This is a short, 9-Card nanogame inspired by the popular video game called Star Citizen. Two or more players take on the role of up and coming Jobwell agents trying to find the best pilots for upcoming missions in deep space. Each of the players attempt to recruit the best pilots to meet the requirements of the next mission or attempt to change the nature of the mission itself.
20-30 Minutes... [click here for more]
Custom Card Backs is not a game, but a game supplement for use with Sen So Combat Board Games. It provides custom backs for each of the currently released Sen So variant card sets.
We hope you enjoy these custom backs.
Sen So is a 2 or more player strategy board game for ages 10 and up. Most games take about 15-30 minutes to play.
Sen So uses a unique set of octagon cards and... [click here for more]
In the following is 5 PSD files, with each of them having the template for each card in the game. Player, Assist, Gear, Setting, and Trap Card information all reside and with this, you can now build a Duel Devastator Deck of your own! ... [click here for more]
The Octagon Combat Arena is not a game, but a game supplement for use with any and all of the Sen So Combat Board Games. The 13”x13” octagon game board is made up of 129 (1 inch) octagons. The octagons are colored to provide the ideal combat space for 2 to 8 players.
Sen So is a 2 or more player strategy board game for ages 10 and up. Most games take about 15-30 minutes to... [click here for more]
Yes you are a Robot! Does that compute? Designed as the ultimate fighting machine combat is all you know. Any opponent that faces you in the arena will be put to the test. You cannot and will not be stopped! All other contestants will fall before your next rest cycle. It is time for you to do what you were made for…FIGHT!
Sen So is a 2 or more player strategy board game for... [click here for more]
As a big believer in psychological safety in games and simulation, I love the "X" Card.
No point causing traumatic experiences when a few easy actions can reduce the chance of them occurring!
A really great review of some of the tools and techniques can be found at Safety Tools for Tabletop RPGs from Thomas Weinbeger, of Dramadice.
I truly believe in tools such as the “X” card. Although it’s... [click here for more]