From Ninja Division
Posted by ICv2 on March 19, 2018 @ 7:50 pm CT
"The questions may be situational," he continued. "You wake up in the morning and you find you've shat your pants or done something awful. ‘Would you tell your friends that you've done so, and walked downstairs?’ The conditions are quite humorous. It plays very much in a Cards Against Humanity sort of experience. The opportunity to expand the product goes on forever."
Subtitled "A Naughty Game for Polite Society," Common Decency has "a very highbrow feel," according to Cadice. It’s targeted at players 17 and up; 2-8 players can play.
Bird Brains is a card game that draws on Bellinger’s background as a math teacher. "He works in education and has worked for a very long time developing a product that combines some of the fast and fun card play aspects of games like Uno and other products that are matching, pairing, and cleaning," Cadice explained, "and then adding additional factors like colors, shapes, and some light mathematical matching (positive, negative numbers, integers) and then building them into a game that you don't actually know that you're learning at the same time. I wouldn't necessarily call it an educational product and turn people off to it, but it's a very, very colorful, fast-playing match-and-smash game like that with a lot of really cool, colorful characters. It reminds me of the Tiki Room from Disneyland; [laughs] it's really, really cool."
Neither street date has been set; Cadice estimates roughly Q3 for both.
From GAMA Members
September 25, 2018
In a vote at the end of a five-hour GAMA Special Membership Meeting, Executive Director John Ward received 65% "Yes" votes in a "vote of confidence" proposed by Director Emeritus Rick Loomis, vs. 35% "No" votes.
Over Decision on Brissaud Incident
September 25, 2018
In a dramatic moment at the GAMA Special Membership Meeting, long-time board member Mike Webb resigned, effective September 30.
Plus 'Kingsman' 3 Sets Date in Best in Shows Update
September 24, 2018
The studios have been busy shifting their schedules around.