Tournaments are events that rank players based on how many matches or “rounds” they win. A group of at least four players are needed. In general, each match can be 30 minutes for a single game (“best of one”), or 40 – 50 minutes for best two out of three. Tournaments usually have two player games, but multi-player is an option as long as one winner can usually be determined. Continue reading
Crazier Eights: Olympus & Crazier Eights: Pantheon were both released on August 14, 2020, and we are now taking orders:
Crazier Eights: Olympus
Zeus, Artemis, Atlantis, and many other wonders from Greek mythology come to life with these 52 imaginative and unique cards. Each card represents a different aspect from a story, and new stories are created in each game. That’s 52 different card abilities.
This is James Gray, the owner of Recoculous, and the game designer for the Crazier Eights games. I have made board games and RPGs as soon as I could. I have been told that I started making them when I was four, but I have no idea what I made at that point.
I suspect I was seven when I made a roll and move board game a little like Candy Land, except the winner was whoever got to the dragon’s treasure first. I know that the dragon’s treasure was drawn carefully and colored in. Continue reading