Category: ADLi Games

Beyond the silver lining

It was the best of times

… It was the worst of times. In all honestly the Cottage Country Con (CCC) in Orillia this year wasn’t all that bad. Reviews online may be a bit over zealous, but there is no doubt the show was plagued with amateur mistakes. From a setup perspective, space management and visitor flow, execution was a Read More

Axia Versus

Clone Wars – Axia meets its twin

If a designer publishes a game and you’ve never heard of it, does it exist? Better question: If a designer publishes a game and you’re not around to play it, is it still good? Well, someone was there to review it and it was poor apparently. This “clone” had my interest piqued at first glance. Why concentric Read More

Con Updates – Print & Play

Con Update 1 The Print & Play service provided by ADLi is postponed due to new and exciting files. The PDF downloads will be available tomorrow. After the show, I figured I might as well touch up snd release the free game boards, rules and other fun things. The current list of games being deployed in Read More

ADLi - Fusion Evolution

The fusion of two minds – Game evolution

The evolution of mind — Funny, when you’re designing a game (or anything really) and you get stuck, your mind happens to spawn new ideas from the road block. There have been several times where I’ve found myself at a fork in the road, having to pick one direction and sticking it out to the end. Read More

Summit: The Great Race v1.3

Game board has updated a bit since the initial draft. The design is coming together nicely and I’m really excited about building this out in a full wood board fashion. Stained and painted grid, wood rolling stick, the works. Read More

Summit: The great race

Ancient games don’t always have to be ancient. Here is a game design for those that enjoy the classics, like Senet , Ludo and Ur. Yes, I’m still here and still making things that make me happy. Speaking of which, I’m happy to announce ‘Summit’ (The Great Race). Two teams of 5 race to the Read More

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