My friend Amanda Havu thought the rank & suit of the cards should be more centered, and that is currently what I have used. If I change the size, I have to change a lot of cards. You can see the two options below. Continue reading
I posted quite a few polls recently regarding the card layout & card frames because I wanted to finish up the new look for the game. I recently converted multiple sets of Crazier Eights including Camelot and the jumbo version of Camelot because I need to have them printed to show them off at DunDraCon.
What were the poll results? Continue reading
Multicolor 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
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I will give one copy of the original Crazier Eights games as a prize to those currently subscribed to the newsletter this February. The winner will be determined on February 21th, 2017. Continue reading
Some people suggested the fonts could be better for Crazier Eights. I need fonts for the title, text, and rank of the cards. I have selected four options to choose from for each, and you can vote on your preference. Continue reading
We are getting close to finishing the card frames developed by Crimson Studio. I have been trying out various color scheme options for the Wild Cards and you can vote below for your preference. Continue reading