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Tapestry is a competitive, asymmetric, medium-weight civilization-building game from Stonemaier Games and designed by Jamey Stegmaier. The game is currently in the last phases of being produced and the preorders will be up around September.
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Wingspan is a relaxing, award-winning strategy card game about birds for 1 to 5 players. Each bird you play extends a chain of powerful combinations in one of your three habitats. Your goal is to discover and attract the best birds to your network of wildlife preserves.
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Posted by1 year ago

https://stonemaiergames.com/exploring-an-alternate-future-of-manufacturing/

This is a really interesting read and I hope other developers can use this

Edit: just in case people are just reading the title, the article isn't about Stonemaier games. Jamey did an interview with another developer who is trying to produce their game Earthborn Rangers (currently on KS) outside of China. It talks about their needs to do so and what it takes

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Stonemaier released their annual stakeholder report for 2020. It’s an interesting read for anyone interested in the business side of the hobby. However, I think what most people care about is seeing the number of games sold, so I’m only going to copy that out.

Edit: the first number is lifetime sales as of 2020. The second number is lifetime sales as of 2019

Wingspan: 746,991 units (2019: 299,841)

Scythe: 382,102 units (308,118)

Viticulture: 134,826 units (102,784)

Charterstone: 87,500 units (77,500)

Tapestry: 72,650 units (52,770)

Pendulum: 35,600 (0)

There are two things that immediately catch my attention. First, wingspan has sold a ton of units, especially with stocking issues. Second, I’m really surprised at how much less viticulture has sold compared to wingspan. Both games are gateway+, have nice art, and have somewhat interesting themes. I wonder how much of this is simply due to the ever increasing amount of new people to board gaming.

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