Myths & Magic Card Game

I have been designing a new card game that focuses on multiple win conditions. Right now I am more focused on making it a deck construction game (basically a “cube”) and it is not currently made to have a shared deck. However, I hope it will work well if you have a random deck of 40 cards.

front and back2 myths and magic

The card back was designed by Krystyna Nowek. The card frames were designed by Teresa Guido.

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Pre-Order Crazier Eights Olympus

olympus cards 2Zeus, Artemis, Atlantis, and many other wonders from Greek mythology come to life with these 52 imaginative and unique cards. Each card represents a different aspect from a story, and new stories are created in each game. That’s 52 different card abilities.

Crazier Eights is a gateway fantasy card game. Every card has a unique ability and the first player with zero cards in hand wins.

Pre-order the games at recoculousshop.square.site.

Release date: August 14, 2020.

Crazier Eights: Olympus

Crazier Eights: Olympus is on Kickstarter, and there’s only seven more days to go. We reached two stretch goals so far! Go here to take a look.

This is a stand alone gateway fantasy card game with Zeus, Artemis, Perseus, and much more! This is a good chance to get several extra promo cards, or the jumbo version of the game.

Retail value: $15.

Crazier Eights: Camelot on Kickstarter

camelot cards8I made a gateway fantasy card game, Crazier Eights: Camelot, inspired by the stories of King Arthur. It is similar in some ways to Uno or Crazy Eights, except every card has a unique ability. You can find it on Kickstarter here.

You can download the print & play file here.

Kickstarter is for Crowdfunding. With enough funding, you will pay for any rewards you pledge for, I will have enough money to have the game manufactured, and I will send your rewards to you. Continue reading

Spellslinger: Camelot

level-4bBack in 2013 I developed a Magic: the Gathering set used to teach people how to play Magic (as seen here). There are four different difficulty levels to help ease a person into the complexity of the game.

I am now developing a new version that can be considered a standalone game with new card frames, a King Arthur theme, and some other unique elements. It can also be considered to be a new version of Spellslinger (originally developed from late 2013). Continue reading