Thursday, March 24, 2005

FFG has announced via press release (which I haven't seen) and at GAMA that they're publishing Britannia Second Edition. I'm *still* tweaking rules, but I should think any day now I'll get word to send it in.

I have just sent out Germania for blind playtesting. Enchanted Labyrinth will be next.

I was gearing up to do a "Sweep of History" e-zine, but the original volunteer editor-publisher has reappeared. Now that my graduate class has finished, I may have time to write some things for it.

My next submission task is to find a publisher for reprinting Dragon Rage.

Saturday, March 12, 2005

Not going to PrezCon was a good decision, because we playtested a 3-player version of Brit II, and because I got a streaming cold.

I should get the signed contracts back for Brit II next week.

On the way home from the NC Computer Instructor's Association meeting in Lenoir (where I gave a talk about teaching game design and programming), I had more ideas for the European colonization version of Seas of Gold (tm).

I am almost "out from under" the burden of the graduate class I teach: I still need to grade the finals and research papers. Then I'll have a bit more time for games.