First Playthrough With Printed Cards

First shipment of our prototype cards came in today! The first thing we did was lay them all out, organize them, and then built two 600 point decks (about 30 cards) to play a few games. Playing with actual cards instead of hard-to-read cut up note cards made the game much easier to play. We’re …

Action Economy

The action economy, a set number of actions a player may take each turn, is often referred to in RPG games like Dungeons & Dragons and Pathfinder. It’s also used in living card games like Android Netrunner & Arkham Horror: The Card Game. Generally speaking, most of these games have a set number of actions …

The First Playthrough

Our first step in designing a new game was to make a game that was fun and engaging to play. It all started with a rules brainstorming session on paper, that we then translated into hand-drawn note cards to quickly play through. It didn’t look pretty, but it got the job done. The game played surprisingly …