Harakiri Updates

Production, production, production

Here we are again with a new update full of content.

In line with the previous update, we are going to focus on informing you about the manufacturing process of the game.

The miniature manufacturing process has already finished, all the miniatures have been manufactured and are inside their inserts. Here we leave you with some pictures that were sent to us a few days ago from the factory:

The washed miniatures are kept in the production line to dissipate the smell of the wash.

Mats, dice trays and sleeves are all finished and awaiting final packaging.

Dice and metal coins are in the final stage.

They have also started printing all the cardboard components (cards, boxes, boards, tokens, etc.).

While Harakiri: Blades of Honor remains our top priority in terms of manufacturing, we have started working on several projects that we are very excited about. The development process of Harakiri: Blades of Honor has provided us with valuable lessons and significant growth, which has strengthened us for future challenges. In the coming months, there will be exciting news about our next project. In the meantime, we will continue to work hard to make sure you enjoy Harakiri to the fullest – stay tuned!

Also, we are pleased to announce that Marta, who has been working at Synergic Games for a year now, will be our project manager from now on and will bring her great experience in the industry to all the new projects that are coming soon. We are sure you will see her soon in more videos.

Hello again, let’s go with the thirteenth installment of this section. As always, your doubts and suggestions are welcome ūüėä I hope you like it!

In this case it’s Sedrik, Landolfo II and Nobuyuki, crossovers of Tanares, Black Rose wars: Rebirth and Sankokushin Five Sacrifices respectively.

For Noboyuki’s sword reflections I tried thinning the paint, using the same colors as the armor and skin: Burnt Red, Bloody Red and Sunny Skin Tone from Vallejo Model Color.

For Sedrick’s fur I have mixed many types of blues and purples: Abyssal Turquoise, Electric Blue, Deep Magenta and Jade Green from Vallejo Model Color.

I hope you liked it and I remind you that you can follow my Harakiri miniatures at Instagram.

Until the next update ūüėä!

Honor to all of you!