Going Where the Creative Wind Takes Me

It's been a while since I've done any work on Suburban Scavengers. I haven't had the urge to do any real work on the game in a little while. It's not to say that I haven't wanted to work on games, just not Suburban Scavengers.

I've been thinking about the card game that I started on during the storm. I don't think that it would take too much to get a working prototype to test out. That would give me a reason to purchase Tabletop Simulator. Easy access to playtesting. I wouldn't have to make any physical pieces until they were balanced. 

I'm back to posting my Magic collection on TCGPlayer. I'm hoping that I can make a push for direct seller status so I can buylist cards through their website and fill orders through their Direct program. It would help bring in more money. I could definitely use it right now. 

Currently, I feel that I should make creative content based on what I'm feeling most excited about. There's a possibility I may make content based on some of the card games that I already play. It seems like reaching into an existing market for an existing IP brings an easier to obtain audience. My flippin' Vanguard calculator is at 4800 downloads with almost 1500 active installs. I didn't advertise it at all. The game just had an existing audience.

Progress may slow down a bit due to the push for my online card store to grow. It takes lots of time to list cards. I need to post a few thousand more in order to have the minimum inventory required for Direct status. 

Until next time.