Have you coveted the limited edition Gen Con Roll For It!, but promptly thrown yourself into a pit of despair because you aren’t going to the convention? Let us lift your spirits! You can now enter to win a copy to hug and squeeze and name George. You could probably play it too.
If you need to refresh your memory regarding this game’s awesomeness, please visit this post. Otherwise, good luck, because this is the only way to get the game without going to Gen Con! Continue reading
Calliope is excited to announce the limited edition Gen Con Roll For It! tin! Celebrating the huge success of designer Chris Leder’s game Roll For It!, this is the first game ever to feature the iconic Gen Con characters and will be available exclusively at Gen Con 2014. Continue reading
The faraway land of Lynnwood is filled with stranger creatures than gamers.
PR Gremlin Cassidy here, reporting on GTS Come and Play Day. This was my first event with Calliope, and I can’t believe I’m getting paid to have so much fun! (Don’t tell Ray I said that, though–he might get ideas.) Retailers from LFGSs (Local Friendly Game Stores) all across the Pacific Northwest piled into the Lynnwood Convention Center to schmooze with publishers, demo games, and hear some pre-Gen Con announcements. Continue reading
Calliope had a great time at Origins Game Fair this year! Thanks to all of you who came by–the booth was almost always full… except at lunch time, and we’ll forgive you your need to eat. It felt great to see so many of you enjoying our games!
Calliope would like to issue a warm thank-you to Counters: The Board Game Cafe. Counters hosted a Tsuro and Roll for it! tournament back in March. We’re jealous we couldn’t make it out to the UK to join in. If you’re in Cardiff, be sure to stop by and give them our love! Continue reading
“The best new game I found for fans of chess, checkers, Othello and other abstract strategy games.”
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“A company named Calliope graced Gencon with its presence this year, and danced around the halls, tossing their games into the air and singing songs about how wonderful they are.
Well, not really. But Calliope does sell some awesome games.”
We’re certainly dancing now! Read the full article here.
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