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panzerplay [2012/12/12 10:05]
JasonP [Introduction]
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 PanzerPlay is a board game about a tournament for panzer mock battles held by high-schools in the distant future. This is the first step of design, and as such I list below three possible foundation game ideas that could be built upon to make a complete game. I hope to be able to pick one of these three within a week or so, after I get some feedback on them. Regardless of the game specifics, they all share the following ideas in common, and most of these base ideas are likely to be cards in the game: PanzerPlay is a board game about a tournament for panzer mock battles held by high-schools in the distant future. This is the first step of design, and as such I list below three possible foundation game ideas that could be built upon to make a complete game. I hope to be able to pick one of these three within a week or so, after I get some feedback on them. Regardless of the game specifics, they all share the following ideas in common, and most of these base ideas are likely to be cards in the game:
  
-  - The main resources of the game are: Motivations,​ Panzers. and Students. The Students man the Panzers that make up each player'​s team, and their general Motivations affects their strengths and goals. +  - The main resources of the game are: **Motivations****Panzers**. and **Students**. The Students man the Panzers that make up each player'​s team, and their general Motivations affects their strengths and goals. 
-  - The secondary parts of play are: Maneuvers, Terrain, and Strategy. The tanks make Maneuvers to win, and these interact with Terrain and Strategy in play.  +  - The secondary parts of play are: **Maneuvers****Terrain**, and **Strategy**. The tanks make Maneuvers to win, and these interact with Terrain and Strategy in play. 
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-The core the gameplay will always be tank matches, where each team fields manned tanks from three to six and attempts to take out the flag tank of all other opponents in the match. This also implies that obviously the tanks themselves are a focus of play, but I figure that is obvious given Panzer is in the game name :)+
  
 +The core the gameplay will always be tank matches, where each team fields manned tanks from three to six and attempts to take out the flag tank of all other opponents in the match. ​
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