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Re: (TFT) The return of Ogre - Rick did something silly.
It's a by-product of the Ogre Designer's Edition Kickstarter a couple of ye
ars ago. This was one of the stretch goals we all got. He's now relea
sing them to the general market, as he said he would, about a year after we
got ours. Personally, I think it's a great promotional idea, and if you
want to see a totally amazing remake of a game -- you should definitely ta
ke a hard look at the Designer's Edition.
As an aside, there is an Ogr
e Line Editor now, and new releases are planned to continue expanding the O
From: Rick Smith <ric
Sent: Monday, July 28, 2014 6
Subject: Re: (TFT) The return of Ogre - Rick did something silly.
They should cost $11.00 if SGJ w
anted a decent profit. I bought 24
of them. I have given 1 away, a
nd intend to use them for prizes when
I run OGRE tournaments.
Warm regards, Rick.
On 2014-07-28, at 6:32 PM,
Joe Hartley wrote:
> Steve Jackson's re-released Ogre as a pocket game
at the original price of $2.95.
> I've just gotten a few of them - one f
or me, a few for gifts - and they look
> Without deviation from the norm, "progress" is not possible. - F
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