Questions and general discussion for all Two Hour Wargames products
shon maxx wrote:I've had the same problem when posting THW reviews on the miniatures site (can't remember the name). My wife and I post reviews on Amazon all the time, though I figured with how technology hates me, it wouldn't work this time. Luckily it did for both. The account BTW is in her name as she does a lot of buying and selling with it.
Just wondering, are the games listed under Books or Toys and Games?
junkbarbarian wrote:So, sort of related suggestion.
When I was researching rule sets and deciding if wanted NUTS! or not, I noticed there is almost nothing about it on youtube. I found a playthrough for an older version, but that was about it. I think some short videos with decent production value could do wonders for visibility. Maybe an intro, one about turn sequence (one of the more interesting mechanics), and a more in depth play through type video. Might take some time and money, but I think it would pay you back in the long run.
EDIT: also worth mentioning that the WWII tactical miniatures games with the biggest Youtube presence seem to be Chain of Command and Bolt Action. Both of these are interesting, but I'm not sure I would call them direct competition because the minimum force is larger (platoon). There is an increase in the popularity of games that can be played with just a few minis, and neither of these games fit that niche. Might be a great time to try to increase the visibility of your game.
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