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We're in Palo Alto Toys and Sport

Thank you Palo Alto Toys and Sport for stocking our game! Palo Alto Toys and Sport526 Waverley St, Palo Alto, CA 94301(650) 328-8555  

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New Games Have Arrived!

game development update

Can we get a Whoot, Whoot? We just received the newly manufactured BattleBo games. Since launching last year, we have been self-manufacturing (that is to say hand making) the BattleBo games. BTW, if you own one, you may want to hold onto it - It could be worth something significant someday. :) We digress... Where were we? Oh yeah - Due to the increase in demand for the game, we decided to outsource manufacturing. We spent months engaging manufacturers - checking references, reviewing samples, tweaking designs and materials before settling on the best relationship we could find. It was a lengthy and arduous process - but we made it...AND...

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New Product Feature - the ToyBook

Today the ToyBook featured BattleBo in their New Product section of their website and in their industry newsletter. Its a quick announcement from us regarding the game design update. Here is the link to our feature - http://toybook.com/battlebo-launches-updated-design-in-time-for-holiday-season/  

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BayAreaParent Magazine Feature

media press

Yay! BattleBo and our family was featured in the "things we like" section of this month's BayAreaParent Magazine.  Its a local Bay Area publication distributed from Marin to Mountain View California. It focused on Dad and the children as it was a "For and By Dads" spotlight; mom sadly was not mentioned. So to Mom - thank you for all you do to support Dad and the children daily. There is no Dad and there are no children with Mom. 

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Kickstarter Campaign

game development kickstarter

Well we took the plunge and finally launched our Kickstarter campaign. Our intention was to launch the campaign at the beginning of the year, but first wanted to understand what our costs would be to get the next generation game to market. For that, we engaged with manufacturers, requested samples and quotes. When we felt comfortable with product quality and cost, we did some simple math to come up with our Pledge Goal. We wanted to hit the sweet spot of raising just enough money to cover costs without so much padding that we would risk not getting funded.  As it stands, the minimum...

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