SANTA MONICA, CA — To jump start the New Year, Gridopolis Games is thrilled to announce the release of our first-ever ‘limited edition’ innovative gaming product. The launch of Gridopolis signals a revolution in board gaming as the world’s first 'construction set meets strategy game.’
Featuring three-dimensional game play and an infinitely expandable system that can be endlessly rearranged, the Gridopolis game set is an inspiring new take on classic board games. Now, you can play the games you know and love without any of the previous limits and constraints.
“The inspiration for Gridopolis came from playing board games that were either flat and repetitive, or that had incredibly complicated 100-page instruction guides,’ said creator and founder Dave Schultze. “I decided to create Gridopolis by combining the creative play of construction sets with the fun of strategy games.”
Described as “one of the most original and fun game ideas… ever seen” by industry experts, Gridopolis’ unlimited customization is built directly into the game’s DNA. So, not only is it perfect for families and gamer geeks alike, it’s also proving to be a big hit with parents and teachers due to its functionality as a practical and fun tool for STEM education.
“We see massive potential for Gridopolis to become a STEM learning tool,” Schultze said. “Whether designing your own games from scratch or customizing existing board sets, players of all ages can learn and strategize in multiple dimensions for enhancing STEM knowledge.”
Interested gamers are invited to sign up online at www.gridopolis.fun. Become a citizen of Gridopolis to get access to news alerts and special offers.
Gridopolis Games is an innovative game-design laboratory founded by Dave Schultze to break the mold of traditional board games by challenging gamers to think creatively and strategically in three dimensions. Schultze has a degree in Architecture, an Architect’s License, and a Masters of Industrial Design from the prestigious ArtCenter College of Art + Design in Pasadena, CA. Dave maintains his commitment to education by being a Lynda.com author and by teaching a weekly class in 3D Visualization at OTIS College of Art + Design in Los Angeles, CA.
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