At the time of writing this, the Board Game Symbol Library has been downloaded over 980 times! Time to finally update it. At the moment, it’s only an ease-of-use update, but an update nonetheless.
Hey! I just released my small card drafting game as a Print-and-Play game! You can check it out at http://afractalthought.com/vacationweek (or just keep on reading this post). Continue reading “Vacation Week Print-and-Play version released!”
I did a thing! My collection of vector symbols (titled Fractal Symbols) is now live and published with its first library; the Board Game Library. Continue reading “Fractal Symbols: Board Game Library”
In our study group for board games, we highlighted the topic “matching games to the group”, where we discussed choosing board games that fit the playstyle for players in the group and works with the dynamic of the group, as well as the time and setting of the play session.
In this post, I’ll answer a question from one of my students at Gutegymnasiet about how to show enemy health in Game Maker. I’ll go over two ways of doing this; showing it on the enemy itself, or through a healthbar.
“SHOW YOUR PROGRESS” – every math teacher ever. Alright then; this my progress making a board game insert in detail and explaining some of my decisions along the way.
Foamcore is a great material because it’s easy to work with, looks professional and is still fairly strong and, along with glue, will hold your creations together for a long long time.
My very first insert and what started it all was what I made for one of my favorite games; Carcassonne.
We got Elder Sign and wow, it is messy! Each component must be stored in bags and it barely fits into the cardboard insert. Something had to be done!