My entry in The Game Crafter and Letiman Games worker placement contest arrived today. It looks great with the UV coating and linen finish. The cards shuffle great and the laser cut chits are the nicest chits I've seen, once you wipe the soot off.
The Board Game Workshop will be a show about board game design. Each episode will focus on an in progress game design and its designer. We will play the game and provide feedback. We hope to achieve three things with this show: valuable feedback for the designer, useful design information for the audience, and increased … Continue reading The Board Game Workshop
I haven't gotten much work done on this design lately. After the promising but slow play test I left it for a while and recently felt like giving it an overhaul and changing the focus to more of an economic empire builder. Not sure when I'll get around to working on it. Smaller games distract … Continue reading 4X Trading – Design Post 8
I'm looking for play testers for a small dexterity game. Flipped consists of a single tile. The tile is used to determine which dexterity challenge a player must perform and is also used to perform that challenge. The rules are simple and the game plays quickly. For a look at the rules go to https://bluecubeboardgames.com/flipped/. … Continue reading Free Play Test Copy of Flipped
Showing Space Station Disaster at the Boston Festival of Indie Games went very well. We arrived and setup relatively easily. The banners looked great, and we had a booth facing the entrance so we had good crowds. The show started off slowly, but soon we had people stop for a demo. We were starting demos … Continue reading Space Station Disaster at BFIG
Revising the rules for Space Station Disaster. Designing banners and ordering a lot of printing. A lot to do and less than a month to do it. Hope to see you at the Boston Festival of Indie Games on September 12th at MIT.
Space Station Disaster made it into the tabletop showcase for the BostonFIG. We'll have a booth to demo the game and hopefully some other fun stuff. The festival will be held at MIT on Saturday September 12th. You can find out more about the festival at http://www.bostonfig.com.