Posted By Richard on April 24, 2011
Hello Everyone! Richard here with an update from Chicken Hut Games. We have been so busy developing new games that we haven’t had much time to update the site, but I am very proud to announce our newest game has gone to the printers in preparation for MARCON: Appian Way Cafe!
Enter into the world of roman dining with this fast paced matching game. Wait… Roman dining? It turns out that aside from building large empires and lots of roads, the Romans also loved fast food. They were a people on the go and didn’t always have time to cook, so that’s where you come in. As waitstaff at the Appian Way Cafe, you are working hard to fill your orders before the other players so that you can score the most tips. The kitchen is too busy cooking to pay attention so you have to be lucky and clever to get your orders filled!
Quick to learn and quick to play for 2-6 players, this game is fun for all ages. Wonderfully Illustrated by our own Maryanne Papke, this game will be arriving soon on our website for order, so keep your eyes on us for this and other new games from Chicken Hut!
Posted By Thaddeus on December 14, 2010
The Chicken Hut Offices will be closed from December 17th through December 27th. If you want to order a copy of Baba Yaga for that special someone’s special holiday gift then don’t delay.
Posted By Thaddeus on November 10, 2010
Get it here: Baba Yaga Rule Book
This version of the rule book is slightly different than the one packaged with our first printing. In addition to a title page, company url, and a few typo fixes we expanded the section on game components with more visual examples.
Gone though is the list of alternate games, which can now be found (and expanded upon) in our forums.
Also the bibliography that showcases some of the works referenced in the making of Baba Yaga is now just on our website.
Posted By Maryanne on August 5, 2010
There is now a Frequently Asked Questions page for gameplay in Baba Yaga, conveniently located HERE! Unsure about various nuances of movement, encounters, and challenges? Wondering just how the Winter Wolves work anyway, or what the answer to the Tsar’s Riddle is? The F.A.Q. is now here for you!
We are also working on a revised version of the rulebook for the second printing, which will be available for download on the website as well. : )
Posted By Thaddeus on July 1, 2010
We’ve been pretty bad about taking pictures of our own product so we’re hoping that you’ll help us pick up the slack! If you’ve purchased a copy of Baba Yaga (or know someone who did) then please snap a few photos of you and your game in action, send them to us and we’ll put them up on the website.
To start us off, here’s a few contributions from Ray Tomlin-
Posted By Richard on June 29, 2010
The store is up and running! You can now purchase copies of Baba Yaga for $50 (+$10 postage and packaging for the continental U.S.) We have a very limited number of our first edition left, so grab em fast.
A second printing is contingent on interest.
Posted By Richard on June 28, 2010
Hi all, your friendly CHG webmaster here. Forums are live as of this moment. You can get to them via the the link above or via http://forum.chickenhutgames.com/
It’s a bit barren right now, but please feel free to register and post your comments and suggestions. We are working to fill the site with content as best we can! Planned are FAQ’s the little bits of errata we have noticed and of course some game support like the manual in PDF, wall papers and other surprises!
On another note, the store will be up and running in the next day or so, I am just working the last kinks out of it. It is working in the prototype as of this moment, but I want to make sure it’s as hassle free as possible. Payments will be handled through PayPal, since it’s about the best option we have found. in any case, keep your eyes on the site and FB page for updates about the store and news of new games coming soon!