Collectible card games are growing in popularity and are considered at the very foundation of modern gaming communities. A growing trend in the market is the incorporation of technology to adapt the traditional analogue gaming experience. This has seen many digital fantasy card games such as Gwent, Hearthstone, Team Fight Tactics and Elder Scrolls Legends pop up, but the market is becoming overly saturated with medieval fantasy games. So, I propose a new game, based on Greek Mythology, which will be the next successful transmedia gaming experience, and combine popular mechanics to create an intense and competitive gaming experience that requires strategy and tactic to win.
Watch my pitch and check out my progress with the game below:
The Planning Process
Prototyping and Iterating
References for pitch video
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