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GAMES

gamen: joy, amusement
gamman: merriment
gaman: participation, communion
ga-mann: a sense of togetherness

You can find here all my finished games and upcoming projects.

THE MAZE CRAZE

I haven't even checked, but I'm sure this phrase has been used a thousand times before. That's because you can easily get lost once you get into it...

Dungeons? Not quite.

Quaint? Maybe.

But original, fun and modern.

Check out my maze game collection. More to be added as soon as they're ready.

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THE GARDEN OF THE MOON

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A journey unlike any other

Coming soon...

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BECAUSE A LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME YOU LIKE DEXTERITY GAMES...

Just starting, never finishing

This website is at its early beginnings and at this moment I can't even imagine when the time will come that I can refer to it as NOT a work in progress. 

After all, why would I finish something like this, when it's so fun to do it?

and will probably remain for a long time a work in progress. 

All the games listed here have at least a solid draft and have been played by family and friends. Making the finishing touches though, doing a nice,

convincing presentation, tweak a bit of this and a bit of that, so I can put it there, it all takes time. 

Time that is usually spent playing games, coming up with new stuff, or posting one more story. There's no exact timeline or real plan, because it's not necessary. All in all, I'm glad to have this hobby.

You can find below some the things I'm working on and which are so close of being released into the wild that you can almost feel their impatience.

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MERIDIANS

THE HARD GEOGRAPHY GAME

The maps, flags, capitals and names of the largest 100 countries in the World are scrambled in this set. You need to match at least one of them to other in order to advance the game, and ultimately, piece them all together.

Seasoned with a zine and a the Mosaics mini-game.

 
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The Curious but Somewhat True Story of How A Riddle and a Puzzle Went to a Bar and Played Cards Together

Try as I might, I couldn't explain it better than this.