Games in Development
Note: These games are in various stages of development, and are presented in the title’s alphabetical order. Games will come and go from this list because they have been signed by a publisher, to comply with NDA’s, or shelved to make time for other projects.
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This game is all about imbuing meaning in a specific character and personality — a happy, fun, silly, light party game.
You are all Actors trying to impress the Director with your acting chops. Each round, you’ll receive three cards: a Line card, a Character card, and a Personality card. Your job is to communicate your Character and Personality by saying that line – each one from a classic Shakespeare play. Players score points every time the Director correctly picks the Character and Personality a player had.
Deck construction meets Deck DESTRUCTION!
It’s time for fighting robots! This 2 to 4 player ultimate robot match-up takes elements from your favorite robot battles to make a fast-paced, strategically driven game where luck still plays a role. Build a bot by drafting cards and form a deck, then play a card face-down to battle. Rock-paper-scissors meets War.
Pretend you’re a hacker, or defend your business from getting hacked!
According to WIRED magazine, “Bug bounties are programs that let security researchers submit potential flaws and vulnerabilities in a company’s software. Anyone can send a report and, perhaps, receive a reward for helping lock down a company’s systems.”
You represent a hacker crew or a tech company in today’s modern world – hackers are trying to hack others, while companies defending against hacks or hacking others. Make money, keep up your Reputation, and don’t hesitate to try hacking another player!
Family-friendly, press your luck, setting up ‘surprises’ for other players, hits that ‘I know something you don’t know’ note.
You’re a bunch of teenagers out for a scare, and that old abandoned haunted house on the edge of town has plenty of stories about it. Each teenager will explore the house individually, taking pictures of the creatures they found, setting up a little surprise for someone. and place your flag to prove you were here.
Convert as much of your Fear into Reputation as you can, but don’t get too scared or you’ll lose it instead!
A roll-and-draw game with strategy and luck. A collaboration with Paul Drecksler.
You’re all on holiday – yay! As you’re landing, you suddenly remembered those cheap tickets have left you with a long layover. It’s a beautiful day, so you’ve all decided to explore as much of the city as you can. Draw paths, circle districts, and score points to win!
Spin the Banana
A party game learned in a minute, yet offers deep strategy.
Don’t slip on a banana. Simple as that.
Play cards from your hand to protect yourself, then spin the banana. If the banana’s pointing at you, play a card to deflect it to someone else. If you’re out of cards, take a slipped card. Collect 3 slipped cards and you’re out – everyone else counts cards in their hand. Most cards in hand wins. You want to play enough cards to protect you while keeping enough cards to win…
Squirrels vs. Grandpa!
Simple, strategic, one vs. all game for the whole family!
The squirrels were just minding their own business collecting and burying nuts for the winter when Grandpa started shooing them away! They retreated just long enough to form a powerful squirrel army. Together, the squirrels will try to collect their buried acorns, free the trapped squirrels and drive Grandpa back into the house before the winter arrives!
In this gateway / breakthrough family-friendly one vs. all game, one player plays as Grandpa while all other players team up as the squirrel army. First to collect 7 acorns wins!
Manage your time and energy while traveling real-life Tokyo!
Vacations are expensive, but adventure doesn’t need to be! You are all tourists that just landed in Tokyo. Draw action cards, embrace local experiences, explore the city, and score the most Voyage Points over the game’s three rounds (days).
Each player will need to manage their time and cards while trying to visit their must-see places. Travelers: Tokyo is the first of a potential series, each carefully crafted to use a real-world’s culture, places and transportation systems.
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