“What’s the best way to print my game?”
Have you recently asked yourself this question? Are you searching for a cost effective way to print your designed game and get it to market? Are you putting together your Kickstarter campaign and need pricing to use for your budget? Perhaps you just need to get some Prototypes made for reviewers and conventions?
If you are asking these questions, then you are at the right place to find an answer for your struggle.
“Why should I print through MGP?”
As an Indie Game Developer myself, I understand the struggle that most of my clients go through: budgets are tight, hours are long and the passion is through the roof… but I don’t have the time to learn everything about the printing industry not to mention shipping! I just want to design and sell my product!
Let MGP help by relieving the pressure. I will work with you to ensure that your bill of materials (the parts of your game) all make sense and is presented in a way to help the factory understand your needs. I’ll also take away the worry of working with a Chinese factory and getting the message lost in translation. I am an American who has been working with a single Chinese factory and have developed a great friendship with the factory.
Additionally, my background comes from the sheet metal manufacturing world as a designer. I understand how parts are manufactured and how important quality. Feel free allow my experience to help your team.
“What types of games do you print?”
- Playing Cards (normal playing cards for promotions and high-end poker cards that are used as gifts and collections)
- Card Games (great for serious gamers or just party games)
- Board Games (games that we are all familiar with that require boards and pieces like chits and dice)
- Rules Booklets
In addition to game pieces, we also can make other game related items that might be of interest while you are searching:
- Rules books
- Text books
- Gift boxes
- Greeting Cards
- Shopping Bags
- 3-D Printing on Plastic
We can even print your games in plastic instead of card board if you’d like plastic cards.
“I’m Sold! What’s next?!”
The first step in getting a quote is to Contact Us. We will need to know some standard information about your company or team and your product. The form will save us some communication bounce time by asking you the most important questions that we need to quote your game. Check out our Game Specifications page for details.
Thank you for stopping by our website. If you have any questions regarding anything, please feel free to contact us.