So I have an idea for a tabletop game, but I want to know if something like it already exists.
Here's the pitch:
You and your fellow players are software developers who must collaborate to finish a project on time while dealing with the everyday distractions of business requirements.
Cards generate the project & distractions, you have tokens you can spend to make progress, and various other things buff or nerf your energy use, and you have a limited number of turns to win.
For art style, I imagine something similar to Dilbert or other super corporate illustrations. I don't know the specifics, but I feel like I remember 90's style office art where people had long, thin heads and large bodies and everything was sort of dreamlike? I wish I had more examples, but if you know of something that fits that description, I'd love to have that to reference!
@LogicalDash Judging by the video on Steam, this game would be a lot more abstract than that. Essentially it's just a collaborative resource management strategy game rather than actually building something. Software Inc looks kinda awesome though.
@LogicalDash Oh yeah, I have heard of that before too! It seems like this is something that's been explored in video game territory but maybe not tabletop yet. Which is great!
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