Gen Con 2015: Booth #1754

The “best four days in gaming”? You bet we’ll be there! Visit us at booth #1754 to experience the latest from D20PRO and our other titles.  

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PAX 2014 – Highlights

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We were at PAX this year with a 20×20 booth and the turnout was excellent! All four sections of our area saw a lot of traffic as people came by to look at the displays. In the this picture, you can see the initial draft of the booth plans. These were refined somewhat, resulting in the version seen below. Here we can see the crowd down the aisle, waiting for the Exhibit Hall to open. This is the same view, taken from a few feet closer so that you can see the touchscreen mounted on the post. We had one […]

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Return from GenCon 2013

We are back today from another amazing GenCon experience! We had a number of wonderful co-exhibitors this time around, d20Pro, Flying Helmet Games with Eon Altar, andMachine Code Games with their entire suite! We ran two game tables at the show in addition to our hardware on display in the exhibit hall. The community response has been great thus far. GenCon Attendee’s, please keep in mind that you’ll need to contact us (info@mesamundi.com) to get your show rates applied to post ‘Con purchases.

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Origins Game Fair 2013

We are on the road today and tomorrow heading down to Origins 2013.  Mesa Mundi will be helping out at booth #535 — D20Pro/Scrying Eye Games.  Stop by to see interactive demonstrations of D20Pro on the Monolith touch screens.  We will also be showing how digital signage can be used in the gaming show setting to enhance customer engagement for artists, content writers and, well, everyone. We will also have a table setup in the D20Pro game area running adventures and casual games for general enjoyment and entertainment.

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5 New Machine Code Games Titles Launched!

We’ve launched 5 new games today in conjunction with Machine Code Games. The new games are as follows: The Battle Home: A Pachisi Game – This is very similar to the classic Parcheesi board game of yore.  I’ll admit I’ve lost of a lot of time to testing and retesting this game—not all of that time loss was due to a _need_ to test, if you know what I mean. The game can be played with up to four players independently or on teams. The default install includes two game boards, a square one and a “plus” shaped one. There are […]

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