Ninja Division, a small board-game maker in Garden City, grew revenues to $5 million in 2015. Four Kickstarter campaigns brought in $3.3 million, helping to pay manufacturing costs. Creative Director John Cadice shows off the biggest seller, “Super Dungeon: Explore.”
Ninja Division, a small board-game maker in Garden City, grew revenues to $5 million in 2015. Four Kickstarter campaigns brought in $3.3 million, helping to pay manufacturing costs. Creative Director John Cadice shows off the biggest seller, “Super Dungeon: Explore.” Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com
Ninja Division, a small board-game maker in Garden City, grew revenues to $5 million in 2015. Four Kickstarter campaigns brought in $3.3 million, helping to pay manufacturing costs. Creative Director John Cadice shows off the biggest seller, “Super Dungeon: Explore.” Darin Oswald doswald@idahostatesman.com

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