Gary Games Rebrands as Stone Blade Entertainment and new Ascension Holiday mini-set

By Polar_Bear
In Card Games
Dec 14th, 2012
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Gary Games will no longer be Gary Games, but will now be Stone Blade Entertainment.

Also, there’s a new Ascension mini-set available over on their website.

From the announcement (about the name change) :

Gary Games, a top industry gaming company, today unveiled the launch of its new name and brand identity, Stone Blade Entertainment. Effective today, the new name represents Gary Games’ commitment to creating and publishing quality entertainment properties for dedicated fans and newcomers alike.

“Gary Games was founded with the goal of gathering a group of inspiring people to make awesome games.” said Stone Blade Entertainment CEO and founder, Justin Gary “Changing our name to Stone Blade Entertainment aligns with this vision, because now our name will be awesome too.”

The new Stone Blade Entertainment identity recognizes the growth of the company and its commitment to providing fans with the quality entertainment products they have come to expect. The rollout of this new brand will coincide with the re-launch of company websites including the Ascension franchise and the upcoming Digital Collectable Game (DCG), SolForge.

Stone Blade Entertainment products will continue to feature high quality artwork and superior game design and development. Current tabletop and digital iOS games include Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer and its expansions, Ascension: Return of the Fallen, Ascension: Storm of Souls and Ascension: Immortal Heroes (table top).

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  • Ghost

    Who?

    • Drusus Geronimo Rat Esq

      My thoughts too.

      And not bothered enough to follow any links either!

  • Soulfinger

    Gary Games is a way better name. Kind of a rebranding fail in my opinion.

  • grimbergen

    Any relation to Garry’s mod?

  • Grindar

    Gary Games sounded friendly…Stone Blade Entertainment sounds bland and generi-game company.