Playing Gods proudly part of Blasphemy Day!

by | Sep 29, 2009 | News | 0 comments

What better way to spend this Wednesday than by indulging in blasphemous fun with the world’s first satirical game of religious warfare, Playing Gods: The Board Game of Divine Domination?

Playing Gods is pleased to be part of Blasphemy Day, an international campaign launched by the Center for Inquiry to establish September 30 as a national day to promote free speech and stand up in a show of solidarity for the freedom to satirize or disrespect religion without fear of murder, violence, and reprisal. The event was a natural fit for Playing Gods. “As a writer and satirist, free speech is essential to not only my profession but democracy itself,” creator Ben Radford said, pompously quoting himself from a press release.

In honor of the first International Blasphemy Day, I will be offering a one-day special sale on Playing Gods. It’s a divine deal: buy one get one free (BOGO to all you retail-savvy folk). That’s right, if you order a Playing Gods game between 12:01 AM and 11:59 PM on Wednesday Sept. 30, Blasphemy Day, you will get a second game at no charge. Just order from the Web site ( There’s no special code needed, just order whatever you’d like (including the special deal packages) and I’ll enclose a free game with your order (U.S. orders only). Couldn’t be simpler. Hell, I’ll even throw in one free Expansion Pack ($5 value) with each game you buy.

This is the perfect opportunity to get Playing Gods, or think ahead to the holiday season. Keep one game for yourself and give the second as a gift. Or hide the game in a closet, forget you have it, and buy another one in January! It’s up to you!

If you know someone who might like the game, pass this info along to them. This is a one-time, one-day special offer, so take advantage of it, Goddamn it!


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