Two new games to print-and-play: Kintsugi and Fortnight


Two new games are ready for you to print-and-play. Both are short 2-player microgames best played in a series to build up some nice metagame strategy over the long term. Of course, they're just as suited for a fast filler when you're waiting for folks to show up to game night. Give them a shot and tell us what you think!


Kintsugi
Designed by Mark McGee and Daniel Solis
Card Placement | Deduction | Area Control
Players repair pieces of pottery using golden lacquer, secretly favoring one color of pottery. If you can guess your opponent's favored color, you could win big!
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Fortnight
Designed by Daniel Solis
Abstract / Hidden Information | Area Control
Players are rival armies building forts during the last two weeks before peace becomes official. This has a very simple almost tic-tac-toe feel to it, but with enough hidden information and metagame that it remains quite replayable.
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I hope you get a chance to play either of these! Please comment on the Google Docs and we'll clear up any questions. Thanks!
Daniel Solis
Art Director by Day. Game Designer by Night.