Awesome! I'll let you know, bhu! The first deck is gonna' be zombie, but the next will be Super-Heroic - the idea is to make multiple decks with multiple scripts, and keep expanding so you can blend together to make mashup scripts: the survivors of the apocalypse develop super-powers with which to face the horde, etc. Have a Teen Drama deck in the works too; should be able to swing High School of the Dead-style action and/or Super-Hero/ine High stuff. Fun! Holler if you'd like Print n' Play in the meanwhile - we haven't started blind testing, yet, and that would help kick my butt on finishing the latest copy of the written rules. We're planning a video, too (I'm the beardy guy in the play video, btw), to make learning to play easier, but that's a bit that'll have to wait till I have a tad more time.
Yeah, Nanshork, I feel you - age and such do tend to get in the way. Dude, if you gotta move for work, though, New Mexico is pretty sweet! I've kept my hand in games, just let things go with 3.5 (since, y'know, d20 seems dead compared to a lot of the new stuff, though I still love it in my heart of hearts). Actually blogged about it on genrecardgame.com: http://mmlow1979.wix.com/genrecardgame#!Winning-is-for-Losers/v7862/56c276240cf2100f6473fa86
. Blogging being part of the marketing thing (ew), but I've been enjoying writing about games a bit - been too long since I've been on the forums!
Apropos of games - just got a sweet old copy of Tunnels and Trolls which inspired me to go shopping for the new Deluxe version. It's kinda' AWESOME - way simple and stripped, but cool!
Anyhoo, cheers, guys!