How do you make a game that is both affordable and fun? You streamline the necessary components that are needed to play the game. In most card games, you must buy a starter deck and then use cards that can be bought separately in booster packs to build your deck. Removing that last step is what makes Worlds Collide unique and affordable. The game also has simple, easy to follow rules that are perfect for all ages. Everything you need to play is right there in your complete starter deck. Just choose your favorite Persona deck and find a friend, it doesn't get much simpler than that. This Kickstarter campaign is to help David afford quality artists to bring his anime art to life and offset the expenses of having the cards printed by a publisher. Worlds Collide premiered with a demonstration booth at GenCon August of 2013 in Indianapolis, IN and generated a ton of buzz and anticipation. It had such great reviews from those attending the convention that he is confident the game will do well on the market. Expanding the business to be able to offer decks ready to play at gaming conventions and through his website is my ultimate goal and dream!
The $25 dollar pledge
Here is the $50 pledge
Here is the link to the How to play video.
Or you can just read this. You pick a character and a weapon. Then with the cards that come in a deck make a 50 card playing deck. This does not include your weapon or character card. The yellow dot or third number down tells you how many action or things you can do per turn. Your ability on a character card does not count as an action. You may play an item, action card, stance, or attack. Attacking is always the last thing you do in a turn. Then your opponent gets a chance to respond to the attack. If the attack is successful you know have one momentum next turn. Your opponent gets to go next and he starts his turn off by drawing two cards. Repeat process of first play.
Your deck is your life. when you take damage you may discard cards from hand or your deck. You can do both but must discard from your hand first if you decide to do both. This is a brief over view of what the video talks about. For more information please watch the video. Thanks
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Here is what comes with a deck. One character card and one weapon card. A play set of character specific cards. The pic shows two different set. Lastly the basic cards that all decks get a play set of.
Risks and challenges
Without the help of like minded gamers who are searching for a fast, interesting way to play card games the cards will not be able to be printed at the high quality that David feels his players deserve. Also, one of the most important aspects of card games is amazing art for every single card! Artists who pour out their creativity and help to bring to life the anime persona's of the game also come at a high but well deserved price. To put it simply, we want to give you a beautiful card game with quality printings that will last you for a long time regardless of how many times you play them.Learn about accountability on Kickstarter
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