Sunday, September 30, 2012


Hi guys, quick update. The newest Goalsystem game has just launched its website today. we're going to be putting up our Kickstarter in the next week, but having the website let you check out the game a little before we start the drive.I'll let the website the website speak for itself, but if you like gang warfare and an in-depth campaign system, check it out.

Friday, August 3, 2012

Monday, July 30, 2012

Join the Order

The final Goalsystem Delves figure by the talented Soapy!

You can get the figure from out Kickstarter page, which incidentally has only five days left. You should definitely contribute to the funding drive if you are at all into dungeon skirmish.

Sunday, July 22, 2012

A Little Heroic R&R

Just a quick update to the KS that shows off some of the more innovative rules that Delves delivers to the dungeon fantasy genre. Take a look a the update and see how characters in delves get a little rest between adventures. 

Thursday, July 12, 2012

My Ugly Mug On Youtube

Here is the video for those that are interested.

On the Panel

Things have been really quiet over here since I've been drafted into the newest Goalsystem project, Goalsystem Delves.

One of my illustrations for the rulebook. 

I won't get too much into it here, but Delves is like Goalsystem and Heroquest had a baby. It's a great system for dungeon crawling and we have some really great rewards, including some awesome  recycled rubber dungeon terrain. If you love Goalsystem, give it a look.

But that is not the main point of this post. I've been asked to participate in an online panel discussion on Indie+, which is a five day online convention. I'll be speaking with other game designers that used Kickstarter to fund theri rules projects. we have a really cool group of designers. the panel will be streamed live at 7:00pm Eastern time on the conventions main site and will be posted to Youtube once we're done.

Kickstarter + Indie Games

So if you want to listen to my nasally drone talk about game design and Kickstarter, come on over and have a look.  

Monday, April 16, 2012

A Glimps of Things to Come

Just a quick update, here are a few previews for the official Department 15mm figure line from Effigy Miniatures. Tom did a bang up job on this first wave of figures, which will be abvailable as soon as they get back form the caster.

I'm really pelased with how these turned out. They will be ideal for The Department and really fill the need for 15mm humanoid robots.

Also, for those of you attending Salute. Any pruchase at our stand will come with a 15% off voucher for this range of figures when they are released.

Friday, April 13, 2012

The Department At Salute!

After a successful Kickstarter and months of development, The Department is ready for released at Salute 2012. We’ll be at table GD16 running demo games all day. Come on down and see what the game is all about. But more importantly, we’ll be releasing the Printed rulebook at the show!

We expect these books sell pretty quickly so we’re going to run a simple pre-order system to let us better estimate the stock we will need at the show.

If know you want to get copy at the show, send an email with your name and the number of books you want to and we will set a copy aside for you. No payment is necessary; you can pay for the book at the show. If you are a Kickstarter backer and you want to pick up your rewards at the show, send us an email as well.

We will also be carrying some stock from our miniature partner Effigy Miniatures ( . The Department official figures will unfortunately not be available at the show due to problems with the caster. However, every purchase of the book will come with a coupon for 15% off the official range when it is available later in May.

Sunday, January 29, 2012

The Department Figure Preview

Here is a preview of the new 15mm figure range that Effigy Miniatures is producing specifically for The Department.

The figure is sculpted by the very talented Tom Mason. Effigy is his new sculpting shop and I'm really pleased to be working with him to produce figures for the Department.

I'm really loving this figure. It captures the world of The Department perfectly.