Sunday, July 14, 2013

Minstrel Games Demo in Indy

Dungeon Rolling into Gen Con

Demoing announced for game fair

(July 10th, 2013- Mountain Green, UT)
Tasty Minstrel Games announced that their wildly popular dice game Dungeon Roll will be demoed and debuted at GenCon 2013 in Indianapolis Indiana. The Kickstarter for Dungeon Roll raised over $250,000 with the most individual backers for a physical game on Kickstarter ever. Tasty Minstrel Games will be at Booth 459 so show up and learn how to play. At GenCon, if you buy Dungeon Roll, then you will get the first hero booster for free. GenCon is the largest game fair in North America with over 140K attendees regularly. There is a special first day of the show promotion where Dungeon Roll + Booster is $15 which is 25% off. This price will only be good Thursday August 15th.  Regular convention pricing after that day wil be $20.00.
The simplicity of the game combined with a player’s imagination is the winning formula.  In the words of Dungeon Roll's designer, Chris Darden (who will be teaching the game at GenCon):
"Dungeon Roll began as a simple dice game. Where one pool of dice faced off against the other in an epic battle of... numbers, yawn. Elements of fantasy called to me, and the concept of Dungeon Roll was born.  The party dice became Fighters, Mages, Clerics and Thieves. And on the other side: Potions, Treasure Chests, Goblins, other nasty creatures, and of course.. Dragons. They would face off in an epic battle of heroes seeking fortune and glory!"

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About Tasty Minstrel Games:
Launched in 2009, Tasty Minstrel started with a simple goal: impress enough loyal fans so that they could afford to be able to publish more games after the first. Combining strategic depth, simple and elegant rulesets, gorgeous art and design with clear rulebooks that teach the game right the first time have helped them penetrate the globe. Their mission to help strengthen family unity, communication and love continues as they strive to put out three to four games each year.

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