In the first of a series of inspirational images from the development of our upcoming 3D card game, The Dead Eye, we dig back in the archives of the interweb. First up, this awesome image from the 3D version of Jaws. We love the splitting boat, and has given us great ideas for both the WIP and WRM cards in The Dead Eye. Flying debris – what could be more 3D?
Want to attend the coolest game show in the US?
Pleasant Co. Games is seeking volunteers for our booth at the show.
If you are interested in snagging an exhibitor ticket, in exchange for a few hours per day to come and demo our new game, The Dead Eye at our booth, drop us an email at email@example.com, with a basic overview of who you are – age, gender, game interests, anything we should favourably consider, etc. and we will get back to you soonest.
We are excited to announce the unveiling of our latest game creation at Gen Con 2019.
Baring a few small issues with passport control, the creators from Pleasant Company Games will be travelling many miles from the Dwnunda in Cape Town, to preview our new anaglyphic 3D solo adventure card game, The Dead Eye at Gen Con 2019 in Indianapolis, from 1-4 August 2019.
Come and find us in the ENTREPRENEURS’AVENUE, Booth:3062. We are right in the far right corner.
FREE 3D anaglyphic spex for the first 1000 visitors to our booth, to be used in the 3D Kickstarter, with KS date announced at the show.
Process and early designs offer interesting content to share without giving away too much of the final game.
Here is an early thumbnail sketch planning the packaging – ultimately a more dynamic action frame was chosen for the final box cover. This classic “rear of car + desert” shot ( ala Mad Max films) was re-purposed in the intro comic book included in the game.