As I mentioned last time, I will be posting a couple old blog posts that I was able to recover from the posts I wrote on my old homepage www.gamesbyray.com. The next entry was originally posted on February 11, 2016 and is all about digital alternatives to traditional prototyping.
Month: July 2016
A couple of month ago I lost access to my previous website at http://gamesbyray.com including the first 9 articles in my I Have A Board Game Idea – Now What? Series. I was able to retrieve a couple of the entries from Google’s page cache and will be re-posting those articles here. The first one was the 6th entry in the series all about what exactly Kickstarter is and some tips on creating a great project page.
For me personally one of the most exciting times during the development of your board game is finally getting a professionally printed copy of your prototype in your hands. While the days of multiple physical prototype iterations are slowly being replaced with digital prototyping, you will still need to make a number of professionally printed copies of your “finalized” prototypes to send to reviewers. In today’s post I will look at a couple of the options available for printing your prototypes.