already be lower than the rest of the surface of the die. So, yes, this will not be paint or screen printing on a flat surface and will thus last for a much longer time.Last updated:
Not as rewards for the Kickstarter project. Our games are carried by distributors worldwide, and there will be no exception with Dungeon Roll. I hope to be able to offer a great launch deal for retailers (to purchase through their distributors), and it will likely get better as the project funds more.Last updated:
That "no add-ons" just means that this pledge level will not be able to add any additional items, like extra copies of the game.
This pledge level will include any and all stretch rewards for all 6 of the copies.Last updated:
It is likely that everything will be shipped to the USA from the factory and then shipped to your location from there. If there are enough backers from a particular location, then we will look at ways to get the games inside of the country first and then ship from there, but that is unlikely.Last updated:
There will not be an Essen pickup for Dungeon Roll Kickstarters.Last updated:
Yes! Every box of Dungeon Roll pledged for on this Kickstarter project will get all of the stretch rewards included.Last updated:
Right now, our quote says: 600 gsm laminated with 128 gsm paper stock. This is a cardboard composite and is quite sturdy and is similar to other game boxes. We will consider upgrading the thickness of the box, but we have found this to be sufficient in the past.Last updated:
We will be asking for shipping information when we are close to delivering Dungeon Roll. If you move, you will be able to update your address, but we will wait on asking so as to reduce the potential need for such updates.Last updated:
It can. Once you get past 4 players, then you can really start to feel the downtime between your turns. Additionally, one copy of Dungeon Roll will not have sufficient treasures and experience tokens to play with more than 4 players without running out.Last updated:
We don't disagree with that. Others have been getting 2 copies so that as many as 8 people can play at the same time without experiencing heavy downtime. We have not tried this at TMG, but it sounds like it would work and be a blast.Last updated:
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