Why? Well, last year, we published the cooperative, comic-book themed card game, Sentinels of the Multiverse, and released it at Gen Con! Since then, we have received a lot of great attention. Tom Vasel of The Dice Tower called us the #1 game of Gen Con 2011, and then, Sentinels of the Multiverse was named […]
So when my Friendly Local Game Store owner said in his usual shy and yet knowledgeable voice that I might like this product, I did what wise men do, and listened. Then I looked. Then I gasped and then I purchased. I’ll tell you what and then why.
From GenCon 2011 until just recently, companies have decided that dicefests are the new deck builders. We’ve seen Elder Sign, Quarriors, Bears!, Martian Dice, and now King of Tokyo come to fruition, and I’m quite excited that publishers are finally realizing that deck building has been done to death.
This pdf from The Game Mechanics is 46 pages long, 5 pages are taken up by the SRD, the first page contains both ToC and editorial, leaving 40 pages of content for a very low price.
This is the as-of-yet longest instalment of the Advanced Feats series from Open Design, containing 19 pages, 1 page front cover, 1 page editorial/ToC, 1 page SRD. As all the books of the advanced feats series, this one starts with a discussion/introduction of the class.