Here we go! I'll get this up as a PDF with another puzzle. I've laid the ground work down. Now it's time to make interesting puzzles!
Turned 35 yesterday. Josie made me a savory mashed potato, mac-n-cheese, cornbread, fried chicken cake. It was pretty good.
One of Jasper's lovies is a Kimochis cat. His name is Mao.
When doing print-and-play game design, it’s easy to forget scale. What’s a good size for a box to write in? What about its stroke width? What’s a good size for communicating information? Made a small template to test some ideas.
Looks like a 0.5" square is a large enough space to write. My original had those at 0.86" a piece, taking up large portions of space.
This is from the Old Post Office Coffee Shop in Tahoe. It's always the last place we go to after our vacations in Tahoe.
See you next year, coffee mug!
Boys made some creations at the LEGO store in the mall. As you can see, Jasper based his title off of his brother's.
Had some time to work on my one-shot puzzle based on the turn-based combat you find in RPGs. One-shot is defined as a single puzzle you solve once, like a sudoku, and then throw away in the trash forever.