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From my end of the research I have checked that there are no similar games online. The idea occurred to me just a couple of days ago so I dont have much to grasp on. I know it will involve a detailed game play drafted out, rules, testing etc. but I dont want to just share my idea to the world as well. How do I start seeking (trusting) like minded people to make something happen. I am ready to put down some money if I get a good team going along with me!

My exposure to card/board games is that I play it frequently with my friends over weekends. Any resource would be appreciated, thank you!

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    Try here - good luck! – The Chaz 2.0 Aug 15 '17 at 18:39
  • If you have the capital and the know how to market, avoiding outside investment is prudent for a variety of reasons. In terms of developing the game, you could look to recruit a skilled designer, and offer them a cash stipend to make the development "work for hire", and incentivize them equity if the project moves forward. (i.e. if they crack the formula for the game, you definitely want them as a partner!) Use non-disclosure agreements, particularly for people not yet in the "circle of trust", to prevent the game design details from leaking. – DukeZhou Aug 15 '17 at 21:12
  • @TheChaz2.0This is a cool website. Thanks! – Ayush Aug 16 '17 at 0:50

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