Less Than One Week To Back Our Kickstarter For The CIA's Card Game; Also Reddit AMA Today
from the collect-it-all dept
So, we’re now less than a week away from the close of our Kickstarter campaign for our version of the CIA’s recently declassified training card game, which we’ve dubbed: CIA: Collect It All.
We’ve been working hard on our version of the game, filling in redacted cards, testing and tweaking certain variations and playtesting, playtesting, playtesting. The game is quite a bit of fun — which is not something I’m used to saying about something the CIA initially created. The campaign ends next Tuesday, and we don’t currently have any plans to print the game after we do this one big run, so if you’re on the fence about it, now would be a good time to lean towards supporting it.
Since a bunch of people have had questions about the game, we thought it would be good to go on Reddit and do an AMA about the game. The three of us who have been working on the game — myself and Leigh Beadon from Techdirt, and Randy Lubin from Diegetic Games — will all be hanging out on Reddit doing the AMA starting at about 10am PT / 1pm ET today. I’ll update this post with the link once it’s live, but you should just be able to hit up the /r/IAmA/ subreddit and find it. That’ll be the best place to have a discussion about the game, gameplay, design choices and the like (though we’ll also answer questions here or on Kickstarter). So stop by and ask some questions and find out what it feels like to play the CIA’s own card game. Update: Here’s the link to the AMA.