Mark Leaman of The Maine Gamer and North New England Board Game Geek Meetup wrote a short review of Red Dragon Inn back in October. You can check out the review here. You should check out Mark’s Blog and the Meetup if you get a chance (It’s FREE to attend), as the three Red Dragon
Hello gamers! We are proud to announce that you can check out some of our games at these great conventions this weekend: MEPACON in Clark Summit, PA and PretzCON in Omaha, NE Both will be featuring the Origins Awards Nominated game High Noon Saloon in their lending libraries, so go and have a taste of
The official documentation has come in. Both High Noon Saloon and Red Dragon Inn: 3 have been nominated by brick and mortar retailers for Origins Awards! Now it’s up to the gamers at the Origins Game Faire to decide which games take home the trophy. Show your support and visit us at the con, and cast your vote!
Welcome to Art Friday! Every Friday we will be posting development artwork for upcoming games. Of course we don’t promise that any of this art is final, but when has that mattered when getting to see something awesome? This week we have a bust shot of “Vladimir” from our upcoming game World’s Greatest Magician. We
We have gotten such good feedback about Red Dragon Inn: 3 and High Noon Saloon that they are both now up for the Origins Awards! For those who don’t know, hundreds of games are sent to GAMA to compete for this award in various categories such as Best Board Game or Best Traditional Card Game. Of
Thank you! Why are we thanking you? It’s because you guys are so awesome we have to move forward with an early reprint of Red Dragon Inn 3 and another of Red Dragon Inn 1! As part of this reprint, we decided to do a few updates to the rules and card with more clarifications
Every year Chicagoland Games runs a very special Red Dragon Inn game, the Eggnog Event, where you partake in the beverage of your choice, or eggnog, each time your character does! Chicagoland Games has been holding this event since the release of Red Dragon Inn and we love it. To support them, SlugFest Games has
For this year’s print run of RDI1 and RDI2, we changed the wording on most of the cards. In the vast majority of cases, the reason for this was simply to make all the cards have consistent wording and to more clearly express each card’s original intended function. However, you diehard Slug Fans out there