Paperback
Card (Games)

UPDATE: Multiplayer - Now play online anytime against your friends! Also you can create open games that anyone can join to challenge your skills. Even includes computer players that can take over if someone drops out of a game.

You are an author trying to finish kitschy paperback novels. Complete Westerns, Science Fiction, Romance or even a Crime Noir. Live the dream — and maybe pay the bills.

Word-building meets deck-building in the unique game Paperback. Players start with a deck of letter cards and wild cards. This is like their own bag of ‘scrabble’ tiles. With each hand of cards you make a word and score it. This score is how much money you have to purchase more cards for your deck. Collect cool letters with abilities, such as drawing more cards or double word score. Buy Novel cards to gain ‘fame’ points to win the game!

Here's what people have said about the hit boardgame that is in it's fifth print run:

"I've had this game for a month or two now and I honestly believe it to be one of the best games of the year." - HeirToPendragon

"It seems impossible that this game didn't exist before 2014. So simple and so much fun to play!"
- Crystal Pisano

Features:
• Hotseat play with up to 4 players
• 3 levels of AI opponents
• Tons of cool card powers
• Classic pulp novel artwork
• Win with wordsmithing or power combos - up to you!

Keep your eye out for updates - online multiplayer coming soon.

What's New
Version 1.0.10 (Aug 31, 2017)

Fixed a crash while entering the multiplayer lobby on August 31
Fixed a rare crash on startup

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Version 1.0.9 (Aug 23, 2017)

Multiplayer player order is now randomized when the game is created.
Quitting a local game no longer ends the game.
Fixed a crash when starting a game where the first player has timed out.

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Version 1.0.7 (Aug 07, 2017)

Multiplayer - Now play online anytime against your friends! Also you can create open games that anyone can join to challenge your skills. Even includes computer players that can take over if someone drops out of a game.

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Version 1.0.6 (Oct 12, 2016)




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