This is just a little bit of design I did as Community Manager for IndieCade. We wanted to show people what IndieCade games were playable at GDC 2014 but I didn’t want to just post a bland list so I put this together. I’m really pleased with how it turned out!
Before I headed off to LA for IndieCade 2013 last year I decided to kit myself out with some new duds (hello, the ’90s.). But instead of just buying the nearest Batman shirts, I thought, why not design some of my own? I’ve done it before. So designed and made a couple of T-Shirts around a couple of things I like in life.
This Sunday I’ve organised for some friends to get together and play some tabletop games. It’s our first time. We played a lot of Halo (system link ftw) during high school but with the dawn of internet gaming it became less and less frequent. I was primarily spurred on by this (excellent but long) video from Shut Up & Sit Down. We’re gonna start off easy, safe with Settlers of Catan and Werewolf. I’ve only played Werewolf once in my life, but had the privilege of doing it with some really wonderful people at IndieCade 2012. I had a great time with it, despite leaning on some common roots I shared with another player to manipulate her allegiances. Sorry, Brenda. I wanted to share it with my friends and to try to make it a little special I decided to make some cards to assign the roles rather than just scrawling them on paper (though my design is basically just doing that with Photoshop). Continue reading →
I call it “One Hit Kill”. It’s basically Rock, Paper, Scissors where you can only win with scissors. Two players play head-to-head with five cards each: 1 KILL, 2 DODGE, 2 REST. Each turn, both players select the card they want to play and place it face down on the table. The cards are then turned over simultaneously and as bombastically as possible for MAXIMUM DRAMA. The object of the game is to play a KILL when your opponent plays a REST. The winner is the first to 3 KILLS. Continue reading →
Alongside the Batman shirts I had an idea for an extremely simple Street Fighter shirt that I am baffled isn’t an official piece of merchandise. It’s just Akuma’s Kanji symbol on a navy t-shirt, since Akuma’s gi is traditionally dark blue. The symbol appears under certain conditions, most notably when the player achieves a KO with a Raging Demon. Another friend liked the idea too and asked for one. I sprung for A3 printing. It was a good decision.