Good news - we’re back!
First off, Cambridge Games Factory
would like to apologise for falling off the RADAR over the past year. Ed was working in Amsterdam and wasn’t able to dedicate time to CGF back in the States during that period. He is about to start a new assignment in Shanghai, so to prevent this situation continuing, Ed and Rob have asked me to join CGF as Commercial Director.
Cambridge Games Factory has always been run by gamers for gamers and I’ve very much of that mould - I’m a lifelong gamer / role-player, living in Oxford, UK. I was webmaster for 2000AD Online
from 2001-2008, collect and sell comic artwork as the 2000AD Artwork Gallery
and licensed Judge Dredd badges and other props as Termight Replicas
. I role-play once a week and co-organise a bimonthly board games club
. I am also Ed’s brother.
I’m now receiving emails sent to firstname.lastname@example.org - you can also reach me by geekmail or email@example.com .
Ok, so on with the show...STATUS UPDATE:
Our priority right now is getting Glory to Rome
and Zombie in my Pocket
into shops as quickly as possible (we want to sell them as much as you want to buy them!). Unlike many games companies CGF prints / source game components as we need them from multiple suppliers and then assemble the games ourselves. We’ll be able to get you more exact dates shortly, but Zombie in my Pocket only needs additional rulebooks printed so will be back on the market in a few weeks while Glory to Rome needs playing card decks which take a few months to produce, especially as we weren’t happy with the company we used last time around and so are looking for a new printer.
Behind the scenes, Rob Seater
(CGF Game Development Director) has been working with dozens of new designers - we have an extensive range of new games in development which we are extremely excited about starting to publish in the near future. I will have more info once we have the existing games back on sale.
If you have any questions about the current situation with any other CGF products, please send me a PM or email, or post them to this thread and I will respond to them.
Sorry again for the choppy service over the past year, and thank you for reading to the bottom.
Cambridge Games Factorywww.cambridgegames.com
YES! We’d love to see your game idea