I'll go Office Space on my printer any second now


Today I went to this newly started game market in Stockholm where people sell their own made games. I heard about it just in time, a few hours before they closed. It got me so inspired and I hope to be a part of it next year to show off my game!

Here's their site: spelmarknad.org It's in Swedish.

November 3, 2012

Playtest 4

I really need to update the physical cards with the new stats and rules, since I now had to keep much in my head while playing. It went well though, my playtesting friends said it was fairly balanced and not too easy. But I think it was still somewhat confusing, especially since the card texts where not updated.

October 1, 2012

Each time we encountered a monster I made a monster token.

Art by Thefre!

Edit: Thefre is no longer doing the art for the game. Thank you for all your inspiration! =)

The very talented Thefre will be doing art for Spooked Jellyfish. I am really excited to see all the characters and monsters come to life through his drawings.

You can check out his website here: http://www.thiefknight.com/

The Warrior by Thefre. September, 2012.

Dice and Tokens

I ordered dice, stickers and one empty card of each size from The Game Crafter, just to see what their material looks like and how I can work things out if I use that site. Made tokens with the stickers.

Also got some work done on the game today. Feels good.

September 18, 2012.

These are the dice the game will need.

Some ugly ass tokens.

The Game Crafter

The Game Crafter lets you create and publish your board game through their site. This is where I was hoping to release my game, but I'm not sure they have all the parts I need. The good things about it is that you can sell just one game since there's no need to order a bulk of games. From what I understand, you also keep the rights to your game.


Do you have experience of this site? Or do you know of any good alternatives?

August 27, 2012.

Jolly Jellyfish

I actually swam in pink jellyfish once. It was mildly unpleasant. Someone said they didn't sting, but they did, just a little bit.

Yet another mood. August 2012.

Website launch!

Today, this site goes live! What do you think of it?

I will post updates here as soon as something new happens with the game, and your feedback is more than welcome. Note that development is very sporadic.

August 9, 2012.

Playtest 3

Playtested with my mum, we played the game from start to finish and it was surprisingly well balanced. We won, but it wasn't a given win. We weren't sure of the outcome up until the last round, which I am very happy about! No anti-climax because you known for long that you will win.

I was writing down things to solve each round and had to invent rules on the go as usual. But the game flowed much more smoothly than during the last playtest. Mum was a great playtester and I will have good use of her input.

My character almost died fighting this hideous beast! August 2012.

A name and a website!

As soon as I came up with the name, I got the domain for it. This website!

Now I just have to add some jellyfish! Here's my first thoughts on jellyfish in the game:

Playtest 2

Me and two friends playtest in December 2011.

Improvised monster tokens from xmas decorations.

Playtest 1

First playtesting in December 2011.