The game has a large amount of parts, so to help out in time, space, and effort here are some instructions:
1. If at all possible use colored card stock to differentiate between the Democratic and Republican player. You don't have to, but it will a) make organizing the cards easier and b) mean you don't need to bother printing the card backs.
2. I have found the best way to make tokens is to use foam board; generally speaking, craft stores will sell them for a dollar a sheet or less. If it has a stick back, all the better; you can cut the tokens apart with scissors.
3. You don't need to print out the locked states if you don't want to. Most of the locked states will never be used, and if they are it's open information so as long as you have access to what the information on the states are you can just use proxies.
4. You will have to provide your own support tokens (beads, wooden cubes, etc).
5. Nothing needs to be in color, although setting the color up for the issue-related items (Issue tokens, Paramount Concern tokens, etc.) is probably ideal. But it's not necessary if you don't want to waste the ink.
If you do the above, your effort will boil down to:
*Three sheets of card stock of one color for Events
*Seven sheets of card stock of one color for the GOP Campaign Cards
*Seven sheets of card stock of one color for the Democratic Campaign Cards
*Two sheets of card stock for the States.
*Two sheets of cards stock for the player aids (or regular paper if you prefer)
*Two foam sheets for the campaign tokens
*About three sheets of card stock for miscellaneous parts
*Regular paper for the rules
- Last edited Wed Apr 13, 2016 2:02 am (Total Number of Edits: 2)
- Posted Tue Apr 12, 2016 1:29 am
Print and Play Gamer
This looks good, thanks for posting the files.