Jamie Noble Frier co-founder of doodlemeeple
Jamie Noble Frier
Co-Founder of DoodleMeeple

We're feeling a little starstruck...

As some of you will know, I self-published and illustrated my own game, Hero Master: An Epic Game of Epic Fails a few years ago.

Like many when self-publishing board games, I was doing something completely new. Terrifying and exciting in equal measure, my experience of the game publishing world would have been far worse if it hadn’t been for the amazing work of Jamey Stegmaier of Stonemaier Games.

Jamey’s ‘Kickstarter Lessons‘ blog: a carefully laid out chronological list of best practices on how you should prepare and publish a board game, have been invaluable to many would be game designers and publishers for years.

Interestingly, Stonemaier Games’ Scythe, was actually the first Kickstarter board game I pledged for on Kickstarter. [This later became a (healthy) addiction to picking up, researching and trying the latest self published games.]

Jamey is talking about DoodleMeeple...

“Why are hero-worshipping in the blog here Jamie?”, I hear you say…

Well, we were blown away when we found out that Jamey was going to write a blog about DoodleMeeple. It was published yesterday, so without further ado…

Jamie Noble Frier co-founder of doodlemeeple

I hope you enjoyed watching! I’ll continue to post updates about what’s happening.

Keep making great games!

Jamie, DoodleMeeple

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