Any news on Wizard Blocks?

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Re: Any news on Wizard Blocks?

Post by Chuck » Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:21 pm

Tower5 wrote:Is there any news on Wizard Blocks or other games?
We are exploring some new things and that's all I can really say right now. Our main focus at this time is filling orders and adding a few new features. The company that made our cases gave us lots of problems so we are working with a new case manufacturer right now.

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Re: Any news on Wizard Blocks?

Post by Revo76 » Sun Feb 28, 2010 3:43 pm

Sounds familiar.....

When I was working for a company in the casino industry, I worked through 6 metal companies in 3 years.
This partially had to do with the requests the company I worked for made towards these companies.
But still it is happening worldwide I see, it is not easy to find a good metal company which can meet every demand.
Wish you good luck in finding a better company.

I doubt Wizard Block will ever see the light of day, but I will not give up hope so soon.
But hope is very very very thin, especially after all the news concerning the rerun of Medieval Madness many years ago.

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Re: Any news on Wizard Blocks?

Post by Tower5 » Sun Feb 28, 2010 6:48 pm

Oh to have Medieval Madness playable on NuCore....
(Maybe using the Revenge playfield)

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Re: Any news on Wizard Blocks?

Post by Chuck » Sun Feb 28, 2010 8:30 pm

Revo76 wrote:Sounds familiar.....

When I was working for a company in the casino industry, I worked through 6 metal companies in 3 years.
This partially had to do with the requests the company I worked for made towards these companies.
But still it is happening worldwide I see, it is not easy to find a good metal company which can meet every demand.
Wish you good luck in finding a better company.
The trick with metal fabricators in Michigan is they all do work for automotive. If you're not running 1000 pcs they don't care about you :p We're working on ways to eliminate our problems though.

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