Board Game Review
The review looked at the merits of game itself and the range of play mechanics, potential target markets, compliance issues, commercial viability and routes to production. Also ways of saving money was explored. Importantly, it was clear from the review that the game had merit and would be suited to the educational market.
Design a Board Game - Production
Design a Board Game - Playing Components
The game required a wide variety of playing pieces. Here are examples of the pieces - there were playing dice, small playing counters, cubes, playing figures etc.
Educational Resource Pack
The target market for the game is high schools, Adrenaline Brush therefore also produced a resource pack for the game.
'Adrenaline Brush were very knowledgeable and responsive, and successfully guided me through the daunting process of taking a boardgame to the market. I would recommend the service to other people looking to self-publish a boardgame, ' Owen Devine.
Design a Board Game - the full story
Design a Board Game - inventor Owen Devine contacted Adrenaline Brush to discuss his sustainability game. He created his game over a number of years. Our usual approach involved:
Board Game Reviews – looking at the merits of a game and its commercial viability
Board Game Design – designing the art work for a game from an initial design presented by the inventor
Board Game Production – producing either a prototype or a limited run of games
EN71 Compliance – looking at compliance with EN71
Board Game Educational Resources – this is particularly relevant for people inventing educational board games.
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