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I don't know exactly were to post this topic so I chose a random location.

I'm working on a mystery game that isn't yet developed enough to really talk about.

But, I was doing some game resurch looking for inpiration for mechanics and what not, and discover this interesting looking game called Android. http://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/39339

What strikes me most about this game besides it's high rating on BGG, is it's interesting layout, and the little maze in the corner. The layout is so diverse from the pictures I have seen. The little maze tiles it uses are much like some of the ideas I was contemplating for my game "The Dream". I'm not sure if I will end up using that idea but Android's maze tiles are shaped like puzzle pieces. Anyone played android? It seems like it would be my kind of gaming experience.

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How are you keeping track of

How are you keeping track of all your games EoTG?

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shazzaz wrote:How are you

shazzaz wrote:
How are you keeping track of all your games EoTG?

Mostly in my head, but some of the other methods are:

1.In my game Journals on BGDF

2.A monster thick notebook with dividing tabs

3.My wall

4.Various program files on my computer

Why do you ask Shazzaz?

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I find it difficult to keep

I find it difficult to keep track of ideas. The monster thick note book with dividing tabs could work. I'd have problems using the wall!

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The only time I use the wall

The only time I use the wall is when I need to look at images, like board layout designs and the like, and compare them and view them from across the room.

The note book is something I carry around with me and has been filling up quickly. Mainly one way or another I have to get my ideas down on something. I prefer to use Journals on this forum because it leaves room for input. It's no fun for me if no one can see what I'm developing.

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