Big News! Voting has begun for the Solo Game Design Challenge of the Game Crafter and my game Tomb Roller is in the list!
As you might know I’ve entered a game design competition on the Game Crafter website to design a solo board game. The competition just closed and they need to narrow the entries down from 42 to just 20! Of Course I’m hoping Tomb Roller will be one of those 20! You can check out more about Tomb Roller here.
Voting is done by community voting. Which means you do need a Game Crafter account and spend 10 crafter points to vote. So if you have some crafter points lying around come help support me and cast a vote for Tomb Roller here;
If you like to share this with you friends or give feedback, by all means do! I will post an update once I know more.
Let’s hope for the best!
Times of relaxation have come here at Brokwerk! I will be going on a family holiday and will therefore be adjusting the release schedule of Behind the Tabletop.
Unlike many pro’s in the field we don’t have any fallback episodes, we just started and released our podcast. This is something I intend to fix when I get back from the holidays, be it solely for my own relaxation. I also would like to use this time to reconsider some choices made regarding the podcast and how I/we intend to keep it going and with what angle. Exciting stuff if you’d ask me!
These next couple of weeks I do intend to keep writing and designing, so make sure to follow us on instagram and twitter, to keep posted!
To gather some inspiration, let me know in the comments what you would like to see/hear from us!
A first for the Brokwerk site, a small news update about our new Print and Play game.
As many of you who have been following our social media know, Call the Shot is available for download! For those who don’t know what Call the Shot is, it’s a 2 player bluffing micro game in which you face off against your opponent in an epic duel. If you want know all about Call the shot and how it’s played check out the download page.
I am still looking for feedback on the game and would love to know what you all make of it. You can drop your comments and feedback on the site or our social media. So if you haven’t already go download the PDF, cut out the 14 cards, find an opponent and get to dueling.