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Title: [Dust Devils] When can we expect the new print version?
Post by: clayton_mcfarland on March 24, 2006, 12:11:28 PM
I guess the title explains it all.  I am very interested in playing this game!!!


Title: Re: [Dust Devils] When can we expect the new print version?
Post by: Thunder_God on March 24, 2006, 12:16:17 PM
IIRC, Matt said three months.


Title: Re: [Dust Devils] When can we expect the new print version?
Post by: Matt Snyder on March 27, 2006, 10:22:27 AM
Yes, that should be about right. I'm looking at a release in June, if all goes well. Certainly before GenCon.


Title: Re: [Dust Devils] When can we expect the new print version?
Post by: sgiovann on March 28, 2006, 04:35:34 AM
Hi Matt,
I'm Sergio of Rose & Poison, I sent you an email asking if you could be interested in an Italian edition of the game... Did you received it or your antispam software deleted it?

You can see our games on our website www.roseandpoison.com (sorry, it's almost only in Italian...)

Let me know, so I will give more datails...


Title: Re: [Dust Devils] When can we expect the new print version?
Post by: Matt Snyder on March 28, 2006, 05:25:53 AM
Hello, Sergio! I did receive your email, and I'll be replying soon. I did have some email problems over the weekend, so I'm sorry for any delays.


Title: Re: [Dust Devils] When can we expect the new print version?
Post by: clayton_mcfarland on March 30, 2006, 09:06:55 AM
June. Awesome.  Do you have like a mailing list with alerts and news that would inform people of product availability?


Title: Re: [Dust Devils] When can we expect the new print version?
Post by: Matt Snyder on April 04, 2006, 11:20:17 AM
Hi, Clayton. I do not currently have a newsletter or anything. But, I do have a whole passle of emails from customers. I should start considering that option, as email contact often proves to be a good way to stay in touch with people, I find. (I'm speaking in terms of a honest-to-goodness journalist and multimedia magazine marketer, not just "Gee, email is neat.")