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Just dropping some storyline here —
Create a fun website that gets people exited to buy and play the game
Yep! So, as little friction as possible / and make it fun.
To house the rules
This might involve changing them. Having a website with rules is nice because you can improve them. You can’t change a printed rule book later!
Give any feedback that can help the client with a successful launch
When reviewing things like this – it’s almost impossible to not come up with ideas
We can link to the doc here
First play through
Using Tara’s adjusted rules with headings:
We gave it a solid try! But we didn’t really know how to play.
Ivy is historically very frustrated by games. Valentine is 15 / and generally agreeable.
On it’s way up
Ivy and Valentine both agreed that the cards should go like this at first…
but it didn’t make any sense to Derek / because you can just change the order and it’s always the same
eventually ended up with her cards like this
Derek couldn’t figure out how these card were supposed to go – or how to score.