Farmer’s Favourite – Play testing and Prototyping

Briana Williams

In this week’s blog post; I find out just how bad I am at arts and craft, and I try explaining a board game I made to my parents.


I won’t lie, I procrastinated making my prototypes for a very long time. This was mostly because I thought it would take maybe an hour at the most. I was very wrong.

If you’ll remember from my last post, I was hoping to have King of Tokyo style score cards in my game. In order to make these score cards, I decided to cut two pieces of cardboard to be the back and front, and cut two circular pieces of cardboard that i would then slip in between and attach with brass fasteners. P1040183.JPG

I don’t know how, but this entire process ended up taking nearly three hours, just to make three score cards. I cut holes in the wrong places…

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