Isabelle was playing when she fell and hurt herself. She’ll be okay, but she needs your help to stop the bleeding and get rid of the germs.
As Isabelle’s blood, you and your friends move through Isabelle’s circulatory system to heal her. But you also need to do everything else the blood does when she gets hungry, exercises or does her homework.
There are three different ways to play Isabelle’s Blood: as a puzzle, cooperative, or player versus player. You can pick any of them.
Isabelle’s Blood is for 1 to 4 players ages 12 and up. It takes about 20 minutes to play. Continue reading “Isabelle’s Blood Cells”
With less than a week to go, I’ve entered Starving Artists in the survival contest at The Game Crafter. Starving Artists is a game for 2-4 players. It takes about 15 minutes per player to play.
In Starving Artists, you are a painter trying to become famous. On your turns you gather your paints and canvases and try to sell your completed paintings for more paints and, most importantly, more food.
You complete paintings by applying the “paints” (which are game cubes) to your canvases. The more complicated the combination and the more paints required to complete, the more food and paints you can collect. Continue reading “Starving Artists”
Ever wonder how big things on The Game Crafter really are? Have no idea how to use a ruler? Great, this page is for you. Continue reading “The Game Crafter with a Banana for Scale”
Got some feedback on the first version of Sneeze cards and have since updated all of them.
Here’s an example of a before and after of one of the germ cards:
As you can see:
- Added the color of the infection directly to the card.
- Highlighted the science information and made it larger and more young-person friendly.
- Increase the font size all around.
- Added a little depth to the infection card.
Similar changes happened to other cards.