These sold better than I expected, I was planning to keep 2 sets for myself but if anyone else wants a set message me first
and if it's still available I will sell it.
Thanks for the orders guys, these are being printed this week.
Also just for my own amusement I am doing Intellivision boxes for the other 2 Sega games that were released only on Atari 2600
and were never planned for Intellivision release, Sub Scan and Thunderground.
Let me know if there is any interest in these and if there is I will add them onto an upcoming print order in a couple of weeks.
There seems to be a small amount of interest in these so I am going to get Marc to print me a batch,
the smallest order his printer will accept is 50, but he is willing to do 17 copies of each of these 3 boxes so 51 altogether.
I am keeping a couple of sets for myself so there will only be 15 sets up for sale.
I am selling in sets of all 3 only, for $40 (US), plus shipping, which is $3 to Canada, $5 to USA, or $10 rest of the world.
Postage will be slightly higher if you buy more than one set, it goes by weight.
They will look nicer than the mockups I had printed, on real box cardboard, pre-assembled just like the FFTC Hockey boxes we just did.
If you want to order a set PayPal me firstname.lastname@example.org please include your mailing address in the PayPal message please.
Ok I got my designs printed today at a UPS store, using a huge fancy laser printer on 110lb cardstock,
which is about half as thick as the cardboard that game boxes are typically printed on.
I'm pretty happy with how they turned out, will still tweak a couple of things like the tiny font at the top of the sides
which is too close to the edges.
Anyway I just spent a couple of hours assembling some, designing was easy compared to scoring, folding, cutting, assembling, ugh.
One thing I don't like is how the ink sort of cracked on the edges when I scored and folded them.
And my assembly skills are shite, the edges aren't really lined up perfectly due to my imprecise scoring etc etc.
But you get the idea of how they should look.
So I'm thinking of getting them printed by Marc's printer in Germany so they will look nicer,
and I'm just checking if there is any interest here in buying a set.
I designed these using Marc's box template, which we used for FFTC Hockey,
they match to the pixel so they should be perfect.
Once again these are boxes only, for games that will likely never be released,
I have no programming skills whatsoever so boxes are the limit of what I can create.