ThunderGryph is partnering with Jimmy Nelson Foundation for Iwari

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ThunderGryph is partnering with Jimmy Nelson Foundation to join the cause for the preservation of cultural identity Our world is rapidly changing; through this inevitable process, the world’s cultural legacy is fading and extraordinary knowledge is on the brink of being lost; therefore, it is important to encourage people to find pride in their cultural heritage and celebrate their individual … Read More

ThunderGryph Games partners with Passport Games Studio

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We are very excited to announce that we’ve signed a partnership with Passport Game Studios! Developing board games is an amazing experience and having a partner that shares our passion will bring the best out of our titles. We have been working on several titles during the past year and we are really looking forward to what can be achieved … Read More

The most rewarding month of my career

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I would like to start this post by saying this is not a Kickstarter advice article. Jamey, James and many others are great at doing that. I am just a guy following and sharing his dream of becoming a board game publisher. I’ve never felt so nervous by doing something in my professional career, I think that when your dream … Read More

My crazy way to play Board Games

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After my boardgame epiphany, I was very excited to try as many different board games mechanics as possible, and the only way I had to do it, was inviting my friends to come over and play some games together. I have to say they liked the idea since all of them are passionate video gamers. We started gathering once a … Read More

My Board Game Epiphany

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So this is my first Blog! I have to admit I’ve never published a story or article online before. I recall that when I was a teenager I wanted to be a writer with a lake house and a typewriter, you know, but soon after I realized I wasn’t good at it, I focused my attention on my second hobby: … Read More