I am going to release Crazier Eights: Camelot, and I decided to also release Crazier Eights: Avalon. Crazier Eights is a fantasy card game similar to Crazier Eights in that the first player with zero cards in hand wins, and every card can be played for an ability. Both Crazier Eights: Camelot & Avalon are inspired by the King Arthur stories. Continue reading
I 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
Back 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
Why can’t you buy off politicians or get a bail out from the Federal Reserve when playing Monopoly? Monopoly can be more realistic. It doesn’t show all the unfair advantages the rich really get. These cards represent what it is missing. (Monopoly is trademarked by Hasbro. These cards are meant to be educational & a parody.)
I am trying to publish my own game for the first time. One of the best ways to try to publish a game is to use Kickstarter, which lets people pledge money for having the game made (including manufacturing costs). With enough money, people who make a pledge can get a copy of the game, and the game will be manufactured.
Crazier Eights is a fantasy card game that is similar to Crazier Eights (the game Uno is based on). You take turns drawing a card, playing a card for an effect, and discarding a card that has the same color or rank as the top card of the discard pile.
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All of the images used for the cards should be in the public domain, but the card templates and mana symbols are TM & © 1993-2013 Wizards of the Coast.