Tag: mma board game

Cage Match! The MMA Fight Game is here!

Hello!  No matter where you are in this blog’s history, thanks for coming by.  Did you hear about our new game coming out on Amazon in November?  Cage Match! The MMA Fight Game is in my hand, right now, off the production line, with shrink wrap and everything! It rocks.  It papers.  It scissors.  It’s …

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Developing Cage Match: Lessons learned

Cage Match! The MMA Fight Game will be in publication in November of this year!  Sign up for our newsletter and we’ll let you know when it’s available on Amazon!  Or visit the game page! I’m not proud to say that the genesis of this game took place a full 2 years ago, and this …

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Board Game Design Diary: Restrictions are good

If you’re interested in the Cage Match! game we’ve developed, or board game design in general, then be sure to sign up for our newsletter! What I’ve really learned is about the nature of restriction.  What if there were no lines on the road, no boundaries and everyone could just drive in whatever direction they …

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Even less is even more: Cage Match final game update

About a year ago, we cut the elements of Cage Match! in half, and the game became much better for it.  Over the past couple of weeks, racing towards our deadline to print in time for the holidays, we reduced it even further, and what was a good game is really and truly a great …

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Board Game Design Diary: Our first Cage Match! review plus final game changes

We’re getting great coverage and feedback on Cage Match!, check it all out! Read an interview with Zatu Games. Watch 2 complete play-throughs from Board Crazy Games. Or watch the quick play-through version. See the Review from Board Crazy Games. Visit the boardgamegeek page to rate, review or ask questions. Sign up to follow the …

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Board Game Design Diary: Play Testing and the Art of Balancing Feedback

I see the question on other blogs:  How much play testing do you need to do?  Also, I’ve gotten some feedback, that I don’t respond to feedback, and got to thinking about how challenging it can be to handle all the feedback I get.  This post addresses both areas. As far as how much testing to …

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