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Designer Blog – #IntoTheBlack
Going on the Road – Kind of!
Well it looks like I Will Never Grow Up Games and Into the Black: Boarding Party are going on the road .. in a sense!
March 10-12, 2017 we will be attending Breakout Con at the Toronto-Yorkdale Holiday Inn, just a short jaunt down the highway here in Toronto, Ontario, Canada!
We’re booking a table in one of the two exhibitor rooms (which table we won’t know until we get there unfortunately) and will have a ton of our luxury gaming accessories available to purchase as well as a copy of Into the Black: Boarding Party to demo/preview for you. Exciting and terrifying all at once!
In addition, we MAY just have a couple other games that are being worked on currently hanging around to check out, and our friends will be in the main gaming hall with a second copy of Into the Black available to check out!
If you’re in the area and looking for a fun weekend of gaming, come to Breakout Con and while you’re there, please do stop by and say hi!
As always, any comments and suggestions are welcome!
James J Campbell is the Lead Game Designer at I Will Never Grow Up Gaming and the creator of
several projects such as TechMage Sci-Fantasy RPG, Into the Black: A Game of Space Piracy and Conflict & Chaos: Vietnam 19
March 14th, 2016
Give the preview copy of Into the Black a spin with the designer, provide feedback and have fun! Into the Black is set to launch on Kickstarter May 3rd!
BreakoutCon is being held at the Toronto-Yorkdale Holiday Inn. A hall will be available for use all day and night for those who wish to game into the early hours. They are featuring several guest speakers, a hall for board games (including a library of over 100 games to borrow from) and a hall for roleplaying games.
With more than ten years of experience in running quarterly boardgame events, the organizers of the Toronto Area Boardgaming Society (TABS) have also paired up with the organizers of the Toronto Role Players Association (TRPA) and the Toronto Area Gamers (TAG) Meetup group to bring this event to life. With prizes, tournaments and special guests planned along with all the table-top gaming you can pack in over three solid days, there’s simply no better way to close out the March Break.