Bards! Bring It!

Become a Bard. Sing, dance, see the world!

  • Show off your singing skillz!
  • Show off your dancing skillz!
  • Laugh at your friends!

Perspective Games created a Bardic Role Playing game as part of Game Crafter's RPG Challenge Contest. Designed around a Bardic contest, the game consists of character cards, plot cards, trait cards and story cards. Each player would be dealt a random hand of cards and then put together a "tall" tale from the cards.

Terbish KhanzadaThere are 10 different bard characters ranging from a barbarian named, Terbish Khanzada to Esmeralda, from the Northern Dwarven Empire. You can see all the bards here. Plot cards provide an overarching topic for the story, such as, "a mining town was found recently abandoned."

Esmeralda Though they often have funny twists, as well, "the last known visitor was a traveling vacuum cleaner salesman."

Trait cards provide your bard's characteristics and the story, or scroll, cards have magical items, interesting places and people, and famous - or is that infamous - quotes. For example, your story cards could be a dragon, a wizard, a fighter, and a tavern...  "So, a dragon, a wizard, and a fighter walk into a tavern..."

You score points by using your story cards and get extra points for guffaws and groans!

The Grid

Enter THE GRID! seek out and isolate renegade defense programs, and take back control of the system!

Perspective Games latest game prototype was created for The Game Crafters' Classic Arcade Challenge. While we didn't make the contest, deadlines are most difficult things, we did discover a very neat game concept. Comprised of ideas from Qix and Tron spiced up with a dash of cyberpuck. Since then protoyping and game testing has progressed well. 

Yesterday we recieved our first production prototype from The Game Crafters.

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In Agrosium you play one of five major tribes of Ancient Greece during the rise to power of the City/States. You build up the Greek civilization through economic and military activities you dictate to each city. However, you are not directly controlling the goods of a market, policies of currency, or military strategies, but rather influencing cities by using: Raiding, Trading, Building, Cropping, and Nay Saying. Through these tools, you gain wealth, building materials, and military strength which you can then use to directly impact the course of your (and your opponents) legacy as leader of Ancient Greece.

Rain Delay

Rain Delay is a children’s game based on the age old adage of helping others. Well, at least when it will get you that scouting badge.

Players assist commuters on their way to work in the middle of a downpour – avoiding puddles and getting them to the train station under cover of umbrellas.