I just ordered 3 prototype decks for Goita (ごいた). Learned a few things in the process today as well. The printer’s templates don’t exactly match their online deck builder, so I had to make some adjustments on the files, including some tweaks to the score tokens. Also learned it’s much cheaper to use image files … Continue reading Goita (ごいた) – Prototypes →
Worked out of the basics of the deck. I decided to use the mini card size from PrintNinja as the basis, which is 1.65″x2.5″ (still roughly half a Poker card). As of now, the deck will be 54 cards (32 tiles, 4 information cards, and 18 score tokens). The main card, or tiles, didn’t change … Continue reading Goita (ごいた) – Deck Concept →
The Goita (ごいた) deck is going well. Worked on a back design, with a change in card size (mini cards versus micro). Mini cards are roughly half the size of a poker card (cut across the narrow part), with the exact size varying between printers. Switching to the micro size might not be difficult, using … Continue reading More Goita (ごいた) Work →
My family is a frequent backer on Kickstarter, having helped fund many playing cards decks and a few games. A recent backing (Junior Hanafuda) got me thinking about more Asian-style playing cards. We have a Hanafuda deck I picked up a Korean grocery once, and I started thinking about adapting parts of the Bagua deck … Continue reading GOITA (new card project) →
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