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2.Were you able to explain your game by only reading from the Rules and Flowchart? Did you need tosupplement your rulebook with clarifications and examples? If so, how could you incorporate thatinformation into a more effective set of rules for the next playtest?
3.How has the game changed since your original design? Reflect on the changes and iterations youhave made since your single player playtests. Think about the critiques and feedback you have gainedfrom other players and how their input has shaped your game.
Week 4 - Assignment 4Rulebook, Quick Reference, Observed Playtest and Final ReflectionRulebookThematic BackstoryWhen it is time for a challenge there is only one game that comes to mind “Lancers” a challenge to the mindand skills of decision making for the art of battle.List of Game ComponentsComponents Example:56 Game Cards24 Red back Cards24 blue back Cards2 diceInstruction ManualQuick Reference guide2 towersGame SetupHere is a quick setup guide: Roll the dice see who goes first, Shuffle both decks, Deal 3 troops and 2money cards, Place the decks in their respective pile, set up your tower at your base, and finally list yourtroops and money on your list near your tower.ObjectiveBuild your army and raise your defences with the riches you earn and take down theenemy’s tower.
Turn OverviewTurn Overview Numbered List Example:1.Draw 1 Card from each draw pile, write down the number and add to the amount.2.After adding the number to your troops and money put the card in the Discard Pile.3.Decide when to attack and to use your skill.4.Subtract any troop, money, or hp lost during your turn and end your turn.Details Regarding Various Game MechanicsSkill:Clubs: “If it took you more than one shot you weren’t using a Jakobs” during your turn uponuse you can remove 2 troopers from the enemy. Has a 2-turn cooldown.Hearts: “Feel the elements at your fingertips” at the end of your opponent’s turn they takeone burn damage (burn damage is equal to one trooper attack). Has a 2-turn cooldown.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Philip Arlen
Tags
Gameplay, Card game

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