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Card Game - Baltimore Solitaire

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BALTIMORE SOLITAIRE, aka THIRTY-SIX, a solitaire card game variant that uses a standard deck of playing cards. In it, you are "double teamed" and must come up with a sum of cards from your tableau that exceeds that of your opponents. Has a few rules to get used to, but I post a number of photos to explain them. Once you start beating the game regularly, you can add in variations to increase the challenge.

Full instructions available at the "game" link above. Enjoy!

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Card Game - Make 10

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MAKE 10, a card game I made that uses a single deck of regular playing cards. The goal is to use cards from your suit to win bids on the face cards, shown in four separate piles. Supports 2 to 4 players.

Full instructions are posted at the "game link." Enjoy!

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1hgj - Incan Gold De-Make

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This is INCAN GOLD DE-MAKE, made for the One Hour Game Jam #164. The theme was Your Favourite Game, But In The Simplest Way Possible or something like that. My personal favourite tabletop card game is an old card game called Incan Gold AKA Diamant so I decided to make that. I'm surprised it came together as well as it did. This is a single player version, and I plan on adding in multiple players for hotseat play.

CONTROLS:
Use the mouse and left-click on EXPLORE or FLEE. When a card is revealed, click on the card to continue the game.
Follow instructions to continue through the entire five expeditions into the temple.

Try to collect as much gold as possible, and do your best to increase your high score! Playable in nearly any browser.

Game coding by me in Clickteam Fusion. Background music is "Desert" by DST/Deceased Superior Technician and found at the gamesounds.xyz website. Artwork by me. Sound effects made by me in bfxr.

Enjoy!

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The Public Tarot: Generative Fortunes

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A generative tarot reader by Marilyn Roxie. The Public Tarot was made with open-source, interactive fiction software Twine. Purple text indicates word associations with the 78 Rider-Waite tarot images given by 31 survey respondents who ranged in familiarity or lack thereof with the tarot. These responses were then remixed with text from A.E. Waite's The Pictorial Key to the Tarot (1911), which is now in the public domain.

Also available on itch.io: https://marilynroxie.itch.io/thepublictarot

The tarot card images are of the 1909 Rider-Waite deck illustrated by Pamela Coleman Smith, originally scanned by Holly Voley and sourced from the Internet Sacred Text Archive. These images are in the public domain and have been passed through a 16-bit color filter.

Special thanks to survey-takers, troubleshooters, and play-testers:

Hune Ceaulage, ChapelR, Barbara D’Aversa, Devon, the Digital Futures class at Manchester Metropolitan University, feodoric, GoblinSpaceWizard, Nolan Harris, Kelly Jones, Michelle Jones, Ciel King-Williams, Ryan Daniel Koenig, litrouke, The Mad Exile, Ruth Miller, Natari, Ocean, Fex Orumwense, Daisy Polaski, Elsie Profilio, qdot, Ruune, Ant Shea, Tala, Nicholas van der Waard, Wendy, Nam Vo, Bishop Xiong, and all anonymous survey respondents.

The background image is a photograph taken by Rodion Kutsaev and the cursor icons are by MadameBerry, both licensed in the public domain.

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Wicked Simple Workout: for everythingstaken

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Happy Klikmas, everythingstaken!!!

I made this application/card game for everythingstaken who wanted:

something that forces me to exercise

...Hopefully this will help! I use the card game version myself (which you can make with a typical deck of cards), and it's been fun, useful, and effective. Enjoy!

Made for the Sekret Santa Klub 2015.

Make the most of your New Year, folks! :D

EDIT: picked up the HTML5 exporter, and it seems to work pretty well, at least for this project. I think I will be switching to HTML5 in the future if all continues to go well. Link is below:

http://www.let-off.com/software/fitness/workout.html

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