Languages and pre-sales update

Hello adventurers and evil warlocks!

In this update I’m going to talk mainly about the languages in which TseuQuest will be released.

From the beginning we have been working with the idea that the game will be available in 5 languages (English, French, German, Italian and Spanish) at its release, with all that this implies, because it is not the same to manage a project in only one language that in so many languages at the same time in parallel. The easy way would have been to release a first wave in one language and then the rest in subsequent waves, but since when have we opted for the easy way out?

We are very satisfied with the level of the translations as we have had native speakers of each language who are also lifelong boardgame’s players. But that doesn’t mean that it hasn’t been a challenge to try to maintain the spirit we wanted in the texts. Besides, the layout of the texts itself has been quite complex and has given us more that one headache, but here you can see the final result:

We would also like to announce that we have expanded the TseuQuest website with a section in Italian (sorry for the delay), where we will give you information on the progress of the project in that language as we are doing with the other languages.

On another issue, we have updated the TseuQuest pre-sale information:
– Monday, August 8th was the last day to get the added reward of two special figures when buying a TseuQuest box in pre-sale.
– On the other hand, we will continue to keep the price of TseuQuest at €110 until the 11th of September, when the price will be updated to €134.

By the way, have you noticed how many items are included in the basic set? Among the 46 miniatures (all of them different), the 48 scenary elements and the 35 tokens, there are a total of 129 figures. Not bad, right?

Finally, you will also find information in our online shop if the pre-sale copies of TseuQuest become scarce in any language.

That’s all I wanted to tell you this time, see you in the next update!

The Archivist.