- The Kickstarter campaign is up and it’s ending at the end of November 10th. Go here to take a look.
- We finished a new professional play through video, found here.
- I updated the spoiler & rules.
- I made a Print & Play file that lets you try the game.
- You can win a copy of the game by joining the Crazier Eights Newletter. or Facebook Group.
- Here is a review of Crazier Eights: Camelot by the Kwarenteen on Youtube.
- Here is a review of Crazier Eights: Camelot by Two Gun Pixie.
- Watch Two Gun Pixie play Crazier Eights: Camelot live.
The Crazier Eights: Camelot Kickstarter will be sometime this October. The newest spoiler can be found here.
The new rulebook/rules card for Crazier Eights: Camelot can be found here.
The Second Edition of Crazier Eights will be Crazier Eights: Camelot, and the Kickstarter campaign will possibly be launched this June. This is later than I would have liked because my house burned down. Go here to see the spoiler. Go here to join the monthly Crazier Eights newsletter to be notified about important announcements.
Something went wrong with my Kickstarter campaign for the Second Edition of Crazier Eights. It had a rough start and never picked up steam. The Kickstarter campaign has been canceled. I can relaunch and I will update this page if I do so. I will update this page every month until I make a decision.
However, an even better way to keep up with any important announcements for Crazier Eights is to join the Crazier Eights Newsletter.
If you have any suggestions, you can let me know.
I could launch the project with the Game Crafter as a manufacturer in mind. Only 100 copies of the game would be required, which would cost around $1,000 for manufacturing and fulfillment. The cost for the basic reward could stay the same ($19). If the game gets overfunded, that can lower the costs of manufacturing and retail costs, so one or two free expansions could be stretch goals.
It is possible that I could launch with 1,000 copies of the game in mind, which could reduce the cost of manufacturing the game. Working directly with China could also help reduce the costs, but could also make things a bit more unpredictable, and shipping costs could be high. Asking for a lower price would also require a lot more people to make a pledge.
Note that it is possible to buy the First Edition of the game. You can go here to get a copy from CrazierEights.com, but some other stores are also selling it.