Saturday, February 25, 2017

Houdini museum reveals HoudiniOpoly pawn pieces

Dorothy Dietrich and Dick Brookz of the Houdini Museum in Scranton have revealed three pawn pieces for their upcoming HoudiniOpoly board game with a promise of more to come. Last month they launched a very successful Kickstarter campaign for the game. Below are pics and a special message from Dorothy and Dick.

Great News! From the Houdini Museum.
Thanks to all of your support, our HoudiniOpoly Kickstarter campaign is so successful, that we are able to add some additional perks to the game. So far, we have added Houdini's Beer Barrel, a Hypnotic Eye, and Houdini's Milk Can Escape. We are hoping for more support so we can include more special pieces. It's still going so please share our link to all your social media so we can keep adding extra perks. If you have any ideas you would like included in the game, call, text or email us. We love all the positive feedback we have been getting. We can't wait to play HoudiniOpoly for the first time.

You can learn more about the game and check out a whole host of special premiums at the HoudiniOpoly Kickstarter page. The campaign ends March 9.


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2 comments:

  1. WAH made a difference. Thanks to John Cox. Our HoudiniOpoly Kickstarter project finished March 9 with $14,552 pledged, 81% over our goal for a total of 187% funded.

    Highest/most funded in Scranton KickStarter history.
    https://www.kickstarter.com/discover/advanced?woe_id=2490116&sort=most_funded&seed=2478226&page=1

    and with the most number of bsckers in Scranton KickStarter history.

    https://www.kickstarter.com/discover/advanced?woe_id=2490116&sort=most_backed&seed=2478226&page=1

    AND the second highest Houdini project in KickStarter history.
    We could not have reached those heights without the help of John Cox and Wild About Houdini. Along with our own sites and many Facebook friends, he played a significant part in our success. If anyone has any doubt about his drawing power, let this be the proof. We will be forever grateful. Thank you John.

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    1. Thanks so much D&D, and congrats! Really looking forward to the game.

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