by Jordan Draper
I like the currency from the last campaign very much, although the 100 Yen coins are rather small. We put players' money in little bowls to minimise the danger of a loss.
@Rastl: You can definitely use stand in items if you want to, specifically if you happen to have a small vending machine or washing machine, they are quite similar in size :)
The new game using the Hexakun monsters sounds like fun but it's limited to those who buy the expensive add-on. Then again we can use anything we have on hand to play the monsters if we want, I guess.
@Dylan Phillips: I plan to print a thick book with all of the rules across the entire TOKYO SERIES when the 4th Kickstarter launches, however I might release some smaller zines along the way with their own rulesets (such as for the currency sets). The hardest thing about timing is that new rules will be added continuously for a while, so if I print something it will become outdated quickly.
@Charlotte: The trucks are a lot bigger than they look. I plan to fully test all of the sizes when I get master copies to double check their usability, for now the rice cookers are about the size of the 100 yen coins from the last currency set only much bulkier so they should be easier to use. I'll update more as I receive samples, rest assured I won't be producing anything too small to easily pick up and manipulate, the renderings are just a preview.
Would it be possible to get a printed rulebook compilation for currency games and some of the later rulesets for older games that are on your website?
Not sure if someone has already asked this, but: The rice cookers look *insanely small* in those pictures (unless the trucks are somehow much bigger than I think they are). Would it not be good to have the two smaller pieces be a little bit larger, for useability's sake?
I don't want to constantly have to be worried abot losing a rice cooker smaller than my little finger nail.