MemberJuly 27, 2021 at 3:18 pmFounding Member Premium Member
In my latest game, I was just trying to get it to flow smoothly at first. The decisions ended up being intuitive, but boring and repetitive. It is tough to make the decisions more interesting. I am going to try limiting the players options, forcing them to work with a small subset of all the things that they wight want to do. I will also change the structure of the turn so that players will have to reveal some but not all of their strategy to the other players in the initial start of the round. Hopefully the limited decision space will create more asymmetry, and the initial part of the turns, giving your opponents a glimpse of your plans, will encourage bluffing and second guessing. I’m hoping this will make the decisions more interesting. Fingers crossed.