There is a Print and Play game called "Coin Age".
"Print and Play", for those who don't know it, is a game category describing games where you get everything you need to play in a file (a PDF, usually) you need to print out.
Sometimes you are required to assemble some stuff as well or to contribute some generic gaming components such as dice, regular cards or simple pawns.
The basic game of Coin Age requires you to print a map the size of a credit Card. Your playing pieces will be a couple of coins.
Here is a linke to the game at the Boardgamegeek:
Anyway, using Arsheesh's techniques, I've created a map for this game, I'd like to share with you:
Some fluff text to go along with it:
Somewhere out there in the Shiling Sea lies the nation of Guldenland.
After centuries of peace, the twin cities Headopolis and Taila now have declared war on each other.
Do you dare throwing a coin, to see which side you are on?
Gameplay takes place according to the rules.
There are 7 spaces only, allowing for a more aggressive gameplay.
The following spaces form one region each:
The "Guldenland" (the two "flat" regions), The "Franc Forest", The "Mark Mountains" and the Dinar Desert.
Beware, though: In the Dinar Desert lives a robber and whenever you roll a 7, he takes half of your resources!November2013
The map is intended to have a diameter of 7cm to fit into the lid of a tin by Snusory, so the rest (rules and coins) can be stored inside the tin.
Hope you like it!
Last edited by schattentanz; 12-20-2013 at 06:53 AM.
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