The Game Formerly Known As The Menorah Game is going to be published by Reiver Games.
It is being re-themed as a light-horror game called It's Alive!. The previous link contains more information, including the following:
It is the turn of the nineteenth century, and mad scientists throughout Europe are competing for the infamy of being the first to create life through the power of alchemy. Using only the raw materials provided by some dubious 'Suppliers to the Anatomical Trade', harnessed lightning and the services of a motley crew of unattractive servants you race to collect the eight body parts needed to create your monster and bring it to life. Unfortunately the local peasants are particularly clumsy and tend to die in freak farming accidents so the dubious gentlemen rarely find a whole cadaver in sufficiently good condition. Instead they offer the parts they have managed to salvage. Each turn you may buy the offered part, sell it to an anatomist for a meagre profit, or auction it trying to get a better deal or rip off your opponents. You might be lucky and get a coffin with a weakling clerk's cadaver in it, which can be used in lieu of any strapping villager's body part, or your involvement in the macabre trade might invoke the villagers' wrath.Note that aside from the re-theming, slight changes were made to the tile distribution and the game can now accommodate up to five players.
It's Alive! is a set collection and auction game for 2 to 5 players, aged 12 to adult. Games last 20 to 40 minutes.
It's Alive! will soon be available as a 300-copy limited edition. Each copy is numbered x/300. If you would like to pre-order a copy please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be put on the waiting list. Copies will retail for £15 plus postage and packaging (yet to be determined).
What Jack doesn't mention is that I'm offering all people who have copies of my prototype a 20% discount on the game as my thanks. Further details about that when it's actually available for sale.
Here is the parallel announcement on Jack's site. The game also already has a BGG entry. Oddly enough, it doesn't show up on my designer page, yet.
Oh, yes, I'm also working on another game design, of course.
P.S. Oh, yes: Don't believe Jack when he says ages 12 to adult. Some of the game's biggest fans were 9 or 10 when they first played it. [Jack says in the comments that the age range was determined because of the new theme.]