All posts by: Stewie

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From the ASHES District 31 is to release an Expansion to Ember: the Magical Card Game. From the Ashes is a 55 card expansion featuring new creatures, abilities, spells and quests. Focussing on lower VP creatures, the expansion features 25 new creatures, with all new or rounded abilities, to add more options and excitement to […]

We’re going to the UK Games Expo from 2nd to 5th June 2016. Come see us and get a daily promo card, along with our competitions, playtests of Ember and previews of other things to come…Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download See you over the weekend at E7A.

Hope you had the best festive period and a great new year with lots of your favourite food. It’s time to look to 2016 for all the new products we’ve got coming out, and we can’t do it without you! Ember is now scheduled for a 19th January 2016 release on Kickstarter. Let’s hope we can […]

District 31 has gone live and we’re on the run up to our first Kickstarter campaign, Ember: The Magical Card Game, which launches 13th October 2016 at 12:00 noon (GMT). Check back then for competitions and loads more information on Ember.

The company is launched. It’s called District 31 and I’m happy with that. You can check out the FB page at: Why District 31? Well I was a bit tired of people calling their company adjective + noun + games (for instance, Wizard’s Sleeve Games). That’s just getting quite tired, and besides, I’m not JUST […]

I’ve spent a few days thinking about how I can increase my reach and get my “unknown” name out there… and I’ve made a sort of tentative battle plan. I spoke to as many PR people as I could in order to work out a strategy for getting more followers. There is one KEY element […]

I’m sat looking at my Facebook page with 3 likes. OK, so that’s actually 46 likes, but only three of them are people I don’t know. My friends have reluctantly liked the page so make me feel better, but I have to ask myself one very scary question: How on earth am I going to […]

I’m not new to publishing. I got my first journalism job at 18. Oh, it wasn’t down to any skill on my part (mostly because I met the editor in a nightclub who fancied the pants off me) but I didn’t let that stop me. Since then I’ve worked pretty much continuously in some capacity […]