We're turning our fans into reviewers, and you can get a game of ours months before it's published
Reviewers get to have all the fun, so we're turning our fans into reviewers. If you might want to get a pre-release game before it's published and review it, read on.
Most Wanted: a game that does for Poker what King of Tokyo does for Yahtzee
Sometimes two old ideas can combine to make a brand new one. There’s a strange alchemical magic in it. A good example is King of Tokyo, which combines Yahtzee with Kaiju. Now we have a game like that. It's called Most Wanted, which combines Poker with Old West outlaw shenanigans.
dude - it's a game where you say dude
We've come to appreciate the value of doofiness, and that, in turn, has inspired us to explore other doofy game ideas.
In the course of our exploration, we found a game of such profound, undiluted doofiness that we feel we have no choice but to publish it (possibly against our better judgement). I'm writing today with a sneak preview.
All deep games are legacy games (and other ways to think about depth)
At North Star Games, we love designing deep games. But it's getting harder to justify doing it, because depth may be out of fashion a little. So we've decided to evangelize for it. Here are three ways to understand the great pleasures of depth.
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