Sunday, 19 November 2017

Chaos and Dice

I have been designing a game for quite a while at the request of my son called "That'snot Pumpkin Soup" which is about goblins in a food production factory making concoctions for other monsters. It's not original but the boy was only 4 when he came up with the idea so give him a break.

I have made a game with the theme and he likes is (mainly cause it has poop in it) but its a bit of a grind to play at the moment. Last night I was working on it and thought "this is lacking some chaos". In my head I have the feeling I want players to have... They should be spinning plates and hoping that everything doesn't come crashing down. But at the moment I have a more euro feel turn this colour cube into that colour until you get points.

I want to inject Chaos, but just the right amount.. And the topic is born!
Image result for order or chaos

Our second topic somewhat spawns of the back of the first. I often here people saying they don't like dice cause they are too random. I feel that this is incorrect, but I'd like to hear your views about dice.


Image result for dice probability vs cards
If you have an question or topics you would like me to ask the board game community, drop me a tweet  @BoardGameHour before we start and I'll see if I can add it in :0) 

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