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You may know my name, but do you know my Game?

Who Knew?...We Have a Winner!

Thank you to all who played along in our first Giveaway, and congratulations goes to Jon for winning.  You should already have an email in your inbox requesting your contact info so we can send you your copy of Who Knew!

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Who Knew?, it's a Giveaway!

Who Knew?, it's a Giveaway!

Hey everyone, we are having a special Who Knew? giveaway, so get your thinking caps on and get prepared to win!

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Do You Know This Game: Codenames Review

Do You Know This Game: Codenames Review

 

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Who Knew...multiple-choice would be so much work?

Who Knew...multiple-choice would be so much work?

When Dennis and Gary first sat down to flesh out what would turn out to be the original version of Who Knew?, they knew one thing for certain; they wanted a game about conversation to spark conversation.  The inspiration behind this game was the way certain phrases and quotes made people think, and so it was important that the game itself live up to that inspiration.

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Stolen Treasures, and the search for some authenticity...

Stolen Treasures, and the search for some authenticity...

Creating games is fun.  I’m not going to pretend it isn’t.  It’s not something I ever imagined I would be doing, but I found myself rather absorbed in the whole process once everything got going and I can say quite assuredly that it’s the most fun job I’ve ever had.  But with all the creative validation a job like this can give you, there is no escaping the stress that comes from trying to produce something with integrity.  As I mentioned before, gaming is such a broadly painted environment to the point where there are literally games about everything and, in essence, for everyone, and so when we started this company we knew that not every game we made would appeal to every audience, but you still want every game you produce to have a level of integrity that makes you proud of it.

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