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The Card Game of Oz
Promised Delivery Date: October 2013
Unfulfilled Fulfilled now (changed by request)
Overdue: 6 Months or so.
Latest Update: Update #28 Mar 4 2014
Latest from the Printers!My Favorite Comment by Game Salute comes from the Kickstarter comment section for Update #26:
Hello backers! Michael here with our latest update.
As mentioned in the comments for the campaign, Dan Yarrington, the owner of Game Salute, spoke with CGoO's creator Jim on Friday via email. The latest that we have heard is that the game is still being printed but is due to be completed soon - assembly of the whole game can then begin, hopefully by the end of this working week.
Of course, there is still a while to go on the project, but this is a significant step on the road to getting your games to you! I have requested that we get some pictures as soon as possible to show off what you'll be receiving, so as soon as I get them I shall post them up here for you.
Again, we thank you for your patience. While I shall certainly be posting an update in two weeks (so, March 18), should I get anything to show you before that I'll let you all know immediately!
Many thanks for your patience as always with this project. It's getting closer!
Creator Game Salute on February 20I like this one, because it is basically saying: "Here at Game Salute, we can't provide dates. Well, in our Kickstarter launch, we can, but at that point we want your money. After we have it, we don't want to give you another. In fact, here at Game Salute, even though we have been involved in dozens of games, the entire process is still a mystery. We'd rather not say when the game is due, because we have no damn idea"
@Wil - I can't give a date, because if I do and we run into more hold ups, it's going to cause another storm. Yes, we hope to get everything done and dusted within the time that you mentioned, but you seem to think that I'm privy to some exact information as to when things will happen - we don't have a date in mind yet. We won't give a date until we know EXACTLY when the game is on its way to us - we can't hide something that we don't know.
Game Salute Guarantee: If your game's not delivered on time, it's because we have no idea how game production works!