BTR Games: suspending sales

NOTICE:

I have been working from home since March, 2020 and do not have the access to copy/print shops I did when I was at my downtown office.

I have run out of at least some components for most of the games and am suspending sales of the physical versions until I can resupply.

I guess I should also look into making PnP versions of these available from wargamevault.com, but really they would be the same files as available from me personally.  The main difference would be you could order them drunk at 3 am, like most online purchases, and get them right away. 

 

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5 Responses to BTR Games: suspending sales

  1. Pete S/ SP says:

    I vote for PnP on wargames vault. I quite enjoy the craft side of making them up too.

    Cheers,

    Pete.

    • brtrain says:

      Thanks Pete, but I think you are in the minority.
      I could just send the digital files to people for cheap, and I have been doing a bit of that but I’m a bit concerned about version control… well, I always am no matter what the arrangement.

      • Pete S/ SP says:

        I usually am one way or another.

        You can with Wargames Vault continualy update/ tweak a product. Purchasers get a notification too so that is better than getting the game once as a physical product.

        Cheers,

        Pete.

  2. Wargamevault gives you version control. Another route it to look at something like Game Crafters to see if it’s worth them putting all the bits together. Or go the Hollandspiele route and work with Blue Panther for publishing. Lots of options that keep YOU in control!

    • brtrain says:

      I’d have to charge GameCrafter prices.
      As it is, I can barely give the stuff away.
      Every time I go to Tempe for the CSW Expo, Steve Jones (Blue Panther) and I sit down and talk about all the great things we are going to do together.
      One day!
      Meanwhile, too busy making new stuff… and Day Job just got a whole lot busier, when I was counting on it not doing that.

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