14 June 2013 | 36 Comments
Thanks to the $100,451 Kickstarter-exclusive stretch goal, every copy of Euphoria rewarded via the Kickstarter campaign will come with a two-sided board. The first side will use the beautiful full-color art that Jacqui Davis created for the game. The second side will have the graphic design elements in color overlayed on top of a grayscale board for a classic dystopian look.
I learned today that feasibly we could either use the fully rendered grayscale art OR the sketched art that preceded it. A handful of backers have indicated that they like the sketched version better, so I thought it would be fair to put it to a vote.
That said, I think the fully rendered version is better than the sketched version. I think the sketched version looks great on its own, but once you factor in the graphic design elements, it’s a bit jumbled and difficult to read. I’m willing to post the survey for this at the end of this blog entry, but I encourage you to consider playability before you cast your vote.