Top notch quality , the art is vibrant and detailed on the 4 creature cards , the tarot size is nice and the information on the cards is easy to read and well laid out.
Overall i am very impressed and couldnt be more satisfied , I will more than likely be buying more.
I like it. The pixel art came out crisp. The box feels a bit on the cheap side but it does what it needs to do.
Some of the edges looks like they're already slightly worn right out of the box which makes me wonder how long it will last though, deducting a star for now.
The preview image is seriously lacking so I felt I took a bit of a gamble, [so here's a better look at what you'll get](https://imgur.com/a/Fv0fiB1)
Received my TITLE BOUT II Rule Book 4.0 today and was pleased with the quality of the book for a print on demand item. I've had issues with other print on demand publishers, but was happy to find no issues at all. I had previously printed out the rules from the Straight Jab website, but really wanted an "official" rules book to go with the game. The printing is excellent. No bleed through, and the binding is perfect bound instead of saddle (staple) stitched between folded pages. Makes it a little more difficult to lay out flat when using, but a high quality book none-the-less. As I said earlier I had printed out the rules from the website, so I knew what to expect from the actual rules in the book. Very easy to understand, and the optional rules will definitely make playing TITLE BOUT II a fun activity on cold winter days that are coming all too soon here in Iowa. Highly recommend this rule book for anyone planning to buy the game. ...
Ordered the bundle package for TITLE BOUT II and was pleasantly pleased with everything that I received. This is a great way to get the essential components to play this game at a reasonable price. Does not come with the rule book but that is easily remedied by either ordering it from DriveThruCards or downloading them from the Straight Jab website. The printed rule book from DriveThru is of excellent quality and recommended. The charts and cards included are attractive and easy to read. I have the original TITLE BOUT game from Avalon Hill games produced in the late 1970s and really enjoyed it, but this game is completely updated and I feel a much better game. I love that many of the Boxing divisions are available here on DriveThru with many more to come according to the comments I've read on Facebook from Jim Trunzo creator of the game. Highly recommend it to anyone who loves the "sweet science" of boxing. Looking forward to many hours of recreating famous bouts such as...
This appears to cover all the spells available in 5e. Each card contains name, level, casting time, range, duration, components and school. There is also a useful little indicator showing which of verbal, somatic and materiel are required. Finally there is a paragraph detailing the effects of the spell.
There are 47 Alphabetical pdf's containing 1 to 8 spells.
Must have to keep track of spells in my opinion and at a very reasonable price.
OK, Simply put this is historical gaming done right. it is a brilliant rendering of the experiences of marginalised grouos in war. It has mechanics that perfectly synch with its intent. i have honestly never been more impressed by a game, if ten stars were an option it would get all of them.
Publisher: Altro Evo
Date Added: 07/29/2021 12:39:22
This is fantastic!!!
I am a special education teacher. My students LOVE to make games. I have printed these images onto sticker paper and will cut them out and put on blank playing cards. We are going to create a cooperative math game. I know, right now, that when I show my students your illustrations they are going to be so thrilled! You have just made the beginning of the school year a huge hit! Thank you for sharing.
I have all the decks and this is a good line of products, but one thing I would really like to see added to the decks is a card with a backstory on it. It would be nice to have a bit more story to go with the adventure.
I love the base deck - and have been using it for nearly 2 years. I wanted to get the other decks with unique randomizers - so I picked up the Demon Hunters deck for the source material and specialities.
The only real downside to the supplemental decks is the repetition with the base deck - these all feel adjusted from the base deck rather than truly different. Not too much of a problem if you use the decks independently, but it does mean there's only limited utility in mashing them together.
It's still the GMA at heart, it's still wonderful for inspiration or as a tool in the toolbox to help bring in randomized elements or even to drive a whole game from just the cards. I have used these for a couple of one off games - it's so easy to get the outline of an NPC or to quickly get a hook to build a scene off of.
I love the decks, and the minor quibble above does not prevent this from being perfectly useable....
I picked up the PDF versions a while ago - printed and played. I enjoyed them so much I came back for a POD version.
The cards are really easy to use - for each piece of information, flip a new card and take the corresponding value.
I got this originally to use to help plan my 1shots and online campaign. I've since incorporated them into some solo play, and even have played just using the cards to resolve everything. I've found them useful as a supplement to my dice and oracle and inspiration charts, and I've found them useful to drive everything off the cards. Very handy - very flexible, and neither way feels like it is too litte/too much. This is very much a flexible tool that can fill different niches for different games/sessions/playstyles.
The base deck is an easy recommend and will fit in to a large variety of games. Also check out the ALONe rules for more ideas on how to use the cards, and look at ways to graft it to your other tools or ruleset....
Only played the Core game so far, but it worked very well. The game itself flowed quickly and the rules were pretty easily explained.
I had no problems with the game, but I will caution buyers that you *do* need at least two types of tokens, along with some way to indicate first player. These things are not included. It's not hard to go grab tokens, it can be as simple as grabbing a deck of cards and using them.
Overall clarity and printing quality was perfectly fine, no issues there.