I’m sad to say that I will be closing The Procurator. The site will be closing by the end of the week. I started this project back in 2013 and I’ve essentially been doing it all myself. I’ve got other responsibilities that have moved up on my priority list and something had to give. Thanks to those who’ve encouraged me and to those who’ve been using the site.
I’ve been rolling around spinning up a Patreon site for quite a while now. Recently I had an email from someone who was asking about the state of The Procurator and conversation followed where Patreon was mentioned. So, I figured, what the heck, let’s do this thing.
I’m setting up all the details now and working through goals and subscriber levels and all that jazz. My hope is that it will a space for a community to begin to grow and The Procurator can gain some traction and some group hugs.
Look for a Patreon launch coming in the next week (or sooner!)
We’ve migrated www.darktierstudios.com to a new server today. One of the biggest changes is that the blog section will now be pointing to this blog. I’m working on migrating away from a Kentico specific platform for both darktierstudios.com and theprocurator.com because it’s costly to keep up the license when I make no money doing this 😀
Alas, good things are in the works, so in the end, this is all for the better.
Our new game, Fate of Waeteria, is being entered in the Adventure Challenge competition at thegamecrafter.com. Head on over and checkout out all of the great games and support the awesome community of game designers.
If you have a gamecrafter account, consider spending some of your hard earned crafter points by voting on your favorites.
We’re grateful for the hard work by artist Nate Levine on the game cover. He was a joy to work with and has a fun, quirky artist sense.
You can find more detail about Fate of Waeteria on our game page.
I found a shiny new package on our doorstep this afternoon … a print version of Euangelion courtesy of thegamecrafter.com. I have to admit I was a little afraid to open it because I really wanted it to be good, and this was our first officially published board game (self-published.)
The quality of everything was very good, the pieces were all there and in separate plastic bags. The board looked so gorgeous and the cards were spot on! I made a few tweaks because I didn’t like the way a couple things looked from a design perspective, but overall everything turned out awesome.
You can buy your own copy on the Euangelion game page.