Did I mention I created a card game? Let's talk about that for this week's session.
Through the magic of a small batch printing site called The Game Crafter I have been able to assemble and sell a small card game I developed called We are Gods. The gist of the game is for players to assemble creatures using a bunch of random body parts and do battle for the glory of themselves. They are gods after all.
We are Gods is a game for two to four players and -- OK, I realize that I am sort of reviewing my own game, but I'm not really here to tell you how good or bad it is. That's up to you to decide. And if you want to buy it, play it, and write a review about the first ten minutes of it, send your review to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will post it on here so you can tell the world how awful (but really how awesome) We are Gods is -- it typically takes about an hour to play. As a god, you have access to powers that allow you to crush your opponents' creatures and if you have the last creature standing (or the creature with the most health in the event of a stalemate) you win! Make the others bow down and pay homage to you! But remember, the game is short, and in the next game you may be the one doing the bowing down and homage paying...
We are Gods is available now at The Game Crafter for $14.99.