A turn based board/card game about matching colors and numbers. Planned for iOS, Android and Facebook. Up to 4 players. Read more
This project's funding goal was not reached on May 16, 2012.
About this project
Why are these colors numbered?
First of all the Cardboard Dragon team would like to thank you for taking the time to visit and learn about our first of many planned mobile projects. Our main goal is to create enjoyable games. The whole team has a passion for games and wants to create games for a living. Setting up this project on Kickstarter is the first of many steps to make that dream a reality.
The game idea came into existence from an old game a friend played using a normal deck of cards. We turned it into our own game by changing many of the rules and adding our own art work for the cards and board; while the real board game is still being changed around to fit in to being an app game it will be available at the same time the app game is completed. We anticipate that both will be completed by June 2012.
(This is an early shot of the game.)
NC,Numbered Colors, is going to be created using the Unity Engine. Which will make it easier to port over many different devices. Although we will be starting with the iOS version first and then working to port it to Android devices and Facebook using cross-platform capability. NC will include up to 4 players with a turn based game play. The game will be able to be played over a network or Bluetooth feature.
What the heck is a Cardboard Dragon?
The Cardboard Dragon is a 3 man team with big dreams. The team consist of Jeremy(Designer), Steven(Programmer), and Matt(Designer). NC will be the first of many successful games we design.
Why do you need my money?
Good question! What you will be funding would be items that we need to continue to work on the game. While most of the assets and some of the programming is done. There is still a lot we need, on the equipment side, such as software licenses and hardware needed to complete the game.
Here are some of the ideas we have for the rewards and what they may look like. Final design might change over the course of the project.
This is how the Cardboard Dragon hat may look like.
This is how the Cardboard Dragon t-shirt may look like.
This is how the NC-Numbered Color Board game may look like once it is completed.
Special Thanks to Brian Farrar( http://www.brian-farrar.com/ ) for the Cardboard Dragon logo
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