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What was that adventure game?

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End of Time Games
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Someone posted a link to an adventure card game recently and I forgot where it was. It was posted and available for print and play. It was a card game they said that was suposed to simulate a world of it's own. Who posted that? I don't want to lose that link. I love stuff like that.

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Are you thinking of Epic

Are you thinking of Epic Solitaire Notepad Adventures?\
http://www.backglass.org/scotts/games/EpicAdventure/html/index.htm

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Bingo! Thank you! This is

Bingo! Thank you! This is cool and I'm vary excited. The (21) card is labeled number 20.

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Cool!

That game looks really cool to me. Very compact with a lot of room for growth in interesting directions. Very elegant way of making enemies tougher as you go. Hopefully will get to try it soon.

Would like a little random character generation (race/class with special powers), and for magic item creation to be a little more elaborate (possibly generate special abilities -- battle actions -- for them, and randomly generate a type instead of letting player choose), and it looks like combat can be wildly unpredictable but we'll see.

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Pocket Dungeon

Today I found another adventure game that you can print and play on BGG. It looks pretty cool and I'm going to try it out. You reading this may like to have a look:

http://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/42361

Is the designer here on BGDF?

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Pocket Dungeon

Yes I am, though I have never posted here before.

I would love to hear any feedback you have about my game.

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Thank you for coming forward

Thank you for coming forward and welcome Jonny. I will give you all the feedback I can. At the moment I haven't had a chance to really get down and play pocket dungion. It's one of many of my games that I really really want to play but my time for it is limited and it's waiting in line with many cool games. I really love your concept for it. I think it's fun that you create it to be invisable to the boss while you slacking off at work. Since I don't have the need to play it undercover, I would want to make it more robust and upgraded. Plese keep me up to date on your new developments or link me to other projects your doing.
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Pocket Dungeon

The stealth gaming aspect is by far one of my favorites, but I really tried to design it from the ground up as being a nice light weight system that would take to modding and adding and just messing around "under the hood"
If you download the official release from the BGG page, there is actually a larger version designed for table top play. Thats actually the version I use for all my development and testing.

I also just released the beta version of the first content expansion.

I would LOVE to hear any feedback from you guys on the core game, or the expansion, and any advice on how to improve it would be great.

As far as future projects, I'm working on developing a couple other ideas right now, so I'm sure when I get closer to release I will be posting here about them.

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