I’ve decided to release Three on a Match a day early because well…we’re all at home anyway, right?
As per usual on big new releases, this will be 20% off through its first weekend…so through Sunday, April 12th.
Thanks as always! This weekend I’ll be highlighting some Three on a Match games from years past in case you’ve forgotten how the game is played!
From all the way back in 2003, here was the first Press Your Luck from Anime Central!
Thanks for joining us in a little time warp this weekend. Stay safe, everyone!
Thanks to the request of a frequent customer (and a lot of free time on my hands), Three on a Match software will be available in the Etsy shop beginning Friday, April 10th. The retail price will be $59.99, but as with all major releases now, it will be available at a 20% discount through its first weekend of release (and will be included in the current “Virtual Con” sale afterwards at a 15% discount).
Another blast from way back in the past! We’re headed all the way back to 2001 for one of my very first game shows. It’s Match Game! Enjoy!
In the near future I’ll be converting and uploading some more stuff from the early 2000s, but in the meantime here’s a flashback from 2002: it’s Match Game!
For our final flashback for the weekend we’re going all the way back to 2010 and the now-defunct Minneapolis Anime Convention. In addition to the one and only playing of High Rollers (which wasn’t filmed) we also debuted a game that would continue strong for the rest of my convention run. In three parts, here’s the debut of Farkle!
We’ll see you next week for some more blasts from the past. In the meantime, stay safe and wash your hands!
Keeping with the theme of debut game shows, today’s flashback comes from Tsubasacon 2016. It’s the debut of the game where the lowest scorers are the biggest winners. It’s Pokémon-themed, and it’s Pointless! Enjoy!
I thought for this weekend’s flashback videos that I’d focus on debut games. This one is from AkaiCon a few years back. Enjoy “Know Your Role” featuring Jason Marsden, Scott McNeil and Matthew Mercer. This was the game’s first official playing.
This weekend saw quite a few “virtual” conventions where folks live streamed panels and other convention staples, since large physical gatherings are currently banned most places for obvious and essential reasons.
Just wanted to give a heads up that, with this becoming a bit of a trend in convention circles, if anyone is interested in utilizing my game show software for such an endeavor, I’m running a sale in my Etsy shop. All game show software is currently 15% off. Sale will likely stay in place for the foreseeable future.
Head to http://greggosgameshows.etsy.com if you’re interested. Thanks for looking! Next weekend we’ll flash back to some more game shows from conventions past.
Stay safe and wash your hands!
Today’s flashback goes back to 2014 and features a game show that will hopefully put a smile on your face. It’s Line ’em Up from Triad Anime Convention. I hope you’ve enjoyed this weekend’s blasts from conventions past. I plan on continuing doing this on weekends for now. Be safe, everyone!