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7 Responses to “Kickstarting a game based on Gaiman's "Study in Emerald" Cthulhu/Holmes mashup”

  1. Brian Easton says:

    Hrm. The Kickstarter clearly says “this game will initially only be available via Kickstarter or direct from Treefrog Games”

  2. Cool, I really enjoyed Gaiman´s short story and his surprise twist ending, but I´m more into roleplaying games than card games.
    Ïa ïa!!!

  3. aliktren says:

    50 quid – cant even imagine the conversation with the missus on this one :)

  4. Chentzilla says:

    Speaking of Holmes vs Cthulhu, let’s not forget about this little game: Sherlock Holmes – The Awakened

  5. SamSam says:

    Glad that it will also be available direct through their website, and not just through Kickstarter like Cory’s blurb says.

    I don’t know if more campaigns are doing that, but that would seem like a terrible use of Kickstarter. When I give money to a campaign, it’s not just because I want whatever new bauble I’m (basically) pre-ordering, but because I want to kickstart a production, or a company, or some great idea that should take over the world.

    If it becomes just a vehicle for preorders, then why not just stick it on Amazon and be done with it?

    (NB: argument above directed at the notion of games and such available “only through Kickstarter,” which this game, thankfully, isn’t.)

  6. Mark Stephan says:

    Like that one won’t reach it’s goal…
    Whoops, there already.
    anybody guess the total?  250k?  500k?

  7. Ito Kagehisa says:

    I’ll have the Plowman’s and a pint of Shoggoth’s Old Peculiar, please.

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