Duelist’s Wager

Sorry that this game is a week late, but life happens sometimes. Expect to see the normal game this upcoming Sunday though. I’m also rewriting the Luckbinder, because it was dreadfully weak, so that should be out soon as well.

I’ve had this game idea for a while; ever since I wrote Powerdome, I’ve had an obsession with ability-based bluff games, and this was one of the concepts I wanted to try. Drafting characters with special abilities in order to create interplay between both choosing them and empowering them later on was the basic idea. I think it went pretty well all things considered. The character tokens and Boost system are quite elegant in my eyes.

The hardest part of this game was coming up with character abilities that had three qualities: ability to influence how you play your Boosts, ability for your opponent to predict how you’ll play your boosts, and different functionality from the other characters.

Duelist’s Wager is a bluffing game that focuses on your ability to outplay your opponent. With elements of prediction and strategy in both choosing which characters you bring to the fight and how well you’ll equip them to win with your limited resources, you’ll be sure to enjoy how much you can really get into your opponent’s head. It’s designed for two players to fight each other in a duel of pure wits, and with each game only taking around ten minutes, you’ll be able to fit in that “just one more” game in order even out the score.

Located below are the pdf files for Duelist’s Wager, one of which is a readme.

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Reversal of Fortune

A simple game about dice that plays with the idea of probability manipulation, Reversal of Fortune is a great game to play when you have a friend, some dice, and a few moments of free time.

Reversal of Fortune is a bluffing game in which you test how much you trust your luck and see exactly how far you’re willing to bend it. It’s designed for two or more players and takes roughly fifteen minutes to play.

Located below are the pdf files for Reversal of Fortune, one of which is a readme.

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PowerDome

Come watch the ongoing bout!

Two, battle-worn combatants fight fiercely, clashing their swords in a contest of strength and skill. They match each other blow for blow, shaking the earth as each one struggles to gain the upper hand. One of the fighters begins to falter, but he steadies himself and seems to whisper something, pointing his sword at his opponent. A lance of flame launches from it, searing a hole through the chest of his opponent. His opponent falls dead before him, Though he falls to his knees from exhaustion, he still screams his victory to the skies. He’s won.

Prepare to see all this and more! Welcome to the PowerDome!

PowerDome is a role-playing game in which you gain abilities through auction, create a character around those powers, and fight other players to the death. It’s designed for 2 players or more and takes roughly thirty minutes to play.

Located below are the pdf files for PowerDome, one of which is a readme.

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Scrapped

The life of a robot in a land of scrap shouldn’t be an especially hard one, but, when there are other robots taking all the good stuff, it’s certainly not easy. Luckily, you’ll get the opportunity to fight them off in Scrapped.

Scrapped is a role-playing game in which you play as a modular robot combating other robots in a scrap heap and trying to stay powered. It‘s designed for 2-4 players and takes roughly twenty minutes to play.

Located below is a .zip containing the files for Scrapped, or there would be if WordPress would let me post one. Instead, there’s four PDFs, one of which is a readme.

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