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Re: [Rabbits] Nanofictionary ripoff? (Possibly?)

  • FromThe Black Paladin <owaru@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • DateTue, 01 Jan 2008 12:20:59 -0500
Fred Poutre wrote:
There is also Once Upon a Time, and many other story telling games that involve cards. The concept is not unique.

Fred Poutre
Cloven Fruit Games
On Tue, 1 Jan 2008 02:13:55 EST ChaoticpiX93@xxxxxxx <mailto:ChaoticpiX93@xxxxxxx> writes:

    I work at Krogers where when I was stocking and arranging these
    cute little lunchbox games I saw one was a storybook game. Either
    it was intentional or not I'm like, hmm... shoulnd't I tell
    someone about this. Even if the use is unintentional.
The company is called Fundex, and it can easily be found under
    google. It's called The Storybook Game. And it's aimed at
    preschoolers but I just wonder.

I looked at the rules for the game, and there is only a passing resemblance to the Nanofic rules. It's more like storytelling Memory than anything else.

As Fred said, the idea of a storytelling card game is by no means unique.


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