I worked on updating the rules card, which will be included for Crazier Eights: Olympus. It’s rephrased slightly to add clarity, and the win condition is now mentioned right away.
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James Gray, the designer of Crazier Eights, will be at Dundracon, a board game convention on Friday, February 13th, and Saturday, February 14th. This will be at the San Ramon Mariott hotel, near the the bay area of California. This will be your chance to play the Crazier Eights games with the maker of the games.
He will run two events on Friday:
- Friday, 12PM — Crazier Eights: Camelot. (Salon 1 Table 1)
- Friday, 4PM — Crazier Eights: 1001 Nights. ( Salon 1 Table 1)
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: One Thousand & One Nights. One winner will be randomly selected by active members of the group who write a meaningful post or comment about Crazier Eights starting in March 2019. The other winner will be a randomly selected new member who joined the group in March 2019 or after.
This contest ends at the beginning of November 24th, 2019.
Go here to see the contest’s terms and conditions. Shipping is free for the USA, $7 to Canada, and $12 to anywhere else.
Crazier Eights: Olympus will be the next Crazier Eights game with a Greek mythology theme. I hope to start a Kickstarter crowd funding campaign for it in February 2020, and I hope it will be released by June 2020.
All of the cards from the set are shown below.
Protospiel San Jose is a Bay Area play testing event with over eighty game designers. It’s your chance to help game designers improve their games, and have fun playing games. And it’s free for play testers.
The event will be on Friday October 11 – 13, and it will be at the Mountain View Game Kastle (550 Showers Drive Mountain View, CA 94040). More information can be found here.
James Gray, the designer of Crazier Eights, will be there to test new versions of the game. Continue reading