As I announced a while back, when I started with them, I write a lot of breaking Hearthstone news for Blizzpro. It’s a great organization with great people, really passionate about Blizzard games. I’m proud to work with them. So, if you want to check out all the latest Hearthstone news, head to http://hearthstone.blizzpro.com/. If you specifically want to find my news and strategy posts, you can find those here: http://hearthstone.blizzpro.com/author/hsdecktech/.
“The Duel Assessment” a Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links Podcast
I love TCG/CCGs, and growing up I played just about every card game I could get my hands on. I was pretty heavy into Pokemon, Magic: the Gathering, and Yugioh, and dabbled in at least a half-dozen more. Anyway, Konami’s Yu-Gi-Oh! Duel Links is an amazing nostalgia blast that takes everything we used to love about the Yugioh TCG and beautifully adapts it to mobile gaming. I loved it so much that I got my buddy GreenRanger (of the amazing TastetheMana Hearthstone blog) to join up, and he loved it so much that he got me to do a weekly podcast on it with him.
Website (with podcast episode downloads): https://theduelassessment.wordpress.com/
Podcast patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/Duel_Assessment
Podcast youtube channel: link
“1881: Industrial Revelations”–an original game design and IP
1881: Industrial Revelations is a retro JRPG-style game concept, for mobile devices. It is a story-driven adventure about a steampunk world tested by a madman’s attempts to bring about the apocalypse as told in the Book of Revelations.
You can find my early concept art, my original full-length game script, and some of my gameplay plans on the game’s facebook page. The game’s development is currently on pause, but I hope to be able to complete the project one day. Check it out and let me know what you think
“Liberate, Subjugate, Devour”–an original multiplayer card game design
“Subjugate, liberate, devour is a two-or-three-player card game in which one player plays as the Union army, one player plays as the Confederacy, and the final player plays as a Zombie Horde. Each team has a special rules mechanic to differentiate gameplay. The Union and Confederacy have “generals” (Abraham Lincoln and Robert E. Lee, respectively) who have special skills. However, those armies lose if their generals are killed. The Zombie Horde has no leader and can only be defeated by complete annihilation. The twist is that when a unit is “defeated,” it may become subjugated/liberated/ devoured, and join the army that defeated it. The object of the game is to be the last army standing.