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dario odde
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So, Time Stories is basically a system.
You might say it's like a console that lets you play several videogames, and like any console I think there should be third parties developing their own games on this system.
We would have more choice, and possibly a little bit of competition.
What do you think? Would you care for others than Asmodee developing their licensed modules for time stories?
Or is it more likely, given its success, that every major publisher will come up with their own system?
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Yes.
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Maybe.
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No? (Just making sure we have all the bases covered.)
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odde wrote:
What do you think? Would you care for others than Asmodee developing their licensed modules for time stories?


I'd probably try some "missions" from others than Asmodee if they were released commercially.

I'm also hoping, given the popularity of "Asylum", for some high quality fan created print and play scenarios.
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odde wrote:
So, Time Stories is basically a system.
You might say it's like a console that lets you play several videogames, and like any console I think there should be third parties developing their own games on this system.
We would have more choice, and possibly a little bit of competition.
What do you think? Would you care for others than Asmodee developing their licensed modules for time stories?
Or is it more likely, given its success, that every major publisher will come up with their own system?


There is a design kit on their website.

Go create.
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byronczimmer wrote:
odde wrote:
So, Time Stories is basically a system.
You might say it's like a console that lets you play several videogames, and like any console I think there should be third parties developing their own games on this system.
We would have more choice, and possibly a little bit of competition.
What do you think? Would you care for others than Asmodee developing their licensed modules for time stories?
Or is it more likely, given its success, that every major publisher will come up with their own system?


There is a design kit on their website.

Go create.

I wasn't aware of that!
Thanks!
 
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There are actually several fan created print and play scenarios.
I wouldn't call mine "high quality" because it was originally just meant for my friends and then I posted it on here. But there are several great expansions in the works by other creators. There are also a couple more ready to be downloaded right now, even more than that if you speak Spanish.
Here are some links to check out:

My Batman Year One Expansion:
https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgameexpansion/201669/batman-y...

List of Expansions in Development:
https://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/206708/item/4663826#i...

List of Files for TIME Stories that includes some finished expansions:
https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/146508/time-stories/...

Switching Gears Expansion:
https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgameexpansion/200443/swit...
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