I just got back from my one-day-only trip to GenCon in Indianapolis. Here I am taking a break with the official Munchkin mascot (Randy is inside). I spent most of the day helping Will run demos of Revolution. They only brought about 100 copies to the con and had already sold 40 by the time I arrived. Today they sold nearly as many--only a few left for the remaining couple of days! They should be in stores next week if you missed out.
I also got to sign a few autographs ('cause I'm famous now--at least about six people think so)! Anyway, I had a blast meeting lots of different people and explaining the game to them. Almost everyone who played really seemed to like it. GenCon was packed, though I haven't been in a few years. Parking is $25 now! Yikes! Fortunately, SJG graciously reimbursed me.
And I got to (finally) meet Mr. Phil Reed himself. He seems like quite a nice guy with a head for the business side of things. He spent most of the day thinking up bold new visions for the future and talking to important people--time well spent. All in all, a productive and fun day!
Here are a few more pics: