Hi guys 🙂 We have news concerning The Big Switch including the free companion App, Demos, where you can get the game, and updates on our online store.
So, how exactly do you play The Big Switch? In today’s blog, I will explain the basic rules of the game 🙂 Since this will be a brief description of the game, I’m not going to go into the special rules and details yet. By the end of this blog, you’ll have a good idea of how the game plays 🙂
Hi! Nico from Balangay Entertainment here, sorry for long absence. We’ve been so busy the last three months that I’ve had no time to write in this blog. We’re still alive and kicking if anyone’s wondering and have some exciting news about:
- our first to-be-published game: The Big Switch
- our plan to release regular game reviews (with a twist)
- updates on our other games in development 🙂
Today I want to talk about a game changer for me when it comes to designing games 😀 Pilot’s Frixion pens!
Hi Trese Fans!
Sorry for the long silence concerning Trese Case Files. We’ve been busy at work on it for the last two weeks.
Testing a tabletop game is often very tedious because there are so many bits and pieces to track and manage. Today, I want to share one of the tools I coded to reduce the time spent shuffling decks. You can download it and use it for your own projects.
Hi, Nico here. My two previous posts about game design were about theory. For today, I thought I’d share something more practical. I will give a step-by-step tutorial on how to quickly prototype different unique cards using a spreadsheet program (in this case Google Sheets) and the Variables feature of Photoshop.