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Brian Churchman
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The All-Seeing Eye
A Speedy Color and Symbol Matching Game

the all-seeing eye boardgamegeek link
website: www.churchmania.com/eye

I am looking for playtester families in the USA to test my card game for kids and adults.

2-4 PLAYERS | AGES 9+ | 10 Mins


The All-Seeing Eye is a speed-based card game featuring simultaneous play and symbol-recognition for two to four players. You can basically think of the game as the old playing card game Speed with color and symbol matching.

OBJECTIVE
Both players simultaneously play symbols cards and watch for matching sets. Slap a set of cards to score points and prove your visual dominance.

HOW TO PLAY
Setup:
1. Divide a deck for two players.
2. Players alternate placing three symbol cards in the center.
Once the last card is placed the game begins



Play:
1. Draw a card from your deck. Only one card to each hand.
2. Play a card on top of one of the cards in the center.
3. Slap matches of either color, partial symbol or whole symbol. You may only slap when you have no cards in your hand. Remove the matches as a book for scoring later.
4. Discard cards that do not help you make a match.
When all cards have been played in your deck, flip over your discard and continue. If any player has played all their cards, the game stops and moves to scoring.

Score:
1. Count the total points of your matches





1 point for each match of the color on top
3 points for a match of a shape.
5 points for the same complete symbol regardless of color
-2 points for a botched match

This set matches for color for one point (yellow on top) and symbol (contains a circle). So would be scored as three points

BASIC SETUP
1 All-Seeing Eye Button (for being a swell and sagely playtester)
1 Box
1 Deck of Cards
1 Instruction Book
1 Self-Addressed Shipping box with postage for return

Sound kinda cool? Maybe wanna test?

The elder magic imbued into the All-Seeing Eye decks is unfortunately not optimal when printed at home. That's sucks, but I'll send you a copy if you live in the USA if you send it back. In short, I will send you a box with two All-Seeing Eye decks, a button, and a mailing sticker with postage to put on the box to return. Alternately, I can send you a link to the unpublished gamecrafter printing.

All you've gotta do is reply below and I'll contact you to collect your details by Geekmail.

 
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Brian Churchman
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Buttons for playtesters
 
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Brendan Riley
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Have you considered building a pattern into the color so that this game can be played by colorblind people?
 
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MamaGames
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We are a family of 4 ages 10 and up and we'd be glad to playtest for you.
 
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David DeVoss
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I would love to give this game a try. My wife likes these kinds of games so I can definitely get this tested if you are still looking for testers. Also we would love the buttons!
 
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