This is one of those really tricky things that even though we enjoy working on it, we are not sure if the job will ever see its final form as a board game. This means that there will be a lot of invested time that went into this property that will have been wasted. However if we do not do this properly, it will surely never see the light of day. So if you are a fan of a 1947 giant monster vs military theme, there is a good chance you will enjoy this game and should probably keep your fingers crossed.
Anthony and I watched a lot of scary movies throughout the Halloween month while I was working on some of the cards and I’m pretty sure some of that slipped into the drawings
I was working on at the time…notice the priest. If nothing else we’ll get a good laugh from it.
After awhile it gets a bit tough coming up with new and fun ideas for the cards, especially after you’ve done 50 or so. So I decided to change it up a bit. When I started working on the +1 Attack cards, rather than putting another typical soldier picture on the card I decided it would be fun to take a different approach. Anthony did a shirt design for Woot that I really dug. It had the dated look from the 40’s and 50’s of a woman selling a product. I was able to use that idea for this concept. So instead of just having another soldier card, I made the cards look more like ads for a weapon product. I like the way it turned out. And even more, I like that it makes it a little bit different than the others.
Hope you guys enjoy.