Indie Boardgames: Design and Crowdfunding panel at PAX East 2014

Check out the Cultists of Cthulhu KickstarterDo you have a great boardgame design, want to make it yourself, but have no idea how to start? Join us as we take you through the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of independent tabletop game publishing. Thomas Eliot of Sixpence Games designed, Kickstarted, manufactured, and brought to retail Professor Pugnacious, and was on the Indie Boardgame Panel at PAX AUS 2013, while Christopher Batarlis just recently finished the Kickstarter for Secrets of the Lost Tomb. Learn from our experience, good decisions, and mistakes. Plus, see the launch of Sixpence Games’ newest Kickstarter, Cultists of Cthulhu, live during the panel! This panel was recorded at PAX East 2014.

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  1. I went to a few different panels at PAX regarding various aspects of boardgame design and production. This was by far the most entertaining and informative panel. I am so glad you are offering a recording of the panel, I wish more panels did this at PAX. I also backed Cultists of Cthulhu during the panel 🙂

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