The game “Crazier Eights” was released 2014, and it was the first version of the game. It is now known at the “First Edition.” It is sold out for our web store, but if you want to buy it elsewhere, you have to just look for a game simply called Crazier Eights without a subtitle. Continue reading
We have six promo cards for the holiday season. Order either of the new games today and you get all six promo split cards. In particular, each order of Crazier Eights: Olympus & Crazier Eights: Pantheon comes with all six promo cards. This offer expires at the start of January 1, 2021. Continue reading
The official Crazier Eights Facebook group can be found here. This is often the best way to keep up with any updates and give me feedback regarding future versions of Crazier Eights.
Join the group, and you also have a chance of winning prizes. We will have two winners, who each get a free copy of Crazier Eights: Camelot. One winner will be randomly selected by active members of the group who write a meaningful post or comment about Crazier Eights starting in August 2020. The other winner will be a randomly selected new member who joined the group in August 2020 or after.
This contest ends at the beginning of November 3rd, 2020.
Go here to see the contest’s terms and conditions. Shipping is free for the USA, $7 to Canada, and $12 to anywhere else.
The number one rule of card graphic design is that you need the art to extend farther than you might think. This is basically a bleed area because of the possibility of a miscut or “drift.” This is mostly important when making art for the card back or the card frames. Similarly, nothing important should be outside of “a safe zone.”
I will show exactly what I have in mind below. Continue reading
They also reviewed Crazier Eights: One Thousand & One Nights here.