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An open game system that blends fun, insight, shared laughter & shared meaning to spark personal & organizational change.

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An open game system that blends fun, insight, shared laughter & shared meaning to spark personal & organizational change.

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    1. Creator Aitia Games on November 28, 2011

      Thanks for the insight, Anthony. Most definitely, one of the biggest lessons we learned was to focus on a single deck. Deck #2 will have to evolve still and focus on one carrier game.

    2. Creator Anthony Martins on November 27, 2011

      If 'yall relaunch, just stick with one deck, probably deck #2.

    3. Creator Threevenge on October 30, 2011

      Just had to say that the art for deck #2 looks really nice.

    4. Creator Aitia Games on October 29, 2011

      Compiled all suggestions and worked with our layout artist (Jason The Media Guy). I think you'll like the changes for the deck. :)

    5. Creator Aitia Games on October 28, 2011

      Thank you, Tim! We really need critical comments to make the deck better. We'll see what we can do with Deck #1. One of the alternative plans is to to release Deck #2 instead if we get funded.

    6. Creator Tim Stellmach on October 28, 2011

      Please consider getting an independent graphic designer to go over those cards (not Patrick Enrique's art in Deck 2, which is not bad, but the graphic design of the indices, and all of Deck 1). There's really a lot of opportunity for improvement there, and as it is, I think the first impression made by the Deck 1 cards hurts your pitch overall. I don't like to say it, but I'm pledging a dollar just to do so.