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John A. White
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Has any game used this gimmick? There has to be more then a few. I was thinking of using Lenticular illustrations in a game.

Novel is really hated in the BGG design forum, but it is LOVED when presented for monitoring.

Do you know of any good games that used it?
You can chime in with opinion as well.
 
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I reviewed Redakai here:

https://www.boardgamegeek.com/thread/698708/get-your-youngun...
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any games use 3D glasses?
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The old Decipher Jedi Knights card game had all the cards be computer generated art (which was pretty good for its time) and some of those cards had A and B versions that if you had them and put them side by side you could do the "Magic Eye" thing and make it appear 3D
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Darksbane wrote:
The old Decipher Jedi Knights card game had all the cards be computer generated art (which was pretty good for its time) and some of those cards had A and B versions that if you had them and put them side by side you could do the "Magic Eye" thing and make it appear 3D

I just bought a few test magic eye 3D.

The Redakai stuff is inspiring.
The guys opening packs for mass market kids on you tube and getting 10,000 - 100k hits. That dwarfs our most respected reviewers.
In play for Redakai is (WAS!):
Production cost: an all out gamble! Mass product distribution, over the top cards, TV cartoon, and toys.

They had the Boom but the lack of game depth had them scramble into advanced. I assume advanced was a secondary thought.

Anyway how cool would it be if one of us could mimic the game production polish? I assume you would hit the wall at some point.



 
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