Crazier Eights Group Giveaway #9

first edition cardsThe 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.

Two members of the group will get a free version copy of Crazier Eights (the first edition). One will be a new member who joins during or after June 16th. The other will be a member of the group who already joined at an earlier point. Continue reading

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Newsletter Giveaway #6

regular-vs-jumboThe Monthly Newsletter is a great way to stay informed about the development, news, and new versions of Crazier Eights. Go here to join the newsletter.

I will give one copy of a jumbo Crazier Eights: Camelot prototype as a prize to a random person currently subscribed to the newsletter at the start of May. The winner will be determined on May 1st, 2017.

The contest’s terms and conditions can be found here. Continue reading

Facebook Group Giveaway #6

arabian cards2The 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.

One person who joins the group will get a free copy of the Crazier Eights: One Thousand & One Nights prototype. (The Arabian Nights version of Crazier Eights is a future version I am working on.)

Terms and conditions can be found here. The prize will be determined at the start of 7 April 2017. Continue reading

Crazier Eights Events at DunDraCon

m2-crown-of-kings2I will be attending DunDraCon at San Ramon, CA from Friday February 17th to Monday February 20th. My events can be found on their card game page here., but I will try to get some playtesting at Protospeil as well. I will be showing sneak previews of the Arabian Nights/10001 Nights version of Crazier Eights in addition to the new look for the game.

My main events are the following: Continue reading

Multicolor Card Frames

caelia-faerie-queenMulticolor cards are easier to discard because they match two or more different colors. They are mainly used in expansions, but four color cards would easily be added to the main sets of Crazier Eights as well.

I have been developing the multicolor card frames, and there are two options regarding how they will look. The first option is based on the regular card frame, and the second option is based on the current wild card frame. Take a look below: Continue reading