This is a bonus game that will be added to the Crazier Eights: Olympus Kickstarter if we reach $2000. Take a look here!
Crazier Eights: Shahrzad is an expandalone — it can be played as a stand alone game or as an expansion for Crazier Eights: One Thousand & One Nights. It has thirty three new unique cards inspired by Shahrzad’s stories.
Rather than eights, Shahrzad has multicolored cards and split cards.
You can take a look at images of all the cards in Shahrzad here.
I have been playtesting Crazier Eights: Olympus for over a year and I decided I will be willing to sell up to one hundred high quality prototypes for $25 each, and limited to one per customer. It will only be up for sale until the beginning of December 15th (Pacific time). This is a rare and fantastic opportunity to help playtest the game. Continue reading
Crazier Eights: Avalon is a small stand alone version of Crazier Eights inspired by the stories of King Arthur. It can be played as a stand alone 2-3 player game, or mixed into Crazier Eights: Camelot for up to six players. It contains 33 cards — 13 multicolored cards & five cards of each color. (Retail Price: $10.)
It is official that Avalon will be made, and it will be released with Crazier Eights: Camelot. The estimated release date is October 20th.
Check out all the cards here.
I have been working on an expansion for Crazier Eights: Camelot — Avalon. It will be 33 new cards that can be played by two players, or shuffled into the Camelot deck. It makes it so at least two more people can pay the Camelot game (six instead of four). If it is large enough, it will also be enough cards for a two or three player game.
Here are the cards: Continue reading
Update (6/19/17): See the card images here.
I finished a rough draft Avalon, a new 15-16 card expansion, based on the King Arthur stories. It is specifically made with Crazier Eights: Camelot in mind, but could be mixed with any version of Crazier Eights to have larger variety of cards. An expansion also increases the number of players the game handles by one, so Crazier Eights with the expansion mixed in is enough cards for five people to play the game. Continue reading
I am working on new versions of Crazier Eights in addition to expansions. New versions include at least fifty two unique cards, and new expansions include fifteen unique cards. Part of the appeal of Crazier Eights is the wide range of themes that can be used, similar to Fluxx, which is a good excuse for having new versions and expansions with strong themes. The next version will be Crazier Eights: Camelot, but there’s more versions I am also working on. Let’s take a look. Continue reading