Writing Your Own Board/Card/Party Game

Hi, We made our own game. This is part two detailing how we did it. Time to cover some of the more important bits in the early process. Don't bother about business plans and profit margins or any of that nonsense yet - if you haven't written the game (thoroughly) then you don't have anything to sell. However, bear in mind that the more complicated your game is, the more costly it will become - both time and money wise. First things first. Who is it for? We were asked this a million times during writing. The answer "everybody" won't satisfy business types who like to think about marketing and demographics. So we narrowed it down to 1) Families at Christmas 2) 20-30 year olds who like drinking

How to Make Your Own Card Game.

Hi, We made a card game in our spare time. It took about nine months to get from the idea to the actual game in our actual hands. We are brothers from Coventry, Uk. Want to do the same? Here's how we did it: 1. Get an Idea Ours was accidental. For the last few years we have been making Christmas games for our family. Quizzes, challenges, silly stuff, all with Nan (and Grandma for the other side of the family) as the centre of attention. For example: Nanly Fortunes - We asked Nan to name 5 dinners. It's clearly Family Fortunes, Nan style. (From memory she said - lasagne, spag bol, steak&chips, roast beef, steak&ale pie) Dead or Alive - We came up with a list of forty people who may or may n

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