“The Maze of Games” Available In Our Store
I would say that the best part of being “Tycho” is that I get to meet interesting people who are always doing amazing shit. Tabletop legend Mike Selinker is in that elite cadre of Amazing-Shit-Doers.
You often have to come up with new genres to describe the kind of design he gets up to - Betrayal at House on the Hill defies easy grouping, and his batshit Pathfinder “Adventure Card Game” also required custom language to contain it. Awhile back, he Kickstarted a very strange project: what he called an “interactive puzzle novel” called The Maze of Games. Asking for $16,000 and settling up for over $170,000 it was apparently something people wanted, and with a copy here on my desk I know why. We carry it for him in our store, if you would like to know why also.