For the uninformed, GULP was the first game I designed for The Game Crafter, starting back in March and reaching (what I would call) a final design only a few weeks ago. The rules needed a fair amount of kobe-esque massaging but I can now officially call it a ‘super really fun game‘.
The action shots I was showing on the shop page for GULP were among the last my six-year-old Canon Powershot S2 IS was able to take before finally dying… and they were not very good. Alas, I am lucky to work in an office where they don’t mind me borrowing our absurdly nice camera for my lunch break to do a little photoshoot. What do you think of the pictures?
If you’re on a budget, this is my cheapest of games, both in actual cost, and the fact that you could play for FREE if you download the rules and a face card reference sheet and play the game using two standard decks of cards!
- Voting Begins in the 5th Street ChallengeWe’re pleased to report 65 entries in the 5th Street Challenge. It is now time for the community to vote on which entries are the best. They must narrow the field from 65 to only 20 semi-finalists. This is going to be a tough job, as there are some amazing looking games in here.
- "Listen, listen, listen! When the publisher speaks - really listen to what he/she is saying. Then..."“Listen, listen, listen! When the publisher speaks - really listen to what he/she is saying. Then respond in a way that shows you were listening.” - Jay Cormier (@bamboozlebros)
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- Voting Begins in the 5th Street Challenge