Have you ever heard of such a thing? A board game is updated yet costs less than before its improvement?
Regardless of its seeming absurdity, this had to be done. A couple of tweaks needed to be made, sure, but just as important, Goblin Slayer was just too darn expensive. That needed attention as well, so here's what we did:
1. Clarifies fireball and lightning spell effects on Mirelle's character card.
2. Removes an obsolete setup rule (left over from a previous edition).
3. Tweaks the character standees (cut and colors).
4. Replaces the thick laser cut standee stock with laser cut card stock, to lower the game's price (from $49.99 to $41.99).
Special thanks to SIX (Seattle Indies Expo) for additional and welcome scrutiny.
A fantasy combat and adventure boardgame by Rich Carlson and Iikka Keränen
Art by Denis Loubet and Orlando Ramirez
Get it here.
November 19, 2019
New Digital Eel playlists on YouTube!
The Plasmaworm Soundtrack
The Sea of Stars Symphonic Soundtrack
Yesterday's Tomorrow: Mystery tracks from the Mystery Kitchen
V1.1.0 "fun upgrade" released!
This substantial update is aimed at making Protagon more enjoyable to play. Less waiting for the ball to come to a complete stop, more aiming and shooting! Various rough edges have been smoothed out to make it easier for new players to learn the game as well.
V1.1.0 Release notes:
+ Level 5 no longer allows ball to bounce near-indefinitely
+ Level 6 is now more straightforward to solve
+ Ball orients itself automatically when the controller is near
+ Player can no longer interact with the ball when it is moving
+ Ball stops quicker to speed up play
+ Platform transition is now near-instantaneous
+ Ambient noise in the final three levels has been reduced
+ Laser beam end point accurately shows where ball will stop
Stream and download (free) the Protagon theme music here.
Happy New Year from the Digital Eel gang!
Digital Eel Discography
Digital Eel's "Nightmare Band" (AKA The Mystery Kitchen) is usually sound and music wrangler Rich Carlson but, depending on the project, may include musicians Edwin Sykes and Sotiris Gougousis, as well as Digital Eel co-founder and artist, Bill Sears.