Seven Day Games March Newsletter
Issue #4 March 2023 Recap
The end of the first quarter of 2023 is here! Lets take a look at the things we’ve accomplished so far this year.
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The Shop is live!
The Seven Day Games store is officially open. Fugue is available for purchase in the US. Take a look!
We are putting the finishing touches on the Fugue print and play. It should be available soon. We’ll have more info on that as it gets closer to release.
We’ve met several of our goals since launching in January.
In no particular order:
Seven Day Games LLC has been formed
Our website has been launched
Our blogs have been consistent and getting views
We’ve achieved a few thousand visitors between our website, our Facebook pages, and here on Substack
Goals for the Next Few Months
We want to continue to grow the number of visitors to our website and our social media pages. We also want to continue to grow this newsletter, so please sign up!
We also will announce an updated product release schedule as we continue to work on our new games.
Thanks for sticking with us, there will be more to come in the future!
Here’s what we’ve been blogging about this March:
RC’s Top 7
Each month, RC will explore some of his favorite things in the world of board games. For the first installment, he shared his Top 7 Brain Burner Board Games.
"Just as there are many different levels of heat in spicy foods, board games can have their own Scoville rating. Some spices burn upon putting them in your mouth, some hit on the back end, some mild, some hot, some are diablo."
Forgotten Lore: Myrkator, Chairon, and the Elven Boat
I decided to try my hand at retelling one of Myrkator’s tales from his own perspective. Here Myrkator comes across something strange in a cave…
I followed this abyssal river south for a long while. It ended with a waterfall that crashed several yards below. I could see the waterfall fed a large underground lake. On the shore was something out of place, a small craft of some type, that I couldn’t make out. I decided to climb down to the shore and see.
Read the rest here!
The Ethical Gamer, Issue 3
In the March issue, Josh discusses the value of rules in gaming and in life.
The more I play games, the more I realize that’s all a game is: a defined end-goal with a set of rules to guide how you get there.
That’s all for this month! We’re looking forward to the next three months. Thanks for coming along with us!
See you in April!
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