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Leder Games
We are the makers of Vast, the asymmetric cave-crawler. Our newest games are Root and Vast: The Mysterious Manor.
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Leder Games 29s
Replying to @mib5799
It was meant with irony.
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Leder Games 10m
Replying to @LederGames
We are now talking about it being an asymmetric game. One player is the princess trying to get eaten. Another is a monster. Another is a prince trying to wear down the princess with proposals.
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Leder Games 15m
My daughter keeps trying to get me to work on a game where the players are princesses. The first person to get consumed by the monster wins.
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Leder Games 51m
Replying to @MeepleLady
That's right where you want him. Now hammer him.
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Leder Games 1h
Replying to @hentaiphd
My joy of programming finally turned to poison when I spent a day trying to fix repository issue a coworker had casually created.
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Leder Games 1h
Replying to @BoldBebo
4 hours but the Minnesota goodbye can push that out another hour.
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Might Makes Right in the wild wood! Check out our reveal of the game trailer for from ! The battle begins on digital devices later this year! are too!
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Leder Games 6h
Replying to @neverjordan
I think we've been there on a previous visit.
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Leder Games 7h
In honor of me visiting the Chicago Field Museum what are the best board games with museums in them? What about video games with museums as a set piece?
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Leder Games 7h
Replying to @so1ks
Tells a story that the players can tell themselves without the game spelling it out. Interesting mechanically. I don't know we haven't published that way yet.
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Leder Games 9h
Replying to @PizzaMeeple
If it was easy everyone would be finishing games.
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Leder Games 10h
Replying to @capt_neb
Is my house still there?
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Leder Games 21h
Replying to @robthesky_games
I think Cole has handled this the best. He somehow inspires loyalty in testing groups and they will play his game many more times that I thought possible. He likes to manage a few groups of testers so he can manage their reactions.
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Leder Games 22h
Replying to @CurtisMeliefste
Yeah I'm not touching that with a 10 foot pole. If you want to review and are seeking help, my DMs are open for advice.
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Leder Games 22h
Replying to @CurtisMeliefste
Very important I would say. I mean even if a reviewer gets 5 people to buy it, that was probably break even and a few reviewers are going to reach waaaaay more than 5 right?
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Leder Games 22h
Replying to @josephnschmidt
I'm sorry I can't be more helpful. It just sort of snuck up on me.
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Leder Games 22h
Replying to @josephnschmidt
Develop an insane perfectionism issue and cultivate it to be helpful. Nah. I think its about patience and communication. Be ready to play test a lot but playing is why we got into it right? Like all things practice.
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Leder Games 22h
Replying to @jonwesleywalton
I still find it interesting vast can occasionally turn into a long run at the end when the Cave isn't in play but the end game turns are fast.
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Leder Games 22h
Replying to @jonwesleywalton
This is a tough one but probably the former. Victory conditions are one of those things, if the flow leaves the game you know its too long, but you can also short the game too.
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Leder Games 22h
Replying to @The_Mr_H
When I get into this situation I work by listing all of the mechanical effects that I could possibly generate. Then I pair those down to a useful list and playtest with those. Then if I need to I can brainstorm again with that limited set as the starting point.
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