Sunday, September 9, 2012

Numbskull Games is launching our first P500 Campaign!
To facilitate printing of each of our developed games, we are implementing an industry common preorder system.  P500 means that once we get 500 preorders for a game, we will print. Updates will be posted regularly on our website. You will be alerted when we near our goal and asked to pay at that point.
Receive your game 4-6 weeks before stores, save money with a $10.00 off of list price. By joining you will help to make each publication a reality and save on postage with free shipping in the U. S. and $10 off shipping worldwide. 
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Current P500 titles include:
Prepotent is a strategy game where players breed, bet on, and race horses. Designed by Tom Russell, Prepotent blends the short term tactical thinking found in its streamlined racing mechanics with the long term strategy of horse breeding. Check it out on:  BGG  Facebook.

C.C. Higgins by Patrick Stevens, is a board game that lets you relive the excitement of a railroad executive in the heyday of rail travel.  Collect sets of the coveted rail passes as you travel the rails of historically and geographically authentic North American railroad companies of 1920. A simple, fast moving strategy game of skill without dice or chance cards, suitable for the entire family. Check it out on: BGG Facebook

Khalkhin Gol by Patrick Stevens is a hex and block style war game. Khalkhin Gol or Nomonhan is a little known border incident that escalated to a major battle in Manchuria in the summer of 1939. This pivotal battle was the earliest example of the blitzkrieg tactics so popularized by the Germans in WW2. Check it out on: BGG

Patton in Tunisia by Patrick Stevens, is a hex and block styled war game that was inspired by the Columbia title "Rommel in the Desert."  Two to six players; two-front campaign where weather, supply, and terrain are major factors. Check it out on: BGG

Frozen Death by Patrick Stevens, is a simulation of the Winter War which depicts the Finnish struggle against Soviet expansionism in 1939. A block styled war game that adds fog-of-war elements to the already brutal climatic elements of the hell on earth that was the Winter War. Check it out on: BGG

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